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15 Continuity between dominant coarse grain and dominant fine grain cases. 52) where x is the ratio of fine to coarse grain diameters. 54) For the calibration of the model, the compaction index remains to be fixed. As shown in Fig. 14, the higher the value of K, the sharper the binary curves. 18). 0078 for rounded and crushed aggregates respectively. 16 Fitting of interaction functions a or b vs. size ratio. Squares and circles stand for crushed and rounded aggregates respectively. 17 Binary mixes of rounded grains.

Some standards require a minimum structure dimension/MSA ratio of 5, which is not always observed (for example in some small precast pieces). Moreover, in a reinforced concrete piece the container to be considered is the inner volume of the form minus the reinforcement. 5 times the MSA. Finally, fibres can be included in the mixture, which have a strong disruptive effect on the packing of particles. In this section, two basic cases are studied: a boundary surface (corresponding to the wall effect exerted by the form), and fibrous inclusions (defined as individual volumes having one dimension of the same order as, and the two others small compared with, the MSA; see Fig.

5 and 16 mm for the sand and the gravel respectively), corresponding to the sieve size at which half of the mass of particles passed. 065 was found for kF. 1%. The only significant disagreement between theory and experiment is found with the right-hand point in Fig. 33. 6%. The reason probably lies in the length of the fibres (60 mm), in which an additional container wall effect originates. However, both experiments and model reflect the fact that at constant volume and transverse dimensions the perturbation exerted by fibres increases with their length (Rossi, 1998).

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