Browse Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Author "D'Ambrosia, Matthew"

  • D'Ambrosia, Matthew (2012-02-01)
    Concrete pavements and structures are especially vulnerable to cracking at early age. The volumetric instability of concrete at early age is a frequent cause of cracking. The primary components of volume change are ...

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  • Lange, D.A.; Roesler, Jeffrey R.; D'Ambrosia, Matthew; Grasley, Z.C.; Lee, C.J.; Cowen, D.R. (2003-07)
    The use of High Performance Concrete (HPC) for IDOT transportation structures was the subject of a three-year study that involved field investigation, laboratory experiments, analysis and modeling work. The field study ...

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  • Lange, David; Struble, Leslie; D'Ambrosia, Matthew; Shen, Lin; Tejeda-Dominguez, Fernando; Birch, Benjamin; Brinks, Andrew (Illinois Center for Transportation, 2008-07)
    Self-consolidating concrete (SCC) is an important emerging material that can be used for many applications related to transportation infrastructure. SCC has an advantage over conventional concrete in that it can be easily ...

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