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Author: Mihashi
ISBN: 0419190406
Language: English
Pages: 576 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: SPON Product (October 21, 1994)
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scaling law based on the strength criteria apply.

by H. Mihashi, H. Okamura, Z. P. Bažant (E & F N Spon, London, 1994), 295–322, ISBN 0-419-19040-6. The paper is a summary of parts of a 1993 committee report from the Japan Concrete Institute on applications of fracture mechanics to concrete structures, 141–545 (in Japanese).

For example, conventional strength of materials predicts that a large beam and a tiny beam will fail at the same stress if they are made of the same material

I'm fairly new to applying fracture to quasibrittle materials, and this book is helping me become fluent in the terminology and methods.

I'm fairly new to applying fracture to quasibrittle materials, and this book is helping me become fluent in the terminology and methods.

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In V. Li, K. Leung, K. Willam, & S. Billington (ed., Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures, Proceedings of FraMCoS-5, 5th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, pp. 153–162. Bažant, Z. & Yu, Q. (2006). Reliability, brittleness and fringe formulas in concrete design codes.

In: Mihashi M, Okamura . . London, New York: E&FN Spon (1994). Journal of HUST, vol 21 No. 1, (2004), p. -4.

The aim of the workshop was to discuss the following major problems: the experimental aspects of the size effect in concrete structures; the physical mechanisms that cause the size effect; the theoretical models and analytical techniques for predicting the size effect; and the design methods for concrete structures that can take the size effect properly into account. The last aim was the ultimate goal of the entire endeavour. 33 papers were invited to address these problems at the workshop. Those papers were updated and are presented in this volume.