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Committee Mission: Develop and report information on the application of fracture mechanics to concrete structures.
Goals: 1) Finalize report on "Report on Fracture Toughness Testing of Concrete" and promote its adoption; 2) Finalize report on "Applications of Fracture Mechanics to Concrete Structures”; and 3) Develop report on calibration and validation of concrete models.
Chair: Jia-Liang Le
TAC Contact: Barzin Mobasher
Published Committee Documents:
• ACI PRC-446.1-91: Fracture Mechanics of Concrete: Concepts, Models and Determination of Material Properties (Reapproved 1999)
• ACI PRC-446.3-97: Finite Element Analysis of Fracture in Concrete Structures
• ACI PRC-446.4-04: Report on Dynamic Fracture of Concrete
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