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The European Physical Journal Special Topics

, Volume 225, Issue 2, pp 355–361 | Cite as

Shock characterization of an ultra-high strength concrete

  • B. Erzar
  • C. Pontiroli
  • E. Buzaud
Regular Article
Part of the following topical collections:
  1. Dynamic Behaviour of Materials at High Strain Rates: Experiment, Modelling and Simulation

Abstract

Nowadays, the design of protective structures may imply ultra-high performance concretes. These materials present a compressive strength 5 times higher than standard concretes. However, few reliable data on the shock response of such materials are available in the literature. Thus, a characterization of an ultra-high strength concrete has been conducted by means of hydrostatic and triaxial tests in the quasi-static regime, and plate impact experiments for shock response. Data have been gathered up to 6 GPa and a simple modelling approach has been applied to get a reliable representation of the shock compression of this concrete.

Keywords

European Physical Journal Special Topic Triaxial Test Compaction Curve Reactive Powder Concrete Hugoniot Curve 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.CEA, DAM, GRAMATGramatFrance

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