Tomohiro Miki
Kobe University
Alkali–silica reactionCarrying capacityImage (mathematics)Seismic loadingGeologyEngineeringDiagonalPierNonlinear systemComposite materialShrinkageGeotechnical engineeringShear strengthMaterials scienceLattice model (physics)Fiber-reinforced concreteSofteningPeak loadReinforced concreteFundamental studyRc columnsBridge deckCompressive failureShear reinforcementComputer scienceComputer simulationFracture mechanicsStructural engineeringReinforcementShear (geology)
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#1Shumpei Mizuno (Kobe University)
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#1Takashi KosakaH-Index: 1
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#1Tomohiro Miki (Kobe University)H-Index: 4
#2Hiroki TsukaharaH-Index: 1
The present study includes an experimental investigation on the crack propagation in the concrete cracked due to alkali-silica reaction (ASR). The fracture energy and tension softening curves of the ASR damaged concrete were obtained by three-point bending tests for single notched concrete beams. An image analysis by using a digital image correlation method was carried out in order to detect the crack propagation behavior. This method of the image analysis is conducted based on a region-based ma...
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