Volume 8 2013

Multi-Scale Modeling and Characterization of Infrastructure Materials

Proceedings of the International RILEM Symposium Stockholm, June 2013

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ISBN: 978-94-007-6877-2 (Print) 978-94-007-6878-9 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-10

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    Fracture Toughness Testing Aspects for Assessing Low Temperature Behaviour of Bituminous Binders

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    Pages 13-30

    Evaluating the Representative Volume Element of Asphalt Concrete Mixture Beams for Testing in the Bending Beam Rheometer

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    Pages 31-44

    Consideration of Grain Size Distribution and Interfacial Transition Zone in the Prediction of Elastic Properties of Cementitious Composites

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    Pages 45-61

    Multi-scale Characterization of Asphalt Mastic Rheology

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    Integrating Physicochemical and Geochemical Aspects for Development of a Multi-scale Modelling Framework to Performance Assessment of Cementitious Materials

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    Pages 79-87

    Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Bituminous Materials through 2D/3D Finite Element Numerical Simulations

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    Pages 89-98

    Challenges While Performing AFM on Bitumen

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    Pages 99-108

    A Preliminary Numerical Study on ITZ in Cementitious Composites

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    Pages 109-125

    Improvement of the Test Method for Determining Moisture Damage Resistance

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    Pages 127-138

    Mode II Cracking Failure in Asphalt Concrete by Using a Non-conserved Phase Field Model

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    Pages 139-158

    Asphalt Internal Structure Characterization with X-Ray Computed Tomography and Digital Image Processing

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    Pages 159-172

    Evaluation of Anti-clogging Property of Porous Asphalt Concrete Using Microscopic Voids Analysis

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    Pages 173-184

    Representative Volumes for Numerical Modeling of Mass Transport in Hydrating Cement Paste

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    Pages 185-197

    Exploring the Observed Rheological Behaviour of In-Situ Aged and Fresh Bitumen Employing the Colloidal Model Proposed for Bitumen

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    Pages 199-218

    Effect of Film Thickness of Asphalt Mixture in Compression Test

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    Pages 219-236

    Insulating Pavements to Extend Service Life

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    Pages 237-248

    Prediction of Linear Viscoelastic Behaviour of Asphalt Mixes from Binder Properties and Reversal

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    Pages 249-259

    A 3D/2D Comparison between Heterogeneous Mesoscale Models of Concrete

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    Pages 261-272

    Meso-Scale Analysis Considering Effect of Fiber Inclination in Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites

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    Pages 273-284

    Development of an Adherence Energy Test via Force-Displacement Atomic Force Microscopy (FD-AFM)

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