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Claude Boulay – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material: using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are: The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa.Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material : using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are : The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa. Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending.

J. L. Tailhan – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material: using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are: The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa.Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material : using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are : The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa. Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending.

Pierre De Rossi – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material: using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are: The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa.Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  • Tensile and Bending Behaviour of a strain hardening cement-based composite: Experimental and numerical analysis
    Cement and Concrete Composites, 2012
    Co-Authors: J. L. Tailhan, Pierre De Rossi, Claude Boulay

    Abstract:

    IFSTTAR has developed a Multi-Scale Cement Based Composite (MSCC). This composite material is strain hardening in tension and exhibits ultra-high strengths as well in both compression and tension. The main research objectives for the present paper are the determination of the strain hardening properties of the material : using a newly developed tensile test in conjunction with a finite-element-based inverse analysis, the input parameters of an (adapted) numerical model can be identified. Therefore, numerical simulations can be performed to describe the Bending Behaviour of a thin slab having a thickness representative of the corresponding industrial application. The main conclusions of this study are : The studied material clearly exhibits strain hardening in tension with a uniaxial tensile strength of about 20 MPa and a modulus of rupture of about 50 MPa. Elasto-plastic Behaviour with strain hardening is a relevant mechanical model (for the studied material) for designing (by the finite element method) structural elements behaving principally in Bending.