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FINAL PROGRAM / PROGRAMME FINAL

4th International Conference on


DURABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY OF FIBRE
REINFORCED POLYMER (FRP) COMPOSITES FOR
CONSTRUCTION & REHABILITATION
July 20-22, 2011
Loews Le Concorde Hotel, Qubec City (Qubec) Canada
4e confrence internationale sur la
DURABILIT ET CYCLE DE VIE DES MATRIAUX
COMPOSITES EN POLYMRES RENFORCS DE FIBRES
(PRF) EN CONSTRUCTION ET RHABILITATION
20-22 juillet 2011
Htel Loews Le Concorde, Qubec (Qubec) Canada
www.civil.usherbrooke.ca/cdcc2011

SPONSORS / COMMANDITAIRES
ISIS Canada Network
Association

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR


Applications of fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composites in civil
structures have increased significantly in recent years. Since most
of these structures are designed with service lives of more than
50 years, the long term durability of FRP materials in these
applications is a critical issue.
The present conference is the fourth of its kind focusing on the
durability, sustainability and field applications of fiber reinforced
polymers (FRP) for construction and rehabilitation of structures
(bridges, buildings, marine structures, etc.). The first conference
was held in Sherbrooke, Qubec, Canada on August 1998,
followed by one in Montral, Qubec, Canada on May 2002. The
third one was held in Qubec City, Qubec, Canada on May 2007.
The objective of this series of internationals conferences is to
provide a forum to academics, researchers, engineers, structure
owners, FRP manufacturers, and delegates from public and
industrial institutions to present and exchange views on present
and future research on long-term durability and sustainability of
FRP composite materials in bridges and other infrastructure
systems exposed to harsh environmental conditions.
A total of 75 peer-reviewed papers are included in the
proceedings. They have been authored by various experts in the
field from 19 different countries around the world, including
Algeria, Australia, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Hong
Kong, Iran, Italy, Japan, KSA, Netherland, Portugal, Singapore,
South Korea, Switzerland, United Kingdom and USA. On behalf of
the organizing committee, I am very thankful to the authors for
their valuable contributions to the conference. I am also very
grateful to the paper reviewers for their time and diligence.
Finally, I would like to thank all participants without them this
conference would not be successful.
Sincerely,
Dr. Brahim Benmokrane, P. Eng., FACI, FCSCE, FIIFC
Chair, CDCC 11

MESSAGE DU PRSIDENT DE LA CONFRENCE


Lutilisation des matriaux composites en polymres renforcs de
fibres (PRF) comme matriaux de construction dans le domaine du
gnie civil a augment de faon significative au cours des dernires
annes. Compte tenu que les structures de gnie civil sont conues
pour des dures de service de plus de 50 ans, la durabilit long
terme des matriaux composites de PRF constitue un facteur
majeur pour ce type dapplications.
La prsente confrence est la quatrime du genre qui traite de
thmes se rapportant principalement la durabilit, au cycle de vie
et les applications sur le terrain des matriaux composites en PRF
pour la construction et la rhabilitation de structures. Les ditions
prcdentes ont eu lieu Sherbrooke, Qubec, Canada en 1998,
Montral, Qubec, Canada en 2002 et Qubec, Qubec, Canada
en 2007. Lobjectif de cette srie de confrences internationales est
de procurer un forum aux universitaires, chercheurs, ingnieurs,
propritaires douvrages, manufacturiers de produits de PRF et
membres dinstitutions publiques ou industrielles pour prsenter et
changer leurs points de vue sur les recherches prsentes et
futures sur la durabilit long terme et le cycle de vie des
matriaux composites de PRF pour les ponts routiers et dautres
structures exposes des conditions environnementales svres.
Soixante-quinze (75) articles valus sont inclus dans le compterendu de la confrence. Ces articles ont t rdigs par plusieurs
spcialistes dans le domaine provenant de 19 pays dont lAlgrie,
lAustralie, le Canada, la Chine, lgypte, la France, lAllemagne, la
Hong Kong, lIran, lItalie, le Japon, lArabie Saoudite, la Hollande,
le Portugal, Singapore, la Core du Sud, la Suisse, lAngleterre, et
les tats-Unis dAmrique. Au nom du comit dorganisation, je
remercie vivement les auteurs pour leurs contributions trs
importantes cette confrence. Je remercie aussi toutes les
personnes qui ont valu les articles pour leur temps et assiduit.
Finalement, jaimerais remercier tous les participants cette
confrence
Sincrement,
Brahim Benmokrane, ing., Ph.D., FACI, FSCGC, FIIFC
Prsident CDCC 11

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE / COMIT DORGANISATION


Honorary Chair of the Conference /
Prsident honorifique de la confrence
Daniel Bouchard, Ministre des Transports du Qubec
Conference Chair / Prsident de la confrence
Brahim Benmokrane, Universit de Sherbrooke
Editorial Chair / Directeur scientifique
Ehab El-Salakawy, University of Manitoba

Co-chairs / Co-prsidents
Charles E. Bakis, Pennsylvania State University
Nemkumar Banthia, University of British Columbia
John Myers, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Program Coordinators / Coordonnateurs du programme
Ahmed Farghaly, Universit de Sherbrooke
Information System Assistant / Coordonnateur des
systmes d'information
Ehab Ahmed, Universit de Sherbrooke
Administrative Assistant / Assistante administrative
Nathalie Valle, Universit de Sherbrooke

MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE/


MEMBRES DU COMIT ORGANISATEUR NATIONAL
Nemkumar Banthia, University of British Columbia
Brahim Benmokrane, University of Sherbrooke
Omar Chaallal, cole de technologie suprieure
Grard Desgagn, Ministry of Transportation of Quebec
Mario Desroches, Sika Canada
Bernard Drouin, Pultrall Inc.
Raafat El-Hacha, University of Calgary
Ehab El-Salakawy, University of Manitoba
Darrell Evans, P.E.I. Department of Transportation
Garth Fallis, Vector Construction Group
Mark Green, Queens University
Pierre Labossire, University of Sherbrooke
David Lai, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario
Aftab Mufti, University of Manitoba
Kenneth Neale, University of Sherbrooke
John Newhook, Dalhousie University
Ghani Razaqpur, McMaster University
Murat Saatcioglu, University of Ottawa
Shamim Sheikh, University of Toronto
Khaled Soudki, University of Waterloo
Allan Wiseman, Public Works Canada (PWGSC)

INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE/


COMIT SCIENTIFIQUE INTERNATIONAL
R. Al-Mahaidi, Australia

I. Mahfouz, Egypt

L. Bank, USA

U. Meier, Switzerland

N. Banthia, Canada

A. Mosallam, USA

J. Barros, Portugal

G. Monti, Italy

B. Benmokrane, Canada

A. Mufti, Canada

L. Bisby, UK

A. Nanni, USA

O. Chaallal, Canada

K. Neale, Canada

J.F. Chen, UK

D.J. Oehlers, Australia

O. Cosenza, Italy

R. Razaqpur, Canada

C. Dolan, USA

S. Rizkalla, USA

M.A. Erki, Canada

R. Sen, USA

A. Fam,Canada

C. Shield, USA

H. Fukuyama, Japan

J. Sim, Korea

H. GangaRao, USA

S.T. Smith, China

P. Hamelin, France

L. Taerwe, Belgium

T. Hamilton, USA

B. Taljsten, Demark

K. A. Harries, USA

K.H. Tan, Singapore

V.M. Karbhari, USA

J.G. Teng, China

T. Keller, Switzerland

R. Tepfers, Sweden

K. Kobayashi, Japan

T. Triantafillou, Greece

J.J. Lesko, USA

Z.S. Wu, Japan

GENERAL INFORMATION / INFORMATION GNRALE


REGISTRATION / INSCRIPTION
The registration and information Desks will be open from 16:00 to
22:00 on Tuesday, July 19; and from 7:30 to 16:00 on Wednesday,
July 20 and Thursday, July 21, in Ballroom Foyer 3rd floor.
NON-TECHNICAL PROGRAM / PROGRAMME NON-TECHNIQUE
Welcoming Reception / Rception de bienvenue
18:00 to 20:00 Tuesday, July 19, in Ballroom Foyer 3rd floor
Luncheons / Djeuner
Around 12:00 to 13:30 in Borduas
Refreshment Breaks / Pause Caf
Each day during the conference around 10:00 in the morning and
3:00 in the afternoon in Ballroom Foyer 3rd floor.
Conference Banquet / Banquet
Thursday, July 21, Borduas; Cocktail (cash bar) in Ballroom Foyer
3rd floor from 18:00; Conference Banquet starts at 19:00.
Registration Fees / Inscription
The registration fees for authors and delegates include cocktail
reception, banquet, all luncheons, all refreshment breaks, and the
conference

proceedings.

One-day

registration

includes

lunch,

refreshment breaks, and the conference proceedings. Student


registration includes cocktail reception, all luncheons, refreshment
breaks, and the conference proceedings.
Badges / badges
Conference badges should be worn during all conference activities.
Tickets will be required to meals and social events.

Extra tickets

for banquet may be purchased at the conference registration desk.

DO NOT MISS THE BANQUET


Besides the tasty dinner, there will be an entertaining show presented
by

x F W||x, artists from Qubec.


NE PAS MANQUER LE BANQUET

En plus d'un savoureux repas, il y'aura un spectacle prsent par

x F W||x, des artistes du Qubec.


TECHNICAL EXHIBIT / EXPOSITION TECHNIQUE
To familiarize the conference attendees with their products and
services, several organizations will open exhibition stalls at the
conference venue of FRP construction products and fibre optic sensors.
Open on Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 to 17:30, in Ballroom
Foyer 3rd floor, and on Friday from 8:00 to 12:00, in Ballroom Foyer
3rd floor. Refreshment breaks will be held in the same area.

TECHNICAL EXHIBITORS / EXPOSANTS


ACMA
BP Composites Ltd
Carbonfibreplus
FiReP Rebar Canada Inc.
ISIS Canada Network Association
MagmaTech Ltd
Pultrall Inc.
Roctest Ltd
Schoeck Canada Inc.
Sika Canada Inc.

Conference Program at a Glance / Bref aperu du programme


de confrence
Tuesday July 19 / Mardi 19 juillet
Registration and Welcoming Reception / Inscription et rception de bienvenue
Time / Horaire
16:00 20:00
18:00 20:00

Location / Lieu

Activity / Activit
rd

Registration / Inscription

rd

Welcoming Reception / Rception de bienvenue

Ballroom Foyer 3 floor.


Ballroom Foyer 3 floor.

Wednesday July 20 / Mercredi 20 juillet


Time
8:00
8:45
10:10
10:30
12:10
13:30
15:10
15:30

Activity / Activit
Opening / Ouverture
Session 1
Refreshment break /
Pause caf
Session 2
Lunch / Djeuner
Session 3
Refreshment break /
Pause caf
Session 4

Location
Suzor-Cot
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer
Suzor-Cot
Borduas
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer
Suzor-Cot

Thursday July 21/ Jeudi 21 juillet


Time
8:00
9:55
10:15
11:55
13:30
15:10
15:30
19:00

Activity / Activit
Session 5
Refreshment break /
Pause caf
Session 6
Lunch / Djeuner
Session 7
Refreshment break /
Pause Caf
Session 8
Banquet / Banquet

Location
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer
Suzor-Cot
Borduas
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer
Suzor-Cot
Borduas

Friday July 22 / Vendredi 22 juillet


Time
8:00
10:10
10:30
13:15
13:20

Activity / Activit
Session 9
Refreshment break /
Pause caf
Session 10
Conference Closing
Session/Session de clture
Lunch / Djeuner

Location
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer
Suzor-Cot
Suzor-Cot
Ballroom
Foyer

Wednesday / Mercredi - July 20, 2011

Opening Session / Session d'ouverture

8:00 - 8:45

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Daniel Bouchard and Brahim Benmokrane


8:00
8:05
8:15
8:20
8:30

Welcoming Remarks/ Mot de bienvenue -- Honorary Chair / le prsident honorifique


D. Bouchard, Director of Structures Department, Ministry of Transportation of Quebec/ Ministre des Transports du Qubec
Opening Remarks/ Mot douverture -- Ministry of Transportation of Quebec/ Ministre des Transports du Qubec
A.-M. Leclerc, Associate Deputy Minister / Sous-ministre adjointe de la Direction gnrale des infrastructures et des technologies
Opening Remarks/ Mot douverture -- Universit de Sherbrooke
P. Labossire, Vice-Dean, Faculty of Engineering / Vice-Doyen, Facult de gnie, Universit de Sherbrooke
Introduction to CDCC-11 / Introduction la CDCC-11
B. Benmokrane, Chair / Prsident CDCC-11
Recent Advances in FRP Reinforcement in Infrastructure
J. Busel, Director / Directeur ACMA

Wednesday / Mercredi - July 20, 2011

Session 1

8:45 - 10:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Max Porter and Kenneth Neale


8:45
Alternative Environmental Knockdown Factors (Ce) Derived From Extensive Experimental Data
9:00
9:15

9:30
9:45
10:00

K.A. Harries and B.M. Shahrooz


A Field Study on Durability of Bond Strength between CFRP Wraps and Concrete
S.A. Sheikh, A.D. Caspary and M. Stafford
Bond Behavior of Externally Bonded Fiber Reinforced Polymer Laminates Subjected to In-Situ Service Loading and
Environmental Conditioning
J.J. Myers and N. Muncy
Durability of GFRP Rods in Field Demonstration Projects across Canada
A.A. Mufti, J. Newhook, B. Benmokrane, G. Tadros and H.M. Vogel
Effect of Temperature Change on the Behavior of FRP-to-Concrete Bonded Joints
W.Y. Gao, J.G. Teng and J.G. Dai
Discussion

Wednesday / Mercredi - July 20, 2011

Session 2

10:30 - 12:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Doug Gremel and Mark Green


10:30
10:45
11:00

11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00

Long-term Bond Behavior of GFRP Rebars in Severe Environments


B. Juette, A. Weber and C. Witt
Effect of Various Severe Environmental Exposures on CFRP and SFRP Confined Circular Concrete Columns
M.A. Mashrik and R. El-Hacha
Temperature Effect on Curing Time Effects on the Creep Response of Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites Bonded to
Concrete
Y. Jeong, A. Jaipuriar, M.M. Lopez and C.E. Bakis
Bond Behaviour of GFRP Bars to Concrete Subjected to Fatigue Loading and Freeze-Thaw Cycles
J.R. Alves, A.A. El-Ragaby and E.M.F. EL-Salakawy
Durability Characteristics of New GFRP Dowels for Concrete Pavement
M. Montaigu, M. Robert and B. Benmokrane
Evaluation of the Durability of CFRP Sheets after Climatic Exposure
I. Nishizaki, P. Labossiere, K.W. Neale, M. Demers and T. Tomiyama
Discussion

Wednesday / Mercredi - July 20, 2011

Session 3

13:30 - 15:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: John Myers and Shamim Sheikh


13:30
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
14:45
15:00

Durability of Externally Bonded FRP Composites: Comparison of Accelerated Test Methods with Real Time Exposure
H.R. Hamilton, C.W. Dolan and J.E. Tanner
Tensile Capacity of Stressed CFRP Strand Exposed to Extreme Aggressive Groundwater Environments
M. Sentry, R. Al-Mahaidi, A. Bouazza and L. Carrigan
The Effect of Long-Term Loading on the FRP-Concrete Bonding Strength
C. Mazzotti and M. Savoia
Design Optimization of Composite Structures Considering Bonded Joins Durability
P. Hamelin, A. Si Larbi and E. Ferrier
Durability of Glass FRP Bars Subjected to Extreme Environmental and Loading Conditions
M. Robert, A. Fam and B. Benmokrane
Fire Testing of FRP Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Columns
N. Bnichou, D. Cree, E.U. Chowdhury, M.F. Green and L.A. Bisby
Discussion

Wednesday / Mercredi - July 20, 2011

Session 4

15:30 - 17:25

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Jin-Guang Teng and Raafat El-Hacha


15:30
15:45
16:00
16:15
16:30
16:45

17:00
17:15

An Investigation into the Sustainability of FRP Reinforcing Bars


M.C.K. Pearson, T. Donchev and M. Limbachiya
Methods for Evaluating Long-Term Performance of FRP-Structural Systems Applied to Concrete Bridges
K. Crawford
Creep Behaviour of GFRP Cables, Short and Long Term Test
E. Ferrier, A. Si-Larbi and P. Hamelin
Durability of GFRP bars under Low Temperature Environment and High Temperature Alkali Exposure
S. A. Sheikh, D.T.C. Johnson and A.D. Caspary
Durability of FRP-Concrete Interface under Fatigue Loading
C. Carloni, K.V. Subramaniam, M. Savoia and C. Mazzotti
Phenomenological and Experimental Study of Pultruded UD FRP Composites Static and Deferred Rupture under
Combined Flexural, Compressive and Torsional Loadings
N. Kotelnikova-Weiler and J.-F. Caron
Fatigue Performance CFRP Post-Tensioned Tendons
A. El Refai, J. West and K. Soudki
Discussion

Thursday / Jeudi - July 21, 2011

Session 5

8:00 - 9:55

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Trey Hamilton and Riadh Al-Mahaidi


8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45

MTOs Policies and Practices for the Use of FRP Reinforcement


D. Lai
Transverse Shear of GFRP Rods: Test Method Development and Potential for Durability Assessment
T.R. Gentry
Fatigue Life Behavior of Adhesively Bonded Pultruded FRP Joints under Tensile and Compressive Loading
R. Sarfaraz, A.P. Vassilopoulos and T. Keller
Fatigue Performance of Composite Sandwich Panels with and without Internal Ribs
H. Mathieson and A. Fam
HEMP Fiber Composites for Structural Retrofit
D. Asprone, M. Durante and A. Prota
Efficiency of Different FRP-Based Flexural Strengthening Techniques in Beams Submitted to Fatigue Loading
J. Sena-Cruz, J. Barros, M. Coelho and L. Silva
A Reactive Multiphase Multicomponent Approach for Predicting the Performance of FRP Composites in Concrete
M. Boulfiza
Discussion

Thursday / Jeudi - July 21, 2011

Session 6

10:15 - 12:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Patrice Hamelin and Amir Fam


10:15

10:30

10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00

Validation of Digital Image Correlation Technique on CFRP and SFRP wrapped Cylinders Subjected to Freeze-Thaw
Environmental Exposure
K. Abdelrahman and R. El-Hacha
Experimental Study of the Influence of Matrix System on Pultruded GFRP Composites' Creep Behaviour Under Flexural
Loading
S. Barboura, N. Kotelnikova-Weiler, J.-F. Caron and O. Baverel
CFRP Confinement of Non-Seismic Columns under Explosive Loading
A. Lloyd, M. Saatcioglu and T.K. Tikka
Performance of Concrete Bridge Barriers Reinforced with Conditioned GFRP Bars in Alkaline Solution
E.A. Ahmed and B. Benmokrane
Thermal Endurance and Fatigue Performance of Prestressed Concrete Prism Reinforcement in Civil Infrastructure
H.M. Vogel and D. Svecova
FRP Externally Bonded Systems for a Sustainable Strengthening of Masonry Structures
F. Ceroni, B. Ferracuti, M. Pecce and M. Savoia
Bridge Deck-Guardrail Anchorage Detailing for Sustainable Construction
K. Sennah, N. Nikravan, J. Louie, A. Hassan, N. Al-Bayati, M. El-Sayed and M. Sayed-Ahmed
Discussion

Thursday / Jeudi - July 21, 2011

Session 7

13:30 - 15:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Russel Gentry and Murat Saatcioglu


13:30
13:45
14:00
14:15

14:30
14:45
15:00

More than 10 Years Successful Field Applications of FRP Bars in Canada


B. Drouin, G. Latour and H.M. Mohamed
Mechanical Recovery of Epoxy Adhesives Subsequent to Exceeding Glass Transition Temperature
O. Moussa, A. Vassilopoulous, J. De Castro and T. Keller
Use of Silane Adhesion Promoter to Enhance FRP-to-Steel Bond Performance
J. Sizemore, J. Aidoo, K. A. Harries and J. Monnell
Structural Health Monitoring of Corroded Steel Reinforcement in FRP Repaired Beams Using Multiplexed Fibre Bragg
Grating Sensors
R. Al-Hammoud, K. Soudki and T. Topper
Short Term and Long Term Properties of Newly Developped Bent GFRP Reinforcing Bars
A. Weber and C. Witt
Sustainability Problems Associated with the Heat and Fire Protection of Fiber-Reinforced Polymers (FRP)
H. Ibrahim and I. Mahfouz
Discussion

Thursday / Jeudi - July 21, 2011

Session 8

15:30 - 17:40

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Charles Bakis and John Newhook


15:30
15:45
16:00
16:15

16:30
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30

Effects of Aging on Glass Transition and Creep Behavior of Epoxy used in FRP Strengthening
A. Jaipuriar, J. Flood, Y. Jeong, C.E. Bakis and M.M. Lopez
More than Twenty Years of Field Applications of Composites with Durability Testing and Field Observations
E.R. Fyfe, R. Watson and M. McCullagh
Vehicle Crash Testing of a GFRP-Reinforced PL-3 Concrete Bridge Barrier
K. Sennah, B. Juette, A. Weber and C. Witt
Experimental Setup and Thermal Insulation Assessment of Sandwich Concrete Walls with GFRP Connectors for
Sustainable Construction
G. Woltman, M. Hanna, D. G. Tomlinson and A. Fam
FRP Composites for Strengthening Bridges in Victoria
Y.C. Koay
Ageing Effects on the Debonding Behavior of FRP Reinforcements: Experiments and Damage Modeling
K. Benzarti, F. Freddi, M. Quiertant and S. Chataigner
Numerical Simulation of Thermal Deformations in FRP-Reinforced Concrete Members in Hot Region
A. Zaidi, R. Masmoudi and M. Bouhicha
Effects of the Interphase on the Properties of Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) Composites
A.S.M. Kamal, M. Boulfiza and S. Panigrahi
Discussion

Friday / Vendredi July 22, 2011

Session 9

8:00 - 10:10

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Kent Harries and Itaru Nishizaki


8:00
8:15
8:30
8:45
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00

Sustainable Structures Using Hybrid-Composite Beams


J. Hillman
Considerations for Design of FRP Retrofitted Reinforced Concrete Wall Panels Subjected to Blast Loading
E. Jacques and M. Saatcioglu
Mechanical Properties and Durability of Sustainable FRP Composites
P.V. Vijay, H.V.S. GangaRao and M.P.K. Reddy
Durability Study of Basalt Fiber Reinforced Epoxy Wet Layups Used in Rehabilitation
G. Xian, C. Wang, B. Xiao and H. Li
Comparative Durability Analysis of CFRP Strengthened RC Highway Bridges
O. Ali, D. Bigaud and E. Ferrier
Axial Behaviour of Concrete Filled FRP Tube Columns after 300-Freeze-Thaw Cycles
H. El-Zefzafy, H.M. Mohamed and R. Masmoudi
CFRP-Strengthened Beams under Repeated Impact Loading
A. Parvin and T.A. Mohammed
Bond Stress-Slip Model for FRP Rebars in Concrete
S. Quayyum and A. Rteil
Discussion

Friday / Vendredi July 22, 2011

Session 10

10:30 13:20

Suzor-Cot

Session Chairs / Prsidents de session: Tim Bradberry and Khaled Soudki


10:30
10:45

11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15

A Case Study on the Use of Advanced Fiber Wrap Composites for RC Repair of Port Terminal Wharf Caissons
J.C. Percival and T.T. Jimenez
Probabilistic Development of a Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) Dataset for Pultruded Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP)
Composites
S.M. Ali, M.D. Lepech and J.P. Basbagill
Study on Moisture Fickian Diffusion Process of a Pultruded FRP Composite Material
X. Jiang, H. Kolstein and F.S.K. Bijlaard
Durability of FRP-Strengthened RC Members under Various Loadings
A. Parvin and A. Kulikowski
Fatigue Performance of Hybrid SFRP-GFRP-UHPC Beams
D. Chen and R. El-Hacha
SDOF Analysis of Protective Hardening Design for Reinforced Concrete Columns using a Fiber Reinforced Polymer Wrap
J. Quek and M.C. Ow
Effect of Mechanical Load on the Thermal Behavior of Concrete Slab Reinforced with FRP Bars
H. Bellakehal, R. Masmoudi, A. Zaidi and M. Bouhicha
Proposed Shear Model for Reinforced Concrete Beams Wrapped with FRP: A Genetic Algorithm Approach
C. Marshall, A. Rteil and M.S. Alam
Long-Term Durability of FRP Reinforcements Damaged by High Temperature
D.Y. Moon, H. Oh and J. Sim
Flexural Behavior of Simple and Fixed-end Beams Strengthened with FRP bars in NSM Method
M.K. Sharbatdar, M. Mohamadian and S.M. Jaberi
Discussion
Conference Closing Session/Session de clture

Author and Session No / Auteur et n de session


A
Abdelrahman, K. ............................................... 6
Ahmed, E.A. ...................................................... 6
Aidoo, J. ............................................................ 7
Alam, M.S. ...................................................... 10
Al-Bayati, N. ..................................................... 6
Al-Hammoud, R. ............................................... 7
Ali, O. ................................................................ 9
Ali, S.M. .......................................................... 10
Al-Mahaidi, R. ................................................... 3
Alves, J.R. ......................................................... 2
Asprone, D. ........................................................ 5
B
Bakis, C.E. ....................................................... 2,8
Barboura, S. ....................................................... 6
Barros, J. ............................................................ 5
Basbagill, J.P. .................................................. 10
Baverel,O. .......................................................... 6
Bellakehal, H. .................................................. 10
Bnichou, N. ....................................................... 3
Benmokrane, B. ......................................... 1,2,3,6
Benzarti, K. ........................................................ 8
Bigaud, D. .......................................................... 9
Bijlaard, F.S.K. ................................................ 10
Bisby, L.A. ......................................................... 3
Bouazza, A. ....................................................... 3
Bouhicha, M. ................................................ 8,10
Boulfiza, M. ..................................................... 5,8
C
Carloni, C. ......................................................... 4
Caron, J.-F. ...................................................... 4,6
Carrigan, L. ........................................................ 3
Caspary, A.D ................................................... 1,4
Ceroni, F. ........................................................... 6
Chataigner, S. .................................................... 8
Chen, D. ........................................................... 10
Chowdhury, E.U. ................................................ 3
Coelho, M. ......................................................... 5
Crawford, K. ....................................................... 4
Cree, D. ............................................................. 3
D
Dai, J.G. ............................................................. 1
De Castro, J. ...................................................... 7
Demers, M. ......................................................... 2
Dolan, C.W. ....................................................... 3
Donchev, T. ....................................................... 4
Drouin, B. .......................................................... 7
Durante, M. ........................................................ 5

E
El-Hacha, R. ............................................... 2,6,10
El-Ragaby, A.A. ................................................. 2
El Refai, A. ........................................................ 4
El-Salakawy, E.M.F............................................ 2
El-Sayed, M. ...................................................... 6
El-Zefzafy, H. .................................................... 9
F
Fam, A. ......................................................... 3,5,8
Ferracuti, B. ....................................................... 6
Ferrier, E. ...................................................... 3,4,9
Flood, J. ............................................................. 8
Freddi, F. ........................................................... 8
Fyfe, E.R. ........................................................... 8
G
GangaRao, H.V.S. .............................................. 9
Gao, W.Y. .......................................................... 1
Gentry, T.R. ........................................................ 5
Green, M.F.......................................................... 3
H
Hamelin, P. ...................................................... 3,4
Hamilton, H.R. .................................................. 3
Hanna, M. .......................................................... 8
Harries, K.A..................................................... 1,7
Hassan, A. .......................................................... 6
Hillman, J. ......................................................... 9
I
Ibrahim, H........................................................... 7
J
Jaberi, S.M. ...................................................... 10
Jacques, E. ......................................................... 9
Jaipuriar,A. ..................................................... 2,8
Jeong, Y. ......................................................... 2,8
Jiang, X. ........................................................... 10
Jimenez, T.T. ................................................... 10
Johnson, D.T.C. ................................................. 4
Juette, B. ......................................................... 2,8
K
Kamal, A.S.M. ................................................... 8
Keller, T........................................................... 5,7
Koay, Y.C. ......................................................... 8
Kolstein, H. ...................................................... 10
Kotelnikova-Weiler, N. .................................. 4,6
Kulikowski, A. ................................................. 10
L
Labossire, P....................................................... 2
Lai, D. ................................................................ 5

Lepech, M.D. .................................................... 10


Li, H. ................................................................. 9
Limbachiya, M. ................................................. 4
Lloyd, A. ............................................................ 6
Lopez, M.M. ................................................... 2,8
Louie, J. ............................................................. 6
M
Mahfouz, I. ........................................................ 7
Marshall, C, ..................................................... 10
Mashrik, M.A. ................................................... 2
Masmoudi, R. ............................................. 8,9,10
Mathieson, H. .................................................... 5
Mazzotti, C. .................................................... 3,4
McCullagh, M. .................................................. 8
Mohamadian, M. ............................................. 10
Mohamed, H.M. ............................................. 7,9
Mohammed, T.A. .............................................. 9
Monnell, J. ......................................................... 7
Montaigu, M. ..................................................... 2
Moon, D.Y. ....................................................... 10
Moussa, O. ......................................................... 7
Mufti, A.A. ......................................................... 1
Myers, J.J............................................................ 1
N
Neale, K.W. ........................................................ 2
Newhook, J. ....................................................... 1
Nikravan, N. ...................................................... 6
Nishizaki, I. ........................................................ 2
Nuncy, N. .......................................................... 1
O
Oh, H. ............................................................... 10
Ow, M.C. ......................................................... 10
P
Panigrahi, S. ...................................................... 8
Parvin, A. ...................................................... 9,10
Pearson, M.C.K. ................................................. 4
Pecce, M. ........................................................... 6
Percival, J.C. .................................................... 10
Prota, A. ............................................................. 5
Q
Quayyum, S. ...................................................... 9
Quek, J. ............................................................ 10
Quiertant, M. ..................................................... 8
R
Reddy, M.P.K. ................................................... 9
Robert, M......................................................... 2,3
Rteil, A. ......................................................... 9,10

Latour, G. ........................................................... 7
S
Saatcioglu, M. ................................................. 6,9
Sarfaraz, R. ........................................................ 5
Savoia, M. .................................................... 3,4,6
Sayed-Ahmed, M. .............................................. 6
Sena-Cruz, J. ...................................................... 5
Sennah, K. ...................................................... 6,8
Sentry, M. .......................................................... 3
Shahrooz, B.M .................................................... 1
Sharbatdar, M.K. .............................................. 10
Sheikh, S.A. ..................................................... 1,4
Si Larbi, A. ...................................................... 3,4
Silva, L. ............................................................. 5
Sim, J. ............................................................... 10
Sizemore, J. ....................................................... 7
Soudki, K. ........................................................ 4,7
Stafford, M. ....................................................... 1
Subramaniam, K.V. ........................................... 4
Svecova, D. ......................................................... 6
T
Tadros, G. ........................................................... 1
Tanner, J.E. ........................................................ 3
Teng, J.G. .......................................................... 1
Tikka, T.K. ........................................................ 6
Tomiyama, T. .................................................... 2
Tomlinson, D.G. ................................................ 8
Topper, T. ........................................................... 7
V
Vassilopoulos, A.P. ........................................ 5,7
Vijay, P.V. .......................................................... 9
Vogel, H.M. .................................................... 1,6
W
Wang, C. ............................................................ 9
Watson, R. ......................................................... 8
Weber, A....................................................... 2,7,8
West, J. .............................................................. 4
Witt, C. ......................................................... 2,7,8
Woltman, G. ...................................................... 8
X
Xian, G. .............................................................. 9
Xiao, B. .............................................................. 9
Z
Zaidi, A. ......................................................... 8,10