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|Title:||Dynamic Behaviour of "Collapsible" Concrete|
|Authors:||CAVERZAN ALESSIO; LAMPERTI TORNAGHI MARCO; PERONI MARCO; SOLOMOS George|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||In this work a particular cement composite material for protection of structures and infrastructures against accidental actions, such as blast or impact, has been investigated. An experimental procedure has been developed in order to assess static and dynamic behaviour of energy absorbing cementitious composites. The granular cementitious composite has been studied focusing attention to compressive strength, high deformation and energy dissipation capacity which are important characteristics for an absorber material. An experimental characterization of the material behaviour under compressive static and dynamic loadings has been carried out. Different deformation velocities have been studied in order to define the material behaviour in a wide range of strain rates. The velocity range up to 0.1 m/s is investigated by means of a universal servo-hydraulic MTS 50 kN testing machine. Some preliminary results have been reported and discussed in the present work.|
|JRC Directorate:||Space, Security and Migration|
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