Structural Concrete, June 2014
The June 2014 issue of the Structural Concrete Journal is now available to fib members via the Wiley Online Library. Topics covered in this issue are the following: concrete architecture in National Tourist Routes in Norway, analysis of the pullout behaviour of steel fibres, the cracking performance of SCC reinforced with recycled fibres, bond behaviour between recycled aggregate concrete and deformed steel bars, effect of old attached mortar on the creep of recycled aggregate concrete, sensitivity analysis of the early-age cracking risk in an immersed tunnel, water permeability of concrete under uniaxial tension, biaxial behaviour of plain concrete subjected to dynamic compression with constant lateral stress, residual modulus of elasticity and maximum compressive strain in HSC and FRHSC after high-stress-level cyclic loading, fatigue life of RC beams strengthened with FRP systems, shear strengthening of reinforced concrete T-beams with fully or partially bonded fibre-reinforced polymer composites, use of non-contact sensors and finite element methods in the assessment of bridge deck structures, robustness-based performance assessment of a prestressed concrete bridge, and validation of post-tensioning anchorage zones.
fib members can access the articles by logging on to the "Members only" section. Under the list item "Structural Concrete Journal", click on the "Wiley Online Library" link to access the journal issues. You can then go the table of contents of the June issue and download the individual PDF files of the articles.