ICSHM 2015 Extended Abstracts

Extended abstracts submitted by conference presenters:
Abstract No.  Presenter Title (Link to Extended Abstract) 
BACT O2-170 Damian Palin Bacteria-based agent for self-healing marine concrete
BACT O3-65 Chunxiang Qian Self-healing of cracks in cement-based materials by carbonic anhydrase microbiologically precipitation calcium carbonate 
BACT O4-194 Renee M. Mors Reduction of water permeation through cracks in mortar by addition of bacteria based healing agent
BACT O5-66 Mian Luo Performance comparison of two bacteria-based additives used for self-healing concrete
BACT O7-255 M. G. Sierra-Beltran Field application of self-healing concrete with natural fibres as linings for irrigation canals in ecuador
BACT O8-214 Balqis Binti Md Yunus Chloride transport under compressive load in bacteria-based self-healing concrete
BACT O9-124 Bing Liu The feasibility of encapsulation of self-healing bacterium with ethyl cellulose
BACT O11-263 Kevin Paine The requirements for autonomic microbiologically-induced calcite-precipitation in concrete
BACT O12-77 Zichao Pan A three-dimensional numerical research on probability characteristics of a crack hitting capsules for self-healing concrete
BACT O14-106  Guangming Zhu  Preparation of biocompatible and water-proof microcapsule for self-healing concrete
BACT O15-88 Eirini Tziviloglou Preparation and optimization of bio-based and light weight aggregate-based healing agent for application in concrete
BACT P1-121 Jinlong Zhang  Rapid quantification of viable spore by a simple spectrophotometric method
BACT P2-43 Yusuf Cagatay Ersan Microbial self-healing concrete: Denitrification as an enhanced and environment friendly approach
BACT P3-119  Jinlong Zhang Isolation and Identification of a calcium-precipitating bacterium and optimization of influential factors 
BACT P4-126 Bing Liu A waterproof epoxy resin microcapsule for the encapsulation of self healing bacterium
BACT P5-67 Huaicheng Chen Self-healing cementitious materials based on bacteria and nutrients immobilized respectively
BACT P6-125 Bing Liu  Trigger of self-healing process induced by EC encapsulated mineralization bacterium and healing efficiency in cement paste specimens 
BACT P7-143 Ruixing Wang Various filmed effects on the surface of cement-based materials loading with bacteria induced by biomineralization in different interventional modes of CO2
BIOI O3-102 Guangming Zhu Effect of different curing agents on the fracture behavior of epoxy-shelled bio-microcapsule under stress
BIOI O4-251  Richard Trask  Bio-inspired stimuli responsive reversible actuation, using chelating polymers and metal ion binding, for selective growth 
CEMT O2-75 Toshiharu Kishi Elucidation of rapid reduction of water flow through concrete crack regarded as self-healing phenomenon
CEMT O3-261 En-Hua Yang Effects of Slag Content on Self-Healing Behavior of Engineered Cementitious Composites
CEMT O4-177 Haoliang Huang Effect of carbonation on autogenous self-healing in cementitious materials
CEMT O5-276  Omer Kaya Self-healing of high-performance fibre-reinforced cementitious composites
CEMT O6-153 Hua Dong Sodium silicate particles encapsulated in epoxy resin for self-healing cement-based materials
CEMT O7-82 Rami Alghamri Self-healing concrete by using MgO based pellets enclosed by PVA film coating
CEMT O8-256 Kelly Olivier Cementitious materials with mineral additions: impact on the self-healing kinetics and the products formation
CEMT O9-73 Tanvir Qureshi Influence of expansive minerals on the self-healing of cement paste and mortar systems
CEMT O10-100 Antonios Kanellopoulos Encapsulated mineral precursors for self-healing cement based composites
CEMT O12-253 Kim Van Tittelboom Capsules changing in brittleness due to leaching of plasticizing agents
CEMT O14-281 Liberato Ferrara Microscopical characterization of the self healing mechanisms in high performance cementitious composites reinforced with steel and natural fibres
CEMT O15-74 Kayondo Muzafalu Detailed observation of air bubble generation by water flow hydrodynamics in narrow gaps such as concrete
CEMT O18-54 Arn Mignon Smart superabsorbent polymers for self-sealing and -healing of mortar
CEMT O19-148 Gruyaert Elke Evaluation of the self-sealing effect of mortar containing polymeric healing agents
CEMT O20-31 Didier Snoeck Autogenous healing of cementitious materials promoted by superabsorbent polymers studied by means of X-ray computed microtomography
CEMT O21-220 Benoit Hilloulin Mechanical regains due to autogenic healing in cementitious materials
CEMT O23-252  Tomoya Nishiwaki  Experimental study on self-healing effect of FRCC with PVA fibers and additives against freeze/thaw cycles 
CEMT O25-136 Zhigang Zhang  Investigation on the influence of self-healing on ECC's tensile mechanical properties
CEMT O24-231 Cornelia Baera Analysis of self-healing potential of advanced cementitious composites - preliminary compositions and experimental results
CEMT O25-136 Zhigang Zhang Investigation on the influence of self-healing on ECC's tensile mechanical properties
CEMT P2-83 Maria Araujo Development and characterization of novel polymers for self-healing cementitious materials
CEMT P3-84 Marta Roig-Flores Study of the self-healing behavior of early-age cracks in concrete with crystalline admixtures under six environmental exposures
CEMT P4-258 Sukmin Kwon Self-healing capability of ultra-high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHP-FRC)
CEMT P5-223 Ana Dolores Carrillo Gonzalez  Flexural strength and elastic modulus recovery in self-healing concrete repaired by inorganic solutions
CEMT P8-160 Tetsuya Murakami A study on the new water leak repair method for subway tunnels using crack self-healing repair materials
CEMT P11-180 Liberato Ferrara Engineering self-healing capacity of cement based materials through crystalline admixtures
CEMT P12-248 Ali Behnood Comparative study on different polymer tubes as carriers of healing agent for self-healing concrete
CEMT P13-93 Pieter Minnebo Ideal material properties for capsules or vascular system used in cementitious self-healing materials
CEMT P14-262 Joao Feiteira Self-healing of moving cracks in reinforced concrete based on encapsulated polymer precursors
CEMT P20-199 Dr. Josepha Kempl Autogenous self-healing in blast furnace slag cement by sodium monofluorophosphate
COAT O2-181 Yujing Zhang Acrylate-based UV-cured self-replenishing hydrophobic coatings for further industrial applications
FIBR O8-233 Shu Minakuchi Microvascular-based hierarchical system for sensing-healing of delamination in composite structures
FIBR O4-168 Hirotaka Koyanagi   Evaluation Method of Fracture Properties of Fiber-Reinforced Self-Healing Ceramics
FIBR P1-169 Kazuoki Baba Strengthening of fiber-reinforced self-healing ceramics
FUNC O2-113 Li-Ping Lv Stimuli-responsive nanocarriers for self-healing in corrosion protection
FUNC P1-94 Zhen Liu Polymer-particle dual network: Towards concomitant self-healing & load-bearing properties in intrinsically SH materials
Chrysoula Litina Self-healing of cementitious composites using silica precursors as microencapsulated healing agents
MCAP-CEMT O3-44 Guohao Fang Investigation of self-healing in cementitious materials with sulfoaluminate cement microcapsules using X-ray computed tomography


Livia Souza Synthesis and characterization of acrylate microcapsules using microfluidics for self-healing in cementitious materials
MCAP-CEMT O5-138  Guangming Zhu The microcapule responsive to chloride ion


Guangming Zhu Preparation of Cu2+-P(VIm-MMA) complex shelled microcapsule and its respondent behavior to carbonate ion in water
MCAP-CEMT P2-101 Guangming Zhu Design and preparation of chloridion-triggered microcapsule for chemical self-healing application
MCAP-CEMT P3-105  Guangming Zhu Synthesis and characterization of novel mechanical triggered phenol-formaldehyde microcapsules containing a rejuvenator for self-healing cement-based materials
MCAP-CEMT P4-107 Wei Xiong The application of chloride ions trigger capsules in cementitious materials
MCAP-CEMT P5-103  Guangming Zhu Fabrication and characterization of chloridion-triggered capsules
MCAP-CEMT P6-108 Leyang Lu Applying nanoindentation to measure micromechanical properties of phenol-formaldehyde microcapsules for self-healing cement-based materials
MCAP-CEMT P7-45 Guohao Fang Investigation of a novel self-immunity system in cementitious materials with calcium oxide microcapsules
MCAP-CEMT P8-97 Guangming Zhu Chloridion response of the microcapsule shelled with polystyrene-cuprous chloride composite
MCAP-CEMT P9-141 Guangming Zhu Determination of the rupture stress of microcapsules and the Young's modulus of its shell materials by nanoindenter


Guangming Zhu Mechanical performance investigation into of a signal DCPD/PF microcapsule with nanoindenter
Guangming Zhu Chloridion-triggered microcapsule for self-healing concrete application 
MCAP-POLY O5-51  Hyeong Jin Jeon Microfluidic fabrication of microcapsules encapsulating mineral oil and evaluation of self-healing of self-cleaning performance
MODL-CEMT O5-151 Branko Savija  Modelling the influence of cracking and healing on modal properties of concrete beams 
SUPR O9-205 Nico Hohlbein  Self-healing processes in ionomeric elastomers 
SUPR P1-206 Ahmad Shaaban  Heal-on-demand by local heating in ionomeric nanocomposites
THRM P4-128 Bertrand Willocq  Electrically induced healing of a Diels-Alder-CNT polyurethane composite 

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