Estimation of Parameters for the Temperature Analysis of Concrete using 3-D FEM
About 90 percent of temperature cracking in the walls of concrete structures is continuous cracking with a cracking width of 0.1 ~ 0.3 mm , Therefore, temperature cracking has become a problem, since it causes fine sight loss, reduced strength and leakage in farm ponds.
KeywordsHeat Transfer Coefficient Concrete Structure Inverse Analysis Transient Heat Transfer Farm Pond
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