Workshop proceeding no. 12: Crack width calculation methods for large concrete structures

Oslo, Norway, August 29.-30, 2017. 104 pages.

**Contents:**

**List of Participants: **

**Keynote lectures:**

01. The CEOS.fr research project – Behaviour and assessment of massive structures:cracking and shrinkage

Philippe Bisch

02. Proposal of new crack width formulas in the Eurocode 2, background, experiments, etc.

Alejandro Pérez Caldentey

03. Crack Widths in Structural Concrete Subjected to In-Plane Loading

Walter Kaufmann

04. Deformation-based crack width control in large restrained concrete members

Dirk Schlicke

05. An improvement to Eurocode 2 and fib Model Code 2010 methods for calculating crack width in RC structures: mathematical model and simplified method

Maurizio Taliano

Seminar lectures:

01. Evaluation of crack width calculation methods used in design of offshore concrete structures

Dan-Evert Brekke

02. Uncertainties of Crack Width Models for Macro and Meso Levels of RC Structural Elements

Vladimir Cervenka

03. The modelling uncertainty of non-linear finite element analyses of concrete structures

Morten Engen

04. Influence of cracking on reinforcement corrosion

Karla Hornbostel

05. Control of cracking due to restrained deformations imposed at early ages or later

(Related to a new Annex proposed for Eurocode 2)

Terje Kanstad

06. Consequences of cracking related to tightness

Anja B. E. Klausen

07. Crack Width Verification of Large Disturbed Regions in Practice

Kenneth C. Kleissl

08. Finite element analysis with the Cracked Membrane Model

Mário Pimentel

09. Crack width verification challenges for large RC structurers in practice

Uffe Graaskov Ravn

10. Evaluation of crack width calculation methods according to Eurocode 2 and fib Model Code 2010 and suggestions to improvements

Reignard Tan

11. Crack predictions using random fields

Ab van den Bos

12. Strain level and cracking of the lightweight aggregate concrete beams

Jelena Zivkovic

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