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Rheology of building materials

Nielsen, Anders (1972)
Abstract
This document is a survey of the longterm deformations of building materials. A description of these deformations, common to all the materials, is given. The following materials are considered: concrete, cellular concrete, wood, fìberboard, partícle board, plywood, and to a lesser extent polymers and aluminium. The influences of time, stress, temperature and moisture are discussed.
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keywords
rheology, building materials, long-term deformations (moisture, temperature), creep, modulus of elasticity, reologi, byggnadsmaterial, långtidsdeformation (fukt, temperatur), krypning, elasticitetsmodul
pages
213 pages
publisher
National Swedish Building Research / Statens Institut för byggnadsforskning (BFR)
defense location
V-huset LTH, John Ericssons väg 1, Lund
defense date
1972-06-01 10:15:00
external identifiers
  • other:BFR D6:1972
ISBN
91-540-2026-3
language
English
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no
additional info
Mer information via http://libris.kb.se/bib/7415650
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a37a009a-fc68-46a6-a09c-8dd9851de7a2 (old id 4076608)
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2016-04-04 11:20:13
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  abstract     = {This document is a survey of the longterm deformations of building materials. A description of these deformations, common to all the materials, is given. The following materials are considered: concrete, cellular concrete, wood, fìberboard, partícle board, plywood, and to a lesser extent polymers and aluminium. The influences of time, stress, temperature and moisture are discussed.},
  author       = {Nielsen, Anders},
  isbn         = {91-540-2026-3},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {National Swedish Building Research / Statens Institut för byggnadsforskning (BFR)},
  title        = {Rheology of building materials},
  year         = {1972},
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