The energy integrity resistance to the destruction of the long-term strength concrete

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This paper presents a new approach to recognize a long-term strength of concrete. We introduce into the calculation a new concept of energy integrity of the specific energy of W-maximum resistance to the destruction. In the formation and aging process the concrete is considered to be a non-conservative system. Strength development implies the increasing of the demanded specific work for fracture. The results of the calculations show that for critical reinforced concrete constructions operate at a significant level of long-term loading. The coefficient of the working conditions should be given as differentiating, taking into account the predicted concrete creep.

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Krishan, A., Rimshin, V., Erofeev, V., Kurbatov, V., & Markov, S. (2015). The energy integrity resistance to the destruction of the long-term strength concrete. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 117, pp. 211–217). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.143

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