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The concrete with the highest strength was a BSI/Ceracem. 5% by vol. 3 mm). The mean compressive strength was 220 N/mm2. 7 Fatigue behaviour 49 Fig. 29 Triaxial and uniaxial S-N curves for UHPC (with transverse compression, after [90]) Fig. 30 Triaxial and uniaxial S-N curves for UHPC (with transverse compression, after [92]) 50 3 Mechanical properties of the hardened concrete Fig. 31 Overview of fatigue tests carried out so far in the meridian intersection and the deviatoric plane [90] Fig. 5% by vol.

Another consequence is that, on the whole, a preferred orientation parallel with the formwork can ensue with small test specimen thicknesses/widths. 1 shows the results of tests [11] on UHPC with almost self-compacting properties. The fibres align themselves mostly horizontally in such concretes. The orientation of the test specimens during concreting was varied in this series of tests. 1 because in the specimens concreted vertically, the fibres were primarily aligned perpendicular to the forces during loading.

These deliberations can be used as a starting point for a design approach, which is discussed in Chapter 5. For reversed and compressive fluctuating loads, fatigue tests were carried out on dogbone specimens and test cylinders in Munich and Hannover. 28 in the form of a modified Goodman diagram. 30 for transverse tension. The latter were obtained using cone-shaped specimens. Detailed information on this can be found in [90–92]. 31 shows an overview of the results obtained at various universities for general triaxial loading.

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