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Durability design of heated concrete structuresMethodology and application to long-term interim storage

Abstract : The operation of civil engineering structures subjected to thermal and mechanical loading has led the CEA to examine temperature-dependent variations in the concrete properties and the processes affecting the durability of these structures. A new approach has been undertaken to specify the thermal, hydric and mechanical history of these structures. This technical approach is based on three areas of research: material characterization, modelling to identify weaknesses in the structure and validation by experimental tests on heavily instrumented structures subjected to representative loads. The procedure adopted for long-term interim storage facilities can also be applied to other domains.
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H. Lagrave, G. Ranc, C. Galle, S. Durand. Durability design of heated concrete structuresMethodology and application to long-term interim storage. Journal de Physique 4, EDP Sciences, 2006, 136, pp.223-231. ⟨10.1051/jp4:2006136023⟩. ⟨cea-02355796⟩

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