Modelling In-Situ Temperature Rise of Fly Ash based Concrete at Early Ages


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Early-age Thermal Cracking is a phenomenon in concrete structures, caused by excessive tensile strain in a concrete section above the tensile capacity of concrete as a result of restraining thermal contraction or due to differential temperature within the cross section.


Despite careful design, numerous failures have recently been reported in the industry during construction, prompting this investigation. The webinar presents interim findings of a research program investigating the in situ thermal stresses at early ages. 

Speaker: Priyan Mendis PhD Monash University, Australia. 

Professor in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering and the Leader of the Advanced Protective Technology of Engineering Structures Group. He was also the Convener of the ARC Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA) from 2004 -2011.
Professor Priyan is also the Director of the ARC Centre for Advanced Manufacturing of Prefabricated Housing Research interests


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By purchasing this Online Learning Module, you will have the opportunity to view recorded presentations (video and audio) at your own pace over a 90-day period.

Total viewing time - 12 min