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Tang, L. (2008) *Engineering expression of the ClinConc model for prediction of free and total chloride*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Tang2008,

author={Tang, Luping},

title={Engineering expression of the ClinConc model for prediction of free and total chloride},

journal={Cement and Concrete Research},

volume={38},

issue={8-9},

pages={1092-1097},

abstract={This paper intends to express the physical model ClinConc in a more engineer-friendly way. Through the
numerical evaluation it has been found that there exist good correlations between the time-dependent
factors for chloride binding and for diffusion coefficient, and between the laboratory measured diffusion
coefficient and the apparent one, the latter is a result of the combined effects of material properties and
environmental actions. Therefore, the ClinConc model can be expressed by the similar error function as used
in many empiric models, but with the proper physical procedures, that is, modeling free chloride transport
taking free chloride as diffusion potential and then calculating the total chloride content taking into account
the non-linear chloride binding. The modeled chloride profiles are in good agreement with the measured
ones, even though further study is needed to clarify the expansion coefficient for the concrete containing
silica fume and other pozzolanic additions.},

year={2008},

keywords={Concrete, diffusion, durability, modelling, transport properties},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Print

ID 72567

A1 Tang, Luping

T1 Engineering expression of the ClinConc model for prediction of free and total chloride

YR 2008

JF Cement and Concrete Research

VO 38

IS 8-9

SP 1092

OP 1097

AB This paper intends to express the physical model ClinConc in a more engineer-friendly way. Through the
numerical evaluation it has been found that there exist good correlations between the time-dependent
factors for chloride binding and for diffusion coefficient, and between the laboratory measured diffusion
coefficient and the apparent one, the latter is a result of the combined effects of material properties and
environmental actions. Therefore, the ClinConc model can be expressed by the similar error function as used
in many empiric models, but with the proper physical procedures, that is, modeling free chloride transport
taking free chloride as diffusion potential and then calculating the total chloride content taking into account
the non-linear chloride binding. The modeled chloride profiles are in good agreement with the measured
ones, even though further study is needed to clarify the expansion coefficient for the concrete containing
silica fume and other pozzolanic additions.

LA eng

OL 30