de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
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Barcelona School of Civil Engineering (ETSECCPB)
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  • Analysis of differences in the behaviour of traditional and self-compacting steel fibre reinforced concrete

     Liao, Lin; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    International Conference Fibre Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2013-09-12
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  • Fibre orientation in SFRC slabs

     Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    International Conference Fibre Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2013-09-12
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  • Steel fibre reinforced concrete precast segments for vertical shafts

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Liao, Lin; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    International Conference Fibre Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2013-09-12
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  • Analytical model for the generalization of the Barcelona test by using the axial displacement to determine the toughness of the FRC

     Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    International Conference Fibre Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2013-09
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  • Incorporación del hormigón reforzado con fibras en el programa de un curso de estructuras de hormigón

     Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Jornadas Internacionales de Enseñanza de la Ingeniería Estructural
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-12
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  • Design of macro-synthetic fibre reinforced concrete pipes

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Campos Escariz, Renata; Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Construction & building materials
    Date of publication: 2013-06-03
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    This paper presents an experimental campaign in which concrete pipes were manufactured using plastic fibres as the sole reinforcement material. In this regard, it has been demonstrated that the use of plastic fibres is compatible with pipe production systems, and that, when subjected to the crushing test (CT), plastic fibre reinforced pipes yield strength classes that are attractive in terms of the growth of this material in the concrete pipe industry. Moreover, the results obtained from both the characterisation of the material and the mechanical behaviour of the pipes have been used to verify that the Model for the Analysis of Pipes (MAPs) is an appropriate tool for the design of such pipes. Finally, this paper presents a direct design methodology which was used to establish the firsts design tables for fibre reinforced concrete pipes presented in the scientific literature. This methodology can be used to estimate the strength requirements of the fibre reinforced concrete needed to reach the strength classes set out in EN 1916:2002, without having to resort to the CT as an indirect design method.

    This paper presents an experimental campaign in which concrete pipes were manufactured using plastic fibres as the sole reinforcement material. In this regard, it has been demonstrated that the use of plastic fibres is compatible with pipe production systems, and that, when subjected to the crushing test (CT), plastic fibre reinforced pipes yield strength classes that are attractive in terms of the growth of this material in the concrete pipe industry. Moreover, the results obtained from both the characterisation of the material and the mechanical behaviour of the pipes have been used to verify that the Model for the Analysis of Pipes (MAPs) is an appropriate tool for the design of such pipes. Finally, this paper presents a direct design methodology which was used to establish the firsts design tables for fibre reinforced concrete pipes presented in the scientific literature. This methodology can be used to estimate the strength requirements of the fibre reinforced concrete needed to reach the strength classes set out in EN 1916:2002, without having to resort to the CT as an indirect design method.

  • Application of constitutive models in European codes to RC-FRC

     Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Construction & building materials
    Date of publication: 2013-03
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    The recent publication of codes for the design of FRC is a major step towards extending the use of the material. An in depth analysis indicates several differences between the constitutive models proposed in the existing codes. In this study, these models are compared and a numerical simulation is performed to evaluate their differences in terms of the structural behavior predicted and measured in an experimental program of RC-FRC elements. The predictions provided by the models fit satisfactorily the experimental results for elements with steel fibers and with plastic fibers

  • Integrated sustainability assessment method applied to structural concrete columns

     Pons Valladares, Oriol; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Construction & building materials
    Date of publication: 2013-12-02
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    This research paper presents a general model for integral sustainability analysis of columns. This assessment tool has been obtained by using MIVES, a Multi-Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) model which considers the sustainability main plans (economic, environmental and social) and incorporates a value function concept in order to homogenize the indicators and consider the degree of satisfaction. This tool is general and could be applied to assess other structural components within the building sector after introducing minor changes. Nevertheless, for this research project, it has been designed to assess reinforced concrete columns in buildings in situ. Therefore, the influence of determining variables such as concrete compressive strength, cross-section geometry and building process have been studied based on this defined model.

  • Characterization and control of wet-mix sprayed concrete with accelerators

     Galobardes Reyes, Isaac
    Defense's date: 2013-11-22
    Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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  • Characterization and modelling of SFRC elements  Open access

     Blanco Álvarez, Ana
    Defense's date: 2013-03-20
    Department of Construction Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    The use of fibre reinforced concrete (FRC) as a construction material has expanded beyond the traditional applications since the publication of design codes and guidelines. In fact, the industry is demanding FRC with increasing structural responsibilities and, in some cases, with the fibres as the only reinforcement. Despite the remarkable advances in the fibre reinforcement technology and the publication of design guidelines, questions continue to arise regarding the performance, the characterization and the modelling of the material. The definition of the constitutive model of FRC and the development of methods for the characterization have been extensively studied. However, their adequacy for certain applications still remains an issue. Moreover, properties such as the fibre orientation and the creep behaviour are not minor concerns and need to be properly considered. These subjects require further research in order to work towards an accurate and efficient design procedure. In this context, the great interest of the industry to understand better FRC behaviour has created the opportunity of performing small-scale and real-scale tests that are a valuable source of information. Therefore, a rather generalist doctoral thesis covering several subjects about the characterization and modelling of steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC) elements is proposed. The subjects addressed in this research refer to the flexural behaviour and modelling of RC-SFRC beams (beams with combined reinforcement of steel fibres and rebars); the flexural behaviour, fibre orientation and modelling of SFRC slabs with changing dimensions; the prediction of the tensile behaviour of SFRC and the post-cracking creep behaviour of SFRC. The first subject concerns the adequacy of the constitutive models proposed in the current European codes and guidelines to model the flexural response of RC-SFRC beams. For that, real-scale elements with different steel fibres and fibre contents were tested. The results of the numerical modelling show that, in general, these constitutive models reproduce satisfactorily the experimental data. In the second subject, based on the flexural behaviour of real-scale SFRC slabs, geometry factors are proposed to compensate for the inaccuracies of the current constitutive models to reproduce the response of such elements. The study conducted on the modelling of the flexural behaviour of the slabs allowed identifying a favourable effect of the fibre orientation (fibre network effect) as the width of the slabs increased. The third subject covers a proposal of an analytical formulation to estimate the tensile stress-strain diagram of FRC from the results of the Barcelona test. The validation performed indicates the applicability of the new model to concrete with either steel fibres or plastic fibres. The last subject focuses on the post-cracking creep behaviour of SFRC, which is assessed by performing flexural tests under sustained load on pre-cracked small-scale beams. Based on the results, a simple model to predict the evolution of the creep coefficient with time is proposed.

  • Estructuras en Cataluña: volumen 10: curso 2011-2012

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Date of publication: 2013-04-29
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  • New analytical model to generalize the Barcelona Test using axial displacement

     Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Journal of civil engineering and management (Spausdinta)
    Date of publication: 2013
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    The Barcelona Test has proved to be very suitable for the systematic control of the tensile properties of Fibre Reinforced Concrete (FRC). Nevertheless, the need to measure the total circumferential opening displacement (TCOD) of the specimen entails the use of an expensive circumferential extensometer. In order to simplify the test, studies from the literature propose the use of the axial displacement of the press (d) instead of the TCOD, obtaining empirical equations to correlate the energy estimated with both measurements. However, these equations are only valid for d ranging from 1 to 4 mm and were adjusted based on the test results of just a few types of FRC. The verification of this formulation for other types of FRC shows an average error of 51.1%, thus limiting the simplification proposed for the test. In this paper, a new analytical model to convert the d into the TCOD is developed and validated for a wide range of FRC. Besides being applicable to the whole range of d, the new model provides a clear physical understanding of the main mechanism observed during the test and shows an average error of only 6.7%, making it possible to simplify the Barcelona test.

    The Barcelona Test has proved to be very suitable for the systematic control of the tensile properties of Fibre Reinforced Concrete (FRC). Nevertheless, the need to measure the total circumferential opening displacement (TCOD) of the specimen entails the use of an expensive circumferential extensometer. In order to simplify the test, studies from the literature propose the use of the axial displacement of the press (δ) instead of the TCOD, obtaining empirical equations to correlate the energy estimated with both measurements. However, these equations are only valid for δ ranging from 1 to 4 mm and were adjusted based on the test results of just a few types of FRC. The verification of this formulation for other types of FRC shows an average error of 51.1%, thus limiting the simplification proposed for the test. In this paper, a new analytical model to convert the δ into the TCOD is developed and validated for a wide range of FRC. Besides being applicable to the whole range of δ, the new model provides a clear physical understanding of the main mechanism observed during the test and shows an average error of only 6.7%, making it possible to simplify the Barcelona test.

  • Innovación del hormigón con fibras estructural

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Agulló Fité, Luís; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura, L
    Congreso Nacional de Ingeniería Civil
    Presentation's date: 2012-02-23
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  • Experiencias en el desarrollo de hormigones autocompactantes reforzados con fibras eficientes y versátiles

     Molinos Gómez, Albert; Baños Escudero, F.; Carvajal Bricio, Maria D.; Ramírez Rodríguez, A.; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura Pérez, Ignacio
    Congreso Iberoamericano sobre Hormigón Autocompactante
    Presentation's date: 2012-12-03
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  • Metodología para el diseño óptimo de dovelas de hormigón reforzado con fibras

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Congresso Brasileiro de Túneis e Estruturas Subterrâneas
    Presentation's date: 2012-03-21
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    En este trabajo se presentan una de las experiencias más relevantes relativas al uso de fibras estructurales como refuerzo del hormigón substitución prácticamente toda la armadura pasiva tradicional en dovelas para anillos de revestimiento en el área metropolitana de Barcelona. Es conocido, que la adición de fibras estructurales mejora, por una parte, la respuesta estructural del elemento durante su construcción, especialmente durante la acción del empuje de los gatos, y, por otra parte, conduce a reducciones globales de los costes en virtud de la disminución de la cuantía de armadura pasiva tradicional que se produce. El objetivo de este trabajo consiste en exponer uno de los varios casos reales de aplicación de esta tecnología en túneles urbanos así como el método de diseño implementado para tener en cuenta la contribución de las fibras a nivel seccional. El caso que se presenta, en particular, ha permitido reducir hasta un 70% de la armadura pasiva convencional mediante el empleo de 25 kg/m3 de fibras metálicas. A la luz de este buen resultado, así como de la robustez del método de diseño propuesto, varias compañías de prefabricación españolas de dovelas para túneles se han interesado por este sistema así como de las ventajas que aparecen fruto del uso de fibras en este tipo de elementos. Esta actitud positiva e innovadora ha sido fuertemente influenciada por la aprobación de la nueva Instrucción de Hormigón Estructural española (EHE-08), la cual incluye un anejo (Anejo 14. Recomendaciones para la utilización de hormigón con fibras) en la que se regula y se exponen las bases de diseño, fabricación y control de elementos de hormigón reforzado con fibras.

  • Macro-synthetic fiber-reinforced concrete pipes: part 1: technological characterization

     Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pícolo Salvador, Renan; Campos Escariz, Renata
    Congresso Brasileiro do Concreto
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-11
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  • Fibre reinforced concrete pipes: new designing trends

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Molins Borrell, Climent; Campos Escariz, Renata
    RILEM International Symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-21
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  • Recent methods for the characterization of fiber reinforced concrete

     Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Congresso Brasileiro do Concreto
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-11
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  • Macro-synthetic fibre reinforced concrete pipes: part 2: methology for the optimum design

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Claudino Veras, Juliana
    Congresso Brasileiro do Concreto
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-11
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  • Comparative analysis of constitutive models of fibre reinforced concrete

     Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Congresso Brasileiro do Concreto
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-09
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  • A new approach on crushing strength test for fibre reinforced concrete pipes

     Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Molins Borrell, Climent; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    RILEM International Symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-21
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  • Experiences in Barcelona with the use of fibres in segmental linings

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Tunnelling and underground space technology
    Date of publication: 2012-01
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    This paper presents the most outstanding experiences regarding the use of fibres as the main reinforcement in precast segmental linings in the metropolitan area of Barcelona. It is known that the addition of structural fibres improves, on the one hand, the mechanical behaviour of the structure during its construction, especially in cases such as the thrust of the jacks, and on the other hand it leads to a reduction of the global costs by reducing the conventional passive reinforcement. The aim of this paper consists in presenting three real experiences that are representative of the application of FRC in urban tunnels and a design methodology to take into account the structural contribution of the fibres. Two particular cases of the application of this design method are presented. In the first case, the use of 25 kg/m3 of fibres has led to a reduction of 70% of the conventional reinforcement initially proposed in the project. In the second one, which was planned to employ fibres but without considering its structural contribution, the parametric study reflected the possibility of reducing up to a 38% of the rebars adding 25 kg/m3 of steel fibres in the concrete mixture. In light of good results, construction companies in Spain have become aware of the advantages of using fibres in these structures and have carried out experimental stretches. This attitude has also been influenced by the approval of the new Spanish Code, which includes the FRC as a construction material with design purposes.

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  • A new design method for steel fibre reinforced concrete pipes

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Campos Escariz, Renata; Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; Molins Borrell, Climent; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Construction & building materials
    Date of publication: 2012-05
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  • Cracking behavior of FRC slabs with traditional reinforcement

     Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Materials and structures
    Date of publication: 2012-04-02
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    The combination of fibers with traditional reinforcement may be a very interesting design solution to achieve more durable and economical structures. This paper deals with the analysis of the aforementioned solution through the study at serviceability and ultimate limit states. For this purpose, a total of eighteen concrete slabs were produced (3x1x0.2 m) with different reinforcement configurations, types of fibers (steel and plastic) and the fiber dosage used (0.25 and 0.50%). These slabs were tested under the configuration of a four point bending test. The results of this experimental campaign were used in the study of the cracking and deflection of the various types of concrete, tackling the analysis from several points of view.

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  • Numerical model for the analysis up to failure of precast concrete sections

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Molins Borrell, Climent; Armengou, Jaume
    Computers & structures
    Date of publication: 2012-09
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    Steel fiber reinforced concrete pipes. Part 2: Numerical model to simulate the crushing test  Open access

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Molins Borrell, Climent; Chama Neto, Pedro Jorge
    IBRACON structures and materials journal
    Date of publication: 2012-01
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    This paper is part of an extensive work about the technological development, experimental analysis and numerical modeling of steel fibre reinforced concrete pipes. The first part (“Steel fibre reinforced concrete pipes. Part 1: technological analysis of the mechanical behavior”) dealt with the technological development of the experimental campaign, the test procedure and the discussion of the structural behavior obtained for each of the dosages of fibre used. This second part deals with the aspects of numerical modeling. In this respect, a numerical model called MAP, which simulates the behavior of fibre reinforced concrete pipes with medium-low range diameters, is introduced. The bases of the numerical model are also mentioned. Subsequently, the experimental results are contrasted with those produced by the numerical model, obtaining excellent correlations. It was possible to conclude that the numerical model is a useful tool for the design of this type of pipes, which represents an important step forward to establish the structural fibres as reinforcement for concrete pipes. Finally, the design for the optimal amount of fibres for a pipe with a diameter of 400 mm is presented as an illustrating example with strategic interest.

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    Steel fiber reinforced concrete pipes. Part 1: technological analysis of the mechanical behavior  Open access

     Domingues de Figueiredo, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Molins Borrell, Climent; Chama Neto, Pedro Jorge
    IBRACON structures and materials journal
    Date of publication: 2012-01
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    This paper is the first part of an extensive work focusing the technological development of steel fiber reinforced concrete pipes (FRCP). Here is presented and discussed the experimental campaign focusing the test procedure and the mechanical behavior obtained for each of the dosages of fiber used. In the second part (“Steel fiber reinforced concrete pipes. Part 2: Numerical model to simulate the crushing test”), the aspects of FRCP numerical modeling are presented and analyzed using the same experimental results in order to be validated. This study was carried out trying to reduce some uncertainties related to FRCP performance and provide a better condition to the use of these components. In this respect, an experimental study was carried out using sewage concrete pipes in full scale as specimens. The diameter of the specimens was 600 mm, and they had a length of 2500 mm. The pipes were reinforced with traditional bars and different contents of steel fibers in order to compare their performance through the crushing test. Two test procedures were used in that sense. In the 1st Series, the diameter displacement was monitored by the use of two LVDTs positioned at both extremities of the pipes. In the 2nd Series, just one LVDT is positioned at the spigot. The results shown a more rigidity response of the pipe during tests when the displacements were measured at the enlarged section of the socket. The fiber reinforcement was very effective, especially when low level of displacement was imposed to the FRCP. At this condition, the steel fibers showed an equivalent performance to superior class pipes made with traditional reinforced. The fiber content of 40 kg/m3 provided a hardening behavior for the FRCP, and could be considered as equivalent to the critical volume in this condition.

  • Realización de los tramos de prueba del proyecto NEWCRETE. Campaña en planta

     Mena Sebastia, Francisco; Segura Pérez, Ignacio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Date: 2012-10-18
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  • Realización de los tramos de prueba del proyecto NEWCRETE. Campaña de laboratorio

     Mena Sebastia, Francisco; Segura Pérez, Ignacio; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Date: 2012-10-18
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  • Barrera de hormigón in situ de altas prestaciones de seguridad y sostenibilidad

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique
    Date: 2012-01-16
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  • Monografías Técnicas Cemex: hormigón con fibras

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo
    Date: 2012
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  • Aplicación de fibras estructurales a los pilotes tipo CPI 8

     Ainchil Lavin, Javier; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Ramos, Heisin; Segura Pérez, Ignacio
    Date: 2012-10-23
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  • Realización de los tramos de prueba del proyecto NEWCRETE: campaña de laboratorio

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura, Ignacio
    Date: 2012-10-15
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  • Análisis estructural preliminar y propuesta de reparación del paraguas de planta octogonal de D. Ildefonso Sánchez del Río en Pola de Siero (Asturias)

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique
    Date: 2012-07-23
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  • Propuesta de optimización del refuerzo de las dovelas prefabricadas de los pozos de las calles Urgell, Nàpols e Independència

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique
    Date: 2012-10-15
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  • Planteamientos para el estudio de la presa de Rialb

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura, Ignacio
    Date: 2012-05-17
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  • Estado actual de la estructura de las torres de refrigeración de la CTCC de Plana de Vent (Tarragona)

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Alegre Heitzmann, Vicente; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura, Ignacio
    Date: 2012-07-16
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  • Proyecto BAHORIS

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique
    Date: 2012-09-10
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  • Improved quality control system for FRC

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Blanco Álvarez, Ana; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Pujadas Alvarez, Pablo
    Date: 2012-11-05
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  • Porpuesta de extracción de testigos de los tramos de prueba del proyecto NEWCRETE

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique
    Date: 2012-07-25
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  • Análisis del estado actual de los pilotes de la planta Termosolar Borges (Fase 1)

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Segura, Ignacio
    Date: 2012-11-19
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  • Informe final conjunto de la experiencia con pantallas bicapa

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Date: 2012-02-27
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  • Análisis de optimización del refuerzo de la dovela del túnel de acceso a la nueva terminal del aeropuerto de Barcelona

     de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; Aguado De Cea, Antonio
    Date: 2012-01-16
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  • Primera campaña experimental de hormigones autocompactantes con áridos reciclados y fibras de acero

     Aguado De Cea, Antonio; Pialarissi Cavalaro, Sergio Henrique; de la Fuente Antequera, Alberto
    Date: 2012-03-12
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  • Pré-dimensionamento do reforço das aduelas do tunel da Linha 5 do Metro de São Paulo

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    Date: 2012-01-04
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  • Losa de hormigón con refuerzo mixto fibras + barras para el centro comercial Ànec-Blau (Castelldefels, Barcelona)

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    Date: 2012-01-09
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  • Informação previa fornecida pela UPC

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    Date: 2012-01-02
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  • Contrastación del modelo de simulación desarrollado con los resultados experimentales del laboratorio central de ensayo de materiales de construcción

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    Date: 2012-12-09
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