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Aging concrete structures: a review of mechanics and concepts

that the Paris law exponent is significantly higher, specifically 10 for concrete ( Bažant and Xu, 1991 ). 8.9 Dynamic Loads, Seismicity, and Impact Earth quakes are critical for design in many parts of the world. In order to ensure the required life-time, a structure must be able to withstand a seismic event even towards the end of its service life after being subjected to years of environmental influences, sustained loads and cyclic loading. For dynamic and seismic analyses, inertia, the rate-dependence of strength, and dynamic material properties are of

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