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RMS - Load capacity models for ASR-affected field structures

Funding: 2017: $30,000
2018: $30,000
2019: $30,000
2020: $7,500

Project Member(s): Li, J., Sirivivatnanon, V., Nejadi, S., Gowripalan, N.

Funding or Partner Organisation: Roads and Maritime Services (formerly known as RTA) (Roads and Maritime Services)
Australian Research Council (ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs)
Roads and Maritime Services (formerly known as RTA) (Roads and Maritime Services)
Australian Research Council (ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hubs)

Start year: 2017

Publications:

Gowripalan, N, Cao, J, Sirivivatnanon, V & South, W 2021, 'Comparison of the effect of ASR deterioration on the load carrying capacity of concrete structural elements in accelerated laboratory tests and in the field', 16th International Conference on Alkali Aggregate Reaction 2021, Lisbon, Portugal.

Nguyen, TN, Yu, Y, Li, J, Gowripalan, N & Sirivivatnanon, V 2019, 'Mechanical properties of ASR affected concrete: a critical review', Concrete 2019, Sydney.

Sarikaya, A, Erkmen, RE, Gowripalan, N, Sirivivatnanon, V & South, W 2019, 'A Plastic-Damage Model for Concrete under Cyclic Loads', Concrete 2019, Sydney, Australia.

Yu, Y, Nguyen, TN, Li, J & Sirivivatnanon, V 2019, 'Soft computing techniques for evaluation of elastic modulus of ASR affected concrete', Concrete 2019, Sydney.

Yu, Y, Nguyen, TN, Li, J & Sirivivatnanon, V 2019, 'Soft computing techniques for evaluation of elastic modulus of ASR affected concrete', Concrete 2019: Concrete in Practice – Progress Through Knowledge, Sydney.

Erkmen, RE, Gowripalan, N & Sirivivatnanon, V 2017, 'Elasto-plastic damage modelling of beams and columns with mechanical degradation', COMPUTERS AND CONCRETE, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 315-323.
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FOR Codes: Construction Materials, Environmentally Sustainable Manufacturing