Multi - Scale Modeling of Structural Concrete Author Koichi MAEKAWA, Tetsuya ISHIDA and Toshiharu KISHI
First Published 2009 
Publication : Taylor and Francis
ISBN : 978-0-415-46554-0

1. Introduction ----Multi-phase, Multi-Chemo-Physical Modeling of Structural Concrete
2. Hydration of Cement in Concrete
3. Micro Pore Structure and Moisture
4. Transport of Carbon Dioxide and Carbonation
5. Calcium Ion Transport and Leaching
6. Chloride Ion Transport and Corrosion
7. Time Dependent Mechanics of Cement Hydrates
8. Time Dependent Mechanics of Structural Concrete
9. Structural Mechanics of Damaged Concrete Structures
10. Fatigue Life of Structural Concrete

Nonlinear Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete Author : Koichi MAEKAWA, Amorn PIMANMAS and Hajime OKAMURA
First Published : 2003 
Publication : Taylor and Francis
ISBN : 978-0-415-27126-4

Part I Analysis and Modeling of Reinforced Concrete
 1. Introduction
 2. Two-Dimensional Analysis of Reinforced Concrete
 3. Three-Dimensional Analysis of Reinforced Concrete
 4.  Nonlinear Soil-Structure Interaction
 5. Three Dimensional Analysis of Shells and Frames
 6. Analysis of Strengthened / Retrofitted Structures
 7. Nonlinear Interaction of Multi-Directional Cracking
Part II Constitutive Model of Reinforced Concrete
 8. Stress Transfer Across Reinforced Concrete Interface
 9. Elasto-Plastic Fracture Model for Concrete
 10. Stress Transfer Across Cracks in Reinforced Concrete
 11. Bond Mechanics of Reinforced Concrete
 12. Modeling of Reinforcing Bars in Structure

Modeling of Concrete Performance - Hydration, Microstructure Formation and Transport Author:Koichi MAEKAWA, Rajesh CHAUBE and Toshiharu KISHI
First Published 2009 
Publication :Taylor and Francis
ISBN : 978-0-419-24200-0

1. Introduction
2. Rationalization and Quantification Methods of Concrete Durability
3. Micro Structure Formation and Hydration Phenomenon
4. Moisture Transport in Cementitious Materials
5. Concrete - A Multi Component Composite Porous Media
6. A Simulation Model of Early Age Development in Concrete : DuCOM
7. Multi - Component Model for Hydration Heat of Portland Cement
8. Conclusions & Future Development