Front
Matter, Preface, Table of Contents 
Volume 1

Chapter
1. Detection of Microcracking and Fracture Process Zone

111 
Fracture
Process Zone in Concrete Tension Specimens by XRay and AE
Techniques 
K. Otsuka, K. Date and T. Kurita 
112 
Nondestructive
Evaluation of CementBased Materials with Computer Vision 
S. Choi and S.P. Shah 
113

A Novel Distributed
Crack Sensor for Concrete Structures

C.K.Y. Leung, N. Elvin, N. Olson, T.F. Morse and Y.F. He

114

Work of Load versus
Internal Crack Growth for Mortar in Compression

E.N. Landis and E.N. Nagy

115

Fracture Analysis
of Concrete: A Stereological Approach

K.M. Nemati and P. Stroeven

116

Acoustic Emission
Discrimination of Crack Types in Reinforced Concrete Beams

T. Kamada, M. Iwanami and S. Nagatoki

117

Estimation of
Stress Intensity Factors by SiGMA Procedure

M.C. Munwam, M. Ohtsu and H.P. Rossmatith

Chapter
2. Influence Factors on Fracture Properties 
121

Influence
of Size on Failure of Concrete Elements

B. Trunk and F.H. Wittmann

122

Effect
of Specimen Size and Loading Rate on the TensionSoftening Curve
Obtained by BackAnalysis Method

T. Okada and H. Horii

123

Fracture
Mechanics of Mass Concrete  WetScreening procedure (FMWS)

A. Sajna and H.N. Linsbauer

124

Study
of the PostPeak Behavior of Concrete in the SplittingTension
Test

S. Carmona, R. Gettu and A. Aguado

125

Experimental
Analysis of Rupture Mechanisms in the Brazilian Test

C. Rocco, G.V. Guinea, J. Planas and M. Elices

126

Measuring
the Tensile Strength Through Size Effect Curves

G.V. Guinea, M. Elices and J Planas

127

Fracture
Properties of High Strength Concrete

X. Yin, J. Stanton and N. Hawkins

128

Effect
of Aggregate on Fracture Properties of HighPerformance Concrete

T.P. Chang, K.L. Tsa and B.R. Lin

129

The
Influence of the Type of Coarse Aggregates on the Fracture
Mechanical Properties of HighStrength Concrete

M. Hassanzadeh

1210

Influence
of Aggregate Shape on the Fracture Behavior of Concrete

K.M. ElSayed, G.V. Guinea, C. Rocco, J. Planas and M. Elices

1211

Microcracking
Behavior and Softening Properties of Concrete

H. Mihashi, K. Kirikoshi, N. Nomura, K. Otsuka and Y. Kaneko

1212

Factors
Influencing Fracture Toughness of MortarAggregate Interface in
Concrete

K.M. Lee and K.S. An

Chapter
3. Microstructure and Fracture Properties

131

Microstructure and
Properties of HighStrength Mortar Cured at Various Conditions

H. Uchkawa, S. Hanehara and M. Uzawa

132

Fracture
Mechanics and Microstructure of Cement Mortar

T. Nishikawa, S. Ito and H. Awaji 
133

Crack Formation
around Aggregates in HighShrinkage Cement Paste

B.F. Dela and H. Stang

134

Reduction in
Strength in High Strength Mortars at Long Ages

S. Igarashi and M. Kawamura 
135

Contribution to
the Analysis of the Effects of Pore Pressure on the Thermal
Spalling of Concrete at High Temperatures

G. Heinfling, J.M. Reynouard and C. Duval 
136

The Mechanical
Behavior of Hydraulic Fractured, Possibly Saturated Materials

J.H.M. Visser and J.G.M. van Mier 
137

ThreeDimensional
Fractal Analysis of Microstructural Morphologies in Concrete

A. Carpinteri, G. Chiaia and S. Invernizzi 
138

New 2Dimensional
Analytical Method for Determination of the Shape Properties of
Concrete Crack Surfaces Using a Laser Beam

T. Wada, R. Sato, C. Ishikawa and M. Ueda 
139

Analysis of Plain
Concrete Structures by the Finite Element with Inner Linkage Rods

G. Yu, J. Niwa and T. Tanube

1310

Analytical Study
of Fictitious Crack Propagation in Concrete Beams Using a Bilinear
?w Relation

K.T.S.R. Iyengar, S. Raviraj and P.N. Ravikumar

1311

Study on Internal
Friction Angle and Tensile Strength of Plain Concrete

Y. Fujita, R. Ishimaru, S. Hanai and Y. Suenaga

1312

Bifurcation and
Fracture in ReinforcedConcrete Specimens under Compression

K. Ikeda, Y. Yamakawa, K. Maruyama and M. Emoto

Chapter
4. Fracture Parameters

141

New Method to
Determine Tension Softening Curve of Concrete

J. Niwa, T. Sumranwanich and S. Tantermisirkul

142

Damage and Strain
Softening of Concrete under Uniaxial Tension

K.R. Wu, W. Yao and Z.J. Li

143

Uniaxial Tensile
Test of Unnotched Specimens under Correcting Flexure

H Akita, H. Koide and M. Tomon

144

Effect of the
Test SetUp on Fracture Mechanical Parameters of Concrete

V. Mechtcherine and H.S. Müller

145

Tension Softening
Curves of Concrete Determined from Different Test Specimen
Geometries

Y. Uchida and B.I.G. Barr

146 
Numerical
Experiments and Characteristics of the New K_{R}Curve for
the Complete Fracture Process of ThreePoint Bending Beam

H.W. Reinhardt and S. Xu

147 
Analytical Solution of
the Fictitious Crack and Evaluation of the Crack Extension
Resistance for a Griffith Crack

S. Xu and H.W. Reinhardt

148 
Fracture Process Zone
of Composite Materials as Concrete

W. Yao, K.R. Wu and Z. Li

149 
Determination of the
DoubleK Fracture Parameters in Standard ThreePoint Bending
Notched Beams

S. Xu and H.W. Reinhardt 
1410 
Behavior of
Concrete Round Double Beam Fracture Toughness Test Specimens

J.H. Hanson and A.R. Ingraffea

Chapter
5. Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites

151

Fracture Parameters
of HighStrength Fiber Reinforced Concrete Based on PolyLinear
Tension Softening Analysis

Y. Kitsutaka and T. Ohoka

152 
Evaluation of
Properties of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete by Means of Tension
Softening Diagrams

N. Kurihara, Y. Uchida, T. Kamada, T. Arakawa and K. Rokugo

153 
Mode I Fracture
Behavior of Natural Fiber Reinforced Concrete

S. Ishiguro

154 
Fracture Energy of
Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites

P. Kabele and V.C. Li

155 
Evaluation of Tension
Softening Properties of Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites

H. Nakamura and H. Mihashi

156 
On the
Interpretation of Bending Tests on FRCMaterials

H. Stang and J.F. Olesen

157 
Microfractural
Pullout Model of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

S. Sumitro and T. Tsubaki

158 
Numerical
Simulation Model for Mechanical Behavior of Fiber Reinforced
Concrete

T. Tsubaki and S. Sumitro

159 
Fatigue Crack
Fracture and Arrest in Fiber Reinforced Concrete under Interfacial
Bond Degradation

T. Matsumoto and V.C. Li

1510 
Optimum
Design of Plain and FibreReinforced Concrete Mixes Based on
Fracture Mechanics

D. LangeKornback and B.L. Karihaloo

1511 
Computational
Modelling of the FibreMatrix Bond in Steel Fibre Reinforced
Concrete

A. Van Hauwaert and J.G.M. van Mier

Chapter
6. Rate of Loading and Cyclic Loading

161

Dynamic Fracture,
Crack Velocity, and Strength Response of Cementitious Materials

D.E. Lambert and C. Ross

162

Tensile Failure
of Normal Concrete and Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete at High
Strain Rates

J. Ulfkjaer, K Labibes, G. Solomos and C. Albertini

163 
Analysis of Specific
Experimental Problems in Dynamic Testing of Concrete

H. Zhao and G. Gary

164 
Concrete under
High Compaction: A New Experimental Method

N. Burlion, F. Gatuingt, G. PijaudierCabot and N. Dahan

165 
Contribution of a
Concrete Compaction Model to an Impact Problem

F. Gatuingt, G. PijaudierCabot, N. Burlion, L. Daudeville and T.
Bouet 
166 
Microscopical
Observation of Mode I Crack Propagation in Concrete Subjected to
Fatigue

A. Toumi, A. Bascoul, and A. Turatsinze

167 
Experimental
Investigations on Fracture and Damage of Concrete due to Fatigue

C. Kessler and H.S. Müller

168

Experimental
Investigation into the Crack Fatigue Growth in Concrete

S. Cangiano, G.A. Plizzari and V. Slowik

169

A Study on Crack
Propagation in Concrete under Cyclic Loading

T. Ueda, Y. Sato, Y. Kakuta, and T. Tadokoro

1610 
Load Relaxation
in Level II ThreePoint Bend Tests

L.E.T. Ferreira, J.L.A.O. Sousa and T.N. Bittencourt

1611 
Modelling
Splitting and Fatigue Effects of Bond

K. Lundgren and K. Gylltoft

1612 
Damage Model
for Concrete Including Residual Hysteretic Loops: Application to
Seismic and Dynamic Loading

F. Ragueneau, J. Mazars and C. La Borderie

1613 
Lifetime Seismic
Reliability of Reinforced Concrete Structures

M. Suzuki and K. Ibayashi

1614 
Proposition of a
Damage Indicator Applied on R/C Structures Subjected to Cyclic
Loading

K. Sadeghi

1615 
Shear Strength
of RC Members under Load Reversals

H. Watanabe, H. Kawano and S. Eguchi

Chapter
7. Influence of Loading Condition

171

Fracture of
Concrete under Mixed Loading: Experimental Results and Numerical
Prediction

J.C. Gàlvez, D.A. Céndon, J. Planas, G.V. Guinea and M. Elices

172 
Mode I and Mixed
Mode NonPrescribed Discrete Crack Propagation in Concrete

J. Alfaiate and E.B. Pires

173 
On
NonPlanar Fracture in Concrete

V.O. GarciaÁlvarez, R. Gettu and I. Carol

174 
Experimental Study
of Crack Propagation in the Modified PunchThrough Shear Specimen
in MixedMode Loading

J. Davies

175 
Numerical Studies
on the DoubleEdge Notched Mode II Geometry

J. Ozbolt, H.W. Reinhardt and S. Xu

176 
Experimental
Study in the Mechanical Behavior in Construction Joints of
Concrete Structures

S. Ishihara, H. Mihashi and K. Rokugo

177 
Experimental and
Numerical Investigations of Concrete Failure under Triaxial
Loading

M.L. Wang and Z. Chen

178 
Constitutive Model
for Concrete under NonProportional Loading

E. Mizuno and S. Hatanaka

179 
Strain Field
Measurement Using Image Processing, Applications in Damage and
Fracture Testing

Y. Yang

Volume 2

Chapter
8. Computational Modelling

281

A Class of
GradientDependent Damage Models for Concrete Cracking

R. de Borst

282 
Modelling of Crack
Propagation with Embedded Discontinuity Elements

L.J. Sluys

283 
Simulation of
Local Failure of Concrete Plates on the Basis of Error Control

R. Lackner and H.A. Mang

284 
Discontinuous
Deformation Analysis Framework for Modelling Concrete Fracture

N. Bicanic, A. Thavalingam, Z. Liao and C. Pearce

285 
Lattice Type
Models for Fracture: Methodology and Future Prospects

J.G.M. van Mier

286 
Fracture Analysis of
Steel Plate Anchors in Concrete by Using RBSM

H. Kitoh, N. Takeuchi, M.Ueda, A. Kambayashi, H. Higuchi and M.
Tomida

287 
A New Simplified
and Efficient Technique for Fracture Behavior Analysis off
Concrete Structures

K. Meguro and H. TagelDin

288 
Modelling and
Verification of Microcrack Propagation in Concrete

R. Arai, T. Shibata, H. Hayano, K. Kohno, K. Mori and T. Okamoto

289 
Fracture and
Softening Analysis of Concrete with Particle Model

K. Moriizumi, N. Shirai and H. Suga

2810 
Fracture
Simulation of Concrete by ViscoElastoPlastic Suspension Element
Model

T. Hiraiwa, Y. Nanbu, M. Arai, Y. Kurokawa, H. Mori and Y.
Tanigawa

2811 
An
ExperimentalNumerical Study for Determination of Concrete
Fracture Physical Parameters in DEM

N. Hassani, S. Takada, Y. Akahori and K. Nakajima

2812 
Tensile
Cracking Viewed as Bifurcation and Instability in a Discrete
Interface Model

A. Delaplace, S. Roux and G. PijaudierCabot

2813 
Higher Order Beam
Theory in Gradient Plasticity: Description of Failure Modes with
Warping

R. Meftah, J.M. Reynouard and M.G. Salomon

2814 
Damage Analysis of
Notched Concrete Beams Loaded in FourPoint Shear

M.G.D. Geers, R. de Borst and R.H.J. Peelings

2815 
Geometric
NonLinear Effect in the Behavior of Damageable Structures.
Prediction of the Ultimate Capacity Using a Simplified Approach

Sh. Ghavamian, J. Mazars, C. Cleason, K. Gylltoft and P. Paultre

2816 
3D Analysis Using
Unified Concrete Plasticity Model with Reinforcement under
Compression Modeled as Beam Element

S. Gupta and T. Tanabe

2817 
Numerical Approach
Based on the Energy Criterion in Fracture Analysis of Concrete
Structures

Z. Shi and M. Nakano

Chapter
9. Fundamental Consideration and Numerical Models

291

Continuum Fracture
Thermodynamics, Energy Release and Overall Properties Bounding of
Damaging Viscoelastic Composites with Solidification

C. Huet

292 
Multi Equivalent
Series Phase Model for Nonlocal Constitutive Relations of Concrete

T. Hasegawa

293 
StressStrain
Relation for Elastic Material with Many Growing Microcracks

Z.P. Bazant and P.C. Prat

294 
Damage Evolution
in Concrete Considering Stochastic Material and Boundary
Imperfections

M.A. Gutiérrez and R. de Borst

295 
Stress Analysis of
Concrete Material Based on Geometrically Accurate Finite Element
Modeling

G. Nagai, T. Yamada and A. Wada

296 
Adaptive Finite
Element Analysis of Concrete Fracture Based on Cohesive Model

M.V.K.V. Prasad and C.S. Krishnamoorthy

297 
An Unsymmetrical
Fracture Process one Model and its Application to the Problem of a
Radial Crack with an Inclusion in Longitudinal Shear Definition

M. Zhu and W.V. Chang

298 
FracturePlastic
Material Model for Concrete, Application to Analysis of Powder
Actuaded Anchors

J. Cervenka, V. Cervenka and R. Eligehausen

299 
A Study on
Constitutive Theory of ElastoPlastic Analysis in Finite Element
Method

J. Ishida

2910 
A Unified Modeling
of Strain Localization in Concrete and its Finite Element
Implementation

H.W. Song, I.S. Kim, U.J. Na and K.J. Byun

2911 
Influence Factors
Matrix Method for Simulation of Fracture Process of Concrete

D. Zhang and K. Wu

2912 
Self Induced
Stresses in High Performance Concrete at Early Ages: Experimental
Results and Materials Modelling

D. Bosnjak, T. Kanstad, Ø. Bjøntegård and E.J. Sellevold

2913 
Non Local
Computational Modeling of the Softening Behavior of Early Age
Concrete

K.M. Amanat and T. Tanabe

Chapter
10. Compressive Failure in OverReinforced Concrete Beams

2101

Failure of
Concrete under Uniaxial Compression: an Overview

J. van Mier

2102 
Strain Softening
and Structural Analysis of Beams Failing in Compression

G. Markeset

2103 
A Study of
Compressive Failure in OverReinforced Concrete Beams

H.D. Kang, E. Spacone and K.J. Willam

2104 
Load Deflection
Diagram of OverReinforced Concrete Beams

A. Bascoul, M. Duprat and M. Pinglot

2105 
Prediction of the
Behavior of OverReinforced Concrete Beams with Two Levels of
Simplified Approach

F. Légeron, J. Mazars and P. Paultre

2106 
3D Finite Element
Analysis of OverReinforced Beams

J. Ozblot, Y.J. Li and R. Eligehausen

2107 
Round Robin
Analysis on Modelling of OverReinforced Concrete Beams 
Calculation of the Load Deformation Behavior of Concrete Beams
with the BDZModel

G. König, J. Meyer and A.Sint

2108 
Experimental
Investigation of OverReinforced Concrete Beams of Three Different
Types of Concrete and at Two Different Size Scales

J.P. Ulfkjaer

Chapter
11. Numerical Analysis of Concrete Structures

2111

Size Effect and
Failure of RC Structures under Earthquake

H. Okamura and I.H. Kim

2112 
Anchor Bolts and
Tension Stiffening of Rebars  Two RILEM Round Robin
Investigations on Bond

L. Elfgren and K. Noghabai

2113 
Splitting Cracks in
Reinforced Concrete Elements under Tensile Loads

B. Tork, J. Galvez, J. Planas and M. Elices

2114 
Effect of Rib
shape and Splice Length on the Strength of Lap Spliced without
Stirrups

T. Ichinose, W. Lin and J. Bolander Jr.

2115 
Investigations
into the Failure of Concrete Rings under Inner Pressure

G.A. Plizzari, T. Klink and V. Slowik

2116 
A Fundamental Study
on Shear Bond Strength of Steel Encased Reinforced Concrete
Members

H. Hotta, H. Kihara and K. Takiguchi

2117 
Finite Element
Analysis of Anchorage Performance of Pipe Embedded in the
Caisson Type Foundation Subjected to Uplift Load

Y. Yoshii, M. Iijima, S. Komiyam, S. Saito and M. Matsushima

2118 
Effect of Tension
Softening on TimeDependent Deformation and Crack Width of
Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members

R. Sato, M. Xu and I. Ujike

2119 
Coupled Bond and
Bridging Stress Transfer in Cracked Reinforced Concrete

H.M. Salem and K. Maekawa

21110 
Finite Element
Analysis of Cracking due to Shrinkage

G.P.A.G. van Zijl, R. de Borst and J.G. Rots

21111 
Interaction of
Creep, Shrinkage and ShrinkageInduced Cracking of Concrete

S. Reid and S. Sedra

21112 
Finite Element
Analysis of Slender Concrete Columns Subjected to Eccentric
Loading

C. Claeson and K. Gylltoft

21113 
Material
Nonlinear Analysis of Prestressed Concrete Beams with Curved
Tendons

M. Matsukura, M. Ueda, T. Uchiyama, and T. Wada

21114 
Formulation of
Shear Strength Design Formula for Reinforced Concrete Beams
Considering Size Effect

N. Shirai, K. Moriizumi and M. Tamura

21115 
Numerical Simulation
of Shear Failure of RC Beams

X. An and K. Maekawa

21116 
Shear Strength
Evaluations of Reinforced Concrete Beams

N. Hawkins and S. Kono

21117 
A Study on Shear
Capacity of RC Beam Based on Fracture Mechanics

A. Masuda, S. Matsuoka, Y. Takeda and T. Watanabe

21118 
Failure Behavior
of the RC Columns with Steel Fiber as Shear Reinforcement

S. Matsuo, S. Matsuoka, H. Yanagi and S. Doi

Volume 3

Chapter
12. Material Properties, Detailing and Structural Performance

3121

PostYield Shear
Failure of RC Column and Its Ductility Simulation

K. Maekawa and X. An

3122 
Application of
Pseudo Strain Hardening Cementitious Composites to Shear Resistant
Structural Elements

T. Kand, S. Watanabe and V.C. Li

3123 
Load Carrying
Capacity of Beams Using Fivers as Shear Reinforcement

K. Noghabai and T. Olofsson

3124 
Fracture Behavior
of Reinforced High Strength Concrete Tensile Members

E. Wollrab, C. Ouyang and S.P. Shah

3125 
Concrete Frame
Corners in Civil Defense Shelters Subjected to Negative Moment

M. Johansson

3126 
3D Cyclic Fracture
Analysis of BeamColumn Connections

J. Ozbolt, Y.J. Li and R. Eligehausen

3127 
Size Effect in
Composite Beams with Deformable Connections

Z.P. Bazant and J.L. Vitek

3128 
Effect of
Tension Softening of Concrete on the Tension Stiffening of Rebars
in Plain and Fibrous Concrete

K. Noghabai and T. Olofsson

3129 
Behaviour of
Lightly Reinforced Concrete Beams by Means of Fracture Mechanics
and BondSlip

A.P. Fantilli, D. Terretti, I. Iori and P. Vallini

31210 
Influence of the
Reinforcement Cover on the Brittle to Ductile Transition of a LRC
Beam

G. Ruiz, I. Arbilla and J. Planas

Chapter
13. Maintenance and Deterioration

3131

Fracture Process
and Maintenance of Concrete Structures

W. Koyanagi

3132 
Effect of Low
Temperature on Fracture Energy of Concrete Joints and Repair
Materials

A.M. Irhouma, M.L. Ayari and L.C. Robinson

3133 
Finite Element
Analysis of Thermal Crack in Gravity Dam Caused by Annually
Oscillating Environmental Temperature

M. Irobe and S.Y. Peng

3134 
Experimental and
Numerical Evaluation of Gravity Dam Model Failure Lifetime

F. Barpi, S. Valente, G. Ferrara and L. Imperato

3135 
Practical Model
of Crack and Bond Slip for Thermal Crack Analysis

H. Morimoto and W. Koyanagi

3136 
Contact,
Closure and Friction Behaviour of Rough Crack Concrete Surfaces

M. BorriBrunetto, A. Carpinteri and B. Chiaia

3137 
Evaluation of
Roughness of Joint Concrete Surfaces and Bond Properties

T. Kamada, M. Kunieda, N. Kurihara, Y. Nishida and K. Rokugo

3138 
Numerical
Simulation of Reinforced Concrete Deterioration

E.J. Hansen and V.E. Saouma

3139 
Crack Propagation
Analysis of Concrete due to Expansion of Reinforcement Corrosion

T. Matsuo and T. Kanazu

31310 
The Study of
Water Leakage through Fracture in Reinforced Concrete

A. Shimmura and V.E Saouma

31311 
Microfracturing
Caused by AlkaliSilica Reaction of Waste Glass in Concrete

Z.P. Bazant, W. Jin and C. Meyer

31312 
Detecting
FreezeThaw Deterioration of Concrete by a Fracture Mechanics
Method

H. Schorn and St. Kopp

Chapter
14. Repair and Retrofit

3141

Application of
Fracture Mechanics to Optimize Repair Systems and Protective
Coatings for Reinforced Concrete Structures

F.H. Wittmann

3142 
Repair and Retrofit
with Engineered Cementitious Composites

V.C. Li

3143 
Seismic
Retrofitting Technique Using Carbon Fibres for Reinforced Concrete
Buildings

H. Katsumata, K. Kimura and Y. Kobatake

3144 
On the Prediction
Method for the Structural Performance of Repaired/Retrofitted
Structures

H. Horii, K. Kabele, S. Takeuchi, V.C. Li, S. Matsuoka and T.
Kanda

3145 
About the
Debonding of Thin CementBased Overlays

JL. Granju

3146 
Fracture
Mechanics Approaches to Concrete Strengthening Using FRP Materials

T.C. Triantafilou

3147 
Delamination
Criterion for Concrete Beams Retrofitted with FRP Laminates

O. Buyukozturk, C. Leung, B. Hearing and O. Gunes

3148 
Delamination
Failure in Concrete Beams Retrofitted with a Bonded Plate 
C.K.Y. Leung

3149 
Plate End Shear
Design for External CFRP Laminates

K. Brosens and D. Van Gemert

31410 
Materials and
Design Considerations in FRP Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures

V.M. Karbhari 
31411 
Characterization of
Interface Fracture Behavior in Repaired Concrete Infrastructures

Y.M. Lim and V.C. Li

31412 
LEFM Prediction
and Repair Strategy for Crack Extension due to Corrosion of
Reinforcement

M. Ohtsu and S. Yoshimura

31413 
Shrinking and
Cracking Behavior if Repair Materials for Concrete Structures

M. Kunieda, N. Kurihara, Y. Uchida and K. Rokugo

31414 
Evaluation of Bond
Behavior at the Interface Between Two Different Concretes 
S. Kono, S. Tsuruda and T. Kaku

31415 
Fracture Mechanics
Study of Concrete Beams Reinforced with FRP Sheets by a Moment
Tensor Analysis of Acoustic Emission

Z.W. Li, S. Yuyama, I. Ohsawa, I. Kimpara, K. Kageyama, K.
Yamaguchi

31416 
Fracture and
Fatigue Strength of Slabs Repaired with DRap Method

H. Matsushima, T. Watanabe, M. Yasui, W. Koyanagi and T. Aoki

31417 
Probabilistic
Study on the Tensile Strength of MultipleFRP Tendons

Y. Hamada, H. Sakai, H. Tasaka, A. Hattori, T. Miyagawa and M.
Mashima

31418 
Experimental
Studies on the LongTerm Tensile Properties of FRP Tendons

N. Ando, H. Matsukawa, M. Kawamura, M. Fuji, T. Miyagawa and S.
Inoue

Chapter
15. Scaling Theory and Size Effect

3151

Size Effect in
Tensile and Compression Fracture of Concrete Structures:
Computational Modelling and Design

Z.P. Bazant

3152 
Experimental
Investigation of Size Effect in Concrete under Uniaxial Tension

M.R.A. van Vliet and J.G.M. van Mier

3153 
Experimental
Investigation into the Size Dependence of Fracture Mechanics
Parameters

B. Trunk and F.H. Wittmann

3154 
Application of
the Boundary Element Method to the Compressive StrainSoftening
Behaviour of Concrete

A. Carpintieri, F. Ciola, N. Pugno, G. Ferrara and M.E. Gobbi

3155 
Replica Scaling and Size Effects
in Concrete

G. Markeset and E.A. Hansen

3156 
Size Effect of
Concrete Compressive Strength for the NonStandard Cylindrical
Specimens

J.K. Kim, S.T. Yi and S.H. Eo

3157 
Size Effect on the
Concrete Compression Failure Load

Y.J. Li, J. Ozbolt and R. Eligehausen 
3158 
Size Effect for
Flexural Compression of Concrete Specimens

J.K. Kim, S.T. Kim, E.I. Yang and S.H. Eo 
3159 
Simulations of
Size Effects in Masonry Structures

P.B. Lourenço 
31510 
Size Effects in
Toughness Induced by Crack Close to Free Edge

X. Hu 
31511 
Minimum Size of
Concrete Specimens for Linear Elastic Fracture Analysis

Y. Xi 
31512 
The Effect of
Brittleness on Strength of Concrete

J. Qian, H. Luo and J. Huang 
31513 
Different Aspects
of the Size Effect in Concrete and RC Structures

J. Ozbolt and R. Eligehausen 
31514 
Design Method for
Large Reinforced Concrete Circular Slabs

T. Shioya, M. Kuroda, H. Akiyama, M. Nakano and Y. Kawamura 
31515 
Size Effects in
Shear Fracture of Reinforced Concrete Beams

Z.P. Bazant and E. BecqGiraudon 
31516 
Size Effects of
Reinforced Concrete Beams in Shear

B.H. Oh, S.J. Jeon, K.O. Hong and D.B. Kim 
31517 
Nonlinear Size
Effect Analysis of headed Anchors Embedded in Concrete Blocks
under Various Supporting Conditions

A.S.E. Morgan, J. Niwa and T. Tanabe 
31518 
Finite Element
Analysis of PullingOut Behavior for RC Footing Supported By Four
Piles

Y. Yoshii, S. Tanabe, A. Ohura, X. An and T. Mishima 
31519 
Steel Fibre
Reinforced Concrete Beams  Size Effect

J.L. Vitek 
31520 
Size Effect of
Reinforced Concrete Beams in Flexure

B.H. Oh, S.J. Jeon, I.H. Yang and D.B. Kim

31521 
Size Effect on
Flexural Resistance due to Bending Span of Concrete Beams 
H. Koide, H. Akita and M. Tomon

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