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4th BO OND IN CO ONCRETE E CONFER RENCE

B BOND D IN CONC C CRETE 201 12


B Bond, An nchorage, , Detailin ng
t BRESC CIA, Ita aly, June e 17th-20th , 2012

FIN NAL ANN NOU UNCE EMEN NT

OR RGANIZED BY:

Organize ed by:

University of Brescia (It taly)

Her riot-Watt Univ versity (UK)

Under th he auspice es of:

The Intern national Feder ration for Stru uctural Concre ete

A American Conc crete Institute

Japan Concrete C Instit tute

The Inte ernational Un nion of Labora atories and Ex xperts in Construction Materials, Systems and d Structures

Korea Concrete C Instit tute

Italian So ociety of Build ding Industrialization

Main spo onsors:

CONTENT
1. INTRODUCTION 2. SYMPOSIUM VENUE 3. COMMITTEES AND LOCAL ORGANISERS 4. CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 5. SESSION PROGRAMME 6. GENERAL INFORMATION 7. SOCIAL PROGRAMME 8. INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS 9. CONFERENCE CENTRE 1 2 3 4 5 18 24 26 28

1.

INTRODUCTION

Bond and anchorage are the terms used to denote the interaction and transfer of force between reinforcement and concrete. Bond influences behaviour of concrete structures in many ways, no matter whether the reinforcing material is steel, an FRP composite, fibres forming a constituent of the concrete mix, or whether it is embedded or external to the concrete section. These parameters are highly complex, however, and are technically difficult to measure directly. Results of tests designed to measure the fundamentals of bond behaviour are not always easy to interpret and apply in practice. There are therefore still considerable areas where much better understanding of bond and its mechanisms are required. The principal aim of the 4th Bond in Concrete conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners and review the advances in understanding and application of all aspects of bond in concrete achieved over the last decade, and to help identify the challenges and priorities to be addressed in the next. This follows the pattern of previous conferences held in Budapest (2002), Riga (1992) and in Paisley (1982). In Brescia in 2012 the timing is of particular significance as the Conference will closely follow publication of fibs Model Code 2010, which contains a number of significant innovations and improvements in design guidance related to bond. A major theme in the 2012 Conference will be the intimate links and interaction between detailing practice and bond. Details about the conference will be regularly updated on the conference website: www.bondinconcrete2012.org. CONFERENCE TOPICS 1. General aspects of bond 2. Modelling 3. Assessment of degradation 4. Bond under severe loading conditions 5. Anchorages and laps 6. Transfer and development 7. Bond in new types of concrete or reinforcement. 8. Bond between fibers and concrete 9. MC2010 provisions for bond 10. Bond of FRPs or overlay materials 11. Bonded and headed anchors 12. Bond and detailing The oral presentations will be organized in three parallel sessions. The Bic2012 Conference is co-organized by University of Brescia (Italy) and Heriot-Watt University (Edinburgh, UK).It is scientifically supported by FIB, RILEM, ACI, JCI, KCI and CTE. It will be held at Faculty of Engineering of the University of Brescia.

2.

SYMPOSIUM VENUE

The symposium will be held at the University of Brescia, located in a dynamic, hardworking city with a rich heritage of history and art which spans from prehistoric times to the present. Visitors will be fascinated by the atmosphere created by its airy piazzas and picturesque lanes, its fountains and aristocratic residences, the intimacy of its cloisters and the art treasures waiting to be discovered in its churches and museums. Places to visit in the pleasant Historic Centre: Piazza della Loggia, with the sixteenth-century Palazzo (on the front page), the porticoes and the Clock Tower, along with the nearby Roman Forum. Not far, you will find the Cidneo Hill with its castle, an imposing medieval fortress with its Arms Museum. Brescia is located between Lake Garda and Lake Iseo which is close to Franciacorta, where famous wines are produced. The conference will take place at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Brescia (via Branze 38) while the Ice-Breaking will be held in the cloister of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Brescia (via San Faustino 74).

3.

COMMITTEES AND LOCAL ORGANISERS

Chairman
John W. Cairns (Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom) Giovanni A. Plizzari (University of Brescia, Italy)

Honorary Chairman
Ezio Giuriani (University of Brescia, Italy)

Secretary
Giovanni Metelli (University of Brescia, Italy)

Local Organising Committee


Patrik Bamonte Francesca Ceroni Luca Cominoli Dario Coronelli Barbara Ferracuti Maria Novella Leone Fabio Macobatti Alessandra Marini Francesco Messali Fausto Minelli Carlo Pellegrino Marco Preti

Advisory Board
Luigi Ascione (Italy) Francesca Ceroni (Italy) Jian Fei Chen (United Kingdom) Rolf Eligehausen (Germany) Giuseppe Mancini (Italy) Adolfo Matamoros (USA) Antonio Nanni (USA) Voula Pantazopoulou (Greece) Kypros Pilakoutas (United Kingdom) Tamon Ueda (Japan)

International Scientific Committee


M.A. Aiello (Italy) C.E. Backis (USA) N. Banthia (Canada) A. Borosnyi (Hungary) A. Caldentey (Spain) D. Cleland (UK) L. Eckfeldt (Germany) L. De Lorenzis (Italy) J.A. den Uijl (Holland) P. Gambarova (Italy) R. Gettu (India) M. Harajli (Lebanon) K.A. Harries (USA) T. Kanakubo (Japan) C. Leung (Hong Kong) S. Mc Cabe (USA) G. Monti (Italy) A. Muttoni (Switzerland) K. Neale (Canada) E. Nigro (Italy) D. Oehlers (Australia) B. Oh (South Korea) M. Pecce (Italy) G. Rosati (Italy) M. Savoia (Italy) H. Shima (Japan) J. G. Teng (Hong Kong) R. Tepfers (Sweden) L. Vandewalle (Belgium) F. Vecchio (Canada)

4.

Sunday, 17th

Monday, 18th

Tuesday, 19th

Wednesday, 20th

8:30 9:00 KEYNOTE LECTURES P. Gambarova and G. Mancini Coffee Break Coffee Break KEYNOTE LECTURES D. Oehlers and R. Eligehausen

Opening Ceremony

9:00 10:30

KEYNOTE LECTURES J. Cairns and G. Balazs

10:30 10:50

Coffee Break

10:50 13:00
Assessment of Degradation Anchorages and Laps

General Aspects of Bond Bond of Frps or Overlay Materials

Bond in New Types of Concrete or Reinforcement

Bond in New Types of Concrete or Reinforcement

Bond under Severe Loading Conditions/ Modelling

Bond between Fibers and Concrete

Modelling

13:00 14:00 Lunch Lunch

Lunch

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

4
Bonded and Headed Anchors Modelling Bond Under Severe Loading Conditions / Modelling

14:00 16:10

General Aspects of Bond / Transfer and Development

Bond in New Types of Concrete or Reinforcement

Assessment of Degradation / Bond Under Severe Loading Conditions Anchorages and Laps/ Bond of Frps or Overlay Materials

16:10 16:30

Coffee Break

SYMPOSIUM in honour of prof. Gambarova

16:30 18:10

Transfer and Development

Bond in New Types of Concrete or Reinforcement

Registration and Ice-Breaking 18.30-21.00 Via San Faustino 74, Brescia

17.30-24.00: Visit to vinery and Gala Dinner on Garda Lake Bus departure from University of Brescia

5.

SESSION PROGRAMME
SUNDAY 17th JUNE

16:30 19:30

ICE-BREAKING

Faculty of Economics via San Faustino 74, Brescia

MONDAY 18th JUNE

8:30-9:00

OPENING CEREMONY

MAIN ROOM

9:00-10:30 Chairman:
Time
9.00 9.45 - 9.45 - 10.30

KEYNOTE LECTURES G. Plizzari


Lecturer J. Cairns G. Balazs Title

MAIN ROOM

Bond of embedded steel reinforcement : background to the fib Model Code 2010 General overview of the new Model Code

10:30-10:50

COFFEE BREAK

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05 11.20 11.35 - 11.05 - 11.20 - 11.35 - 11.50

PARALLEL SESSION A R. Eligenhausen - G. Metelli


Authors A. Muttoni M. Fernandez Ruiz D. Zwicky A.P. Fantilli B. Chiaia D.J. Oehlers P. Visintin M. Haskett J.F. Chen M. Auer L. Stempniewski M. Makni A. Daoud M.A. Karray M. Lorrain Title

ROOM 1

GENERAL ASPECTS OF BOND

Paper n 100 129 6 211

Influence of geometric, strain and size effects on bond in structural concrete Effects of construction details in existing concrete structures on bond The divine proportion in the bond between steel and concrete Consequences and solutions to our abysmal neglect of the bond-slip behaviour in reinforced concrete

11.50 12.05

- 12.05 - 12.20

The influence of the damage state of the surrounding concrete on the bond stress-slip relationship Bond strength prediction using artificial neural network technique

92 62

12.20

- 12.35

L.C.P. Silva Filho B. Vale Silva V.I. Dal Bosco L.E.S. Gomes M.P. Barbosa M.S. Lorrain C. Bosco F. Tondolo

Analysis of the influence of rebar geometry variations on bonding strength in the pull-out test

47

12.35

- 12.50

Bond behavior of ribbed bars produced in coils

151

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 - 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION B G. Rosati - C. Pellegrino


Authors F. Lagier B. Massicotte J-P. Charron J. Schoening J. Hegger D. Weisse K. Holschemacher B. Freytag J. Juhart G. Santner E. Baumgartner J. Murcia-Delso B. Shing A. Stavridis O.C. Choi G. H. Hong S.C. Chun C. Wu G. Chen J.S. Volz R.K. Brow M.L. Koenigsterin P. Desnerck G. De Schutter L. Taerwe Title Bond splitting strength of lap splice embedded in ultra high performance fibre reinforced concrete under direct tension Lapped splices in UHPC joints Behaviour of lap splices in ultra high strength concrete A novel microstructural approach for modeling the adhesive power of UHPC

ROOM 2

BOND IN NEW TYPES OF CONCRETE OR REINFORCEMENT

Paper n 165

11.05 11.20 11.35

- 11.20 - 11.35 - 11.50

36 68 24

11.50

- 12.05

Bond and development of large-diameter bars in well-confined concrete Bond of new deformed reinforcing bars with high and low alternating ribs Bond strength of vitreous enamel coated rebar to concrete

85

12.05

- 12.20

31

12.20

- 12.35

52

12.35

- 12.50

Influence of bar diameter and placement on top-bar effect in self-compacting concrete,

63

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 - 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION C P. Gambarova - T. Kanakubo


Authors K. Zandi Hanjari D. Coronelli K. Lundgren M. Plos Title Anchorage of corroded bars: eccentric pull-out tests and numerical analyses

ROOM 3

ASSESSMENT OF DEGRADATION

Paper n 160

11.05

- 11.20

J. Obolt F. Orani M.M Kuter C. Fischer J. Obolt J. Cairns S.S. Ayop A. Bossio M. Montuori F. Bellucci G.P. Lignola A. Prota E. Cosenza G. Manfredi D. Coronelli K. Zandi Hanjari K. Lundgren A. Elbusaefi R.J. Lark D. R. Gardner K. Zandi Hanjari P. Utgenannt K. Lundgren M. Plos

Modelling bond resistance of corroded steel reinforcement

80

11.20 11.35 11.50

- 11.35 - 11.50 - 12.05

Influence of bar diameter and concrete cover on bond degradation due to corrosion Influence of reinforcement corrosion on bond strength Transverse stress on corroded steel reinforcement bars in concrete

82 57 133

12.05

- 12.20

Bond strength of highly corroded reinforcement and cover delamination The effect of rebar corrosion on the bond strength of reinforced concrete structures manufactured using cement replacement materials Influence of frost on the bond between steel and concrete

191

12.20

- 12.35

28

12.35

- 12.50

163

13:00-14:00

LUNCH

14:00-16:10 Chairmen:
Time
14.00 14.15 - 14.15 - 14.30

PARALLEL SESSION A M. Savoia - K. Zandi Hanjari


Authors A. Wildermuth J. Hofmann E. Garcia-Taengua M. Requena-Bueno J. R. Marti-Vargas P. Serna-Ros Y. Sato H. Shima T. Kanakubo A. Yasojima T. Kanakubo H. Shima T. Kanakubo Y. Sato Y. Uchida K. Watanabe H. Shima Title Effect of bond behaviour of rebars and its evaluation by simplified test specimens, APULOT Test: a Tool for Concrete's Quality Control based on Bond Performance,

ROOM 1

GENERAL ASPECTS OF BOND / TRANSFER AND DEVELOPMENT

Paper n 170 108

14.30

- 14.45

Japan Concrete Institute TC Activities on Bond Behavior and Constitutive Laws in RC (Part 1: Research Survey on Bond Problems), Japan Concrete Institute TC Activities on Bond Behavior and Constitutive Laws in RC (Part 2: Theoretical Behavior by Bond Laws), Japan Concrete Institute TC Activities on Bond Behavior and Constitutive Laws in RC (Part 3: Application of Constitutive Laws for FEA),

105

14.45

- 15.00

106

15.00

- 15.15

125

15.15

- 15.30

S-G. Hong E-J. Lee D-J. Kim S-C. Chun G. Bertram J. Hegger J.Hegger S. Gener

Development of positive and negative moment reinforcements,

104

15.30 15.45

- 15.45 - 16.00

Bond behavior of strands in UHPC Fatigue behavior of Bond Anchorage in Pretensioned Concrete

4 25

14:00-16:10 Chairmen:
Time
14.00 14.15 - 14.15 - 14.30

PARALLEL SESSION B P. Ross F. Minelli


Authors I.P. Sfikas K.G. Trezos M.O. El-Sawy T.K. Hassan A. Abdelrahman S. Nejadi F. Aslani F. Giussani G. Muciaccia G. Rosati M.I. Kaffetzakis C.G. Papanicolaou M. Em rolu S. Yildiz M.H. Keletemur O. Keletemur S. Subai H. ztrk M. Emirolu A. Jansson I. Lfgren K. Lundgren K. Gylltoft Title Impact of water to binder ratio and silica fume content on bond properties of self-compacting concrete cube specimens Bond characteristics of self consolidating reinforced concrete beams Bond of deformed reinforcing steel bars embedded in steel fibre reinforced self-compacting concrete Bond behavior in self compacting concrete filled tubes

ROOM 2

BOND IN NEW TYPES OF CONCRETE OR REINFORCEMENT

Paper n 74 91

14.30 14.45

- 14.45 - 15.00

113 119

15.00 15.15

- 15.15 - 15.30

Bond behavior of pumice aggregate self-compacting concrete (PASCC) Bond performance of rubber particles in the self-compacting concrete

122 154

15.30

- 15.45

Effects of waste ceramic powders on the bond strength of self-compacting concrete Bond between reinforcement and self-compacting steel-fibrereinforced concrete

156

15.45

- 16.00

121

14:00-16:10 Chairmen:
Time
14.00 - 14.15

PARALLEL SESSION C G. Mancini - O.C. Choi


Authors J. Luckai M.A. Polak S. Walbridge M. Just M. Curbach Title Evaluation of deteriorated reinforced concrete bridges: effect of bond on flexural and shear residual capacity Limit state analysis for evaluating the reliability level of reinforced concrete elements with small separating cracks

ROOM 3

ASSESSMENT OF DEGRADATION / BOND UNDER SEVERE LOADING CONDITIONS

Paper n 124

14.15

- 14.30

109

14.30

- 14.45

P. Bamonte S. Biancini F. Lo Monte . Lubly G.L. Balzs N. Pinoteau P. Pimienta S. Rmond T. Guillet Ph. Rivillon E. Nigro A. Bilotta G. Cefarelli G. Manfredi E. Cosenza J.F. Chen X.Q. Li Y. Lu I.M. May T.J. Stratford R. O'Sullivan A. Sheil N. Gebbeken T. Dge G. Michaloudis

Preliminary results on tension stiffening in heat-exposed R/C tension members Influence of high temperatures on bond Effect of heat on the adhesionbetween post-installed bars and concrete using polymeric mortars

193

14.45 15.00

- 15.00 - 15.15

199 203

15.15

- 15.30

Bond model for FRP bars in concrete members under fire condition

208

15.30

- 15.45

Test of FRP-to-concrete bond behavior under impact loading

54

15.45

- 16.00

Residual bond strength in blast-damaged RC specimens: testing and modeling

138

10:30-10:50

COFFEE BREAK

16:30-18:10 Chairmen:
Time
16.30 - 16.45

PARALLEL SESSION A A. Muttoni - C. Bosco


Authors R.I. Gilbert Title Unanticipated bond failure over supporting band beams in grouted post-tensioned slab tendons with little or no initial prestress Test method to characterize bond creep in pretensioned concrete

ROOM 1

TRANSFER AND DEVELOPMENT

Paper n 60

16.45

- 17.00

J. R. Marti-Vargas L. Caro E. Garcia-Taengua P. Serna H. Park J. Y. Cho Z.U. Din K.Y. Choi J.S. Lee C. Pellegrino C. Vzquez-Herrero I. Martnez-Lage F. Martnez-Abella J. Eiras-Lpez

111

17.00

- 17.15

Transfer bond-slip-strain relationship of prestressing stand in pretensioned prestressed concrete members

123

17.15 17.30

- 17.30 - 17.45

Assessment of existing bond formulations for pre-stressed concrete elements Strand draw-in vs. transfer length in prestressed concrete girders

168 84

17.45

- 18.00

J. Mahowald S. Maas D. Waldmann A. Zuerbes

Static and dynamic testing on prestressed concrete slab elements with artificial bond deficiencies

15

16:30-18:10 Chairmen:
Time
16.30 - 16.45

PARALLEL SESSION B E. Nigro - P. Serna


Authors G. Groli A. Prez Caldentey M. Kurth J. Hegger R. Fllsack-Kditz G. Centonze M. Leone M.A. Aiello M. Baena Ll. Torres A. Turon I. Vilanova G. Kaklauskas V. Gribniak R. Jakubovskis M. Juknys Title Crack width control for elements reinforced with rebars and recycled steel fibres with particular regard to integral structures: an experimental and theoretical study Pull-out tests on GFRP reinforcing bars

ROOM 2

BOND IN NEW TYPES OF CONCRETE OR REINFORCEMENT

Paper n 8

16.45

- 17.00

34

17.00

- 17.15

Experimental bond analysis of FRC element reinforced with steel bars Modelling of bond and tension stiffening in FRP RC tensile members

175

17.15

- 17.30

66

17.30

- 17.45

Experimental validation of different approaches in modeling tension-stiffening of bending members reinforced with steel and GFRP bars

102

16:30-18:10 Chairmen:
Time
16.30 16.45 - 16.45 - 17.00

PARALLEL SESSION B K. Lundgren - J. Hofmann


Authors G. Muciaccia G. Rosati L. Lemnitzer M. Just M. Curbach A. Lindorf M. Curbach A.S. Louro M. Pipa E. Mazzarolo L. Berto B. Brisighella A. Saetta R. Scotta T. Zordan Title Behavior of bonded anchor under simulated seismic crack movement conditions Bond in reinforced concrete under transverse tension

ROOM 3

BOND UNDER SEVERE LOADING CONDITIONS / MODELLING

Paper n 179 127

17.00 17.15 17.30

- 17.15 - 17.30 - 17.45

Bond fatigue in reinforced concrete under transverse tension Bond characterization of ribbed bars subjected to repeated and reversed actions Development and validation of an analytical bond model for cyclic excitations

16 200 81

10

17.45

- 18.00

C.F. Sousa R. Calada J. F. Rocha A.S. Neves

Numerical analysis of cracked railway bridge decks subjected to cyclic loading

139

TUESDAY 19th JUNE

9:00-10:30 Chairman:
Time
9.00 9.45 - 9.45 - 10.30

KEYNOTE LECTURES S.J. Pantazopoulou


Lecturer P. Gambarova G. Mancini Title Bond in reinforced concrete: where do we stand today? Assessment and strengthening of existing structures

MAIN ROOM

10:30-10:50

COFFEE BREAK

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION A R. Felicetti - K. Lundgren


Authors M. Sekulovic MacLean L. Feldman M. Sonebi D. Cleland I. Anuar S.P. Tastani E.S. Brokalaki S.J. Pantazopoulou J. Cairns G. Metelli W. Berger R. Eligehausen J. Hofmann C. Mahrenholtz R. Eligehausen J. Hofmann P. Chronopoulos C. Trezos M. Chronopoulos Title

ROOM 1

ANCHORAGES AND LAPS

Paper n 5

Effect of casting position and bar shape for plain steel reinforcement Bond strength between reinforcement and self-compacting concrete Investigating the state of stress along lap splices

11.05 -

11.20

18

11.20 -

11.35

41

11.35 11.50 -

11.50 12.05

Lapped joints of bars in bundles Bond behaviour of hooked rebars for application in steel-toconcrete joints Seismic bond model for cast-in-place and post-installed reinforcing bars Behaviour of RC elements with inadequate lap splices, before and after upgrading by welding of reinforcement

56 61

12.05 -

12.20

67

12.20 -

12.35

75

11

12.35 -

12.50

S.C. Chun S.H. Lee

Experimental evaluation on bond and bearing contributions in compression splice

78

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION B M. Pecce A. Fantilli


Authors H. Mazaheripour J.O. A. Barros M. Pepe A. Giliberti E. Martinelli L.H. Larusson G. Fischer K. Asano T. Kanakubo M. Pecce F. Ceroni F. Bibbo S. Acierno M. Breccolotti A. Dalessandro A.L. Materazzi T.S. Phan J.L. Tailhan P. Rossi Ph. Bressolette F. Mezghani Title

ROOM 2

BOND IN NEW TYPES OF CONCRETE OR REINFORCEMENT

Paper n 221

Experimental and theoretical study on bond behavior of GFRP bars in steel fiber reinforced self compacting concrete

11.05 -

11.20

11.20 11.35 -

11.35 11.50

Bond slip and crack development in FRC and regular concrete specimens longitudinally reinforced with FRP or steel under tension loading Study on size effect in bond splitting behavior of ECC Experimental bond tests of steel bars embedded in lightweight concrete with EPS

147

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12.05

Theoretical and experimental investigation on bond between steel rebars and recycled aggregate concrete Behaviour of RC tie-beams reinforced by flat steel rebars Numerical modelling of the rebar / concrete interface

114

12.05 -

12.20

13

12.20 -

12.35

D. Ertzibengoa Gazte- Bond interaction between flat stainless steel rebars and tradilumendi tional and self compacting concrete S. Matthys L. Taerwe U. Reisgen M. Schleser J. Schoene J. Hegger Gallwoszus M. Feldmann Kopp M. Gndel Investigation on bond mechanisms of innovative small-scale shear connectors between steel and concrete

39

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12.50

115

12

10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION C J. Obolt - D. Coronelli


Authors C. Zanuy L. Albajar P. De La Fuente P. Visintin D.J. Oehlers J.N. Bastos O.C. Choi J.R. Lee J. Santos A.A. Henriques A.J. Tavares M.P. Barbosa T.N. Bittencourt L.A.G. Bitencourt Jnior M. Lorrain P. Bamonte M. Valente S.W.H. Ensink A.V. Van De Graaf A.T. Slobbe M.A.N. Hendriks J.A. Den Uijl J.G. Rots Title

ROOM 3

BOND UNDER SEVERE LOADING CONDITIONS / MODELLING

Paper n 7

Structural effects of bond damage due to highly repeated loading The contribution of reinforcement to the cyclic behavior of beam hinges Bond performance in the DMRF critical regions Bearing Angle Model for Bond Analysis of Reinforcing Bars to Concrete FE modeling of bond-slip response including steel strains Bond between steel-concrete: numerical analysis of the influence of geometrical parameters and the anchorage length

11.05 11.20 11.35 11.50 12.05 -

11.20 11.35 11.50 12.05 12.20

17 212 30 14 59

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12.35 12.50

Application of a closed-form solution for simulating bond between concrete and steel in service conditions Modeling of bond behaviour by means of sequentially linear analysis and concrete-to-steel interface elements

194 26

13:00- 14:00

LUNCH

14:00-16:10 Chairmen:
Time
14.00 14.15

PARALLEL SESSION A J. Cairns P.Bamonte


Authors R.I. Gilbert M. Mazumder Z-T. Chang M. Tahershamsi K. Zandi Hanjari K. Lundgren M. Plos Title

ROOM 1

ANCHORAGES AND LAPS / BOND OF FRPs OR OVERLAY MATERIALS

Paper n 126

Bond, slip and cracking within the anchorage length of deformed reinforcing bars in tension Anchorage in naturally corroded specimens taken from existing structures

14.15 -

14.30

159

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14.30 -

14.45

C-A. Graubner U. Grziwa T. Proske M. Heimann F. Ceroni M. Pecce A. Bilotta E. Nigro W. Finckh K. Zilch T. Martin D. Cleland D. Robinson S.E. Taylor A. Merdas B. Fiorio N-E. Chikh A. Caggiano E. Martinelli

Cost-efficient anchorage of steel reinforcement with standard bend

215

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15.00

Bond behaviour of FRP NSM systems bonded over concrete elements

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15.15

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15.30

Influence of member-specific effects on the bond force transfer of reinforced concrete strengthened with externally bonded CFRP-strips Experimental study of bond stress for near surface mounted basalt fibre reinforced polymer strips on concrete

12

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15.45

Bond behavior of carbon laminate strips and rods into concrete by pullout-bending tests Fracture-based model for mixed mode cracking of FRP strips glued on concrete

164

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16.00

187

14:00-16:10 Chairmen:
Time
14.00 14.15

PARALLEL SESSION B G.L. Balzs - M. Preti


Authors J. Bujk F. Bahleda T. Leinonen F. Charney K. Pal J. Silva N. Randl J. Kunz M. Tth V. Hlavika . Lubly . Trk G.L. Balzs A.Granovskiy D.Kiselev T. Gurbuz A. Ilki T. Kraenkel D. Lowke C. Gehlen A. Unterweger R. Mihala P. Spyridis K. Bergmeister Title

ROOM 2

BONDED AND HEADED ANCHORS

Paper n 27

On the resistance of supplementary reinforcement for headed fastenings Recommended design procedures for post-installed bonded reinforcing bars in concrete structures Concrete splitting for rebars post-installed with high bond adhesives Performance of expansion and bonded anchors installed into concrete in comparison to limestone and granite

14.15 -

14.30

46

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14.45 15.00

55 188

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15.15 15.30 15.45

Recommendations for Allocating Tear-Out Testing Procedure for Anchors and Determining Design Tear-Out Load Performance of closely installed anchor pairs in low strength concrete under tension Prediction of the creep behavior of bonded anchors until failure Material versus system testing of bonded anchorage

38 223 144

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16.00

153

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14:00-16:10 MODELLING Chairmen:


Time
14.00 14.15 14.15 14.30

PARALLEL SESSION C D. Oehlers - A. Marini


Authors S.P. Tastani S.J. Pantazopoulou P. Bernardi R. Cerioni E. Michelini D. Hayashi K. Nagai B. Suryanto Y. Sato K. Naganuma A. Daoud O. Maurel C. Laborderie A.P. Lampropoulos S.E. Dritsos G. Genesio R. Eligehausen S. Pampanin P. Riva C. Beschi G. Metelli F. Messali Title Modeling reinforcement-to-concrete bond

ROOM 3

Paper n 42 136

Numerical modeling of bond in cracked reinforced concrete elements Investigating the effects of reinforcement arrangement on the anchorage of reinforcement using the three-dimensional discrete analysis Discrete-Like Crack Simulation by Smeared crack based FEM --Reinforced Concrete Wall Subjected To Shrinkage Mesoscopic modelling of the interaction between steel reinforcement and early-age cracking during cement hydration Numerical investigation of the effect of bond slip and concrete shrinkage Influence of bond in the seismic performance of substandard exterior rc beam-column joints Modelling of exterior beam to column joint in 60-70s RC existing buildings

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WEDNESDAY 20th JUNE

9:00-10:30 Chairman:
Time
9.00 9.45 - 9.45 - 10.30

KEYNOTE LECTURES A. Nanni


Lecturer D. Oehlers R. Eligehausen Title

MAIN ROOM

The ideal bond characteristics for reinforced concrete members Anchorage of headed and post-installed anchors

10:30-10:50

COFFEE BREAK

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10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION A M.A. Aiello A. Muttoni


Authors E.C. Apostolidi N. Karela S.E. Dritsos J. Sena-Cruz P. Fernandes P. Silva J. Xavier J. Barros M. Coelho F. Oudah R. El-Hacha H.Y. Omran R. El-Hacha S. Verbovszky G. Loretto A. DeLuca A. Nanni F. Focacci M. Leone M.S. Sciolti M.A. Aiello F.X. Forstlechner S. Peters S. Pirringer J. Kollegger Title Bond between old-to-new concrete interfaces

ROOM 1

BOND OF FRPs OR OVERLAY MATERIALS

Paper n 98

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Bond behavior of concrete elements strengthened with NSM CFRP laminate strips under wet-dry cycles

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Anchorage performance of RC beams strengthened using prestressed NSM CFRP under fatigue loading Anchorage system to prestress NSM CFRP strip: effects of bond and anchor dimensions on the interfacial stress distributions and bond performance, Experimental analysis of twist-off and pull-off testing methodologies to measure the bond strength between GFRP and concrete

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Analysis of the interface performance of concrete elements reinforced with sintetic, natural and steel FRP materials Composite structures made from ultra-high performance concrete and fiber-reinforced polymers Bond behavior between concrete and perforated metal-sheets for use in composite slabs

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10:50-13:00 Chairmen:
Time
10.50 11.05

PARALLEL SESSION B G.L. Balzs - M. di Prisco


Authors M. E. Bossio M.C. Torrijos R. Zerbino G. Giaccio R. Felicetti J. Mittelstdt W. Sobe M. Butler V. Mechtcherine Title

ROOM 2

BOND BETWEEN FIBERS AND CONCRETE

Paper n 19

Pull out behaviour of macro synthetic fibres: effects of fibre type, matrix strength and microcracking

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Bond properties of mineral micro-fibre Pull out tests on thin elements made of UHPFRC Experimental study Phenomenological modelling of ageing effect of AR-glass multifilament yarns crack bridging behavior in cement-based matrices

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F. Aslani S. Nejadi A. Caggiano M. Cremona C. Faella C. Lima E. Martinelli B. Fiorio H. Haljewifi J. L. Gallias T. Stengel P. Schiel

Bond constitutive relationship for steel fiber reinforced selfcompacting concrete Post-cracking characterisation of concrete beams reinforced with mixed long/short steel fibers

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Pull-out behaviour of multifilament yarns embedded in a cementitious matrix: influence of the impregnation process on strength and ductility Bond of steel fibres in UHPC - a contactmechanical model for the pull-out of single fibres

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10:50-13:00 MODELLING Chairmen:


Time
10.50 11.05 11.05 11.20

PARALLEL SESSION C P. Riva - S.J. Pantazopoulou


Authors T. Soetens S. Matthys A.O. Abdelatif J.S. Owen M.F.M. Hussein J.M. Benitez J.C. Galvez D. A. Cendn M. J. Casati J.M. Bentez J.C. Glvez P. Neto J. Alfaiate J. Vinagre T. D'Antino C. Pellegrino V. Bianco G. Monti J.A.O. Barros Title

ROOM 3

Paper n 128 48

Implementation of fibre pull-out behaviour in a finite element model for SFRC Modelling the re-anchoring of ruptured tendon in bonded post-tensioned concrete Cohesive-frictional modeling of bond and splitting action of prestressing wire

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An analitical model for simulating the bond of prestressed concrete during the prestressing force release A three-dimensional approach on the CFRP-concrete bond behavior Assessments of some analytical models for the bond strength between FRP and concrete Mechanical model to simulate the NSM FRP strips shear strength contribution to a RC beam: influence of each parameter on the force transferred by a single strip to a prism of plain concrete -

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6.

GENERAL INFORMATION

REGISTRATION
How to Register Delegates should register on-line. However registration is also available by e-mail through a registration form pdf format; please send the registration form to registration@bondinconcrete2012.it. Open the form, fill it in and submit by email. If you prefer you can also opt to print out the form, sign it and fax it to the following number +39 030 3711312 no later than 10 June, 2012. It is not possible to register during the conference. Participants must confirm their arrival at the registration desk before the conference. It will speed up confirmation if you bring your Confirmation Letter with you. The online registration is highly recommended. Substitutions can be accepted at any time, but please advise the conference secretariat of a change of name through the online Registration system or by fax or email. Cancellations received by fax or email must specify your name, your Company/Institution and your paper. Your registration will then be processed and confirmation sent back to you as soon as your payment is confirmed. Registration Fees Category Regular Student Accompanying Person

Before April 15 2012 500.00 300.00 150.00

After April 15 2012 600.00 350.00 150.00

Regular Registration Includes Submittal fee for one paper All technical sessions Programme Proceedings: CD-ROM and printed volume Coffee break and working lunch Welcome Reception Gala Dinner Student Registration Includes Submittal fee for one paper All technical sessions Programme Proceedings: CD-ROM and printed volume Coffee break and working lunch Welcome Reception Accompanying Person Registration Includes Welcome Reception Gala Dinner One or two half day tours How to Pay Full Payment must be made in advance by bank transfers. All payments must be processed in Euros. Important: for bank transfers, please specify your name and BIC 2012. Include a copy of the bank transfer with your form.

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Bank Tran nsfer Should be b made to th he account of BIC Conference 2012. o Ban nk: Intesa Sa anpaolo SpA o Acc count Holde er: COLLEG GIO DEI TEC CNICI DELL L'INDUSTRI IALIZZAZIO ONE EDILIZI ZIA o Acc count Holde er Address: via v G. Zanel lla 36 2013 33 Milano o Acc count Numb ber: 1000000 005511 o IBA AN: IT49N03 30690160410000000551 11 o SW WIFT: BCITI ITMM Please help us identify your paym ment. For ban nk transfers, please speci ify your nam me and BIC 2012. Inc of the bank b transfer r with your fo orm. clude a copy Any cost ts or fees for r payments by b bank trans sfers will be at a the delega ates expence e. How to Can ncel and ref fund Cancella ations can be e made by sen nding fax or email, or in writing (can ncellations w will be accepte ed by fax or email) to o the confere ence secretari iat. Cancella ations receive ed by 15 Apr ril 2012 inclu usive, will re eceive a full refund minu us a 100 adm ministration charge. Cancella ations receive ed by 31 Ma ay 2012 inclu usive, will receive a 50% refund only. After 31 May 2012, no n refunds will w be made. . Online cancellations c are effective e immediatel ly. All refun nds will be processed p afte er the confer rence ends.

TEMPER RATURE E
In June the temperature is about 25-30C and ge enerally sunn ny.

ELECTR RICITY
Electricity y in Italy is 220 2 volts, 16 Ampere, 50 cycles altern nating current (AC). . Italian sock kets are desig gned to accep pt round pron ngs.

CURREN NCY
The official l currency is Euro.

LANGUA AGE
All oral presentations will w be in Eng glish. No sim multaneous tra anslation wil ll be provided.

BADGES S
Each partici ipant will rec ceive a name e badge upon n registration n. All partici ipants are kin ndly requeste ed to wear it t during all sy ymposium ac ctivities and social event ts. Each partici ipant will rec ceive three lu unch vouche ers offered by our sponso ors and a Gala Dinner vo oucher. They y have to be delivered d at the t entrance of the restau urant.

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INTERNET
Wireless Internet access will be provided free of charge in the main venue. Instructions will be provided by the registration desk.

ABOUT BRESCIA

Brescia is a dynamic, hardworking city with a rich heritage of history and art which spans from prehistoric times to the present. Visitors will be fascinated by the atmosphere created by its airy piazzas and picturesque lanes, its fountains and aristocratic residences, the intimacy of its cloisters and the art treasures waiting to be discovered in its churches and museums. Places to visit in the pleasant Historic Centre: Piazza della Loggia, with the sixteenthcentury Palazzo, the porticoes and the Clock Tower, along with the nearby Roman Forum. Not far, you will find the Cidneo Hill with its castle, an imposing medieval fortress with it's Arms Museum. The monumental area comprising the monastic complex of San Salvatore-Santa Giulia in Brescia has been included in the list of UNESCO world heritage sites within the context of the project entitled Italia Langobardorum. Centres of power and worship (568-774 A.D.). This is further confirmation of Brescias historical and cultural importance and the numerous beautiful features which make a visit to this delightful city a truly unique experience. Further information available at the website: http://www.bresciatourism.it/?wf_new_lang=en. Santa Giulia Museum Unesco website: http://www.italialangobardorum.it/.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION IN BRESCIA


The conference will be held at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Brescia (via Branze 38) while the Ice-Breaking will be held in the cloister of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Brescia (via San Faustino 74). The conference venue is located close to the bus stops of lines 1, 7, 10, 15 (maps available at the website http://www.bresciamobilita.it/2010/10/mappe/ timetables at http://www.bresciamobilita.it/2010/10/lineepercorsi-e-orari/).

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HOW TO REACH BRESCIA By plane


Verona Airport "Valerio Catullo" (VRN) offers connections with major Italian and important European cities. The airport is 64 km from Brescia and is connected to Verona's train station by a shuttle service. Brescia has a small airport with low-cost flights to London's Stansted and Rome's Ciampino airports. At 45 km from Brescia you will find Milan Orio al Serio (BGY) international airport. It is Italy's first low-cost airport with many flights for Italian and European destinations. Another option would be to access the two airports in Milan and continue by train to Brescia: Malpensa (MXP) is the main airport and also has intercontinental flights, while the Linate (LIN) airport serves domestic flights and some European links.

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By Train
Brescia is located on the Turin-Milan-Verona-Venice line, with frequent trains both ways. Those coming from the center or the south of Italy must usually change at Milan. The station is located in the historic center. For times please consult the Trenitalia website or call the green number 89 20 21.

By Car
From Turin or Milan take highway A4 Turin-Venice up to the exit at Brescia Centro. Or alternatively, from Turin take highway A21 which allows you to avoid traffic to Milan during busy peak hours. from Venice or Verona take highway A4 towards Milan up to the exit at Brescia Centro. From Bologna, Florence or Rome take highway A1 up to Modena, continue on A22 up to Verona and then get on A4 up to Brescia Centro. From Genoa and Liguria take A7 up to Tortona and continue on A21 up to destination.

ACCOMMODATION: SUGGESTED HOTELS


When booking, mention "Congress BIC 2012 Brescia". ***** Hotel Vittoria Via X Giornate 20 Telefono 030.280061 www.hotelvittoria.com Distance from the congress venue: 3.30 km **** Hotel Ambasciatori Via Santa Maria Crocefissa di Rosa 92 Telefono 030 399 114 www.ambasciatori.net Distance from the congress venue: 1.60 km **** Park Hotel Ca Noa Via Triumplina 66 Telefono 030.398762 www.hotelcanoa.it Distance from the congress venue: 0.20 km

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****Una Hotel Brescia Viale Europa 45 Telefono 030.2018011 www.unahotels.it Distance from the congress venue: 0.50 km ***Albergo Orologio Via Cesare Beccaria 17 Telefono 030.3755411 www.albergoorologio.it Distance from the congress venue: 3.20 km *** Hotel Leonardo Via Pietro dal Monte 40 Telefono 030.397391 www.hotel-leonardo.com Distance from the congress venue: 1.30 km ***** Villa Fenaroli Palace Hotel Via Mazzini 14, Rezzato Telefono 030 27 93 223 www.hotelvillafenaroli.com Distance from the congress venue: 10.60 km

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7.

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

ICE BREAKING
The Ice Breaking will be held on Sunday 17th, between 6.30 p.m. and 9 p.m., downtown, in the cloister of the Faculty of Economics of the University of Brescia (via San Faustino 74).

GALA DINNER
The Gala Dinner will take place on the Garda Lake in the town of Fasano (Gardone Riviera BS) at 8.00 p.m. Three buses will pick the participants up at 5.15 p.m. in Brescia. The meeting points will be indicated at the conference centre. Before the dinner, at 6.30 p.m., a happy hour will be served at Cascina La Pertica, located in Picedo (Polpenazze del Garda), in the Valtenesi, one of the hearts of the wine district around Brescia. At Cascina La Pertica, the ancient tradition of wine growing and winemaking has been refined over the years, to guarantee an excellent production of red, white, and sparkling wines. After the gala dinner, the buses will take the participants back to their hotels.

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SOCIAL PROGRAMME FOR ACCOMPANYING PEOPLE


Tuesday 19th June 2012 half day tour to Verona (9.00 16.00) A guided walking tour can be preceded by a panoramic itinerary by coach to go up on the hills of Verona from where it is possible to admire a breathtaking panorama over the city. Then the walking sightseeing tour will include the Roman Theatre, the Roman Bridge, the Roman Gates, the Della Scala Tombs, Signori Square, Erbe Square, Juliet's House and the Arena. A visit inside Verona Churches (San Zeno or Sant'Anastasia or Cathedrale) could also be included.

Wednesday 20th June 2012 daily tour to Garda lake (9.00 18.00) The town Sal has two ancient monumental Venetian doors, a wonderful 15th century cathedral, late gothic style, a real jewel case of works of art: paintings and sculptures. The new lakeside is beautiful. The Venetian Palace designed by Sansovino reminds us of the Renaissance. Then we can see the places of the so called Republic of Sal of the late Fascist time. The visit to the beautiful and historical village of Sirmione starts in front of a fairy-tale castle dating back to the 13th century, which has remained exactly as it was. Then we enter the walled village and we visit the Castle going to the top of the Tower. A bit further on, we enter a wide beautiful archaeological site, called Grotte di Catullo (Catullus' Caves). It is what remains of a Roman Villa. The park itself and the sight are marvellous as the place is on the tip of the peninsula, and the majestic Roman ruins add great charm. Their description makes us feel as if we were living there in those days. There is also a tiny new museum in which we can have a glimpse of Roman painting and Roman and Lombard way of living. The ruins have been, and are, visited by many people from all over the world. The tickets of the museum will be provided by the BIC2012 organizations as well as the insurance Europ Assistance.

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8.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL PRESENTATIONS

All computers will be equipped with Windows XP-Pro, Office 2003, Acrobat Reader 10.0.

The file should be named according to the following template session number_lastname.ppt (i.e: X_Smith.ppt). Please test your presentation with the on-site PC several hours before your presentation (preferably in the same room of your session even if other PCs will be available). The file upload room will be at speakers disposal from Sunday 17th afternoon until Wednesday 20th afternoon during the normal working hours of the congress. Videos that require additional reading or projection equipment (e.g., VHS cassettes) will be not accepted. Only fonts that are included in the basic installation of MS-Windows will be available. Use of other fonts not included in Windows can cause wrong layout / style of your presentation. All speakers with Power Point presentations are kindly requested to bring their file on a pen drive or a CD to the Slide Centre the day before the presentation CD-ROM or DVD-ROM. Save all files associated with your presentation (PowerPoint file, movie / video files, etc.) to one folder. In case you are presenting more than one presentation during the congress, save different presentations to different folders and name them clearly to avoid on-site misunderstandings and problems. Always make a backup copy of your presentation and save it on a different portable disc or medium than the original presentation. Please come to your Session Room well in advance before your presentation (at least 30min before the beginning of your presentation, preferably the previous day) and contact the reference person in the room, who will make sure your presentation is ready in the appropriate hall. Technical assistance will be available during the sessions and during the opening times of the Secretariat in the Hall of the Congress Centre. Please, do not use MAC file format, if possible. If you edited your presentation in a MAC, you are advised to have a pdf version with you, as pdf versions can be projected without any problem. The time for oral presentation is maximum 12 minutes with 3 minutes discussion time after each presentation. Do not exceed the time allowed for your presentation.

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR PRESENTATION


PowerPoint Instructions If preparing your presentation in PowerPoint, please use the following versions only: PP 97-2003 (*.ppt), to guarantee they will open successfully on an on-site PC We recommend you to save your PowerPoint presentation using PPT format instead of PPS Pictures/Videos JPG images are the preferred file format for inserted images GIF, TIF or BMP formats will be accepted as well Images inserted into PowerPoint are embedded into the presentations. Images that are created at a dpi setting higher than 200 dpi are not necessary and will only increase the file size of your presentation. Try to avoid overloading your presentation with unnecessary images. Videos that require additional reading or projection equipment (e.g., VHS cassettes) will be not accepted

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Fonts Only fonts that are included in the basic installation of MS-Windows will be available (English version of Windows). Use of other fonts not included in Windows can cause wrong layout / style of your presentation. Suggested fonts: Arial, Times New Roman, Tahoma In your slides: Do not use letters smaller than 12 pt. If you insist on using different fonts, these must be embedded into your presentation by choosing the right option when saving your presentation, see details below: o Click on File, then Save As o Check the Tools menu and select Embed True Type Fonts

TRANSFER OF YOUR PRESENTATION


How to save your presentation Please submit your presentation in one of the following formats: o CD-ROM (CD-R/RW), DVD-ROM (DVDR/RW) o USB flash disc Save all files associated with your presentation (PowerPoint file, movie / video files, etc.) to one folder In case you are presenting more than one presentation during the congress, save different presentations to different folders and name them clearly to avoid on-site misunderstandings and problems Always make a backup copy of your presentation and save it on a different portable disc or medium than the original presentation How to submit your presentation Please come to the Speakers Ready Room well in advance before your presentation (at least 1 hour before the beginning of your presentation, preferably the previous day) and contact the technician, who will make sure your presentation is ready in the appropriate hall. A technician will assist the speaker with the uploading process. You can either control / move slides during your presentation on your own (by remote control PowerPoint) or your can ask the operating staff to do it on your behalf in that case, please use words Next slide or Previous slide to instruct the staff. When your session is over, your presentation will be deleted from all computers, no copies or backups will be made.

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CONFERENCE CENTER
GROUND FLOOR

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FIRST FLOOR

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ORGANIZ ZED BY:

University of Brescia (It taly)

Her riot-Watt Univ versity (UK)

UNDER THE T AUSPIC CES OF:

The Intern national Feder ration for Stru uctural Concre ete

A American Conc crete Institute

Japan Concrete C Instit tute

The Inte ernational Un nion of Labora atories and Ex xperts in Construction Materials, Systems and d Structures

Korea Concrete C Instit tute

Italian So ociety of Build ding Industrialization

MAIN SPO ONSORS: