Raoul François mainly investigates Composite material, Corrosion, Cracking, Structural engineering and Chloride. The Compressive strength, Mortar and Concrete cover research Raoul François does as part of his general Composite material study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Bond strength and Rod, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Raoul François interconnects Ultimate tensile strength, Service life, Beam and Reinforced solid, Reinforcement in the investigation of issues within Corrosion.
The various areas that Raoul François examines in his Beam study include Metallurgy and Pitting corrosion. His work investigates the relationship between Cracking and topics such as Fissure that intersect with problems in Crack growth resistance curve, Crack closure and Crack tip opening displacement. His Structural engineering research focuses on Reinforced concrete in particular.
His primary areas of investigation include Corrosion, Composite material, Structural engineering, Cracking and Chloride. His Corrosion research includes themes of Ductility, Beam, Reinforcement and Reinforced concrete. His Reinforced concrete study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shear and Wetting.
Ultimate tensile strength, Concrete cover, Steel bar, Mortar and Durability are the primary areas of interest in his Composite material study. His research in Cracking intersects with topics in Reinforced solid and Solid mechanics. His studies deal with areas such as Penetration, Service life, Pitting corrosion and Rebar as well as Chloride.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Corrosion, Composite material, Chloride, Reinforced concrete and Metallurgy. His Corrosion research incorporates themes from Bearing capacity, Structural engineering, Reinforcement, Rebar and Cracking. His Structural engineering research integrates issues from Shear and Material properties.
Composite material and Beam are commonly linked in his work. In his study, Porosity is strongly linked to Work, which falls under the umbrella field of Chloride. His Reinforced concrete research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Durability, Process and Forensic engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Corrosion, Chloride, Composite material, Reinforced concrete and Work. His Corrosion research incorporates elements of Porosity, Structural engineering and Durability. His research integrates issues of Carbonation and Solid mechanics in his study of Structural engineering.
The Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Span, Beam and Stirrup. His Reinforced concrete study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Economic impact analysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Galvanic corrosion and Current.
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ANALYZING CRACK WIDTH TO PREDICT CORROSION IN REINFORCED CONCRETE
Thierry Vidal;Arnaud Castel;Raoul François.
Cement and Concrete Research (2004)
Mechanical behaviour of corroded reinforced concrete beams—Part 1: Experimental study of corroded beams
A. Castel;R. François;G. Arliguie.
Materials and Structures (2000)
Concrete cover cracking with reinforcement corrosion of RC beam during chloride-induced corrosion process
Ruijin Zhang;Arnaud Castel;Raoul François.
Cement and Concrete Research (2010)
Effect of the leaching of calcium hydroxide from cement paste on mechanical and physical properties
Christophe Carde;Raoul François.
Cement and Concrete Research (1997)
Corrosion process and structural performance of a 17 year old reinforced concrete beam stored in chloride environment
Thierry Vidal;Arnaud Castel;Raoul François.
Cement and Concrete Research (2007)
Leaching of both calcium hydroxide and C-S-H from cement paste: Modeling the mechanical behavior
Christophe Carde;Raoul François;Jean-Michel Torrenti.
Cement and Concrete Research (1996)
Effect of crack opening on the local diffusion of chloride in cracked mortar samples
M. Ismail;M. Ismail;A. Toumi;R. François;R. Gagné.
Cement and Concrete Research (2008)
Strengthening of RC members with near-surface mounted CFRP rods
Firas Al-Mahmoud;Arnaud Castel;Raoul François;Christian Tourneur.
Composite Structures (2009)
The steel-concrete interface
Ueli M. Angst;Mette R. Geiker;Mette R. Geiker;Alexander Michel;Christoph Gehlen.
Materials and Structures (2017)
Quality of steel–concrete interface and corrosion of reinforcing steel
T.A Soylev;R François.
Cement and Concrete Research (2003)
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