Concept of Ultra High Durability Concrete for improved durability in chemical environments: Preliminary results
Estefanía Cuenca , María Criado, Mercedes Giménez , Enrico Gastaldo Brac, Stamatina Sideri, Alexey Tretjakov, Maria Cruz Alonso, Liberato Ferrara
in: M. A. Araújo, N. De Belie, K. Van Tittelboom (Eds.): Durable concrete for infrastructure under severe conditions – Smart admixtures, self-responsiveness and nano-additives, proceedings, 10-11 Sept. 2019, Ghent, p. 147-151, ISBN: 978-9-463-88638-3 Date: September. 2019 Link
Effect of crack pattern on the self-healing capability in traditional, HPC and UHPFRC concretes measured by water and chloridepermeability
A. Negrini, M. Roig-Flores, E. J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, L. Ferrara, P. Serna
in: Concrete Solutions 2019 - 7th International Conference on Concrete Repair, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/201928901006 Date: August. 2019 Link
Textile-reinforced concrete to realise ultra high durability concrete (UHDC) in the framework of the EU H2020 project "ReSHEALience"
C. Schröfl; A. Peled; O. Regev; R. P. Borg; M. Reichardt; R. Sripada; V. Mechtcherine; P. Deegan; L. Ferrara
in: M. A. Araújo, N. De Belie, K. Van Tittelboom (Eds.): Durable concrete for infrastructure under severe conditions – Smart admixtures, self-responsiveness and nano-additives, proceedings, 10-11 Sept. 2019, Ghent, p. 24-27, ISBN: 978-9-463-88638-3 Date: September. 2019 Link
Modelling of autogenous healing for regular concrete via a discrete model
A. Cibelli, G. Di Luzio, L. Ferrara, G. Cusatis, & M. Pathirage
Upgrading the concept of UHPFRC for high durability in the cracked state: the concept of Ultra High Durability Concrete (UHDC) in the approach of the H2020 project ReSHEALience
Pedro Serna, Francesco Lo Monte, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Estefania Cuenca, Viktor Mechtcherine, Michaela Reichardt, Alva Peled, Oren Regev, Ruben P. Borg, Alexej Tretjakov, Dennis Lizunov, Konstantin Sobolev, Stamatina Sideri, Kim Nelson, Enrico Maria Gastaldo Brac, Liberato Ferrara.
Predicting the long term performance of structures made with advanced cement based materials in extremely aggresive environments: current state of practice and research needs. The approach of the H2020 Project ReSHEALience
Giovanni di Luzio, Liberato Ferrara, Maria Cruz Alonso y Alonso, Philip Kunz, Viktor Mechtcherine and Christof Schroefl
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