RESULTS FOR CRACKING IN CONCRETE

Definition: a complete or incomplete separation of either concrete or masonry into two or more parts produced by breaking or fracturing.- ACI Concrete Terminology


Cracks are categorized as occurring either in plastic concrete or hardened concrete. The causes of each type of cracking depend on many different factors, and may affect appearance only, or they may indicate significant structural distress or a lack of durability. Cracks may represent the total extent of the damage, or they may point to problems of greater magnitude. Causes of cracking include: plastic shrinkage cracking; settlement cracking; drying shrinkage; thermal stresses; chemical reaction; weathering; corrosion of reinforcement; poor construction practices; construction overloads; errors in design and detailing; and externally applied loads.


JOURNAL Articles ON CRACKING IN CONCRETE

Numerical Modeling of Squat RC Shear Walls with High Strength Materials

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 6/4/2024

An Effective Moment of Inertia of RC and Reinforced SFRC One-Way Slabs

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 6/3/2024

Cyclic Behavior of Expanded Slate Lightweight Self-Consolidating Concrete Beam-Column Joints Containing Polyvinyl Alcohol Fibers

Publication: Materials Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Early-Age Cracking Resistance of Reinforced High- Strength Concrete

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Punching Shear Strength of Isolated Concrete Column Footings with Low Shear Span-Depth Ratios

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Experimental Study of Concrete Columns Reinforced with Lap-Spliced Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars under Seismic Load

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Hysteresis Behavior of Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer- Reinforced Precast Concrete Tunnel Segments under Cyclic Load

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Post-Cracking Stiffness Model of Solid and Hollow Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer-Reinforced Concrete Members under Torsion

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Shear Behavior of Precast Concrete Box Culverts Reinforced with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Bars under Concentrated Load

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

Experimental Behavior of Concrete Corbels Reinforced with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Headed-End Bars

Publication: Structural Journal
Date: 5/1/2024

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Practice oriented papers and articles ON CRACKING IN CONCRETE

Investigating the Potential of Limestone and Calcined Clay as a Substitute for Fly Ash in Strain-Hardening Cementitious Composites (SHCC)

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 6/6/2024

Control of Physical Deterioration of Foamed Geopolymers Exposed to High Temperature

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 6/5/2024

Preventing Pyrrhotite Damage in Concrete

Publication: Concrete International
Date: 5/1/2024

Use of CFRP Rebars as Retrofitting System for Masonry Panels

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Deflection Behavior of Beams Prestressed with Bonded FRP Tendons

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Assessment of Crack Spacing and Crack Width Formulations in RC Elements Externally Strengthened with FRP Materials

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Numerical Design Optimization of a New Hybrid-Utility Pole

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Behavior of Partially Bonded GFRP-Reinforced Concrete Beams

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Monitoring of RC Beams Using Smart FRP Bonded Material

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

Structural and Deformational Behavior of Flexural Concrete Beams Reinforced with GFRP and BFRP Rebars

Publication: Special Publication
Date: 3/1/2024

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