Watertight Concrete Structures - Scholarship for student Mohammadreza Hassani - RES14/917
Funding or Partner Organisation: BG&E Pty Ltd
Start year: 2014
Summary: The aim of the research is to study critical factors affecting watertightness of concrete structures by using materials based data that has been separately acquired in previous parts of this (and related) projects and using these in structural engineering contexts to ascertain likely performance of structures with regards to water penetration, crack management and joint performance.
Mohammadreza Hassani, E, Vessalas, K, Sirivivatnanon, V & Baweja, D 2017, 'Influence of permeability-reducing admixtures on water penetration in concrete', ACI Materials Journal, vol. 114, no. 6, pp. 911-922.
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Hassani, M, Baweja, D, Vessalas, K & Schmidt, Z 2015, 'Benefits of Permeability Reducing Admixtures to Watertight Concrete', 27th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM Week, Concrete Institute of Australia, Procs 27th Biennial National Conference of the Concrete Institute of Australia in conjunction with the 69th RILEM Week.
Keywords: watertight concrete structures, water penetration, crack management, joint performance
FOR Codes: Cement and Concrete Materials, Construction Materials