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Rethinking coastal defence and Green-Energy Service infrastructures through enHancEd-durAbiLIty high-performance fiber reinforced cement-based materials.

Risultati finali

Summary of validation activities

fulfilling SO4The report will include update of the KPI definition report recommendations coming from demo activities mitigation actions for proper cost benefit analysis in case of not valid results andor insufficient dataThe deliverable will also include the updated versions of Deliverables D82 D83 D84 and D85 updates for those deliverables was originally scheduled at M40 and M46 due to extension request amendment related to CoViD emergency only one update is scheduled to be attached to this deliverableRelated to Task 86

Final report on standardization objectives accomplished

The deliverable details the initiatives undertaken by the project consortium aiming at standardization of testing methodologies and design procedures developed in the framework of the projectIt detailsPerson involvedStandardization body in which the initiatiive has framedList of performed activities with accomplished tasks and produced documentsPlan for further activities in the same bodyRelated to Task 24

Verification of sensitivity and reliability of ND methods and sensors

The deliverable reports the results of the verification of sensitivity and reliability of non-destructive sensors employed in measuring on-site the durability of UHDC for XS and XA exposure conditions and addresses choices for the use in the pilot in WP8. Related to Task 5.2.

Recommendation for the use of recycled UHDC elements as aggregates in new concrete.

The report, in a harmonized framework with existing national and international guidelines and standards, will contain information for the recyclability of UHDC disposed elements after exposure to different defined conditions. These include: determination of the characteristics of the recycled aggregate, with respect to physical and chemical properties.; measurement of rheological, mechanical and durability characteristics produced with recycled UHDC, definition of limits for recycled UHDC with respect to different indicators. The parameters and the limits defined, defined shall form the basis of new recommendations for recycled UHDC. Related to Task 4.5.

Particularisation of durability criteria for design of UHDCs to extend service life of infrastructures in XS and XA environments.

Composition and durability criteria for designing UHDCs that ensure the service life improvements of 100% in un-cracked state, 30% in cracked in XS and XA conditions. Related to Task 5.3.

Recommendation on the use of CA, nano-fibres and nano-cellulose for producing UHDC

The deliverable will contain information about crystalline admixtures, nanofibers and nanocellulose and the corresponding process parameters that will enable successful formulation and delivery of UHDC functionalized through the one-of-a-kind properties of the additives. Related to Task 4.1.

Definition and description of the scenarios for WP8 pilots

This document will collect and analyse case-study data provided by the industrial partners about durability concrete pathologies for the applications of interest, in order to establish the key factors for durability depending on the application: large-scale civil works in dock construction and enlargement, concrete application in geothermal plants, design and construction of precast elements for harbour services and coastal defence infrastructures and underground structures treated with local repairing interventions employing crystalline additives. Related to Task 3.2.

Consolidated modified MODA template and LCA formalism

These deliverables are aimed at updating the MODA template, taking also into account the Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) analysis and results, for the evaluation of the durability and sustainability performances of the proposed materials. The durability performance will be investigated through modeling activities, based on the investigation of the: 1) aging phenomena of UHDC, as modified by functionalizing constituents, including corrosion of reinforcement; 2) crack self-sealing/healing processes in UHDCs as also engineered through functionalizing constituents. Instead, the environmental performance will be analyzed through the: 3) Life Cycle Assessment methodology. In detail: - I version M30: The first version of the deliverable will describe the modelling activities to assess the aging of UHPFRC and its service-life prediction when exposed to extremely aggressive environments according to the MODA template workflow: • Identification and “importance weighing” of physical and chemical degradation processes originating from aggressive environments, taking into account the mineral matrix composition and its tailored functionalities, including self-healing, modifications due to micro-cracked conditions, the matrix/reinforcement/aggregate interfaces and the reinforcements based on successive outcomes of WP4; • Definition of serviceability limit states in each detected aspect of degradation and deterioration; • Compilation of modified MODA template. Moreover, in this deliverable an overview of the LCA will be also reported focusing on the first phase of the methodology: the Goal and Scope Definition phase, according to the ILCD Handbook and the ISO 14040 and 14044 standards. - II version M37: the second version of the deliverable will present the preliminary results of the LCA of the selected UHDC solutions (materials and components) using, for the Life Cycle Inventory phase, data and feedback coming from the other WPs (i.e. WP4, WP7 etc.). - III version M42: the final version of the deliverable will update and validate the results of the LCA of UHPC. Data for the LCA analysis will be updated on the basis of the results of demonstration and pilot activities (WP7). Related to Tasks 6.1 and 6.2.

Guidelines for mix-design formulation of functionalized UHDC and adaption to different application technologies

The deliverable demonstrates the fulfilment of SO1 and contains information on mix design concept and criteria for UHDCs finalized to different application technologies (including self consolidating, textile impregnated) and different exposure conditions. Related to Tasks 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4.

Verification of durability of UHDCs under XS and XA accelerated tests

The report summarizes the results and provides guidelines to check the durability of UHDC through accelerated exposure tests to the devised aggressive environments. It addresses measurement of the change of chemical composition and microstructures via SEM, EDS, TGA and XRD. Related to Task 5.1.

Guidelines for follow-up initiatives

The deliverable contains the plan for the followup initiative meant at increasing the impact of the project even after its completionThe aforementioned initiatives will be categorized and reported as followsdisseminationpublic awareness raising initiativescontinued structure monitoringtechnical training initiativespatenting and commercial exploitationapplication for competitive project funding at loca national and international level including COST actionsRelated to tasks 23 and 92This deliverable will also include final updated versions of D 61 D 71 and D 91

Final report on innovation management

The reports contain a resume of the management of the acitvities performed during the related reporting periods detailing completed deliverables achieved milestones occurred and mitigated risks including detail of actions put into practice for mitigation coordination and managements events held dissemination activities undertaken and completed and financial summaryThey also contain a critical appraisal on the efficacy of the implemented management procedures and in case needed and implemented readjustments as well as on actions undertaken to steer the project activities towards a more effective accomplishment of task completion and milestone achievementsThe report also contains details on actions accomplished in the management of innovation produced in the course of the project including IPR actions put into placeRelated to task 23 and 92

Understanding the durability performance of UHDC-XS and UHDC-XA

Durability performance and processes of UHDC exposed to simulated XS and XA environments Analyses of critical durability properties evolution from different characterization techniquesRelated to Task 54 and fulfilling SO1

Definition of key durability parameters for each scenario

Report justifying durability Key Performance Indicators and their target values to be achieved by the designed UHDCs for each scenario, taking into account exposure conditions, type of structure and required application (new/retrofitting). Related to Task 3.1.

Key Performance Success Indicators, and common testing conditions.

Definition of the Key Performance Success Indicators for the pilots, specifying: success criteria, common and specific testing conditions and timing of monitoring for each scenario. - Monitoring and sensor systems type and location to be employed in pilot scale validation,. - Specification of the measurable goals, minimum target values, and success criteria to be used for the validation in real conditions. - Identification of common operating conditions to be applied during demonstration. Related to Task 8.1.

report on networking in the framework of EMMC

The report will provide a summary of the networking activities performed by involved partners mainly TUD PoliMi and CSIC in the framework of the EMMCRelated to specific aspect of Task 94

Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment: LCA, LCC and SLCA

This deliverable is aimed at describing the global sustainability performance of developed solutions, (environmental, economic and social) compared to conventional technologies. The first version (M36) will describe the LCC and SLCA methodologies and summarize the preliminary economic and social results of the investigated solutions. This first version will also include update, if any, of D6.1 (submitted at M30). The final version (M51, which will be included in D2.5), using the data of D5.1 (M42) and updating and validating the results of the previous D6.1, will combine and integrate the outputs of LCA, LCC and SLCA into an eco-efficiency assessment (i.e. Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment), identifying the solutions (materials and components) with the best sustainability performance. Related to Tasks 7.1 and 7.2.

MOOC training schools

for professionals, PhD and researchers replicated also at month 48 Contents of the two events can be as follows: Event 1: focus on material production and mix-design composition, benefits achieved in terms of durability, preliminary DAD approach and demo designs; Event 2: present the report D5.3 with the code format (practitioner) version of the DAD and develop complete design examples taking from the pilot, at that time under solid validation stage. Related to Task 9.7.

Theoretical model to evaluate aging and degradation of UHDC in aggressive environments

fulfilling SO2The deliverable is a theoretical model to evaluate aging and degradation of UHDC in EAE to both understand and predict how the environmental impacts affect the service life of structures In doing so Specific Objective 2 is fulfilledRelated to Tasks 63 and 64

project brochures

updated at months 28 and 38 Design, print and update of brochures to disseminate the project activities in the communication events organized (fairs, meetings, website, etc). The goal is maximizing the impact and reach potential future customers. The brochure will be market-oriented in order to support at medium term the commercialization of the technologies developed in the project. Related to Tasks 9.3 and 9.6.

"New DAD concept ""tailored"" to the use of UHDC, assessing the structures durability and LCA"

fulfilling SO3The first part of deliverable is a new UHDCtailored DAD concept assessing structure durability The report will present it in a code format eg fib Model Code 2020 and will include mixdesign and productionidentification of material properties to be employed in designmethodologies for ULS and SLS verification Durability limit states verification which move from the scenario for the definition of actions and degradation processes Selfhealing is accounted for through the modifications of the degradation process as well as through the healable crack width conceptLCA of UHDC exposed to EAE following a cradletocradle approach Hereby Specific Objective SO3 is fulfilledRelated to Tasks 65 and 66

DAD methodology description

led by STRESS LTP RINA Report on the description of the Durability Assessment based Design methodology (DAD) which will be adopted to formulate and develop the UHDC material and for the structural design of the intended application cases. Based on the previously identified structures and operational scenarios, and on the associated key performance indicators, a durability evaluation and modelling activity in real service conditions will be carried out. Results of the analysis developed in WP2 will be applied in the framework of the monitoring and validation activities of the pilot demonstrator, to be performed in WP7. The deliverable will be divided into two parts: 1) I version M18: Using the output of T2.2., relating to the identifications of key factors affecting material and structural durability, the general description of the DAD concept and methodology for the formulation of UHDC will be presented. The key factors will be also characterized through the preliminary analysis and the structural modelling at macro scale of the identified structures (T2.2), considering the case with or w/o the adoption of the UHDC. 2) II version M32: validation and updates of the DAD methodology will be provided through a continuous interaction with the activities and the results of others WPs; in particular, the DAD will be contextualized through its application on the pilot case studies (WP7). Related to Task 3.3.

UHDC retrofitting pilot report

The deliverable will include the activity dealing with the retrofitting of a r/c water tower in the Grand Harbour region in Malta. It will contain information about the design of the structure and of the monitoring system, integrated and designed for short term and long term monitoring, data collection, communicating and processing, the construction and implementation, the monitoring phase and data collection and the validation of the intervention and decommissioning. Appropriate choice of materials including UHDC mix based on the defined constituents and for the specific site and environmental exposure conditions will be detailed. It will be updated at months 40 and 46. Related to Task 8.5.

Data management plan

It contains information on the management of data generated by the project activities both during the 4years span of the project and after the project has been completed. It will be structured as follows: 0. Administrative data on the project and on the DMP; 1. Dataset description, generation and collection, including type of study, source and type of data, nature and format, amount and requirements for hardware and software, data reuse and integration and value of the data set; 2. Data management, documentation and curation, including storage access and backup policies, metadata and data standards, and quality; 3. DATA SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALLY OF POTENTIALLY DISCLOSIVE INFORMATION, including identification of confidential and sensitive data, main risks to their security, ethics and legal compliance; 4. Data selection and preservation, including definition of the data which will be preserved and how and how long; 5. Data sharing, governance of access, roles and responsibility of users; 6. Responsibilities and resources 7. Any other relevant institutional policies for data sharing and securities. Related to Task 2.2 website

RDC will lead the creation and update of the project website (, which will be the main platform to upload the project contents and link the sources with additional information. On the site the project public results will be uploaded and updated, together with activities, newsletters, brochures, public reports and link to scientific papers. The site will be promoted in social networks, websites of the beneficiaries, brochures and fairs. The MOOC will be organized through this website. Related to specific aspect of Task 9.4.


Preliminary study on the fresh and mechanical properties of UHPC made with recycled UHPC aggregates

Autori: Marta Roig-Flores, Ruben Paul Borg, Cecilia Ruiz-Muñoz, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Ester Giménez-Carbó, Albany Milena Lozano Násner, Pedro Serna
Pubblicato in: European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering, 2021, Pagina/e 1-16, ISSN 1964-8189
Editore: Taylor and Francis Inc.
DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2021.1997826

Mechanical properties and self-healing capacity of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete with alumina nano-fibres: Tailoring Ultra High Durability Concrete for aggressive exposure scenarios

Autori: Estefania Cuenca; Leonardo D'Ambrosio; Dennis Lizunov; Aleksei Tretjakov; Olga Volobujeva; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Cement and Concrete Composites, Numero 5, 2021, Pagina/e 1-17, ISSN 0958-9465
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.cemconcomp.2021.103956

Effects of Alumina Nanofibers and Cellulose Nanocrystals on Durability and Self-Healing Capacity of Ultrahigh-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concretes

Autori: Estefanía Cuenca; María Criado; Mercedes Giménez; María Cruz Alonso; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Numero 12, 2022, Pagina/e 1-17, ISSN 0899-1561
Editore: American Society of Civil Engineers
DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0004375

Durability-Based Design of Structures Made with Ultra-High-Performance/Ultra-High-Durability Concrete in Extremely Aggressive Scenarios: Application to a Geothermal Water Basin Case Study

Autori: Salam Al-Obaidi, Patrick Bamonte, Massimo Luchini, Iacopo Mazzantini, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Infrastructures, Numero 5/11, 2020, Pagina/e 102, ISSN 2412-3811
Editore: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/infrastructures5110102

Structural validation of geothermal water basins constructed with durability enhanced ultra high performance fiber reinforced concrete (Ultra High Durability Concrete)

Autori: Salam Al-Obaidi; Marco Davolio; Francesco Lo Monte; Ferdinando Costanzi; Massimo Luchini; Patrick Bamonte; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Case Studies in Construction Materials, Numero 7, 2022, ISSN 2214-5095
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.cscm.2022.e01202

Crystalline Admixture as Healing Promoter in Concrete Exposed to Chloride-Rich Environments: Experimental Study

Autori: Estefanía Cuenca, Stefano Rigamonti, Enricomaria Gastaldo Brac, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Numero 33/3, 2021, Pagina/e 04020491, ISSN 0899-1561
Editore: American Society of Civil Engineers
DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0003604

Synergy between crystalline admixtures and nano-constituents in enhancing autogenous healing capacity of cementitious composites under cracking and healing cycles in aggressive waters

Autori: Estefania Cuenca, Alessandro Mezzena, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Construction and Building Materials, Numero 266, 2021, Pagina/e 121447, ISSN 0950-0618
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2020.121447

Meta-Analysis and Machine Learning Models to Optimize the Efficiency of Self-Healing Capacity of Cementitious Material

Autori: Shashank Gupta, Salam Al-Obaidi, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Materials, Numero 14/16, 2021, Pagina/e 4437, ISSN 1996-1944
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/ma14164437

Nanocellulose enriched mortars: Evaluation of nanocellulose properties affecting microstructure, strength and development of mixing protocols

Autori: E.G.Deze; E. Cuenca; A.M.L. Násner; M. Iakovlev; S. Sideri; A. Sapalidis; R.P. Borg; L. Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Materials Today Proceedings, Numero 1, 2022, Pagina/e 50-56, ISSN 2214-7853
Editore: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.matpr.2021.09.511

Corrosion resistance of ultra-high performance fibre- reinforced concrete

Autori: M.Valcuende; J.R. Lliso-Ferrando; J.E. Ramón-Zamora; J. Soto
Pubblicato in: Construction an d Building Materials, Numero 1, 2021, Pagina/e 1-10, ISSN 0950-0618
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2021.124914

Comparative environmental and social life cycle assessments of off-shore aquaculture rafts made in ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC)

Autori: M.C. Caruso, C. Pascale, E.Camacho and L. Ferrara
Pubblicato in: The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Numero 27, 2022, Pagina/e 281-300, ISSN 0948-3349
Editore: Springer Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/s11367-021-02017-6

Tensile behaviour identification in Ultra-High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites: indirect tension tests and back analysis of flexural test results

Autori: Francesco Lo Monte, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Materials and Structures, Numero 53/6, 2020, Pagina/e 12, ISSN 1359-5997
Editore: R I L E M Publications S. A. R. L.
DOI: 10.1617/s11527-020-01576-8

Direct procedure to characterize the tensile constitutive behavior of strain-softening and strain-hardening UHPFRC

Autori: Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz; Juan Navarro-Gregori; Pedro Serna-Ros
Pubblicato in: Cement and Concrete Composites, 2021, Pagina/e 1-14, ISSN 0958-9465
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.cemconcomp.2020.103854

The effect of compatibility and dimensionality of carbon nanofillers on cement composites

Autori: Amr Alatawna, Matan Birenboim, Roey Nadiv, Matat Buzaglo, Sivan Peretz-Damari, Alva Peled, Oren Regev, Raghu Sripada
Pubblicato in: Construction and Building Materials, Numero 232, 2020, Pagina/e 117141, ISSN 0950-0618
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2019.117141

Self-healing characterization of UHPFRCC with crystalline admixture: Experimental assessment via multi-test/multi-parameter approach

Autori: Francesco Lo Monte, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Construction and Building Materials, Numero 283, 2021, Pagina/e 122579, ISSN 0950-0618
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2021.122579

Enhancement of fabric–mortar interfacial adhesion by particle decoration: insights from pull-off measurements

Autori: Matan Birenboim; Amr Alatawna; Raghu Sripada; Lior Nahum; Lucas Luciano Cullari; Alva Peled; Oren Regev
Pubblicato in: Materials and Structures, Numero 1, 2021, Pagina/e 1-17, ISSN 1359-5997
Editore: R I L E M Publications S. A. R. L.
DOI: 10.1617/s11527-021-01789-5

Innovative Design Concept of Cooling Water Tanks/Basins in Geothermal Power Plants Using Ultra-High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete with Enhanced Durability

Autori: Salam Al-Obaidi, Patrick Bamonte, Francesco Animato, Francesco Lo Monte, Iacopo Mazzantini, Massimo Luchini, Sandra Scalari, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Sustainability, Numero 13/17, 2021, Pagina/e 9826, ISSN 2071-1050
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su13179826

Durability of UHPFRC functionalised with nanoadditives due to synergies in the action of sulphate and chloride in cracked and uncracked states

Autori: Gimenez, M., Alonso, M.C., Menendez, E., Criado, M.
Pubblicato in: Materiales de Construcción, 2021, Pagina/e 1-24, ISSN 0465-2746
Editore: Instituto de Ciencias de Ia Construccion Eduardo Torroja
DOI: 10.3989/mc.2021.14021

Effects of tension stiffening and shrinkage on the flexural behavior of reinforced UHPFRC beams

Autori: Eduardo J.Mezquida-Alcaraz, JuanNavarro-Gregori, José R.Martí-Vargas, PedroSerna-Ros
Pubblicato in: Case Studies in Construction Materials, 2021, ISSN 2214-5095
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.cscm.2021.e00746

Self-healing efficiency of Ultra High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete through permeability to chlorides

Autori: Doostkami, H., Roig-Flores, M., Serna, P.
Pubblicato in: Construction and Building Materials, 2021, ISSN 0950-0618
Editore: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2021.125168

Influence of Cracking on Oxygen Transport in UHPFRC Using Stainless Steel Sensors

Autori: Ana Martínez-Ibernón, Marta Roig-Flores, Josep Lliso-Ferrando, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Manuel Valcuende, Pedro Serna
Pubblicato in: Applied Sciences, Numero 10/1, 2020, Pagina/e 239, ISSN 2076-3417
Editore: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/app10010239

A discrete numerical model for the effects of crack healing on the behaviour of ordinary plain concrete: Implementation, calibration, and validation

Autori: A. Cibelli, M. Pathirage, G. Cusatis, L. Ferrara, G. di Luzio
Pubblicato in: Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2022, Pagina/e 1-30, ISSN 0013-7944
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.engfracmech.2022.108266

Textile-reinforced mortar: Durability in salty environment,

Autori: Amr Alatawna; Lior Nahum; Raghu Sripada; Matan Birenboim; Oren Regev; Alva Peled
Pubblicato in: Cement and Concrete Composites, Numero 1, 2022, ISSN 0958-9465
Editore: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.cemconcomp.2022.104534

Effects of Autogenous and Stimulated Self-Healing on Durability and Mechanical Performance of UHPFRC: Validation of Tailored Test Method through Multi-Performance Healing-Induced Recovery Indices

Autori: Estefanía Cuenca, Francesco Lo Monte, Marina Moro, Andrea Schiona, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Sustainability, Numero 13/20, 2021, Pagina/e 11386, ISSN 2071-1050
Editore: MDPI Open Access Publishing
DOI: 10.3390/su132011386

Performance Assessment of Ultra-High Durability Concrete Produced From Recycled Ultra-High Durability Concrete

Autori: Ruben Paul Borg, Estefania Cuenca, Roberto Garofalo, Fabrizio Schillani, Milena Lozano Nasner, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Frontiers in Built Environment, Numero 7, 2021, Pagina/e 20, ISSN 2297-3362
Editore: Frontiers
DOI: 10.3389/fbuil.2021.648220

Experimental Characterization of the Tensile Constitutive Behaviour of Ultra-High Performance Concretes: Effect of Cement and Fibre Type

Autori: Francesco Lo Monte; Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz; Juan Navarro-Gregori; Pedro Serna; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: RILEM-fib International Symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete BEFIB 2021: Fibre Reinforced Concrete: Improvements and Innovations II, 2022, Pagina/e 936-946, ISBN 978-3-030-83719-8
Editore: Springer
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-83719-8_80

Predicting the long term performance of structures made with advanced cement based materials in extremely aggresive environments: current state of practice and research needs. The approach of the H2020 Project ReSHEALience

Autori: Giovanni di Luzio; Liberato Ferrara; Maria Cruz Alonso y Alonso; Philip Kunz; Viktor Mechtcherine; Christof Schroefl
Pubblicato in: Proceedings Symposium on Concrete Modelling (CONMOD2018), 2018, Pagina/e 467-477, ISBN 978-2-35158-216-9
Editore: RILEM Pubs
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1438229


Autori: PEDRO SERNA; Francesco Lo Monte; Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz; Estefania Cuenca; Viktor Mechtcherine; Michaela Reichardt; Alva Peled; Oren Regev; Ruben P. Borg; Alexej Tretjakov; Dennis Lizunov; Konstantin Sobolev; Stamatina Sideri; Kim Nelson; Enrico Maria Gastaldo Brac; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Materials, Systems and Structures, Numero 1, 2019, Pagina/e 764-771, ISBN 9782-351582176
Editore: RILEM
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2621369

An Overview on H2020 Project “ReSHEALience”

Autori: Ferrara, Liberato; Bamonte, Patrick; Suesta, Cristina; Animato, Francesco; Pascale, Carmine; Tretjakov, Aleksej; Camacho, Esteban; Deegan, Peter; Sideri, Stamatina; Gastaldo, Enrico Maria; Serna, Pedro; Mechtcherine, Viktor; Cruz Alonso, María; Peled, Alva; Paul Borg, Ruben
Pubblicato in: "Proceedings of the IABSE Symposium ""Towards a Resilient Built Environment - Risk and Asset Management""", Numero 1, 2019, Pagina/e 174-181, ISBN 978-3-85748-163-5
Editore: IABSE
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.2631157

An experimental set up to assess the effects of crack sealing on the concrete-reinforcement bond in chloride environments

Autori: Cuenca, E., Zaro, A., Ferrara, L.
Pubblicato in: Proceedings of the fib Symposium 2019: Concrete - Innovations in Materials, Design and Structures, Numero 1, 2019, Pagina/e 274-281, ISBN 978-2940-64300-4
Editore: International Federation for Structural Concrete
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3244306


Autori: A. Cibelli, G. di Luzio, L. Ferrara, G. Cusatis, Pathirage, M.
Pubblicato in: Proceedings 10th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures FraMCoS-X, 2019
Editore: IA Framcos

Correlation Between “Very Early” Age Fracture Performance and Evolution of Rheological Properties of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites with Adapted Rheology

Autori: Francesco Lo Monte, Gabriele Zago, Marco Cucchi, Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Rheology and Processing of Construction Materials - RheoCon2 & SCC9, Numero 23, 2020, Pagina/e 237-245, ISBN 978-3-030-22565-0
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-22566-7_28

Concept of Ultra High Durability Concrete for improved durability in chemical environments: Preliminary results

Autori: Estefanía Cuenca; María Criado; Mercedes Giménez; Enrico Gastaldo Brac; Stamatina Sideri; Alexey Tretjakov; Maria Cruz Alonso; Liberato Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Durable concrete for infrastructure under severe conditions – Smart admixtures, self-responsiveness and nano-additives, Numero 4, 2019, Pagina/e 147-151, ISBN 9789-463886383
Editore: UGent
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3413756

" Textile-reinforced concrete to realise ultra high durability concrete (UHDC) in the framework of the EU H2020 project ""ReSHEALience"" "

Autori: C. Schröfl; A. Peled; O. Regev; R. P. Borg; M. Reichardt; R. Sripada; V. Mechtcherine; P. Deegan; L. Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Durable concrete for infrastructure under severe conditions – Smart admixtures, self-responsiveness and nano-additives, Numero 4, 2019, Pagina/e 24-27, ISBN 9789-463886383
Editore: UGent
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3405253

Effect of crack pattern on the self-healing capability in traditional, HPC and UHPFRC concretes measured by water and chloride permeability

Autori: Alberto Negrini, Marta Roig-Flores, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Liberato Ferrara, Pedro Serna
Pubblicato in: MATEC Web of Conferences, Numero 289, 2019, Pagina/e 01006, ISSN 2261-236X
Editore: EDP Sciences
DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/201928901006

Characterization of the Tensile Behaviour of Ultra-High Performance Fibre-Reinforced Concrete

Autori: Lo Monte, F.; Ferrara, L.
Pubblicato in: Proceedings of the 5th ACI Italy Chapter workshop on the New Boundaries of Structural Concrete 2020, Numero 1, 2019, Pagina/e 45-54, ISBN 9788-898720224
Editore: IMREADY
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3938483

Use of nano-additions to improve the performance of UHPFRCs used in geothermal power plant infrastructures

Autori: Cuenca, E.; Mezzena, A.; Ferrara, L.
Pubblicato in: Proceedings of the 5th ACI Italy Chapter workshop on the New Boundaries of Structural Concrete, Numero 1, 2019, Pagina/e 65-74, ISBN 9788-898720224
Editore: IMREADY
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3938522

Durability performance of uncracked and cracked nanoadditioned UHPFRCs in a dynamic leaching system

Autori: M. Criado; M. Gimenez; E. Menéndez; M.C. Alonso
Pubblicato in: Numero 2, 2020, Pagina/e 11
Editore: University of Sheffield
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4289921

Mechanical and Durability Assessment of Concretes Obtained from Recycled Ultra-High Performance Concretes

Autori: E. Cuenca Asensio; Marta Roig-Flores; R. Garofalo; M. Lozano-Nasner; C. Ruiz-Munoz; F. Schillani; Ruben Paul Borg; Liberato Ferrara; Pedro Serna
Pubblicato in: RILEM-fib International Symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete BEFIB 2021: Fibre Reinforced Concrete: Improvements and Innovations II, 2022, Pagina/e 947-957, ISBN 9783030837198
Editore: Springer
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-83719-8_81

Evaluation of the Self-healing Capability of Ultra-High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete with Nano-Particles and Crystalline Admixtures by Means of Permeability

Autori: Hesam Doostkami, Marta Roig-Flores, Alberto Negrini, Eduardo J. Mezquida-Alcaraz, Pedro Serna
Pubblicato in: Fibre Reinforced Concrete: Improvements and Innovations - RILEM-fib International Symposium on FRC (BEFIB) in 2020, Numero 30, 2021, Pagina/e 489-499, ISBN 978-3-030-58481-8
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-58482-5_45

Life Cycle Assessment on the Use of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concretes with Enhanced Durability for Structures in Extremely Aggressive Environments: Case Study Analyses

Autori: M. C. Caruso, C. Pascale, E. Camacho, S. Scalari, F. Animato, M. C. Alonso, M. Gimenez, L. Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Concrete Durability and Service Life Planning - Proceedings of ConcreteLife’20, Numero 26, 2020, Pagina/e 121-125, ISBN 978-3-030-43331-4
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-43332-1_24

Self-healing Stimulated by Crystalline Admixtures in Chloride Rich Environments: Is It Possible to Extend the Structure Service Life?

Autori: E. Cuenca, E. M. Gastaldo Brac, S. Rigamonti, V. Violante, L. Ferrara
Pubblicato in: Concrete Durability and Service Life Planning - Proceedings of ConcreteLife’20, Numero 26, 2020, Pagina/e 141-147, ISBN 978-3-030-43331-4
Editore: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-43332-1_28

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