Relationship between 7 and 28 days CSS1 for HSC2 by use of ANN3 and regression methods

Sajedi, F. and Abdul Razak, H. (2010) Relationship between 7 and 28 days CSS1 for HSC2 by use of ANN3 and regression methods. Asian Journal of Civil Engineering, 11 (2). pp. 207-218. ISSN 15630854

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Abstract

The use of high strength concrete (HSC) has been studied for many years in developed and developing countries. Although, HSC has a few disadvantages, it has many advantages. The concrete with compressive strength (CS) levels in the range of 50 to100 MPa, is called HSC. The most important property of HSC is 28-day CS as a criterion. Sometimes due to time limitations and construction project problems, estimation of 28-day CS based on 7-day CS can be useful. Based on many experimental tests and analysis of the results, three sets of equations are determined with ANN and Regression techniques are compared and the best is recommended. © 2009 by DotNetNuke Corporation.

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Additional Information: Export Date: 16 December 2013 Source: Scopus Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Sajedi, F.; Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; email: fsajedi@yahoo.com References: Ramezanianpour, A.A., Malhotra, V.M., Effect of curing on the compressive strength, resistance to Chloride-Ion penetration and porosity of concretes incorporating slag, fly ash or silica fume (1995) Cement and Concrete Composites, 17, pp. 125-133; (1997) State-of-the-Art Report on HSC (ACI 363R-92), , ACI Committee 363. American Concrete Institute (ACI), Re approved 1997, USA, Farmington Hills, Mich; Bushlaibi, A.H., Alshamsi, A.M., Efficiency of curing on partially exposed HSC in hot climate (2002) Cement and Concrete Research, 32, pp. 949-953; Behnood, A., Ziari, H., Effects of silica fume on water to cement ratio on the properties of HSC after exposure to high temperatures (2008) Cement and Concrete Composites, 30, pp. 106-112; Bharatkumar, B.H., Narayanan, R., Raghuprasad, B.K., Ramachanandramurthy, D.S., Mix proportioning of HPC (2001) Cement and Concrete Composites, 23, pp. 71-80; Poon, C.S., Kou, S.C., Lam, L., Compressive strength, chloride diffusivity and pore structure of high performance metakaolin and silica fume concrete (2006) Construction and Building Materials, 20, pp. 858-865; de Sensale, G.R., Strength development of concrete with rice-husk ash (2006) Cement and Concrete Composites, 28, pp. 158-160; Wong, H.S., Abdul Razak, H., Efficiency of calcined kaolin and silica fume as cement replacement material for strength performance (2005) Cement and Concrete Research, 35, pp. 696-702; Punkki, J., Golaszevski, J., Gjorv, O.E., Workability loss of HSC (1996) ACI Materials Journal, 93 (5), pp. 416-426; Sobolev, K., The development of a new method for the proportioning of HPC mixtures (2004) Cement and Concrete Composites, 26, pp. 901-907; Lam, L., Wong, Y.L., Poon, C.S., Effect of fly ash and silica fume on compressive and fracture behaviors on concrete (1998) Cement and Concrete Research, 28, pp. 271-283; Jianyong, L., Yan, Y., A study on creep and drying shrinkage of HPC (2001) Cement and Concrete Research, 31, pp. 1203-1206; Haque, M.N., Strength Development and drying shrinkage of HSCs (1996) Cement and Concrete Composites, 18, pp. 333-342; Alves, M.F., Cremonini, R.A., Dal Molin, D.C.C., A comparison of mix proportioning methods for HSC (2004) Cement and Concrete Composites, 26, pp. 613-662; Mohd Zain, M.F., Radin, S.S., Physical properties of HPC with admixtures exposed to a medium temperature range 20 d. to 50 d (2000) Cement and Concrete Research, 30, pp. 1283-1287; Shannag, M.J., HSC containing natural pozzolan and silica fume (2000) Cement and Concrete Composites, 22, pp. 399-406; Aitcin, P.-C., Miao, B., Cook, W.D., Mitchell, D., Effects of size and curing on cylinder compressive strength of normal and high-strength concrete (1994) ACI Materials Journal, 91 (4), pp. 382-389; Chang, T.-P., Su, N.-K., Estimation of coarse aggregate strength in high-strength concrete (1996) ACI Materials Journal, 93 (1), pp. 1-9; Yogendran, V., Langan, B.W., Haque, M.N., Ward, M.A., Silica fume in HSC (1987) ACI Materials Journal, 84 (2), pp. 124-129; Baalbaki, W., Benmokrane, B., Chaallal, O., Aitcin, P.-C., Influence of coarse aggregate on elastic properties of HPC (1991) ACI Materials Journal, 88 (5), pp. 499-503
Uncontrolled Keywords: Artificial neural netowork, Compressive strength, High strength concrete, Mix design, Regression
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering
Depositing User: Mr Jenal S
Date Deposited: 24 Jan 2014 07:27
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2014 07:27
URI: http://eprints.um.edu.my/id/eprint/9108

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