Advances in Fracture and Damage Mechanics VII

Volumes 385-387

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: Ji Wang, Ming Zhong Zhang, Xiao Chun Fan

Abstract: In order to study the damage evolution law for layered fiber reinforced concrete subjected to flexural fatigue, the flexural fatigue tests...

Authors: Sun Young Yun, Sang Heon Shin, Han Seung Lee

Abstract: When the RC structure degraded in sea environment, chloride ion is one of the most important factors of degradation. Therefore, the purpose...

Authors: Joh Yeong Yoo, Han Seung Lee, Young Jin Kim

Abstract: Concrete is a type of porous materials and is physically and chemically damaged due to exposure to various environments from the placing to...

Authors: Jin Sung Kim, Hoon Huh, Won Mog Choi, Tae Soo Kwon

Abstract: This paper demonstrates the jig set for the crash test and the crash test results of the tension bolts with respect to an applied...

Authors: Jeong Guk Kim

Abstract: Ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) have evolved as potential candidate materials for high-temperature structural applications due to...

Authors: Woo Gon Kim, Song Nan Yin, Ik Hee Jung, Yong Wan Kim

Abstract: This study aimed to model the long-term creep curves above 105 hours by implementing a nonlinear least square fitting (NLSF) of the...

Authors: Jung Jun Park, Gum Sung Ryu, Su Tae Kang, Sung Wook Kim

Abstract: Silica fume constitutes an element of extreme importance in improving the strength and fluidity of UHPC. The adopted amount of silica fume...

Authors: Song Nan Yin, Woo Gon Kim, Ik Hee Jung, Yong Wan Kim, Seon Jin Kim

Abstract: An isochronous stress-strain curve (ISSC) needs to be generated for a creep design application for high-temperature materials. To generate...

Authors: Ki Hoon Moon, Hwang Bo Jin, Sang Whan Han

Abstract: Post-tensioned (PT) flat plate frames are commonly used to support gravity load in connections in high seismic regions. But test results of...


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