loaded concrete

loaded concrete

[′lōd·əd kän′krēt]
(materials)
Concrete to which elements of high atomic number or capture cross section have been added to increase its effectiveness as a radiation shield in nuclear reactors.
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[5] presented experimental and computational study on the behavior of circular concentrically loaded concrete filled steel tube columns till failure.
"Axially loaded concrete filled steel tubes", journal of structural engineering, pp: 1125-1138.
[13] used LS-DYNA to conduct the vulnerability assessment on axially loaded concrete columns under impact loading.
Perera, "Numerical simulation of axially loaded concrete columns under transverse impact and vulnerability assessment," International Journal of Impact Engineering, vol.
Thermally loaded concrete samples with expanded clay were much more damaged (especially by cracks along clay grains) than the concrete samples consisting only of basalt aggregate (compare Fig.
(2005) investigated the stress-strain behaviour of axially loaded concrete cylinders with compressive strengths of 30 MPa and 70 MPa.
A loaded concrete truck can break driveways, walks and septic systems.
It is experimentally determined [16, 17] that structure of loaded concrete depends on the specimen form.