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Elements of Poro-Micromechanics Applied to Concrete

Abstract : Linear elastic behavior of fluid saturated cement-based materials is first considered within a micromechanical framework. The damaging effect of saturated cracks is then examined for parallel cracks and for an isotropic distribution of the crack orientations. The principle of a theory of crack growth in saturated condition is also presented. The unsaturated conditions are briefly discussed. At last, these results are applied to the chemomechanical couplings induced by alkali-silica reaction in concrete.
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Luc Dormieux, Éric Lemarchand, Djimedo Kondo, E. Fairbairn. Elements of Poro-Micromechanics Applied to Concrete. Materials and structures, Springer Verlag, 2004, 37 (1), pp.31-42. ⟨10.1007/BF02481625⟩. ⟨hal-00137262⟩



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