Schedule for Sept. 17-18

Sunday, Sept. 17

16:00 – 18:00 Registration

18:00 – 20:00 Welcoming party: beverages, appetizers, pizza, registration

ASU CAVC Building Atrium
600 South College Ave
Tempe, AZ

Monday, Sept. 18

7:30 – 17:00 Registration

Memorial Union at ASU Tempe Campus
301 E Orange St
Tempe, AZ

All the sessions will be held in meeting rooms on the second floor.

8:00 – 8:30 Welcome speech

8:30 – 9:30

Plenary session,Chairman: Stephen Foster 
Development of the fib Model Code 2020 and EC2 for FRC structural design
Marco di Prisco  

Development of the Canadian Bridge Code for the structural design of FRC members
Bruno Massicotte  

Parallel sessions

9:30 – 10:50

Parallel Session A: Material PropertiesChairpersons: 

A Tailored Constitutive Law for UHPC when Exposed to Chlorides and Sulphate Environment to Get Reliable LCA Outcomes
Liberato Ferrara

Validation of the FRC Uniaxial Tensile Law Proposed by EC2
Marco di Prisco  

Identification of Uniaxial Tensile Laws for UHPFRC Modelling Giulio Zani  

Impact of PVA Fiber on Mechanical Properties of Concrete and Cement Composites Nakin Suksawang  

Parallel Session B: Impact and Blast Loading and DuctilityChairpersons: 
Impact Strength of VHPC Thin Panels Reinforced with Synthetic Fiber: Experimental Tests and Numerical Simulations
Maria Antonietta Aiello  

Effect of Macro-Synthetic Fibers on the Behaviour of High-Strength Concrete Beams under Blast Loading
Hassan Aoude

Blast Behaviour of Unreinforced Masonry Walls Retrofitted with Fiber-Reinforced Shotcrete
Hassan Aoude  

Ductility in Compression of SFRC and its use with Low CO2 Emissions Green Steel Fibres
Sébastien Wolf

10:50 –11:20 Coffee break

11:20 – 13:00

Parallel Session A: Fiber Distribution and OrientationChairpersons: 

Investigation of Fibre Dispersion in UHPFRC Bridge Girder Using X-Ray Micro-Computed Tomography Analysis
Stephen Foster  

New Approaches to Measuring Fibre Orientation in Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete
Stephen Foster  

Use of X-ray Analysis for the Assessment of Steel Fiber Orientation in SFRC
Matteo Colombo  

The Role of Fiber Orientation: from Standard Beams to the Real Structure Filippo Medeghini   The Role of Fiber Orientation: the Way towards Structural Optimization
Filippo Medeghini  

Parallel Session B: Fatigue EffectsChairpersons: 

On The Influence Of Steel Fibers In RC Beams Under Flexural Fatigue Loading
Vitor Moreira de Alencar Monteiro

Modal Parameters Investigation and Damage Evaluation of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Under Flexural Fatigue Loading Iranildo Barbosa Silva Junior

Advances in Flexural Fatigue of Cracked Macrosynthetic Fiber Reinforced Concrete: Experimental Performance and Numerical Analysis
Débora Martinello Carlesso

Cycling Behavior of Concrete Filled Steel Tubes Utilizing Advanced FRC
Ketan Ragalwar  

13:00 – 14:00 Lunch

14:00 – 15:40

Parallel Session A: Mechanical CharacterizationChairpersons: Effects of Water-reducing Agent on Rheology and Flexural Performance of Fiber-reinforced Mortars
Di Qiao  

Proposed Evaluation Method for Three-point Bending Beam Tests of Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Peter Karoly Juhasz  

Characterisation of 3D Printed Fibre Reinforced Concrete
Galeote, Eduardo  

Mechanical characterization of Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete (UHPFRC) bending behavior
Sara Bascì  

Behavior of Reinforced HPFRCC Columns Subjected to Axial and Lateral Loads
Joseph A. Almeida 

Parallel Session B: Design Specifications for Structural ApplicationsChairpersons:
Influence of Sectional Design and Fiber Type and Dosage on Cracking Behavior of Reinforced Beams Made of FRC
Pedro Serna  

Flexural Behaviour and Design of Prestressed SFRC Girders
Bruno Massicotte  

Optimization Of Reinforcement For Concrete Tunnel Linings
Ralf Winterberg  

Crack Width Limit-driven Design of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Structures: a Performance-based Approach for Improving Durability and Sustainability
Danilo Di Giacinto  

Proposal of An Engineering Design approach for non-metallic Fiber Reinforced Concrete: Through experimental study and numerical modelling on UHPFRC
Fu Lei Zhou Yang

15:40 – 16:10 Coffee break

16:10 – 17:30

Parallel Session A:Temperature Effects
Influence of Low Temperature on the Post-cracking Behaviour of Fibre Reinforced Concrete: Experimental and Numerical Investigation Alejandro Nogales  

Experimental Tests On The Effect Of Temperature On A Polypropylene Fiber And On A Macro-synthetic FRC
Nicola Buratti  

Macro Synthetic Fibre Reinforced Concrete at Elevated Temperatures
Todd Clarke  

An Experimental Study on FRC Subjected to Low (-15 °C) and High (60 °C) Permanent Temperature Exposure
Marta Caballero-Jorna

Parallel Session B: Creep and Long-Term LoadingChairpersons: Long Term Cracking and Deformation Behaviour of FRC One Way Members
Ali Amin  

Creep Relaxation of FRS in the ASTM C1550 Panel Test
Ali Amin  

Creep effects in Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Martin Hunger  

Correlation of Direct Tension and Short Term Tensile Creep Performances of non-proprietary UHPC

Reid Holland

Free evening