publications and responsibilities
Basic and drying shrinkage of infrastructure concretes with variable fly ash content
Mechanical properties and calculation of model parameters Concrete with Aalborg cement and variable fly ash content
Mechanical properties and calculation of model parameters Concrete with Norcem cement and variable fly ash content. FA: Technical performance. SP 3.1 Crack free concrete structures
Ductile high flexural strength fibre reinforced concrete: Materials development towards a high residual flexural strength
COIN's 15 MPa Target Fibre Concrete: Materials Development Towards High Residual Flexural Strenght
On Mix design of structural fiber reinforced self-compacting concrete with high fiber content
Autogenous deformation of concrete: Introductory tests with 7 new temerature controlled dilation rigs
During the last two years, seven temperature controlled dilation rigs have been developed at NTNU and SINTEF. This paper describes set-up and operational procedures, and presents results from test series where cement type was the main variable. For verification, the results were compared with corres...
Updated Temperature-Stress-Testing-Machine (TSTM): Introductory test results and determination of material properties development
To be able to follow up the topic property development and crack risk assessment in the hydration period, which is an important topic for large infrastructure projects, the experimental equipment at the concrete laboratory at NTNU and SINTEF in Trondheim is expanded and modernized. The updated versi...
Autogenous deformation and relative humidity - Concrete with Aalborg Portland cement and fly ash
This report summarizes the results from a series of experiments carried out in 7 new dilations rigs measuring autogenous deformation in concrete. The intention was to find a relation between autogenous deformation and relative humidity in three different mixes with three different binders. Another o...