Experimental Characterization of the Self-Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials: An Overview†
AbstractThis paper, prepared in the framework of the COST Action SARCOS WG2 activities (http://www.cost.eu/COST_Actions/ca/CA15202), provides an overview of the main concepts underlying the experimental characterization of the self-sealing capacity of cement-based materials. This effort intends to pave the way towards standardization of such experimental methods for a comparative assessment of the self-healing capacity of different cement-based materials and of the effectiveness of different techniques, in order to incorporate self-healing concepts and outcomes into durability-based predictive models and design approaches.
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Ferrara, L.; Asensio, E.C.; Monte, F.L.; Flores, M.R.; Moreno, M.S.; Snoeck, D.; Mullem, T.V.; Belie, N.D. Experimental Characterization of the Self-Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials: An Overview. Proceedings 2018, 2, 454.
Ferrara L, Asensio EC, Monte FL, Flores MR, Moreno MS, Snoeck D, Mullem TV, Belie ND. Experimental Characterization of the Self-Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials: An Overview. Proceedings. 2018; 2(8):454.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ferrara, Liberato; Asensio, Estefania Cuenca; Monte, Francesco Lo; Flores, Marta Roig; Moreno, Mercedes Sanchez; Snoeck, Didier; Mullem, Tim Van; Belie, Nele De. 2018. "Experimental Characterization of the Self-Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials: An Overview." Proceedings 2, no. 8: 454.
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