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Nanomechanical structure-property relations of dynamically loaded reactive powder concrete
Materials Characterisation V
Low water-to-cement ratio ( w / c ) reactive powder concretes (RPCs) exhibit much higher compressive strengths compared to conventional concrete through optimized particle packing and specialized curing regimes. The high strain-rate impact behavior of RPCs was investigated at the macroscale. However, little work has been done to study the fundamental material behaviors and failure mechanisms of RPC under high strain impact and penetration loads at lower length scales. These high strain-ratedoi:10.2495/mc110251 fatcat:cbey6gkxgfbz5jhmbpei3hlfhy