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The tensile creep and strength of dessicated concrete and mortars
This thesis presents, firstly, details of an experimental study of effects of desorption and adsorption on the tensile strength and creep of concrete and mortars. According to the results of previous research, time-dependent microcracking is the basic mechanism of tensile creep and the contribution of restricted adsorption and desorption are not identical for compressive and tensile creep. To supplement and to clarify the previous findings, the experimental programme consists of - (1)doi:10.26190/unsworks/8582 fatcat:x7gi6njdbzbuthti4vk7mow344