Moreover, cracking is shown to more likely develop in concrete near the cooling pipes, mainly from the extreme temperature gradient and fluctuation during the cooling process of concrete. The untimely application of water cooling systems during hot seasons will induce extreme tensile stresses and increase the risk of cracking.

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Get Price2021-3-26 Modeling the Cooling of Concrete by Piped Water T. G. Myers1; N. D. Fowkes2; and Y. Ballim3 Abstract: Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper we develop an approximate model for this process. The problem reduces to solving a one-dimensional heat equation in the concrete, coupled with a ﬁrst

Get PriceModeling the Cooling of Concrete by Piped Water. Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper an approximate model is developed for this process. The problem reduces to solving a one-dimensional heat equation in the concrete, coupled with a first order differential equation for the water ...

Get Price2021-6-30 Modeling the Piped Water Cooling of a Concrete Dam Using the Heat-Fluid Coupling Method.Journal of Engineering Mechanics. Sep2013, Vol. 139 Issue 9, p1278-1289.(SCIEI) 14.

Get Price2021-3-9 Piped Water Cooling of Concrete Dams 73 Note, the heat transfer coeﬃcient can include the eﬀect of the pipe wall through the relation H = 2πκp s a +H0, (3.5) where κp, s and H0 represent the conductivity of the pipe, the pipe thickness and the heat transfer coeﬃcient of water on the pipe, see Carslaw and Jaeger (1959).

Get PricePIPED WATER COOLING OF CONCRETE DAMS J. Charpin, T. Myers∗, A.D. Fitt †, N. Fowkes‡, Y. Ballim and A.P. Patini§ Abstract Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete dams during construction. By examining simple models we obtain an es- timate for the temperature rise along the pipe network and within the concrete.

Get Price1 PIPED WATER COOLING OF CONCRETE DAMS J. Charpin, T. Myers, A.D. Fitt, N. Fowkes, Y. Ballim and A.P. Patini Abstract Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete dams during construction. By examining simple models we obtain an estimate for the temperature rise along the pipe network and within the concrete. To leading order, for practically useful networks, the temperature ...

Get PriceModeling the Cooling of Concrete by Piped Water. Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper an approximate model is developed for this process. The problem reduces to solving a one-dimensional heat equation in the concrete, coupled with a first order differential equation for the water ...

Get Price2021-3-26 Modelling the cooling of concrete by piped water T.G. Myers∗, N.D. Fowkes †, Y. Ballim ‡ March 25, 2009 Keywords: Drying; Temperature; Modelling. Abstract Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete blocks during construction. In this paper we develop an approximate model for this process. The problem reduces

Get Price2009-9-13 Piped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete dams during construction. During this construction large slabs of concrete are poured: typically 3m ×10m ×10m. Concrete is a mixture of cement, sand and gravel: cement makes up about 10−15%. Cement is made up mainly from limestone, calcium, silicon, iron and aluminium.

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Get Price2015-8-25 Liu X H, Duan Y, Zhou W, et al. Modeling the piped water cooling of a concrete dam using the heat-fluid coupling Method [J]. Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 2012, 139(9): 1278–1289. Article Google Scholar [17] Myers T G, Fowkes N D, Ballim Y. Modeling the cooling of concrete by piped water

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Get PriceX. Liu, Y. Duan, W. Zhou, X. Chang. Modeling the Piped Water Cooling of a Concrete Dam Using the Heat-Fluid Coupling Method. J. Eng. Mech. 139(9) DOI 10.1061/(asce)em.1943-7889.0000532, . Construction of Roller Compacted Concrete Dams in Hot Arid Regions. Materials 12(19) (2019) DOI 10.3390/ma12193064; W. Zhou, X. Jing, X. Liu. Temperature ...

Get PriceThe temperature difference only occurs at locations less than 100 m from the cooling water inlet. The concrete temperatures obtained using a steel cooling pipe can reach temperatures 70% and 36% ...

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Get Price2014-12-1 The historical collapse of the St. Francis dam in 1928 , is used as the case study in this paper to allow investigation of the different collapse scenarios and for validating the SPH predictions against observed data. The dam wall had an arched profile and was made of concrete with a height of 57 m and a length of 213 m.The dam before its failure is shown in Fig. 1.

Get PricePiped water is used to remove hydration heat from concrete dams during construction. By examining simple models we obtain an estimate for the temperature rise along the pipe network and within the concrete. To leading order, for practically useful networks, the temperature distribution is quasi-steady, so that exact analytic solutions are obtained.

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Get Price2017-4-1 the equivalent heat conduction equation, and based on Zhu (1991), we have (38) ϕ = exp (− k 1 z s) where k 1 = 2.08 − 1.174 ξ + 0.256 ξ 2, with ξ = λ L / (c w q w ρ w), where λ is the heat flux coefficient, L is the length of concrete, c w is the specific heat capacity of water, q w is the flux of cooling water, and ρ w is the water ...

Get PriceA finite element method was developed to reveal the thermal characteristics of concrete with a cooling pipe, and the influence of cooling pipe on thermal field was calculated by the coupled fluid flow and solid heat transfer method. Temperature distribution along the pipeline was calculated and the mean Nusselt numbers on each section in the cooling pipe also were obtained.

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Get Price2018-3-2 Water level, temperature, stress and strain of concrete, and seepage flow data are important monitoring information used for dam safety evaluation (Jeon et al. 2009; Liu et al. 2011; Li et al. 2014, 2015, 2016).These data provide key information for the control and management of dam systems by using physical or statistical models.

Get Price2021-7-1 It should be noted that some of the concrete variables can be dependent on each other. Hence, the correlation coefficients between all possible variables have been derived and are presented in Fig. 5 and Table 2.High positive or negative values of the correlation coefficient between the input variables may result in poor efficiency and difficulty in determining the effect of these variables on ...

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