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Title: Experimental Study on Restrained Drying
Shrinkage Cracking of Concrete Using
Author(s): M. Ozawa, S. Uchida, T. Kamada, and H. Morimoto
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 17-32
Keywords: acoustic emission; drying shrinkage cracking; internal relative humidity;
Abstract:Drying shrinkage cracking can occur in concrete due to volumetric changes caused by temperature and moisture gradients. The purpose of this study is to acquire fundamental data on the relationship between internal relative humidity and drying shrinkage cracking. The detection of drying shrinkage cracking was performed using the Acoustic Emission method. It was found that the AE measurement technique was successful at detecting drying shrinkage cracking.
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