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The bearing strength of plain concrete
Continuous model mild steel beams under cyclic deflection
Morphometry of fibre reinforced cementitious materials. Part I: Efficiency and spacing in idealized structures
Lime sensitivity - a characteristic of the hydration of phosphoric-acid-by-product gypsum
Bending of fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP) plates on elastic supports. Part I: Material characteristics
Short-term steam-curing and concrete later-age strength
Direct method for designing the optimum mix of concrete
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATION: Testing methods for plywood in structural grades for use in load-bearing structures
RILEM/2-HC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: Report on behaviour of concrete in hot climate. Part I
Bending of glass fibre reinforced plastic (GFRP) plates on elastic supports. Part II: Plate behaviour
Effect of surface finish on the durability of GRP sheets
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Nine recommendations on the performance of mortars and renderings
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendation for terminology, notations and symbols in loading tests of structures in
RILEM/ASTM/CIB symposium on evaluation of the performance of external vertical surfaces of buildings
The log-normal distribution: a better fitness for the results of mechanical testing of materials
Investigation on the cracking behaviour of lightweight concrete
Creep and shrinkage functions according to CEB-FIP
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND EQUIPMENT: The flexural or rotational stiffness of testing machines
RECOMMENDATIONS: Functional classification of lightweight concretes
RECOMMENDATIONS: Estimation of the critical degree of saturation of autoclaved aerated concretes subjected to freezing
RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing methods for joints with mechanical fasteners in load-bearing timber structures. Annex A 1.
Punched metal plate fasteners
Practical prediction of time-dependent deformations of concrete. Part I:Shrinkage. Part II: Creep
Equation for stress-strain curve of concrete confined in circular steel spiral
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND EQUIPMENT: The measurement of vertical displacements through water levelling method
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recycled concrete as an aggregate for concrete-a review
Medium term observation of shiprepair and shipbuilding docks.
Study of an operating characteristic function of the sampling inspection plan of concrete lots.
Investigation on chemical prestressing in pressure reinforced concrete pipes
Practical prediction of time-dependent deformations of concrete. Part III: Drying creep. Part IV: Temperature effect on basic
Strength and deformation characteristics of an acrylic polymer-cement composite
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Testings methods of timber in structural sizes
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendation for terminology, notations and symbols in loading tests of structures in situ.
Part II
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Final report of 20-TBS Committee on tesing building structures in situ
Morphometry of fibre reinforced cementitious materials. Part 2. Inhomogeneity, segregation and anisometry of partially
oriented fibre structures.
A note on limitations of a certain creep function used in practice.
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Autoclaved aerated concrete test methods.
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Calcium sulphates and derived materials. Nomenclature.
FINAL RECOMMENDATION: Reinforcements for reinforced and prestressed concrete. 2. Recommendations for prestressing
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Preparation of a RILEM recommendation "Reference concrete for research and testing".
Progress report on the work of the Permanent Committee on Concrete and enquiry among RILEM members.
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Reports of Technical Committees presented at the 32nd Meeting of RILEM Permanent
RILEM BULLETIN: 32nd Meeting of the Permanent Committee.
The specific surface area of hydrated cement obtained from permeability data.
Practical prediction of timedependent deformations of concrete. Part V-Temperature effect on drying creep. Part VI-Cyclic
creep, nonlinearity and statistical variability.
Poker chip tests on bituminous concrete.
Uniaxial tensile strength of early age fibre concretes.
Mean steel strain in reinforced concrete flexural members.
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Measurements of the hardness of gypsum plasters in the laboratory and on site.
RILEM SYMPOSIA: Use of waste materials in the construction industry-analysis of the RILEM symposium by
RILEM SYMPOSIA: Report on the international symposium on testing in situ of concrete structures.
RILEM SYMPOSIA: Long term observation of structures.
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing methods for joints with mechanical fasteners in load-bearing timber structures.
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Concrete test methods.
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Behaviour of metals in contact with gypsum plasters.
Stress-strain characteristics of concrete confined in steel spirals under repeated loading.
The work of fracture of random fibre reinforced cement.
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Study on the introduction into ltaly of the combined non-destructive method for the
determination of in situ concrete strength.
Fracture processes of concrete under generalised stress state.
Collinear stress effect on the crack branching phenomenon.
Triaxial moisture-controlled creep tests of hardened cement paste at high temperature.
Movement of brick panel cladding
A comparative study of prototype and model nailed timber joints
Simplified procedure for pavement fatigue analyses.
Models for creep of concrete, with special emphasis on probabilistic aspects
Early shrinkage of cement pastes,mortars,and concretes
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations issued by 13-MR committee on mortars and renderings
Drafting RILEM recommendations
Finite element analysis and tests with a new loadtransmitting medium to measure compressive strength of brittle materials
Relationships between the static and dynamic moduli of elasticity in cement stabilised materials
Optimal regime in slip form concreting
SYMPOSIA: Quality control of concrete structures. A symposium - Programme and implementation
RILEM BULLETIN: 33rd meeting of RILEM permanent committee
Performance evaluation of sandwich panels subjected to bending,compression and thermal bowing
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommended tests to measure the deterioration of stone and to assess the
effectiveness of treatment methods.
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Report on behaviour of concrete in hot climate,part
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Properties of concrete at early ages.
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Long term random dynamic loading of concrete structures.
Thermal stress fracture of solar control window panes caused by shading of incident radiation.
A mathematical model of the deformational behaviour of concrete under generalised stress based on fundamental material
Confinement effect in flexural ductility of concrete
New method to reduce pavement cracking.
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The evaluation of external vertical surfaces of buildings. Final report of 27-EVS committee
Calculation of the water requirement of mortar and concrete.
Interaction of concrete of different quality and age in centrically loaded pieces.
Cyclic moment -curvature characteristics of mild steel.
Thin gypsum panels
Mechanical properties of set concrete at early ages-test methods.
The performance of lateritic stones as concrete aggregates and road chippings.
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: General recommendations for methods of testing load-bearing walls.
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations for testing horizontal joints between load-bearing walls and floors .
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations for testing vertical joints between large reinforced concrete panels.
1981 VOL.14-No.79-84
Preliminary data derived using a flexural cyclic loading machine to test plain and fibrous concrete
The influence of high temperatures on calibration of non destructive testing of concrete
FINAL RECOMMENDATION: Testing methods for plywood in structural grades for use in load-bearing structures
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Quick routine observation of structures in situ
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Water levelling method in observation of structures
Effct of repeated dosages of superplasticizers on workability, strength and durability of concrete
Experiments on concrete under uniaxial impact tensile loading
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Testing methods for timber
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Resistance of concrete to chemical attacks
Static and energetic fracture parameters for rocks and concretes
Experiments on concrete under repeated uniaxial impact tensile loading
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Ageing of plastics in buildings
Designing with geotextiles
Geotextiles in coastal engineering
A plain strain hydraulic tensile test for geotextiles
Permeameter for investigating the hydraulic characteristics of geotextiles
Model experiments for limit design of slabs
An analytical investigation of the behaviour of concrete under large concentrations of load
Simulation of crack propagation and failure of concrete
RILEM and durability
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. Preface.
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 1.The importance of the problem
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 2. Hydration and methods of indicating the stage of
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 3. Properties of set concrete at early ages
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 4. Effect of early overlodading on the properties in later
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 5. Effect of insufficient curing
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 6. Early cracking without external load
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 7. Research needed in the field
Properties of set concrete at early ages - State-of-the-art report. : 8. Summaries
Influence of loading rate on bond behaviour of reinforcing steel and prestressing strands
An experimental study on subsequent yield surfaces for metals
Thermal stress fracture of wire glass
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: Final report on the activity of RILEM Committee 23-GP (Gypsum plasters)
Effect of cold extrusion and heat treatment on the mechanical properties of polypropylene
The cracking and fracture of mortar
Changes in the shape of the stress diagram for reinforced concrete beams
RILEM TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATION: Methods of sampling hydrocarbon binders
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: Report on the work of technical committee 44-PHT << Properties of materials at high
temperatures >>
RILEM BULLETIN: XXXVth meeting of the General Council
RILEM BULLETIN: Second International Conference on the durability of building materials and components
The characteristic water of aggregate. Testing and applications
Production schedule of concretes for maximum profit
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: Final report of 26-GM Committee on aggregates
Flexural behaviour of concrete slabs reinforced with steel sheet
Input of creep and shrinkage characteristics for a structural analysis program
A criterion of crack propagation in timber
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Principal criteria for acceptance of precast concrete elements for buildings
TENTATIVE RECOMMENDATIONS: Surface appearance of precast concrete elements for buildings
TECHNICAL REPORT: Load tests on precast concrete elements
RILEM BULLETIN: Recent developement in ferrocement.
Properties of glass fibre-reinforced polymer-modified cement
Accepatance rules for concrete strength
FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations of 13-MR Technical Committee on the performance of mortars and
A fundamental explanation of the behavior of reinforced concrete beams in flexure based on the properties of concrete under
multiaxial stress.
DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: BM-3. Determination of density of hydrocarbon binders. Capillary-stoppered pyknometer.
Effect of testing techniques on the postultimate behaviour of concrete in compression.
Pore solution composition and chloride binding capacity of silica fume cement pastes.
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATION: Concrete test methods. Measurement of deformation under compressive load
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Concrete test methods. Bleeding of concrete
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Autoclaved aerated concrete test methods. Determination of the adhesion of mortars
and other surface coatings
RILEM BULLETIN: Symposium on concrete at early ages. Conclusions.
Plastic flow collapse vs. separation collapse (fracture) in elastic-plastic strain-hardening structures
DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Draft recommendation of RILEM Committee 30-TE on testing equipment
RILEM BULLETIN: XXXVlth Meeting of the General Council
Crack band theory for fracture of concrete.
Experimental investigation of rectangular concrete slabs with horizontal restraints.
Apparatus for accelerated weathering of building materials and components.
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Determination of needle penetration of hydrocarbon binders.
Re-evaluation of standard mortar bar and concrete prism tests for alkali-aggregate reactivity
Predictive distribution of strength under control
Study of the risks related to conformity criteria preconized by CEB for important lots of concrete
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Resistance to heat-flow of built-up sections by means of the heat-flow-meter
test method
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Bonding of polymer materials to concrete
Rheological testing methods for gypsum plaster pastes
Optimization of rock/polymer composites to resist projectile penetration
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations for the use of resonant frequency method in testing concrete specimens
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendations for testing concrete by hardness methods.
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Modulus of elasticity in compression of autoclaved aerated concrete
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Modulus of rupture of autoclaved aerated concrete.
Procedure for the certification of a concrete cube compression testing machine by inter-comparison using cube testing on a
reference machine at an approved laboratory
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: General recommendation for statical loading tests of load-bearing concrete structures
in situ
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing bridges in situ
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Load testing in situ of dwellings, public and industrial building structures
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: General recommendation for the vibrating-wire measuring method and its equipment
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Recommendation for terminology, descriptions and symbols in loading tests of
structures in situ
Literature survey on in situ testing of concrete bridges
1984 VOL.17-No.97-102
Report by RILEM Technical Committee 36-RDL on long term random dynamic loading of concrete structures
Bond fatigue of epoxy coated reinforcing bars
Long-time fatigue of high yield reinforcing bars
Fatigue's design evaluation of offshore concrete structures
Fatigue testing and performance of steel reinforcement bars
Fatigue and microcracking of concrete
A fracture mechanics model for fatigue in concrete
Absorption of energy in fatigue loading of plain concrete
Predictions of cumulative damage for concrete and reinforced concrete
Fatigue considerations for offshore concrete structure reinforcements
Effect of environment on the durability of plastic-based materials
Concrete - A brittle fracturing material
Flow and deformation of fresh concrete
An examination of two methods for studying diffusion kinetics
Combined aggregates: A computer-based method to fit a desired grading
Eccentrically loaded interior slab-column connections with shearhead reinforcement
The effect of the longitudinal stiffness of the testing machine on the strength of hardened cement paste
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: General recommendation for prestressing test of prefabricated prestressed elements
for concrete bridges
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Preliminary recommendations for long-term observation of concrete bridges
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Survey of the activities of 62-SCF committee on soiling and cleaning of facades.
RILEM BULLETIN: 37th Meeting of the general council.
Acoustic emission and bond degradation in reinforced concrete due to elevated temperatures
The applicability of Sonreb method on damaged concrete
The use of combined non-destructive testing methods to determine the compressive strength of concrete
The application of pull-out test to high strength concrete estimation.
Critical reflections on non-destructive testing of concrete .
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing methods for joints with mechanical fasteners in load-bearing timber
structures.Annex B: Nails
Synthetic membranes
The skin of concrete-Composition and properties
Free and combined chloride in hydrating cement and cement components
Changes in the structure of hardened cement paste due to high temperature
Prediction of bond between steel and concrete by numerical analysis
On the variability of the creep coefficient of structural concrete
Structural behaviour of loaded multilayer wall panels
A performance approach to quality roofing membranes
Frost resistance and pore size distribution in bricks
Thermal stresses in mortar-tile systems
Textural analysis of concrete by means of surface roughness .
The effect of fly ashes on the rheological behaviour of cement pastes
Practical prediction of creep and shrinkage of high strength concrete
Research into aperture parameters of point bonded roof waterproofing membranes
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATION: CPC 11.3 Absorption of water by immersion under vacuum
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: The dynamic behaviour of concrete structures -Recommendations of good practice for
methods of testing and design reported by 65-MDB Committee
Effect of four coating structures on corrosion kinetics of galvanized reinforcement in concrete.
Heat deformations of cement paste phases and the microstructure of cement paste.
Shakedown with softening in reinforced concrete beams.
A three-point test for the quality of concrete.
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Concrete test methods. Depth of carbonation.
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing methods for fibre reinforced cement based composites.
TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The hydration of tricalcium silicate. Report of RILEM Committee 68-MMH, Task Group 3
Concrete creep at variable humidity: constitutive law and mechanisms
Modeling the prediction of concrete durability
Electrochemical monitoring of corrosion of steel in microsilica cement pastes
Crack patterns in steel fiber reinforced cement paste
Sulphur sand mixes as building material
Study of statistical parameters in correlation to the strength: Sclerometric index approach for the definition of the concrete
Fracture toughness of concrete determined on large specimens
Optimal water/cement ratios and strength characteristics of some local clay soils stabilized with cement
Cohesion aspects in rheological behaviour of fresh cement mortars
An investigation on spacing of cracks and maximum crackwidth in reinforced concrete flexural members
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Testing methods for joints with mechanical fasteners in load-bearing timber structures.
Annex C: Staples
RILEM BULLETIN: 38th Meeting of RILEM General Council
RILEM BULLETIN: A summary of RILEM Technical Committees Activities,1984
Non-destructive testing to evaluate in situ maturity on prestressed reinforced concrete members
A modified pull-out test and new evaluation methods for a more real local bond-slip relationship
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: General recommendation for vibration test in long term observation of concrete bridge
RILEM SEMINAR ON DURABILITY: Durability of building meterials: Durability research in the United States and the influence
of RILEM on durability research
RILEM SEMINAR ON DURABILITY: Research activities and administrative measures on durability of buildings. The state-of-
the-art in Japan
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Seawater attack on concrete and precautionary measures
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: A compilation of laboratory methods for studying stability of bitumen emulsions
Practical prediction of cyclic humidity effect in creep and shrinkage of concrete
Mercury intrusion porosimetry of concrete aggregates
Methods for determining the water and cement content of fresh concrete
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: "ELS"-EMPA's new revolutionary testing machine
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Determination of the fracture energy of mortar and concrete by means of three-point
bend tests on notched beams
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The theoretical basis of a method to determine the fracture energy GF of concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Towards standard tests for abrasion resistance of concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Long term observation of concrete structures. Analysis of temperature gradient effects
Effect of wearthering on the water sorption of GRP sheet material
Derivation of moisture correction factors to the thermal resistance of hollow block walls
Research and following of concrete structures
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Principal criteria for acceptance of precast concrete elements for buildings
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Surface appearance of precast concrete elements for building
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Determination of the adhesion of mortars and other coatings
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Modulus of rupture of autoclaved aerated concrete
RILEM FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS: Results of three comparative test series for determining the fracture energy GF of
RILEM BULLETIN: ACI/RILEM. - Symposium on "Technology of concrete when pozzolans, slags and chemical admixures are
used". Conclusions.
Linear and non linear analyses of a deep corbel. Comparison with the results of an experimental test carried out upon a full
scale specimen
Fracture analysis of the pullout test
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Flexural and shearing test on prefabricated concrete elements
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Compression tests of prefabricated concrete elements
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The possibility of evolving a theory for predicting the service life of reinforced concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Test methods for the movement capability of building sealants The state-of-the-art
Correlation between changes in dynamic properties and remaining carrying capacity
Material design of aerated concrete-An optimum performance design
Strength development of fly ash concretes
A study of the combined influence of condensed silica fume and a water reducing admixture on water demand and strength of
The fracture of wood under impact loading
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: The split Hopkinson bar,a versatile tool for the impact testing of concrete
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A thermoelastic method to measure the thermal expansion coefficient
From the science of materials to the engineering of materials:Cements and concretes
Deformation of concrete and cement paste loaded at constant temperatures from 140 to 724
Test techniques to determine deformation properties of concrete at elevated temperatures
Shear fracture tests of concrete
Carbonation of concrete as affected by mix constituents and initial water curing period
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The hydratiom of tricalcium aluminate and tetracalcium aluminoferrite in the presence of
calcium sulfate
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Work progress of RILEM Technical Committee TC-69 on mathematical modeling of creep
and shrinkage of concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Conference on destructive testing equipment
RILEM BULLETIN: 7th EDA/RILEM Conference on demo-cycling
RILEM BULLETIN: Second lnternational Symposium on roofing technology
RILEM BULLETIN: 39th Meeting of RILEM General Council
A basis for the evolution of strategy for a futuristic development of building materials
Vibration analysis: Theoretical hints and experimental techniques
Multiaxial strain-softening of concrete. Part : Fracture.
Multiaxial strain-softening of concrete. Part : Load histories
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recycled aggregates and recycled aggregate concrete.Second state-of-the-art
report.Developments 1945-1985
Evolution and future of building materials in Japan
Seismic strength of adobe masonry
Behaviour of concrete subjected to passive confinement
Bleeding : evaluation of its effects on concrete behaviour
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Large triaxial-torsional testing machine with hygrothermal control
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: 45-LTO Long-term observation of structures
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: A summary of ferrocement construction and a survey of its durability.RILEM Committee
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Elastomeric,thermoplastic and modified bitumen roofing.A summary technical report of
CIB W.83 and RILEM 75-SLR Joint Committee
Trends in building materials research
Stability of sulphur concrete beams with steel reinforcement
Compression creep behaviour of steel fibre reinforced cement composites
The behaviour of concrete under impact loadings:Experimental procedures and method of analysis
Structural behaviour of a dry block with pile-anchored bottom slab
Some remarks upon concrete softening
Standing waves in dementstone?
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Long-term observation of concrete structures.Final report of 45-LOT Committee
Prediction of service life of building materiais and components
Physical structure of hardened portland cement paste - A classical approach
Hydration kinetics and microstructural development in the 3CaO. Al
. 2H
O system
Mortars for restoration: Basic requirements and quality control
RILEM BULLETIN: Bibliographical information
Examination of three methods for studying ion diffusion in cement pastes,mortars and concrete
Porosity of concrete in relation to the nature of the paste-aggregate interface
Validity of using methanol for studying the micro-structure of cement paste
Attempts to improve the bond between cement paste and aggregate
Use of gel composition as a criterion for diagnosis of alkali-aggregate reactivity in a concrete containing siliceous limestone
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: CIB W80/RILEM 71-PSL. FINAL REPORT: Prediction of service life of building materials
and components
Building materials and standardization
Model concrete beam-column joints subjected to cyclic loading at two rates
Field investigation of abrasion resistance
Influence of age loading,water-cement ratio and rate of loading on fracture energy of concrete
Microcracking of concrete under compression and its influence on tensile strength
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC 58-VPM RILEM COMMITTEE: Physico-chemical weathering reactions as a formulary
for time-lapsing ageing tests
RILEM SYMPOSIA: FRC-86 SYMPOSIUM, KEYNOTE LECTURE: Fibre reinforced cement and concrete:research into
Modern materials science contributes to a better understanding of the complex behaviour of concrete
Structural restoration of wooden beams by means of epoxy resin
A quantitative deformation model for the two-phase composites including concrete
Regulation of setting time for improving casting conditions in slip-form concreting
Detection of crack growth in concrete from ultrasonic intensity methods
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: 39-BH Draft Recommendations on winter concreting. Abstract
RILEM BULLETIN: Some international committees involved in concrete technology
A prospective study of materials based on stochastic methods
Ecological properties of building materials
Aggregates in Saudi Arabia: a survey of their properties and suitability for concrete
Evaluation of properties of bricks impregnated with sulphur
Strength of concrete in warm and dry environment
Long-term properties of steel fibre reinforced marine concrete
Impact behaviour of concrete beams
The influence of axial load and rate of loading on experimental post-elastic behaviour and ductility of reinforced concrete
Numerical modelling of concrete cracking based on a stochastic approach
Permissible crack widths in steel fibre reinforced marine concrete
Use of rice husk ash in sandcrete blocks for masonry units
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Permanent-magnet Hall-sensor measuring system for the study of the relative
axial and radial displacements between concrete and reinforcing steel
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Low-cost test rig for structural engineering tests
RILEM SYMPOSIA: REPORT ON 4th RILEM INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM: Creep and shrinkage of concrete: mathematical
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC-68-HMM TASK GROUP 3: Mathematical modelling of hydration of cement:Hydration
of dicalcium oxide
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC-31-PCM SUMMARY OF WORK: Perfomance criteria for building materials
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC-69-MMC: Conclusions for structural analysis and for formulation of standard design
The evaluation of crack bridging ability of exposed roof coatings
Probabilistic analysis of cracking of RC beams
The influence of autocorrelation on OC-lines of compliance criteria for concrete strength
Effect of the steel fibres at two different stages: the material and the structure
Fracture energy for three point bend tests on single edge notched beams: proposed evaluation
The effect of the shape of the strain-softening diagram on the bearing capacity of concrete beams
Relations between some mechanical properties of cement stabilized materials
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A new tensile test for concrete
Evaluation of compound compliance criteria for concrete strength
Fracture energy and strain softening of concrete as determined by means of compact tension specimens
Mixed-mode fracture toughness testing of concrete beams in three-point bending
Rheological models for cement pastes
Development of an accelerated abrasion test apparatus with a standardized testing procedure
and Building Boards: TSB-1. Testing methods for timber structures. TSB-2. Testing methods for wood-base board materials
in structural grades for use in load-bearing structures.
RILEM TECHNICAL REPORTS: 73-SBC RILEM COMMITTEE: Final report on siliceous by-products for use in concrete
RILEM CONGRESS: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES: Topic 1. The influence of processing on the microstructure of materials
RILEM CONGRESS: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES: Topic2. Designing and producing materials by combination
RILEM CONGRESS: INTRODUCTORY LECTURES: Topic3. Prediction and control of the effect of time and environment on
the reliability of materials
RILEM CONGRESS: INVITED LECTURES: Physical methods for the identification of microstructures
RILEM CONGRESS: REVIEW REPORTS: Topic1. Structure of materials and control of porosity: influence of processes on the
microstructure of materials
RILEM CONGRESS: REVIEW REPORTS: Topic2. Combining materials: design , production and properties
RILEM CONGRESS: REVIEW REPORTS: Topic3. Action of time and environment: durability of construction materials
RILEM CONGRESS: PANEL SESSIONS: Panel session 1. Training of engineers towards better knowledge of construction
RILEM CONGRESS: PANEL SESSIONS: Panel session 2. Aids to research and engineeing techniques: modelling, computer
science, data banks and expert systems
RILEM CONGRESS: PANEL SESSIONS: Panel session 3. Design and manufacture of materials with predetermined properties:
formulation of functional requirements
RILEM CONGRESS: PANEL SESSIONS: Fracture toughness of cement based materials
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC56-MHM HYDROCARBON MATERIALS: Recovery method with rotary evaporator of
the soluble binder from bituminous mixes: interlaboratory test comparisons and test procedure recommendation
Shrinkage of steel fibre reinforced cement composites
Eight year deformation tests on reinforced concrete
The bond stress between a reinforcement bar and concrete: is it theoretically predictable?
Influence of curing at different relative humidities upon compound reactions and porosity of Portland cement paste
Model for an engineering approach to the design of concrete structures in chemically aggressive environments
The effect of curing period and curing delay on concrete in hot weather
Improving the moisture resistance of adobe structures
Effece of rice husk ash on the properties of bricks made from fired lateritic soil-clay mix
of testing load-bearing masonry
Further investigation of the effect of application parameters on adhesive-bonded seams of single-ply roof membranes
Long-term outdoor weathering of PVC siding
Study into the behaviour of mechanically built-up timber girders for bridge construction
Mechanical behaviour of polymer concrete systems
Behaviour at cryogenic temperatures of tendon anchorages for prestressing concrete
Admixtures, workability, vibration and segregation
Strength evaluation of recycled -aggregate concrete by in situ tests
International recognition of test results in the building field. Final report by 77-RRT Technical Committee
RILEM BULLETIN: 4th International conference on durability of building materials and components. 1st National Symposium
on construction materials. Guidance for RILEM Technical Committees. Bibliographical information.
The dynamic elastic modulus of hardened cement paste. Part1: A new statistical model - water and ice filled pores
Determination of preferred orientation degree of portlandite by using rocking curve of diffraction line
Difference of the W/C ratio, porosity and microscopical aspect between the upper boundary paste and the lower boundary
paste of the aggregate in concrete
Moment curvature relationship of reinforced concrete sections under combined bending and normal force
Long-term properties under marine exposure of steel fibre reinforced concrete containing pfa
Behaviour of shear connectors under dynamic loads
Some mechanical and thermal properties of clay bricks for the Jordan valley region
Measurement and the effect of different solvents on thin polymer film surface resistance
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A3-DOF testing machine for in-plane behaviour of structures
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Determination of particle density of lightweight aggregates with porous surface
Load effects on fracture of concrete
Why are crack paths in concrete and mortar different from those in PMMA?
The fragility and ductility of composite engineering materials and structures: a few remarks
Steel-to-concrete bond after concrete splitting: test results
On the use of full stress-strain characteristics in structural analysis
Performance of polyurethane sealants on a strain-cycling exposure rack
Debonding in foam-core sandwich panels
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Application of thermal-wave electron microscopy to imaging and assessment of
corrosion on rough steel surface
Chemical prestress and strengths of reinforced concrete pipes using expansive concrete
Coupling between the crack propagation velocity and the vapour diffusion in concrete
Experimental investigations on the damage of Portland cement concrete made with natural aggregates
Control of slump loss in superplasticized concrete
Admixtures in cement: a study of dosage rates on early hydration
A longterm study of MgO hydration in cement pastes
The dynamic modulus of hardened cement paste. Part2: Ice formation, drying and pore size distribution
The effects of vibrations on the rheological behaviour of bentonite muds. Comparison with cement pastes
Gas chromatographic detection of volatile amines found in indoor air due to putrefactive degradation of casein-containing
building materials
Natural and accelerated weathering of PVC and polypropylene waste-water pipes
A model for the non linear time-dependent behaviour of concrete in compression based on Maxwell chain with exponential
Fracture toughness of plain concrete from three-point bend specimens
Identification of the physical mechanisms underlying acoustic emissions during the cracking of concrete
Polarization resistance measurements in large concrete specimens: mathematical solution for a unidirectional current
Effect of retempering on the engineering properties of superplasticized concrete
Pozzolanic activity of palm bunch wastes
The determination of the permeability of concrete to oxygen by the Cembureau method - A recommendation
RILEM RECOMMENDATION: BM - 1 Terminology of hydrocarbon binders
The properties of concrete at very low temperatures
The influence of spatial correlation of concrete strength on the failure probabilities of R/C chimneys
Compressive strength of concrete elements with variable dimensions
Reliability of reinforced concrete beams in limit state of cracking - failure rate analysis approach
Evaluation of concrete spall repairs by pullout test
Investigation of reactions in high-alumina fly ash and lirpastes
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: FAB1-Test methods for determining the properties of fly ash
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: FAB2-Test methods for determining the properties of fly ash for use in building
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Determination of the modulus of elasticity of prestress steel strands
RILEM BULLETIN: The Second International RILEM Symposium on Demolition and Reuse of Concrete and Masonry
A general model for the mechanics of saturated-unsaturated porous materials
Sampling of wood for mechanical tests on the basis of density
Marine concrete in hot climates-designed to fail
Steel-to-concrete bond after concrete splitting: constitutive laws and interface deterioration
Structural behaviour of thin planar and curved microconcrete plates reinforced conventionally and with steel fibres
Fracture mechanics of brick masonry: size effects and snap-back analysis
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Acoustic emission applied to study crack propagation in concrete
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: TC71-PSL/CIB W80.Systematic methodology for service life.Prediction of building materials
and components
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM/ISRMJoint Workshop on fracture toughness and fracture enegy - Test methods for concrete and
A method for measuring the embedding characteristics of wood and wood-based materials
Fatigue behaviour of wire ropes
Snap-back softening instability in high-strength concrete beams
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: New method for detecting cracks in concrete using fibre optics
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Shear strength of reinforced aerated concrete slabs
From pore size distribution to an equivalent pore size of cement mortar
Decay of bricks due to salt
Longitudinalshear strength of wide compression flanges
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Tension testing of metallic structural materials for determining stress-strain relations
under monotonic and uniaxial tensile loading
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Standardized mathematical expression for stress-strain relations of structural steel under
monotonic and uniaxial tension loding
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: The use of the Ramberg-Osgood law for materials of round-house type
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: On energy conservation characteristics of autoclaved aerated concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Round-robin analysis of anchor bolts - Invitation
Degradation and restoration of masonry walls of historical builbings
Stress corrosion of cementitious materials in sulphate solutions
Static strength tests steel plate strengthened concrete beams
The effects of shearing on the rheological behaviour of thixotropic bentonite muds
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Report on the RILEM Draft Recommendation Determination of the modulus of
elasticity of prestressing steel stands
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Draft Recommendation: Determination of the modulus of elasticity of prestressing
steel strands
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Studies of the againg behaviour of gun-grade building joint sealants - the state of the art
Investigation of thermal cracking with the cracking-frame
Size-effect prediction from effective crack model for plain concrete
Plastic shrinkage of steel fibre reinforced concrete
Comparison and optimization of different methods of evalution of displacements in cracked reinforced concrete beams
Exprerimental behaviour and hyper-strength of slightly reinforced concrete members bent up to collapse
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Joint investigation of concrete at high rates of loading
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Shear strength of reinforced aerated concrete beams with shear reinforcement
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Classification of concrete damage caused by chemical attack
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Damage caused by carbonation of reinforced concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: Report on the RILEM WorkshopAncient mortars and mortars for restoration
Composite modelling of masonry deformation
Lime-stabilized red mub bricks
Mix design and mechanical behaviour of some steel-fibre-reinforced concretes used in reinforced concrete structures
Proposal for limitation and control of fines in calcareous sands based upon their influence in some concrete properties
On the correlation between porosity and strength in high-alumina cement mortars
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A new method for the measurement of tensile properties of curved specimens
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Statisticalfeatures of mechanical properties of current Japanese steels
An assessment of four methods of determining the free chloride content of concrete
Effect of hot weather on pulse velocity and modulus of elasticity of concrete
The biodegradation of a biopolymeric additive in building materials
Strategic reinforcement for controlling volume-change cracking in base-restrained concrete walls
Simplified model for estimating the punching resistance of reinforced concrete slabs
Laboratory test on mechanically built-up timber girder for bridge construction
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: TSB-1 Testing methods for timber structures
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: TSB-2 Testing methods for wood-based board materials other than plywood in structural
grades for use in load-bearing structures
ash concrete - potential without misuse
Influence of sea water solution on mortar containing calcium carbonate
The thermal and structural effects of elevated temperatures on the basic creep of hardened cement paste
Rremix PCC materials: mechanical properties as a function of technological factors
Water-based epoxy materials: properties of curing agents and film-forming properties
Bearing capacity of a bar under transversal loads
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Determination of fracture parameters of plain concrete using three-point bend tests
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Size-effect method for determining fracture energy and process zone size of concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM International Workshop esting during concrete construction. onclusions
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies of the degradation of PVF
XRF analysis of sulphur in aggregates used in concrete by the addition of Li
Effect of stresses on the ultrasonic pulse velocity in concrete
Natural remanent magnetization of Portland cement paste and mortar
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 53-MTC FINAL REPORT: Behaviour of concrete under multiaxial stress states: some
observations on the state of the art
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 53-MTC FINAL REPORT: Cylinder tests: experimental technique and results
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 53-MTC FINAL REPORT: Comparative study of two biaxial presses for concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 53-MTC FINAL REPORT: Fracture of concrete under multiaxial stress - recent
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: CIB W80/RILEM100-TSL FINAL REPORT: Collection of in-service performance data:
state of the art and approach by CIB W80/RILEM 100-TSL
RILEM BULLETIN: Guideline for writing and obtaining RILEM approval for RILEM Technical Recommendations
Electrochemical behaviour of concrete reinforcing steel under cathodic polarization: comparison of some test procedures
Residual mechanical properties of heated concrete incorporating different pozzolanic materials
Near-surface characteristics of concrete: abrasion resistance
Systematic differences of concrete strength in precast products
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Final report of Task Group 1, 68-MMH Technical Committee on strength of cement
RILEM BULLETIN: Properties of fresh concrete
The determination of the most common crystalline alkali-silica reaction product
Combined methods of determining control measures of concrete quality
Practical prediction model for shrinkage of steel fibre reinforcend concrete
Dimensional analysis for concrete in fracture
The effect of degree of prestressing and age of concrete beams on frequency and damping of their free vibration
EOROLAB: A European forum for testing laboratories
Investigations of reinforcement corrosion. 1.The pore electrolyte phase in chloride-contaminated concrete
classification of structures. The state of the art report of RILEM Technical Committee 104-DCC activity
standard survey and damage classification system for concrete structures
report: The use of damage classification systems for concrete structures
damage in concrete bridges
damage and its causes as applied to precast concrete buildings
damage to concrete buildings in earthquakes, illustrated by examples
concrete structures in the Finnish housing stock
concrete structures in a marine environment
management of safety-related concrete structures to provide improved bases for continuing the service of nuclear power
RILEM RECOMMENDATIONS: Abstracts of recommendations on aerated lightweight concrete
Consequences of diffusion theory for shrinkage of concrete
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 1 - Shrinkage
On-site detection of corrosion in reinforced concrete structures
Investigations of reinforcement corrosion. 2. Electrochemical monitoring of steel in chloride-contaminated concrete
Electrochemical induction of alkali silica reaction in concrete
Surface resistance measurement of polyethylene using the concentric ring electrode method
The use of uncertainties to quantify quality
RILEM BULLETIN: Symposium on Test Quality and Quality Assurance in Testing Laboratories for Construction Materials and
Structures, 1990/10/15-17, Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse, France: Remarks and conclusions
RILEM BULLETIN: Various aspects of the practice of testing laboratory accreditation by RNE
RILEM BULLETIN: 2nd International Symposium on Vegetable Plants and their Fibres as Building Materials, 1990/9/17-21,
Salvador, Brazil: Conclusions
RILEM BULLETIN: Symposium on Properties of Fresh Concrete, 1990/10/3-5, Hanover, Germany: Conclusions
Some factors influencing air permeation measurements in cover concrete
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 2 - Basic creep
A physical phenomenon which can explain the mechanical behaviour of concrete under high strain rates
Compressive behaviour of concrete at high strain rates
Direct assessment of the tensile strength of the web in prestressed precast hollowcore slabs
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Comparison of different electrochemical techniques for corrosion-rate
determination of zinc-coated reinforcements in simulated concrete pore solutions
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: The pointing hardness tester - an instrument to meet a need
Determination of concrete quality in a structure by combination of destructive and non-destructive methods
Non-destructivetesting of concrete strength: statistical control
Accelerated strength and testing of concrete in Jordan
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 4 - Temperature effects
Non-linear viscoelastic behaviour of conventional and modified asphaltic concrete under creep
Brittleness, fracture energy and size effect in theory and in reality
Polymer-modified glass fibre reinforced gypsum
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A laboratory device for restrained shrinkage fracture of soil-cement mixtures
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Workshop on research trends and needs for composite materials in building and civil engineering
Systematic mercury porosimetry investigations on sandstones
Secondary stresses induced by shear movement in structural glazing sealants
A contribution to the stress-strain relationship of concrete
Experimental study of the strains generated in concrete by variations in climatic conditions
The behaviour of concrete in hot climates
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 5 - Cyclic load and cyclic humidity
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: English/French/German dictionary of technical terms related to hydrocarbon binders,
hydrocarbon composite materials, processes for removing pavement material and for the rehabilitation of asphalt pavements
RILEM BULLETIN: New from RILEM members
Comparative flexural performance evaluation of steel fibre-reinforced concretes according to ASTM C1018 shows
importance of fibre parameters
Strengthening of RC beams with epoxy-bonded fibre-composite materials
Measurement of the fracture energy using three-point bend tests: part 1 - Influence of experimental procedures
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 6 - Simplified code-type formulation
The shear strength of extruded hollow-core slabs
Experimentai control of deformability at short-term loadings in testing large-span prestressed structures
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Dynamostratigraphy, a new type of mechanical test
RILEM BULLETIN: Public funding of research: results versus costs, lecture
RILEM BULLETIN: Henrik Stang, 1991 Robert L'Hermite Medallist
Comparative study of various silica fumes as additives in high-performance cementitious materials
Modified water/cement ratio law for compressive strength of fly ash concretes
Water absorption in cover concrete
Effect of composition, environmental factors and cement-lime mortar coating on concrete carbonation
Measurement of the fracture energy using three-point bend tests: part 2 - Influence of bulk energy dissipation
On the identification of mathematical models for steel stress-strain curves
Fracture energy and fracture process zone
Measurement of the fracture energy using three-point bend tests: Part 3 - Influence of cutting the P- tail
Modified rule of constant water content for constant consistency of fresh fly ash concrete mixes
The effect of a superplasticizer (from cashew nut shell liquid) on the properties of concrete and mortar
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A two-chamber vacuum cell for measuring the coefficient of permeability to air
of the concrete cover on site
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: An experimental-mechanics dynamic measurement procedure based on
computer vision techniques
RILEM BULLETIN: Bibliographical information
Water permeability of fiy ash concretes
The permeability of fly ash concretes
Factors influencing chloride-induced corrosion of reinforcement in concrete
Long-term behaviour of plain and steel fibre reinforced concrete rings
New economical solutions for improvement of durability of Portland cement mortars reinforced with sisal fibres
Reliability of testing procedures for reinforced concrete structures experimentally checked on bending-stressed beams
Microstructural investigation of natural deterioration of building materials in Gothenburg, Sweden
RILEM BULLETIN: International RILEM-IMEKO Conference - Diagnosis of Concrete Structures, Bratislava 1991
RILEM BULLETIN: 2nd International Symposium on Concrete Engineering, Nanjing 1991
Design criteria for early-age bond strength in reinforced concrete
Reliability of ferrocement slabs under cyclic thermal-shock loading
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: An apparatus for cyclic tests on cylindrical concrete specimens
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Guide for technical assessment of cement and concrete testing laboratories
The dynamic behaviour of concrete; influence of free water
Water vapour adsorption and transfer in cement-based materials: a network simulation
Modelling the leaching of calcium hydroxide from cement paste: effects on pore space percolation and diffusivity
Simple lattice model for numerical simulation of fracture of concrete materials and structures
Creep and shrinkage analysis of composite systems under axial load and biaxial bending
Extensibility of high-strength concretes
RILEM BULLETIN: Bibliographical information
A new method for microcrack evaluation in concrete under compression
Suitability of GGBFS as a cement replacement for concrete in hot arid climates
Calcium hydrosilicate as a base for producing thermal insulation products
A penetration test to evaluate wood decay and its application to the Loggia monument
Non-Newtonian viscosity of polymer-modified bitumens
Effect of cold drawing on susceptibility to hydrogen embrittlement of prestressing steel
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Shock-tube tests of concrete slabs
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Draft recommendation for in situ concrete strength determination by combined non-
destructive methods
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Workability of special concrete mixes
Random particle model for concrete based on Delaunay triangulation
Compressive-force path and behaviour of prestressed concrete beams
Instantaneous and time-dependent analysis of composite wood-concrete cross-sections using Dischinger's equations of
state:Part1-Instantaneous analysis
Laboratory studies of properties of the stone masonry in the Old Aswan Dam
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 101-BAT: Bitumen and Asphalt Testing. Activity Report 1987-1992
RILEM BULLETIN: The RILEM Strategic Workshop MADRID 11
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Workshop Concrete Technology in the Future
Modelling of stress-strain behaviour of plain concrete using a plasiticity framework
Hydraulic transport of solids in pipes: a simple method for the prediction of pressure drop
Development of stresses in concrete structures with alkali-silica reactions
Effectiveness of oil shale ash in reducing alkali-silisa reaction expansions
Pullout and bond of glass-fibre rods embedded in concrete and cement grout
Instantaneous and time-dependent analysis of composite wood-concrete cross-sections using Dischinger's equations of
state:Part2-Time-dependent analysis
RILEM BULLETIN: International RILEM/CSIRO Conference on Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures
Computational materials science of cement-based materials
Bending moment-mean curvature relationship with constant axial load in the presence of tension stiffening
A new experimental approach to the investigation of contact forces at an interface
Restrained shrinkage tests of fibre-reinforced concrete ring specimens: effect of core thermal expansion
Curing and the durability of OPC, fly ash and blast-furnace slag concretes
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM events 1993/94
Strength development in hardened cement paste: examinaition of some empirical equations
A statistical method for the assessment of concrete strength through microcores
Two-function method for the prediction of concrete creep under decreasing stress
The impact-echo response of concrete plates containing delaminations: numerical,experimental and field studies
Capillary water migration in rock: process and material properties examined by NMR imaging
Experimental tests on the shear behaviour of dowels connecting concrete slabs to stone masonry walls
TECHNICAL NOTES: Repointing mortars for conservation of a historic stone building in Trinity College, Dublin
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Wokshop: Leaching Conditions of Concrete and Cement-bound Materials
From clinker to concrete an overall modelling
Improved method of electric resistance a suitable technique for checking the state of concrete reinforcement
Sulphur concrete in products for agriculture
Buckling of polymer pipes under internal pressure
Effect of heat-ageing on the thermal and mechanical properties of APP-and SBS-modified bituminous roofing membranes
Rheological behaviour of wood in directions perpendicular to the grain
Wood viscoelastic compliance determination with special attention to measurement problems
The fracture energy (GF) of high-strength concretes
Thermoelastic stress analysis: temperature-strain relationships in concrete and mortar
Restrained shrinkage cracking in fibre-reinforced cementitious composites
Effect of fly ash on the microstructure of cement mortar
The role of phosphonates in the hydration of Portland cement
TECHNICAL NOTES: Slipforming with fibre-reinforced concrete for efficient crack control
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM 3C Workshop: Optimization of concrete mix design
Designing concrete mixtures for strength, elastic modulus and fracture energy
Cover cracking as a function of bar corrosion: Part 1-Experimental test
An external surface coating to protect concrete and steel from aggressvie environments
Micromechanics of crack bridging in fibre-reinforced concrete
Geo-electric survey of masonry
A compound sampling scheme for acceptance testing of concrete
Non-linear analysis of RC beams using a SIFCON matrix
Cover cracking as a function of rebar corrosion: Part 2-Numerical model
Behaviour of concrete affected by sea-water under high pressure
TECHNICAL NOTES: Cyclic loading of laterally confined concrete columns
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Seminar on Autoclaved Aerated Concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Workshop on Behaviour of Concrete Elements under Thermal and Hygral Gradients
Improved prediction model for time-dependent deformations of concrete: Part 7-Short form of BP-KX model,statistics and
extrapolation of short-time data
Application of microcomputers in the retrieval and processing of data in the study of the durability of reinforced concrete
Fly ash and slag: standards and specifications-help or hindrance?
An automated method and device for the measurement of coating flexibility
Drying creep of concrete;constitutive model and new experiments separating its mechanisms
Effect of very fine aggregate on concrete strength
The durability of structural sandwich elements
Physical and numerical models for the shear load-carrying capacity testing of steel-concrete bonded joints
Indirect tensile test applied to anisotropic materials
RILEM BULLETIN: Proposals from the Strategic Workshop Madrid for New RILEM Activities.
RILEM BULLETIN: UNESCO RILEM International Congress on the Conservation of Stone and other Materials
Resolution-dependent characterization of interconnected pore systems: development and suitability of a new method
Microstructural characterization of mode I crack opening in mortar
Failure of slender and stocky reinforced concrete columns: tests of size effect
The stress-strain relationship of concrete
A general bilinear fit for the softening curve of concrete
Study of the strength of very young concrete as a function of the amount of hydrates formed influence of superplasticizer
Relationship between absolute viscosity of polymer-modified bitumens and rutting resistance of pavement
RILEM BULLETIN: Technical Session of the 47th Meeting of RILEM General Council
Calculation of moisture transport coeffcients on the basis of relevant pore structure parameters
Influence of superplasticizer dosage on the quantity of hydrates needed to obtain a given strength for very young concrete
The anisotropic beam submitted to a uniformly distributed load
TECHNICAL NOTES: On the behaviour of concrete under water jet impingement
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 109-TSA State-of-the-Art Report on Timber Structures in Seismic Regions
RILEM BULLETIN: PROBAMAT,a RILEM/NATO Workshop on Probabilities and Materials:Tests,Models and Applications
Interactions between chemical evolution (hydration) and physical evolution (setting) in the case of tricalcium silicate
Strain of concrete at peak compressive stress for a wide range of compessive strengths
Determination of the moduli of elasticity of rocks. Comparison of the ultrasonic velocity and mechanical resonance frequency
methods with direct static methods
Methodological developments in the testing of wood based panels.Part 1:Tensile and compression tests
Structural changes in primed Scots pine and Norway spruce during weathering
International Workshop on Industrialized Construction Methods and Materials for Residential Housing
RILEM Events 1994
Analyses of anchor pull-out in concrete
Effect of loading rate on the strength of concrete subject to uniaxial tension
Investigation of the possibility of estimating concrete strength by porosity measurements
Evaluation of early concrete strength
TECHNICAL NOTES: Cement concrete in concretes made with aluminous cement
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Barrier performance of concrete:A review of fluid transport theory.
RILEM BULLETIN: Third International RILEM Symposium on Demolition and Reuse of Concrete and Masonry.
Stiffness associated with quasi-concentrated loads
Dynamic behaviour of concretes: from the material to the structure
Testing system for determining the mechanical behaviour of early age concrete under restrained and free uniaxial shrinkage
Prediction of long term chloride concentration in concrete
Performance of natural fibre reinforced mortar roofing tiles
The effect of sea tides on historical brickwork in Venice
TECHNICAL NOTES: Comment on recent analysis of concrete creep linearity and applicability of principle of superposition
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Damage classification of concrete structures
RILEM BULLETIN: Fifth International Symposium on Creep and Shrinkage of Concrete(ConCreep-5)
RILEM BULLETIN: International RILEM Workshop on Technology Transfer of the New Trends in Concrete(ConTech'94)
Restrained shrinkage in repaired reinforced concrete elements
A study of the behaviour of volume change cracking in base restrained concrete walls
Modelling lime mortar carbonation
Quantification of high alumina cement content in concrete by means of gamma ray spectrometry
Structure formation of slag ash concrete on the basis of high-calcium fly ash and silica fume
Mortar deterioration of the masonry walls in historic buildings. A case history: Vanvitelli's Mole in Ancona
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Draft recommendation for repair strategies for concrete structures damaged by
reinforcement corrosion
Scale effect on concrete in tension
Testing structural concrete beam elements
Moisture conditioning and transport properties of concrete test specimens
Mortar damage due to airborne sulfur compounds in a simulation chamber
Stress-strain relationship for asphalt concrete in compression
Factors affecting the development of biodeterioration in wooden constructions
Probabilistic aspects of fracture energy of concrete
Experimental investigation of the fatigue strength of plain concrete under high compressive loading
Investigation of the basic creep of concrete by acoustic emission
Improved EIestimation for reinforced concrete circular columns
Residual bond strength of polymer adhesive anchored reinforcement subjected to high temperatures
Fibre mortar composites under fire conditions: effects of ageing and moisture content of specimens
Investigation of mortar and stone deterioration in the Victoria Memorial,Calcutta
RILEM RECOMMENDATION: Specifications for concrete with recycled aggregates
Size effects on tensile fracture properties: a unified explanation based on disorder and fractality of concrete microstructure
A model for the stress-strain relationship of rectangular confined normal and high strength concrete columns
Is the cube test suitable for high performance concrete?
On the hardness determination of fine grained concrete
An experimental study on the use of dynamic tests for surveillance of concrete structures
An investigation into the feasibility of formulating self-cureconcrete
1995 VOL.28-No.175-184
Rheological testing and modelling of fresh high performance concrete
An experimental technique for obtaining controlled diagonal tension failure of shear critical reinforced concrete beams
Freeze-thaw and deicing salt resistance of concrete testing by the CDF method-CDF resistance limit and evaluation of
Evaluating the reaction of actual compositions of concrete with respect to alkali-aggregate reactions. Prelimmary testing at
110 and 150
Simultaneous transport of an organic liquid and gas in concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTES: Guidelines for characterizing concrete creep and shrinkage in structural design codes or
RILEM BULLETIN: Conclusions of the Workshop on Durability of High Performance Concrete
Chloride attack of reinforced concrete : an overview
Determining the minimum crack width that can be detected using the Impact-echo method. Part 1 : Experimental study
Rate effect on interfacial response between fibres and matrix
Gypsum in construction : origin and properties
TECHNICAL NOTES: EMPA and its activities in the field of building materials, elements and structures
Determining the minimum crack width that can be detected using the impact-echo method. Part2 : Numerical failure analyses
Behaviour of ASTM Type V cement hydrated in the presence of sulfonated melamine formaldehyde
Testing and appraisal of polymer modified road bitumens-state of the art
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Expert/knowledge based systems for materials in the construction industry : State-of-
the-art report
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATION: Draft recommendation for test method for the freeze-thaw resistance of concrete.Tests
with water (CF) or with sodium chloride solution (CDF)
RILEM BULLETIN: International RILEM Workshop on Technology Transfer of the New Trends in Concrete
Modelling the fracture of concrete : the cohesive crack
Analysis of anchor bolt pull-out tests by a two-domain boundary element method
Design and structural applications of stress-crack width relations in fibre reinforced concrete
Technique of multi-step concrete mixing
TECHNICAL NOTES: Efficiency, skin strength and sorptivity of fly ash concretes
RILEM BULLETIN: New from RILEM members
RILEM BULLETIN: IUTAM/RILEM Symposium on Size-scale effects in the failure mechanisms of materials and structures
Tensile bond testing of concrete repairs
Computer aided evaluation of concrete strenght data at the water tower project in Al Kharj, Saudi Arabia-Case study
A non-destructive technique for the determination of mortar load capacity in situ
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: Dynamic behaviour of concrete : tests of slabs with a shock tube
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS AND DEVICES: A test rig for the application of biaxial cyclic loads to structural models
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Workshop on the Modelling of Microstructure and its Potential for Studying Transport Properties
and Durability
Size effects of nominal tensile strenght of concrete structures : multifractality of material ligaments and dimensional
transition from order to disorder
Anomalous effects of drying and wetting on the flexural and compressive strenghts of autoclaved calcium silicates
Prestress losses in fibreglass pretensioned concrete compression members
Local bond stress-slip relationships of glass fibre reinforced plastic bars embedded in concrete
Strength of reed from Egypt
Adhesion between paints and wooden substrates : effects of pre-treatments and weathering of wood
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Creep and shrinkage prediction model for analysis and design of concrete structures -
model B3
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Draft recommendations for tes methods for the freeze-thaw resistance of concrete -
slab test and cube test
Are current concrete strength tests suitable for high strength concrete?
Deterioration of reinforced concrete in the marine industrial environment of the Arabian Gulf - A case study
A dilatometer for measuring autogenous deformation in hardening Portland cement paste
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Compressive strength for service and accident conditions
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Justification and refinements of Model B3 for concrete creep and shrinkage. 1. Statistics
and sensitivity
RILEM BULLETIN: International Conference on Thermal Cracking in Concrete at Early Ages
multifractal nature of concrete fracture surfaces and size effects on nominal fracture energy
Acoustic emission source characterization in concrete under biaxial loading
Modelling drying shrinkage of cement paste and mortar. Part1: Structural models from nanometres to millimetres
Mixed-mode fracture performance of fibre reinforced concrete under impact loading
TECHNICAL NOTES: Light and strong as wood : the development of hybrid concrete members
RILEM DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Draft recommendation for determination of fracture energy in forward shear along the
grain in wood
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Justification and refinements of model B3 for concrete creep and shrinkage 2. Updating
and theoretical basis
Properties of paste-rock interfaces and their influence on composite behaviour
Uniaxial tensile response of microfibre reinforced cement composites
Combined experimental-numerical approach to characterization of steel-glue-concrete interface
Thermal imaging of hazardous organic fluids in concrete
Characterization of polymer modified bituminous roofing membranes using chromatography
Thin sand concrete plate of high resistance in traction
The modulus of elasticity of high performance concrete
Strength of concrete subjected to high temperature and biaxial stress : Experiments and modelling
Matrix design for pseudo-strain-hardening fibre reinforced cementitios composites
Characterization of polymer modified bituminous roofing membranes using thermal analysis
RILEM BULLETIN: International Workshop on Disposal and Recycling of Organic (Polymeric) Construction Materials
1996 VOL.29-No.185-194
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: State of the art report on micro-cracking and lifetime of concrete - Part 1
Tensile cracking in concrete and sandstone - Part I : basic instruments
Experimental study of splitting and flexural cracks in a RC beam with overlapped splices
Some questions on the corrosion of steel in concrete - Part I : when, how and how much steel corrodes
Salt impact on brickwork along the canals of Venice
TECHNICAL NOTES: The diameter-compression test for small diameter cores
RILEM BULLETIN: International conference on concrete under severe conditions-environment and loading, Sapporo, Japan, 2-
4 August 1995
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES : State of the art report on micro-cracking and lifetime of concrete - Part 2 : mechanical
micro-cracking of concrete
Relationship between fracture parameters from two parameter fracture model and from size effect model
Tensile cracking in concrete and sandstone - Part 2: effect of boundary rotations
Some questions on the corrosion of steel in concrete - Part 2: corrosion mechanism and monitoring, service life prediction
and protection methods
Study on seam performance of polymer-modified bituminous roofing membranes using T-peel test and microscopy
TECHNICAL NOTES : Effect of loading rate on the tensile behaviour of concrete: description of the physical mechanisms
TECHNICAL NOTES : Flexural bond strength of masonry using various blocks and mortars
RILEM BULLETIN : Second International Workshop: High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites, Ann-Arbor,
USA, 11 -14 June 1995
Approximate expressions for the ageing coefficient and the relaxation function in the viscoelastic analysis of concrete
Cracking and permeability of concrete under tension
Pull-out of axisymMetric headed anchorss
Evaluation of electrical resistivity maps for ancient masonry
Some effects of cement and curing upon carbonation and reinforcement corrosion in concrete
Investigations on the influence of oxygen on corrosion of steel in concrete - Part I
TECHNICAL NOTES : Evaluation of cleaning methods for granite based on petrographic examinations
Determination and interpretation of fractal properties of the sandstone pore system
Investigations on the influence of oxygen on corrosion of steel in concrete - Part II
Mechanical properties of reactive powder concretes
REVIEW PAPERS : Plastic cladding for bar, joint and cladding structures - physical properties and performance
TECHNICAL NOTES : The strength design method for reinforced concrete around the world
RILEM BULLETIN : International Symposium on Non-Destructive Testing in Engineering, Berlin, Germany, 26-28 September
RILEM BULLETIN : News from RILEM members
Size effects on concrete fracture energy : dimensional transitions from order to disorder
Bond and splitting in reinforced concrete : test results on bar pull-out
Electrochemical noise technique for the prediction of corrosion rate of steel in concrete
Prefabricated building elements based on FGD gypsum and ashes from coal-fired electric generating plants
Aging effects on the structure and properties of recycled wastepaper fiber cement composites
RILEM BULLETIN : International Conference on Concrete : From Material to Structure, Arles, France, 11-12 September
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Testing aggregates for alkali-reactivity. Report of RILEM TC- 106
Degree of hydration-based description of mechanical properties of early age concrete
Analysis of metallic fibre-reinforced concrete beams submitted to bending
A new method for in-situ measurement of electrical resistivity of reinforced concrete
Reactions and early-age properties in in-situ polymerized gypasum-acryl amide compositions
TECHNICAL NOTES: The effect of exposure to elevated temperatures on the fracture energy of plain concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Workshop on environment aspects of building material and structures, Espoo, Finland, 21-22
September 1995
Concrete behaviour under freezing when subjected to mechanical stress
Drying of saturated lightweight concrete: An experimental investigation
A new proposal for defining the ductility of concrete-reinforcement steels by means of a single parameter
Mechanical properties of cement-treated mixtures of milled bituminous concrete and crushed aggregates
Failure analysis of timber bolted joints by fracture mechanics
Long-term tensile and bending strength of natural building stones
Water and salt migoration through a sandstone coping
TECHNICAL NOTES: Measurement of apparent activation energy of cements in mortars by means of Langavant's semi-
adiabatic calimeter
TECHNICAL NOTES: Performance of autoclaved aerated-concrete masonry walls in Kuwait
RILEM BULLETIN: Round robin analysis and tests on bond - Invitation
RILEM BULLETIN: International symposium on brittle matrix composites - BMC5
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 127-MS: Tests for Masonry Materials and Structures
A comparison of chloride ion diffusion coefficients derived from concentration gradients and non-steady state accelerated
ionic migration
Structural reliability analysis of reinforced concrete columns: a comparison of methods to assess the probability of buckling
The split tensile test applied to rectangular concrete blocks - Numerical and analytical approach
Sensitivity study of BP-KX and B3 creep and shrinkage models
Behaviour of bonding between concrete and steel in a large post-yielding field
TECHNICAL NOTES : Study of parameters in making clayey concretes lightened with wood aggregates
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC 117-FDC: CDF TEST - Test method for the freeze-thaw and deicing resistance of
concrete - Tests with sodium chloride (CDF)
Analytical formulation of the complete stress-strain curve for high strength concrete
Experimental study of anchored bars in R.C. elements with transverse reinforcement
The influence of the type of loading and temperature on the modulus of elasticity of cement-bound mixes of milled
bituminous concrete and crushed aggregates
Ultrasonic wave attenuation as a tool for estimating frost action on limestone rocks
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY : Techniques for the mechanical characterisation of civil structures
TECHNICAL NOTES: Dilation of materials having cementitious matrices: experimental measuring and testing
RILEM BULLETIN: ICCI'96 The First International Conference on Composites in Infrastructures
RILEM BULLETIN: 7DBMC The 7th Intemational Conference on the Durability of Building Materials and Components
MODELS - Addendum to Recommendation: Short form of creep and shrinkage prediction model B3 for structures of medium
requirements and design criteria for sprayed concrete for rock support
tests on samples of compressed earth
Thermal conductivity of autoclaved aerated concrete: modelling by the self-consistent method
Comparison between high strength concrete and normal strength concrete subjected to high temperature
Validation of BTRHEOM, the new rheometer for soft-to-fluid concrete
Experimental investigation on the use of fly ash for lightweight precast structural elements
Water reducers for the high alumina cement-silica fume system
RILEM BULLETIN: International Congress - Concrete in the Service of Mankind
1997 VOL.30-No.195-204
Report of the RILEM 50th General Council
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 117-FDC: Freeze-Thaw And Deicing Resistance Of
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 120-MRS: Membrane Roofing Systems And TC RMS:
Roofing Materials And Systems: Report of CIB W.83/RILEM 120-MRS and Future Work of CIB W.83/RILEM RMS
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 127-MS:Masonry Materials And Structures: A review of
the work of RILEM Committee 127-MS: Testing masonry materials and structures
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 129-MHT: Test Methods For Mechanical Properties Of
Concrete At High Temperatures: Recommendations: Part 6 - Thermal strain
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 140-TSL: Prediction Of Service Life Of Building Materials
And Components: State-of-the-art Report
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 143-QSC: Quality Assessment Of Sprayed Concrete:
Progress Report: Functional requirements and design criteria for sprayed concrete for rock support
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 150-ECM: Efficiency Of Concrete Mixers: Report:
Efficiency of concrete mixers towards qualification of mixers
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 152-PBM: Performance Of Bituminous Materials:
Progress Report 1992-1996
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 157-PRC: Systems To Prevent Reflective Cracking In
Pavements: Progress Report 1993-1996
TECHNICAL SESSION: 26 SEPTEMBER 1996, GARSTON, UK: TC 158-AHC: The Role Of Admixtures In High Performance
Concrete: Draft State-of-the-Art Report on Admixtures in High-performance Concrete - Part 1
The LCPC Experience
RILEM BULLETIN: BRE/RILEM Seminar On The Sustainable Use Of Materials
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Tc Srm: Sustainable Application Of Mineral Raw Materials In Construction
Numerical Analysis Of Crack Propagation In Tension Specimens Of Concrete Considered As A 2D
Multicracked Granular Composite
Hydrous Transfer Within Fibrous-Cement Slates
Service Life Analysis From Field Data On Age Distributions
Frost Testing High Strength Concrete: Frost/Salt Scaling At Different Cooling Rates
Experimental Investigation On The Potential Use Of Poly Short Fibers In Fiber-Reinforced Cement-Based
Testing The Effectiveness Of Commonly-Used Site Curing Regimes
RILEM BULLETIN: International Rilem Conference - Production Methods And Workability Of Concrete
Fracture Energy Of Concrete At Early Ages
Fluid Fracture Interaction In Pressurized Reinforced Concrete Vessels
Behaviour Of Shear-Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams
The Increase In Peak Strength And Strain In Confined Concrete For A Wide Range Of Strengths And
Degrees Of Confinement
Thoughts About Drying Shrinkage: Scale Effects And Modelling
Seasonal Shrinkage Variation In Bridge Segments
Computer-Aided Statistical Quality Control In A Concrete Block Factory In Kuwait
Roman Bricks In A Marine Environment
RILEM BULLETIN: International Icpic Workshop On Polymers In Concrete For Central Europe
Estimate Of Concrete Cube Strength By Means Of Different Diameter Cores: A Statistical Approach
Confined Concrete Model Under Cyclic Load
Determination Of Length Changes Due To Moisture Variations In Autoclaved Aerated Concrete
Flexural Behaviour Of Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams
Strengthening Of Concrete Beams Using Fiber-Reinforced Plastics
Simulation Of Thermal Stress In Reinforced Concrete At Early Ages With A Simplified Model
A Mathematical Model For The Prediction Of Volume Change Cracking In End-Restrained Concrete Members
New Simplified Equation For The Computation Of Absolute Viscosity Of Polymer-Bitumens
TECHNICAL NOTES: High-Performance Concrete Mix For An Optimum Protection In Acidic Conditions
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Tc 148-Ssc: Test Methods For The Strain-Softening Response Of Concrete
Size Effects In The Biaxial Tension-Compressive Behaviour Of Concrete:Physical Machanisms And Modelling
Effect Of Drying On The Deicer Salt Scaling Resistance Of Concrete Mixtures With And Without Silica Fume
Environmental Influences On The Shrinkage Of Concrete Block Masonry
Strength Characteristics Of Stone Masonly
Local Phenomena Around A Steel Dowel Embedded In A Stone Masonry Wall
TECHNICAL NOTES: Studies On Brick Masonry Under Compression
RILEM BULLETIN: Fifth Ncb International Seminar On Cement And Building Materials
Modelling Of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Response In Tension
Tensile And Flexural Creep Rupture Tests On Partially-Damaged Concrete Specimens
Flexural Strength Characteristics Of Non-Load Bearing Masonry Walls In Kuwait
Effect Of Wet Curing Duration Upon Mechanical Properties Of Commonly-Used Concretes
Self-Desiccation And Its Importance In Concrete Technology
Introduction To A New Series Of Thin-Wall Prestressed Concrete Structures Developed In China
LOCAL MATERIALS: Raffia Palm-Reinforced Concrete Beams
RILEM BULLETIN: Third RILEM International Conference On Reflective Cracking In Pavements
Cib-Astm-Iso-Rilem Third International Symposium On Applications Of The Performance Concept In Building
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations Of Tc 127-Ms:Tests For Masonry Materials And Structures
Shrinkage Of Cement Paste And Concrete Modelled By A Multiscale Effective Homogeneous Theory
Experimental Determination Of Moisture Properties Of Hardened Cement Pastes, Showing Hysteresis Effects
Thermohydrometric And Mechanical Behaviour Of Concrete Using Damage Models
Cold Stabilization Of Montmorillonite-Based Materials Using Portland Cement
Accelerating The Hydration Of Calcium Sulfate Hemihydrate Via High Energy Mixing
Numerical Simulation Of Hydrous Transfer Within Fibrous-Cement Slates
TECHNICAL NOTES: On The Measurement Of Concrete Fracture Energy Using Three-Point Bend Tests
TECHNICAL NOTES: Determination Of Shear Modulus And Poisson'S Ratio Of Polymers And Foams By The Anti-Clastic
Plate-Bending Method
RILEM BULLETIN: Second RILEM International Conference On Diagnosis Of Concrete Structures
Gas Premeability Coefficient Of Cover Concrete As A Performance Control
Porosity And Liquid Absorption Of Cement Paste
Study Of Reinforced Concrete Slabs After Three Years Of Cathodic Protection Under Severe Conditions
Self-Sealing Property Of Concrete - Experimental Evidence
The Effect Of Polymer Addition On The Electrical Behaviour Of Ordinary And Pulverized Fly Ash Modified
Cement Mortars
Concrete Crack Repair By Stitches
Bond Strength Tests On Deformed Reinforcement In Normal-Weight Concrete
Mechanical Properties Of Quenched And Self-Tempered Reinforcing Steel At Elevated Temperatures
Compared With Recommendations Of Eurocode 2 - Part 1-2
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations Of Tc 119-Tce: Avoidance Of Thermal Cracking In Concrete At Early
Aging Damage Model Of Concrete Behavior During The Leaching Process
Properties Of Fresh Concrete Incorporating A High Volume Of Fly Ash As Partial Fine Sand Replacement
Behaviour Of Crystallised Phases Of Portland Cement Upon Water Attack
Strengthening Of Historic Masonry Structures With Composite Materials
Utilization Of Oil-Contaminated Sands In Asphalt Concrete For Secondary Roads
TECHNICAL NOTES: Application Of A Homogenisation Technique To A One-Dimensional Bar Exhibiting Strain-Softening
RILEM BULLETIN: R'97-Recovery,Recycling,Re-Integration 3Rd International Congress And Company Displays
Strength Tests On Blocks Of Compressed Earth
Simulation Of Hygral Crack Growth In Concrete Repair Systems
Thermally Induced Softening And Cracking In Concrete With Minimum Reinforcement
Moisture In Concrete Subjected To Different Kinds Of Curing
Properties Of Some Cement Stabilised Compressed Earth Blocks And Mortars
TECHNICAL NOTES: Anchorage Capacity Of Reinforcing Bars In Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Lintels
TECHNICAL NOTES: Performance Of Sacrificial Anodes To Protect The Splash Zone Of Concrete Piles
TECHNICAL NOTES: Contribution To A Simulation Study Of The Extrusion Process-Development Of A New Device
TECHNICAL NOTES: Experimental Studies Of New Ductile Coupling Beams And Multi-Storey Shear Walls
Letters To The Editor
Meso-Level Analysis Of Moisture Flow In Cement Composites Using a Lattice-Type Approach
Thoughts About Drying Shrinkage: Experimental Results And Quantification Of Structural Drying Creep
An Analysis Of The Shear Strength Of Recycled Aggregates
Durability Of Cementitious Binder Derived From Industrial Wastes
Use Of Electrochemical Noise For Studying The Rate Of Corrosion Of Reinforcements Embedded In Concrete
Compatibility And Storage Stability Of Styrene-Butadiene-Styrene Copolymer Modified Bitumens
TECHNICAL NOTES: Fixation Of Napthalene Sulfonate And Melamine Sulfonate Based Admixtures In Mortars And Concretes
TECHNICAL NOTES: Abrasion Test For Precast Paving Products
TECHNICAL NOTES: A New Device For Planar Shear Tests On Wood-Based Panels
Notice To Authors And Readers Of Materials And Structures
1998 VOL.31-No.205-214
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC127-MSTests for Masonry Materials and Structures Recommendations: MS-A1:
Determination of the resistance of wallettes against sulphates and chlorides
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC127-MSTests for Masonry Materials and Structures Recommendations: MS-A2:
Uni-directional salt crystallization test for masonry units
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC127-MSTests for Masonry Materials and Structures Recommendations: MS-A4:
Determination of the durability of hardened mortar
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC127-MSTests for Masonry Materials and Structures Recommendations: MS-B1:
Freeze/thaw test of masonry panels
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: 164-echanics of Earth as a Building Material : A wetting-drying test for
cement-stabilised compressed earth blocks
Analysis fo progressive damage to reinforced ordinary and high performance concrete in relation to loading
Size effect and fracture energy studies using compact compression specimens
Losd transfer mechanisms masonry: Friction along a crack within a brick
Water extraction out of mortar during brick laying: A NMR study
Low-temperature cracking of polymer-modified bitumens
TECHNICAL NOTES:Determining mechanical properties and main characteristic values of Poplar plywood by medium-sized
test pieces
RILEMBULLETIN :The Second East Asia Symposium on Polymers in Concrete(-EASPIC)
RILEMBULLETIN :Workshop on Prestress Losses in Nuclear Power Plant Containments
RILEMBULLETIN :International Conference: Composite Construction - Conventional and Innovative
Cracked and repaired concrete subject to fluid penetration
Mechanical properties of structural concrete incorporating a high volume of Class F fly ash as partial fine sand replacement
Mechanics of aggregate rebound in shotcrete (Part
ffect of interior and exterior insulation on the hygrothermal behaviour of exposed walls
Gas and water vapour transport through polymer based protective materisls for stone monuments: Fluorinated polyurethanes
TECHNICAL REPORTS: High performance concrete - An overview
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Numerical and experimental stiffness characterizations applied to soft textile composites for tensile
Evaluation of mineral building materials: Problems related to resistivity methods
A sample holder for the study of isothermal heat of hydration of cement
RILEM BULLETIN: Fifth RILEM Symposium on Mechanical Test Methods for Bituminous Materials
RILEM BULLETIN: Second RILEM Workshop on Hydration and Setting: hy Does Cement Set? An Interdisciplinary
RILEM BULLETIN: STRUMAS IV - International Symposium on Comptuer Methods in Masonry
11th International Brick/Block Masonry Conference
RILEM 51st ANNUAL MEETING: Technical Session
RILEM 51st ANNUAL MEETING: 50th Anniversary of
RILEM 51st ANNUAL MEETING: Research and Testing at EMPA
Deelopment of a general model of aggregate rebound for dry-mix shotcrete (Part
fluece of hydraulic pressure in fracture mechanics modelling of crack propagation concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Developments and applications of high-performance concrete
Amendment to: Barrier performance of concrete: a review of fluid transport theory
Determination of moisture distributions in porous building materials by Neutron Transmission Analysis
Influence of initial microstructuring of the cement paste in fresh mortar on early hydration binding
Improving the structure of the interfacial zone and its influence on the long-term behaviour of mortars
Methods of determination of the hydric diffusivity of hardened cement pastes
A proposal for the prediction of the characteristic cube strength of concrete from tests on small cores of various diameters
The strengthening and deformation behaviour of reinforced concrete beams upgraded using prestressed composite plates
Application of fiber Bragg Grating in local and remote infrastructure health monitoring
Evaluation of cement grouts for embedding anchors under water
Concrete practices in the Arabian Peninsula and the Gulf
RILEM BULLETIN: International Conference on Concrete Bridges
RILEM BULLETIN: 1st International Symposium on the Scientific Basis for Nuclear Waste Management (97)
RILEM BULLETIN: ifth International Symposium on Brittle Matrix Composites (
RILEM BULLETIN: Third Internationl Symposimu on Non-Metallic () Reinforcement for Concrete Structures (-

: RecommendationsPart 7Transient Creep for service and accident conditions

xperimental determination of Kllc normal strength concrete
Scaling behaviour and dual renormalisation of the experimental softening responses
Penetration of chlorides in relation to the microcracking state into reinforced ordinary and high strength concrete
Microstructure and transport properties of porous building materials
Influence of wet curing duration upon mechanical properties of cover concrete
Air cooling of concrete by means of embedded cooling pipes - Part aboratory tests of hest transfer coefficients
Benchmarking grouts for magnesium sulfate bearing exposures
Effect of polypropylene fibre reinforced mortars on steel reinforcement corrosion induced by carbonation
TECHNICAL REPORTS: A penetration test to study the mechanical response of mortar in ancient masonry buildings
RILEM BULLETIN: The Second International Symposium on Durability of Building Sealants
RILEM BULLETIN: The International Symposium on Structural Safety and Reliability ICOSSAR97)
MSA6Method for triaial compression tests on mortar specimens taken from bed joints
MSB2Measurement of the shear strength index of bed joints
MSB3Bond strength of reinforcement in bed joints
MSD2Determination of masonry rebound hardness
ygrothermal and mechanical model of concrete at high temperature
Air cooling of concrete by means of embedded cooling pipes - Part pplication in design
Criteria of injectability of very fine cement grouts
Expansive cement blend for use in shrinkage-compensating mortars
Modelling the behaviour of wood under constant torque
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Seismic performance behavior of beam-column connections in prestressed concrete bridges
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Mechanical propertise and wear strenghs in aluminum-alumina composites
TECHNICAL REPORTS: The use of magnetic resonance imaging techniques in assessing the uptake of surface treatments
and water movement through stone faces
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Time-delayed rupture of stones under low tensile and bending stress states
Factors controlling cracking of concrete affected by reinforcement corrosion
Cracking of concrete structures due to imposed strains with regard to design of reinforcement
Crack propagation in concrete subjected to flexural-cyclic loading
Protection provided by surface treatments against chloride induced corrosion
Experimental studies on low-rise structural walls
A comparative study on the approximate analysis of masonry structures
Effects of carbonaceous particles and heavy metals on mortar-SO2 reactions
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Triaxial creep behaviour of plain concrete at high stresses: A survey of theoretical models
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fresh concrete: A Hershel-Bulkley material
RILEM BULLETIN: Fourth International Symposium on Roofing Technology
RILEM BULLETIN: Dr. Dale Bentz, Robert L'Hermite Medallist for 1998
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC107-reepandshrinkagepredictionmodelsprinciplesoftheirformation
recommendasionMeasurement of time-dependent strains of concrete
STRUCTURESRecommendations: 3nidirectional freeze-thaw test for masonry units and wallettes
STRUCTURESRecommendations: 5etermination damage to wallettes caused by acid rain
reinfored concrete elements and a possible size effect
Details of reinforcement of autoclaved aerated concrete lintels for shear and anchorage
Reinforcement of cementitious matrices by warp knitted fabrics
Low temperature stress growth and relaxation in crack sealing materials
Effest of initial creep conditions and temporary unloading on the long-term response of stones
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Self-sealing, autogenous healing and continued hydration: What is the difference?
TECHNICAL REPORTS: A water sorptivity test for mortar and concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: 2nd International RILEM Conference on the Interfacial Transition Zone in Cementitious Composites
Centrifugal dynamic determination of isothermal moisture transport parameters inside a nealy saturated porous material
Experimental study of the hydro-chemical coupling inside maturing concretes: effect on various types of shrinkage
Fracture and shear properties of concrete construction joints from core samples
A coupling model of reinforced concrete fracture
Structural behavior of reinforced concrete frame-wall components
Design of high performance concrete corbels
The ancient Kamirian water storage tank: A proof of concrete technology and durability for three millenniums
Behaviour of ferrocement confined reinforced concrete (FCRC) under axial compression
stress system of composite concrete-timber berams
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Testing the durability of wood
On strength of porous materil: Simple systems and densified systems
Modeling and empirical formulas for chemical corrosion and stress corrosion of cementitious materias
New test method to evaluate the impact behaviour of biaxially confined concrete
Shake table tests on prestressed concrete frames
Experimental study of fracture of lightly reinforced concrete beams
A damage index for the characterization of confined masonry subjected to lateral cyclical loads
TECHNICALS REPORTS: Lagoon PFA: Feasibility for use as a binder in concrete
TECHNICALS REPORTS: Bond of reinforcement in eccentric pullout silica fume concrete specimens
TECHNICALS REPORTS: Time-dependent behaviour of a windened reinforced concrete under-bridge
RILEM BULLETIN: Sixth International Symposium on Ferrocement, Lambot Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
June 7-10, 1998
Gas permeability of concrete in relation to its dagree of saturation
An inverse problem analysis for determination of probabilistic parameters of concrete behaviour modeled by a statistical
Self-desiccation microcracking and HPC and VHPC durability
A micromechanical model for linear homogenization of brick masonry
Dynamic response under human movements
Effect of wind on drying from porous building materials surfaces : a simple model in steady state
Deterioration in XI-XIV century arab remparts(Granada,Spain)
Cellulose fibres reinforced plaster
Continuous ultrasonic measurements during setting and hardening of building materials
TECHNICAL REPORTS: On the compressive strength development of high-performance concrete and paste-effect silica
LOCAL MATERIALS: Uniaxial deformation-stress behaviour of tha rammed-earth of tha Alcazaba Cadima
LECTURE NOTES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION: Teaching materials to civil engineers : risk and safety , experiments and
Tha effects of age up to 18 years under various exposure conditions on tha tensile properties of a polypropylene fibre
reinforced cement composite
Bond characteristics of corroding in concrete beams
Development of a multiple linear regression model for predicting tha 28-day compressive strength of Portland pozzolan
Lifetime of concrete dam models under costant loads
Experimental evaluation of the modal characteristics of a framed building and adjustment of the mathematical model
Shear stress contributions and failure mechanisms of high strength reinforced concrete beams
A model for cracking in fibre-reinforced concrete structures
Rheological properties of SEBS , EVA and EBA polymer modified bitumens
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Assessment of glass fibre reinforced cement by in-situ SEM bending test
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fracture assessment of a high strength structural steel on tha basis of Eurocode 3
LOCAL MATERIALS: Characterisation of compacted road sandcretes: Study applied to Senegal
Materials and technologies for sustainable construction
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: TC 116-PCD: Permeability of concrete as a criterion of its durability Final
report:Concrete durability-An approach towards performance testing
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 116-PCD: Tests for gas permeability of concrete: A.
Preconditioning of concrete test specimens for the measurement of gas permeability and capillary absorption of water
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 116-PCD: Tests for gas permeability of concrete: B.
Measurement of the gas permeability of concrete by the RILEM-CEMBUREAU method
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 116-PCD: Tests for gas permeability of concrete: C.
Determination of the capillary absorption of water of haedened concrete
Modelling of the processes during steady-state migration tests: Quantification of transference numbers
Modelling cement microstructure: pixels,particles,and property prediction
Analytical study on the cracking transition of concrete shear key
The role of silica fume in the direct tensile strength of cement-based materials
Size effect and boundary cinditions in the Brazilian test: Experimental verification
Energy dissipation and the deformation resistance of bituminous mixtures
Molecular weight distribution of regular asphalts from dynamic material functions
AFREM test procedures concerning chlorides in concrete: extraction and titration methods
Laboratory investigation of rheological properties and scaling resistance of self-consolidating concrete
Electrochemical aspects of the accelerated test of chloride ions permeability
Choloride penetration into concrete in marine environment - PartI: Main parameters affecting chloride penetration
Degree of hydration based Kelvin model for the basic creep of early age concrete
Numerical modeling - A new tool for understanding shotcrete
Assessment of washout resistance of underwater concrete : a comparison between CRD C61 and new MC-1 tests
Behaviour of headed stud shear connectors under low-cycle high amplitude displacements
Fatigue behaviour and size effect perpendicular to the grain of laminated Douglas fir veneer
The application of the dissipated energy method for assessing the performance of polymer-modified bituminous mixtures
Anatomic parameters and failure behaviour in spruce lumber
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM Technical Committees created in 1998
LECTURE NOTES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION: Design of concrete structures for durability and strength to Eurocode 2
Structural behaviour of sandwich panel shear walls: an experimental analysis
Sorptivity and the estimation of water penetration into unsatured concrete
Experimental study of static and cyclic behaviour of steel fiber reinforced high performance concrete
Chloride penetration into concrete in marine environment - PartII: Prediction of long term chloride penetration
Cracking of prestressed concrete structures: modelisation, validation and interpretation
Permeability of cracked concrete
Degradation of lime-pozzolan mortar exposed to dry deposition of SO
pollutant gas : influence of curing temperature
Tensile creep behavior of high strength concretes at early ages
Micromechanical properties of cementitious composites
TECHNICAL REPORTS: In-place compressive strength of concrete : statistical methods to evaluate experimental data
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Guidelines for the submission of electronic manuscripts
An experimental study of the mechanical behaviour of a mortar and its permeability under deviatoric loading
A two stage procedure for assessment of in situ concrete strength using combined non-destructive testing
Characterisation of fibre reinforced concrete's performance after a flexural test - On subjectivity of toughness indices
Evolution of pore solution chemistry , electro-osmosis and redar corrosion rate induced by realkalisation
Size effect and boundary conditions in the Brazilian Test: Theoretical analysis
Study of concrete under combined shear compression loading. Evaluation of cracking tangential stress
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Computer-aided statistical evaluation of the strength data obtained during construction of Khairabab
Bridge in Pakistan
Finite element analysis of high strength concrete beams : modelling and validation
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Effect of transverse reinforcement on bond strength of reinforcing bars in silica fume concrete
Fluidity of cement pastes with mineral admixtures and superplasticizer - A study based on the Marsh cone test
FE-Modelling of cover splitting due to corrosion by use of inner softening band
Chloride influence on equilibrium properties of mortars
Influence of mix proportions and curing conditions on tensile splitting strength of high strength concrete
Influence of maturityon creep of high performance concrete with sealed curing
A new model for predicting crack width with different percentages of reinforcement and concrete strength classes
Accelerating weathering of "tuffeau" blocks submitted to wetting-drying cycles
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Strength and durability of lightweight concrete in hot marine exposure conditions
LOCAL MATERIALS: Non-linear behaviour of the compressed earthen block by elasticity-damage coupling
LOCAL MATERIALS: Technological characteristics of the calcined limestone from Agios Panteleimonas,Macedonia,Greece
Diffusion in partially-saturated porous materials
Impact resistance of fiber reinforced wet-mix shotcrete - Part1:Beam tests
British standard and RILEM water absorption tests: a critical evaluation
A simplified design approach to corbels made with high strength concrete
Visual characterization of the deterioration developing on stone cylindrical samples aged by salt spray dynamic simulation
Rheology and bonding characteristics of self -leveling concrete as a repair material
Characterisation of fibre reinforced concrete's performance after a flexural test - Part 2: Identification of an intrinsic
behaviour relationship in tension
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Wet deposition studies of hydraulic mortars
TECHNICAL REPORTS: An isotropic damage model for concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: About the measurement of the air content in mortar
RILEM BULLETIN: Third International RILEM Workshop on High Performance Fiber-reinforced Cement Composites:
Hygral stress in hardened cement paste
Development of a new experimental technique for the study of the autogenous shrinkage of cement paste
Impact resistance of fiber reinforced wet-mix shotcrete - Part2: Plate tests
Fluxural behaviour prediction of reinforced concrete corbels, taking in account the concrete damage
Serviceability characteristics of flowing repairs to propped and unpropped bridge structures
The three dimensional modeling of thermal cracks in concrete structure
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Factorial design models for proportioning self-consolidating concrete
LOCAL MATERIALS: Clayey soil behaviour under static compaction test
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Discussion of 'A water sorptivity test for water and concrete'
RILEM BULLETIN: Third International RILEM Workshop on High Performance Fiber-reinforced Cement Composites:
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Environmental design methods in materials and structural engineering-Progress Report of
Numerical and experimental analysis of high strength concrete beams, reinforced with high yield steel bars submitted to
Thermo-mechanical properties of Penly reactor envelope at temperatures up to 200
Microstructural characteristics of HPC under different thermo-mechanical and thermo-hydraulic conditions
Statistical analysis of confined high strength concrete
Characterisation of the gas transport properties of porous materials by determining the radon diffusion coefficient
Reliability of timber structures under long term loads
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Bond mechanism of FRP rebars to concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 162-TDF:Test and design methods for steel fibre
reinforced concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 129-MHT:Test methods for mechanical properties
ofconcrete at high temperatures: Part 8:Steady-state creep and creep recovery
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Durability design of concrete structures - Committee report 130-CSL
Non-steady-state chloride diffusion coefficients obtained from migration and natural diffusion tests. Part I: Comparison
between several methods of calculation
Thermal reactivity of slag cement binders and the response of high strength concrete to in-situ curing conditions
Use of conditioned PFA as a fine aggregate component in concrete
Advances in the knowledge of the influence of moisture changes on the long-term mechanical performance of timber
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Effects of aggregate concentration and size in fresh concrete pressure on formwork walls
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fly ash - lime - phosphogypsum cementitious binder: A new trend in bricks
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Parametric study for the creation of the interface between concrete and repair products
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 162-TDF:-design method
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: A review of the work of the RILEM TC 159-ETC:Engineering of the interfacial transition
zone in cementitious composites
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: International assessment of aggregates for alkali-aggregate reactivity
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: RILEM TC 169-MTE:Tests methods for load transferring metalwork used in timber
engineering - Progress Report
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: RILEM TC 160-MLN:Methodology for life prediction of concrete structures in nuclear
power plants - Progress Report
Drying cracks:Kinematics and scale laws
Viscoelastic behavior of concrete in tension and dimensional compatibility of concrete repairs
Optimizing the performance characteristics of beams strengthened with bonded CFRP laminates
Computational method for predicting the long-term performance of timber beams in variable climates
TECHNICAL REPORTS: A study of the CEN test method for measurement of the carbonation depth of hardened concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: First International RILEM Symposium on Self-Compacting Concrete
RILEM BULLETIN: Erratum Micromechanical properties of cementitious composites
Microstructure and transport properties of porous building materials.: Three-dimensional X-ray tomographic studies
Behaviour of composite substructures with full and partial shear connection under quasi-static cyclic and pseudo-dynamic
Cracking behaviour of concrete beams reinforced with a combination of ordinary reinforcement and steel fibers
Experimental analysis of spontaneous dimensional variations in sand-slag mixes during hydration
Behaviour of round steel fibre reinforced concrete panels under point loads
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Use of focused ion beam (FIB) for advanced interpretation of microindentation test results applied to
cementitiouus composites
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Portable probe gas permeability: a non-destructive test for the in-situ characterisation of historic
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Pore-structure and water transport properties of surface-treated building stones
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Ultrasonic wave velocity signal interpretation of simulated concrete bridge decks
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 129-MHT:Test methods for mechanical properties of concrete
at high temperatures - Part 4: Tensile strength for service and accident conditions
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 129-MHT:Test methods for mechanical properties of concrete
at high temperatures - Part 9: Shrinkage for service and accident conditions
Characteristics and durability test of magnesium phosphate cement-based material for rapid repair of concrete
The effect of shale in quartzite aggregate on the creep and shrinkage of concrete - A comparison with RILEM Model B3
Influence of composition and curing on drying shrinkage of aerated concrete
The effect of heavy persistent actions into the behaviour of ancient masonry
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Evaluation of technical performance of concrete vegetable oil based release agents
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Roofs membranes - The Swedish practice in light of EOTA TB 97/24/9.3.1 PT3 Durability
RILEM BULLETIN: The Third International Symposium on Durability of Building and Construction Sealants (2000-DBCS)
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 106-AAR: Alkali aggregate reaction: A - TC 106-2 -
Detection of potential alkali-reactivity of aggregates - The ultra-accelerated mortar-bar test
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 106-AAR: Alkali aggregate reaction: B - TC 106-3 -
Detection of potential alkali-reactivity of aggregates - Method for aggregate combinations using concrete prisms
Residual compressive strength and microstructure of high performance concre teafter exposure to high temperature
Finite element evaluation of the boundary conditions for biaxial testing of high strength concrete
The effect of specimen size on the fracture energy and softening function of concrete
Application of factorial models to predict the effect of anti-washout admixture, Superplasticizer and cement on slump, flow
time and washout resistance of underwater concrete
Mixed recycling with emulsion and cement of asphalt pavements.Design procedure and improvements achieved
Changes in the permeability to gas of calcareous stone core samples exposed to salt spray
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Utility of statistical models in proportioning self-consolidating concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 148-SSC:Test method of the strein-softening behaviour of
concrete under uniaxial compression
Consequence of cement constituents, mix composition and curing conditions for self-desiccation in concrete
Slump improvement mechanism of alkalies in PNS superplasticized cement pastes
Fictitious degree of hydration method for the basic creep of early age concrete
Round-Robin analysis of over-reinforced concrete beams - Comparison of results
Testing and performance of fiber-reinforced, self-consolidating concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Study on high performance roller compacted concrete
Use of water absorption by concrete as a criterion of the durability of concrete - Application to recycled aggregate concrete
Stress-strain curve for the design of high-strength concrete elements
Effect of fine particles on some characteristics of granular base courses
Developing unified rheological curves for polymer-modified asphalts - Part . Theoretical analysis
Developing unified rheological curves for polymer-modified asphalts - Part . Experimental verification
Bitumens modified with recycled polymers
Fracture of parallel strand lumber (PSL) under impact loading
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Pull-out tests of steel-encased specimens subjected to reversed cycling loading
TECHNICAL REPORTS: A comparison between bending and diametral fatigue tests for bituminous materials
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Variability of efficiency factors characterising mineral admixtures
Method of the concrete equivalent mortar (CEM) - A new tool to design concrete containing admixture
Development of the stiffness damage test (SDT) for characterisation of thermally loaded concrete,
Measuring the membrane potential across cement-based materials,
Experimental response of top and seat angle semi-rigid steel frame connections,
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Initial and final setting time of concrete in hot weather,
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Prameters related to fiber length and processing in cementitious composites,
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fibre reinforced gypsum binder composite,its microstructure and durability,
LOCAL MATERIALS: Rheology of walls in compressed earth blocks in uniaxial compression: study and modelling
Mechanical behaviour of corroded reinforced concrete beams - Part 1: Experimental study of corroded beams
Mechanical behaviour of corroded reinforced concrete beams - Part 2: Bond and notch effects
Fracture mechanical properties of high-performance concrete - Influence of silica fume
Developing an aging model to evaluate engineering properties of asphalt paving binders
Numerical simulation of multi-species diffusion
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Use of recycled concrete aggregate in high-strength concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Ultrasonic monitoring of setting and hardening of cement mortar - A new device
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Role of casting position on bond strength of confined tension lap splices in silica fume concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: The petrography and microstructure of medieval lime mortars from the west of Scotland: Implications
for the formulation of repair and replacement mortars
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 154EMC: Electrochemical techniques for measuring
metallic corrosion: Test methods for on site measurement of resistivity of concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 167COM: Characterization of old mortars: Quantitative
analysis of historical mortars using optical microscopy
Effectiveness of surface coatings to protect reinforced concrete in marine environments
Investigation on mechanical properties of young concrete
Composition of lime-cement and air-entrained cement mortar as a function of distance to the brick-mortar
interface:consequences for masonry
Influence of chemical admixture on the properties of porous and draining cement concrete
Good reinforced concrete in the Arabian Gulf area
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 162-TDF: Test and design methods for steel fibre
reinforced concrete: Uni-axial tension test for steel fibre reinforced concrete
Crack development in concrete structures due to imposed strains - Part : Modelling
Crack development in concrete structures due to imposed strains - Part : Parametric study of a wall fully restrained at the
Strain-rate effect on the tensile behaviour of concrete at different relative humidity levels
Variation in steel-mortar bond strength and microstructure in cathodically protected specimens after two-year exposure
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Service life prediction of concrete bridge decks repaired with bonded concrete overlays
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Investigation on strengthening and strain sensing techniques for concrete structures using FRP
composites and FBG sensors
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Designing and perfecting a tribometer for the study of friction of a concentrated clay-water mixture
against a metallic surface
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Resistographic inspection of ancient timber structures for the evaluation of mechanical
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 182-PEB: 'Performance testing and evaluation of
bituminous materials' Stiffness testing for bituminous materials
Calculation of natural frequencies of beam structures including concentrated mass effects by the dynamic stiffness matrix
Characterisation of pore structure by combining mercury porosimetry and micrography
Effects of elevated temperature exposure on heating characteristics, spalling, and residual properties of high performance
Pull-out behaviour of steel rods bonded into timber
Industrial applications of the dolomite from Potamia, Thassos Island, N.Aegean Sea, Greece
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Consideration of durability of concrete structures: Past, present. And future
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Crack width evaluation in FRP reinforced concrete members
RILEM BULLETIN: Conclusions of the Sixth International Symposium on Brittle Matrix Composites BMC6, 9-11 October
2000, Warsaw, Poland,
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Discussion of 'AFREM test procedures concerning chlorides in concrete: Extraction and titration
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 127-MS: Tests for masonry materials and structures -
MS.D3:Radar investigation of masonry
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 127-MS: Tests for masonry materials and structures -
MS.D4:Measurement of local dynamic behavior for masonry
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 127-MS: Tests for masonry materials and structures -
MS.D8:Electrical conductivity investigation of masonry
Steel fiber reinforced high-performance concrete: a study on the mechanical properties and resistance against impact
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Bit shape geometric considerations when sampling by dry drilling for obtaining chloride profiles in
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Experimental study of the behavior of reinforced high-strength concrete short corbels
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Role of casting position on bond strength of reinforcement in eccentric pullout silica fume concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Concrete protection using acrylic latex paints: Effect of the pigment volume content on water
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Repair of a chemical industry jetty in Aqaba-Jordan,
Experimental study of cement-based solidification of dredged sludge: assessment of the porosity and pore structure after
Modeling the behavior of unsaturated cement systems exposed to aggressive chemical environments
Mechanical properties of steel fibre reinforced lightweight concrete with pumice stone or expanded clay aggregates
The hygrometric behavior of some artificial stone materials used as elements of masonry walls
Fracture mechanics in the characterization of brick masonry structures
An end-notched beam test for specific fracture energy in mixed mode in timber
Glued-in rods for timber stuctures - An experimental study of softening behaviour
Stress-strain behavior of reinforcing steel and concrete under seismic strain rates and low temperatures,
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Welded Tempcore reinforcement behaviour for seismic applications
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Analysis of cracking plane geometry in old sandstone columns
Use of slags taken from blast furnaces for the improvement of petroleum cements of type "G"
Infulence of size on fracture energy of concrete
Interaction between thermal dilation and autogenous deformation in high performance concrete
Effect of silica fume on the plastic shrinkage and pore water pressure of high-strength concretes
Early chemical shrinkage due to dissolution and hydration of cement
Cracking behaviour of reinforced concrete subjected to early-age shrinkage
Numerical modelling of volume changes at early ages - Potential, pitfalls and challenges
Experimental study on the plastic rotation capacity of reinforced high strength concrete beams
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Fracture and failure of thermally damaged concrete under tensile loading
RILEM BULLETIN: In memory of Prof.Tibor Javor, M.Sc, PhD., DrSc
Non-steady-state chloride diffusion coefficients obtained from migration and natural diffusion tests.Part : Different
experimental conditions. Joint relations
Experimental results obtained with proposed RILEM durability test method for curtain wall sealants
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Particle size distribution of fine powders by LASER diffraction spectrometry.
Case of cementitious materials
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Flexural fatigue behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete before and after cracking
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Corrosion of steel reinforcement in hot countries, an acute case study
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Effect of cement paste on drinking water
TECHNICAL REPORTS: The effect of polymer addition on alkali silica reactions in cementitious mortars
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Homogenization of FRP pultruded elements: a computational procedure for designing composite
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 167-COM: 'Characterization of old mortars'
COM-C1 Assessment of mix proportions in historical mortars using quantitative optical microscopy
The effect of instrument resolution on diffusion coefficients measured using NMR spectroscopy
Comparison of 2 year carbonation depths of common cement concretes using the modified dreft CEN test
Environmental evaluation of materials and building processes: application of the life cycle analysis to the construction of an
industrial hall
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Roller compacted concrete - tensile strength of horizontal joints
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Analysis and design of FRP externally-reinforsed concrete beams against debonding-type failures
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Short-term corrosion rate measurement of OPC and HPC reinforced concrete specimens by
electrochemical techniques
TECHNICAL REPORTS: An experimental study on the repair of concrete crack by electrochemical technique
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Sorptivity: a reliable measurement for surface absorption of masonry brick units
RILEM BULLETIN: RILEM International Conference on Early Age Cracking in Cementitious Systems (EAC'01), Haifa, Israel,
March 2001
RILEM BULLETIN: Prof.Dr.Geert De Schutter, 2001 Robert L'Hermite Medallist
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Anchor bolts in concrete structures: summary of round robin tests and analysis arranged
by RILEM TC 90-FAM 'Fracture Mechanics of Concrete - Applications'
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: International RILEM Workshop on Life Prediction and Aging Management of Concrete
An integrated approach to the development of performance test methods and their application to evaluation and design
Effect of loss of bond in lap splices of flexurally loaded reinforced concrete masonry walls
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Decision of the Nordic test methods for measuring the chloride diffusion/migration coefficients of
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Stereological analysis of micromechanical behavior of concrete
Serviceability of reinforced high performance concrete slabs
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Biological studies on a concrete dam
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Cement matrix 2-2 piezoelectric composite - Part 1. Sensory effect
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 176-IDC: Internal damage of concrete due to frost action
CIF-Test: Capillary suction, internal damage and freeze thaw test-
Reference method and alternative methods A and B
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of TC 176-IDC: Internal damage of concrete due to frost action
Slab test: Freeze/thaw resistance of concrete - Internal deterioration
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Round-Robin test on chloride analysis in concrete - Part : Analysis of total chloride
Drying/hydration in cement pastes during curing
TECHNICAL REPORTS: Specifying concrete for chloride environments using controlled permeability formwark
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Recommendations of RILEM TC 139-DBS:Durability of Building Sealants
Durability test method - Determination of changes in adhesion, cohesion and apparance of elastic weatherproofing sealants
for high movement faade joints after exposure to artificial weathering
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEES: Round-Robin test on chloride analysis in concrete - Part : Analysis of weter soluble
chloride content
Pore water distribution in mortar during drying as determined by NMR
Influence of damage on the fractal properties of concrete subjected to pure tension
Impact resistance of laterally confined fibre reinforced concrete plates
Permeability and pore structure evolution of silico-calcareous and hematite high-strength concretes submitted to high
High temperature performance grade specification of asphalt binder from the material's volumetric-flow rate
Experimental evaluation of the ductility of a reduced-scale reinforced masonry building
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESTC 160-MLN 'Methodology for life prediction of concrete structures in nuclear power
plants' Probabilistic methods for assessing current and future performance of concrete structures in nuclear power plants
Fundamental study of early age concrete behaviour as a basis for durable concrete structures
An optimised preconditioning procedure for gas permeability measurement
Size effect of test specimens on tensile splitting strength of concrete: general relation
Determination of the coefficient of thermal expansion of high performance concrete from initial setting
Limit of validity of the moisture diffusivity for the study of moisture transfer inside terracotta
TECHNICAL REPORTSStrength of short concrete columns confined with CFRP sheets
TECHNICAL REPORTSNonlinear dynamic moduli in asphalt
LOCAL MATERIALSWeathering of vegetable fibre-clinker free cement composites
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRILEM TC 167-COM: 'Characterisation of old mortars with respect to their repair'
In-situ visual analysis and practical sampling of historic mortars
Properties of early age concrete - Experiments and modelling1
Effects of microstructure on restrained autogenous shrinkage behavior in high strength concretes at early ages1
Restrained shrinkage cracking: the role of shrinkage reducing admixtures and specimen geometry1
Early age creep and stress relaxation of concrete containing blended cements1
Efficiency of lightweight aggregates for internal curing of high strength concrete to eliminate autogenous shrinkage1
Active and non-active porosity in concrete - Part 1: Experimental evidence
Active and non-active porosity in concrete - Part 2: Evaluation of existing models
Full-scale tests on rectangular hollow bridge piers
TECHNICAL REPORTSOptimization of the test method for determining the bonding quality of core plywood (blockboard)
Drying, moisture distribution, and shrinkage of cement-based materials
Moisture diffusivities evaluated at high moisture levels from a series of water absorption tests
Evaluation of thermodynamic properties of concrete substrates and cement slurries modified with admixtures
Correlations in the behaviour of fibre reinforced shotcrete beam and panel specimens
Effect of different geometric polypropylene fibers on plastic shrinkage cracking of cement mortars
TECHNICAL REPORTSCompatibility between flooring materials and concrete
TECHNICAL REPORTSExperimental method for the determination of the failure energy of ordinary concretes
TECHNICAL REPORTSThe effects of fibres on the plastic shrinkage cracking of high strength concrete
RILEM BULLETIN A Tribute to Fernando L. L. B. Carneiro (1913 - 2001)Engineer and Scientist who invented the
Brazilian Test
Influence of concrete relative humidity on the amplitude of Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) signal
Electrical measurement to characterize concrete damage
The Pickett effect at early age and experiment separating its mechanisms in tension
Evaluation of the role of transverse reinforcement in confining tension lap splices in high strength concrete
Experimental identification of Biot's hydro-mechanical coupling coefficient for cement mortar
Shear transfer capacity along pumice aggregate concrete and high-performance concrete interfaces
Two different stochastic approaches modelling the decay process of masonry surfaces over time
TECHNICAL REPORTSRelation between abrasion resistance and flexural strength of high volume fly ash concrete
Recommendations of RILEM TC 162-TDF: Test and design methods for steel fibre reinforced concrete
Design of steel fibre reinforced concrete using the sigma-w method: principles and applications
Preliminary study of multiscale analysis in fibre reinforced concrete
Experimental and analytical studies for the choice of repair techniques applied to historic buildings
Properties of lime stabilised steam-cured blocks for masonry
TECHNICAL REPORTSComparison of particle packing models for proportioning concrete constituents for minimum voids
LOCAL MATERIALSStudy of the effects of cogrinding of sand and clinker on the properties of sandcrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESTension of reinforced concrete prisms. Bond properties of reinforcement bars embedded
in concrete tie elements.
Summary of a RILEM round-robin investigation arranged by TC 147-FMB 'Fracture Mechanics to Anchorage and Bond'
Explanation of size effect in concrete fracture using non-uniform energy distribution
Behavior of fiber reinforced concrete-filled tubular columns in compression
TECHNICAL REPORTSStress-strain behavior of concrete columns confined with hybrid composite materials
TECHNICAL REPORTSCyclic behavior of HPFRC-repaired reinforced concrete interior beam-column joints
TECHNICAL REPORTSEvaluation of fibre optic sensors for structural condition monitoring
TECHNICAL REPORTSUse of municipal solid waste incineration residues in the fabrication of concrete paving
TECHNICAL REPORTSExperimental design to optimize high-volume of fly ash grout in the presence of welan gum and
Validation of a mathematical and numerical model for dynamic 1-D moisture content evolution in layered building elements
Conception of an isothermal calorimeter for concrete - Determination of the apparent activation energy
Pull-out behaviour of reinforcement embedded in self-compacting concrete
Seismic behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete piles
TECHNICAL REPORTSTowards a fundamental evaluation of water retention tests for curing compounds
TECHNICAL REPORTSCoefficient of thermal dilation of a fresh mortar
TECHNICAL REPORTSConcrete carbonation in arid climate
TECHNICAL REPORTSApparatus for accelerated degradation testing of concrete specimens
TECHNICAL REPORTSPull-out behaviour of hooked steel fibres
RILEM BULLETINRILEM TC 177-MDT Workshop on Site Control and Non Destructive Evaluation of Masonry Structures
Influence of hydration reaction on engineering properties of hardening concrete
Effect of aggregates on drying shrinkage microcracking in cement-based composites
Filling ability and plastic settlement of self-compacting concrete
Role of demoulding agents during self-compacting concrete casting in formwork
Changes in pore structure and mercury contact angle of hardened cement paste depending on relative humidity
Performance of concrete coatings under varying exposure conditions
Optimization of ternary cementitious mortar blends using factorial experimental plans
Influence of industrially produced recycled aggregates on flow properties of concrete
Use of recycled glass as a raw material in the manufacture of Portland cement
Experimental and theoretical investigation of the shear resistance of steel fibre reinforced prestressed concrete X-beams -
Part I: Experimental work
Experimental and theoretical investigation of the shear resistance of steel fibre reinforced prestressed concrete X-beams -
Part II: Theoretical analysis and comparison with experiments
Strength development of concretes with ordinary Portland cement, slag or fly ash cured at different temperatures
Acoustophoretic characterization of cement suspensions
Influence of autogenous shrinkage on early age behaviour of structural elements consisting of concretes of different ages
Investigation of strain transfer to a sensor protection system embedded in concrete using finite element analysis
Long-time concrete-composite interface characterization for reliability prediction of RC beam strengthened with FRP
Assessment of probabilistic system effects on the reliability of timber trusses
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRecommendation of RILEM TC 162-TDF: 'Test and design methods for steel fibre
reinforced concrete': Bending test
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRecommendation of RILEM TC 178-TMC: 'Testing and modelling chloride penetration in
Analysis of total chloride content in concrete
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRecommendation of RILEM TC 178-TMC: 'Testing and modelling chloride penetration in
Analysis of water soluble chloride content in concrete
Modeling of structural performances under coupled environmental and weather actions
Characterization of the development of microstructure and porosity of cement-based materials by numerical simulation and
ESEM image analysis
Determination of isothermal unsaturated capillary flow in high performance cement mortars by NMR imaging
Predicting the behavior of concrete exposed to aggressive chemical environments - Field validation
Simplified modelling of calcium leaching of concrete in various environments
Long-term moisture transport in high-performance concrete
Multiscaling modeling of fluid transport in heterogeneous materials using discrete Boltzmann methods
An experimental study on the effect of chloride penetration on moisture diffusion in concrete
RILEM BULLETINProf. Franz-Josef Ulm, 2002 Robert L'Hermite Medallist
Minimum steel ratios in reinforced concrete beams made of concrete with different strength - Theoretical approach
Drying of concrete: modelling of a hydric damage
Plastic rotation capacity of high-strength concrete beams
Measurement of the absorption of water of the mineral admixtures in concrete by evaporometry
Variations in the mechanical properties and temperature of concrete subjected to cyclic loads, including high loads
Evaluation of masonry consolidation by geo-electrical relative difference resistivity mapping
Comparative effect of additives on the mechanical properties of plasters made from flue-gas desulfurized and natural
Hydraulic concrete development using Tunisian blast furnace slag
Failure modes and trend curves for load capacity and stiffness of OSB panels subjected to concentrated load
Size effect on fracture resistance and fracture energy of concrete
Accelerated leaching of ultra high performance concretes by application of electrical fields to simulate their natural
Code provisions for high strength concrete strength-temperature relationship at elevated temperatures
Experimental and analytical studies of innovative prestressed concrete box-girder bridges
Empirical comparison of testing methods on measurements of the mechanical characteristics of soil mortars
The effect of reinforcement in the new layer on hygral cracking in hybrid structural elements
Corrugated steel webs for prestressed concrete girders
The role of organic matter of carbonate rocks in the reactivity of the produced quicklime
Assessment of test-piece size for punching shear capacity of orthotropic panels: case study of OSB
A coupled A.C. impedance-creep and shrinkage investigation of hardened cement paste
Calculation of ionic diffusion coefficients on the basis of migration test results
Single-point magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of cement based materials
Evaluation of early age cracking characteristics in cementitious systems
On the use of nanoindentation for cementitious materials
Fracture processes of hybrid fiber-reinforced mortar
Artificial weathering and non-destructive tests for the performance evaluation of consolidation materials applied on porous
Mechanical properties of young concrete - Part I: Experimental results related to test methods and temperature effects
Mechanical properties of young concrete - Part II: Determination of model parameters and test program proposals
Influence of bar position on bond between reinforcement and self-compacting concrete: interpretation using image analysis
Experimental analysis of flexural behaviour of externally bonded CFRP reinforced concrete structures
Resistance of different types of concrete mixtures to sulfuric acid
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESFinal report of RILEM TC 150-ECM: Efficiency of Concrete Mixers - Assessment and
classification of performance mixers
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRound-robin analysis of the RILEM TC 162-TDF uni-axial tensile test:
Part 1 - Test method evaluation
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRound-robin analysis of the RILEM TC 162-TDF uni-axial tensile test:
Part 2 - Fibre distribution
Strengthening of RC wall-like columns with FRP under sustained loading
Shear strengthening of reinforced concrete beams using different configurations of externally bonded carbon fibre reinforced
A new test methodology for the qualification of siliceous aggregates against alkali-reaction in concrete
How closely can we determine the water-cement ratio of hardened concrete?
Measurement of friction forces that occur during slipforming in a slipform rig
Enhancement of aging resistance of glass fiber reinforced cement
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESCondition assessment of roofs - Final Report of the Condition Assessment Task Group
RILEM TC 166-RMS/CIB W083 Joint Committee on Roofing Materials and Systems
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESTC 183-MIB: Microbial impact on building materials: an overview
RILEM BULLETINDr. Robert J. Flatt, 2003 Robert L'Hermite Medallist
Mechanical evolution of concrete during setting
A practical method for uniaxial tension test of concrete
The shear fracture of concrete under impact loading using end confined beams
Mechanical behavior of cracked beams strengthened with composites: application of a full-field measurement method
Characterization of plastic shrinkage cracking in fiber reinforced concrete using image analysis and a modified Weibull
Prediction of compressive strength and optimization of mixture proportioning in ternary cementitious systems
Applicability of rheological models to high-performance cement grout containing various cementitious materials and rheology
modifying admixtures
Unsaturated diffusivity functions for concrete derived from NMR images
Shear bond strength in repaired concrete structures
Chemomechanics of concrete at finer scale
Influence of confinement on high strength concrete behavior
Drying of porous building materials: hydraulic diffusivity and front propagation
Thermophysical and mechanical characterization of stabilized clay bricks for building thermal insulation
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRecommendations of RILEM TC 154-EMC: 'Electrochemical techniques for measuring
metallic corrosion'
Half-cell potential measurements - Potential mapping on reinforced concrete structures
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRILEM TC 191-ARP: 'Alkali-reactivity and prevention - Assessment, specification and
diagnosis of alkali-reactivity'
RILEM Recommended Test Method AAR-0 'Detection of potential alkali-reactivity in concrete':
Outline guide to the use of RILEM methods in assessments of alkali-reactivity potential
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRILEM TC 191-ARP: 'Alkali-reactivity and prevention - Assessment, specification and
diagnosis of alkali-reactivity'
RILEM Recommended Test Method AAR-1 'Detection of potential alkali-reactivity aggregates': Petrographic method
Towards a harmonized European bond test
Nondestructive measurement of concrete strength gain by an ultrasonic wave reflection method
Residual fracture energy of high-performance and normal concrete subject to high temperatures
Mechanical behavior of RC beams reinforced by externally bonded CFRP sheets
Studies on corrosion inhibition of steel reinforcement by phosphate and nitrite
Evaluation of the thermohygrometric behavior of wooden roofing systems with under tile membranes to ensure durability
Influence of residual stresses in the tensile test of cold drawn wires
Tensile behaviour in natural building stone: Serena sandstone
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESFinal recommendation of RILEM TC 162-TDF: Test and design methods for steel fibre
reinforced concrete
RILEM BULLETINInternational Conference on Performance of Construction Materials in The New Millennium (ICPCM)
Structural model adjustment using iterative methods
Waiting for another catastrophe
Impact of drying and wetting cycles on differed ettringite formation in concretes
Determination of polymer content in modified bitumen
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESEvaluation of a decision support system for the useful application of hazardous wastes
with means of immobilisation-techniques
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESSustainable use of recycled materials in building construction
RILEM TECHNICAL COMMITTEESRound-robin analysis of the RILEM TC 162-TDF beam-bending test: Part 1 - Test
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RILEM BULLETIN2nd International RILEM Workshop on Life Prediction and Aging Management of Concrete Structures (5-6
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Viscoelastic linearity limits for bituminous materials
Influence of rest time on recovery and damage during fatigue tests on bituminous composites
Influence of polymer modification on low temperature behaviour of bituminous binders and mixtures
A new high-frequency torsional rheometer for bituminous binders
A thermal comparator sensor for measuring autogenous deformation in hardening Portland cement paste
Experimental study of early-age restrained autogenous shrinkage
Influence of autogenous cracking on the durability of repairs by cement-based overlays reinforced with metal fibres
The relationship between charge passed and the chloride concentrations in anode and cathode cells using the accelerated
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Effect of superplasticizers on the rheological properties of cements
Mathematical model for the prediction of cement compressive strength at the ages of 7 and 28 days within 24 hours
Environmentally-friendly mortars: a way to improve bond between mortar and brick
RILEM BULLETINReport of the RILEM International Workshop on High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites
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