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Pietro Lura
Pietro Lura
Head of Concrete and Asphalt Laboratory, Empa / Professor of Concrete Technology, ETH
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Autogenous shrinkage in high-performance cement paste: An evaluation of basic mechanisms
P Lura, OM Jensen, K Van Breugel
Cement and concrete research 33 (2), 223-232, 2003
8262003
Mixture proportioning for internal curing
DP Bentz, P Lura, JW Roberts
Concrete international 27 (2), 35-40, 2005
5682005
Internal curing by superabsorbent polymers in ultra-high performance concrete
J Justs, M Wyrzykowski, D Bajare, P Lura
Cement and concrete research 76, 82-90, 2015
5162015
Autogenous deformation and internal curing of concrete.
P Lura
4042003
Effect of curing temperature and type of cement on early-age shrinkage of high-performance concrete
P Lura, K van Breugel, I Maruyama
Cement and Concrete Research 31 (12), 1867-1872, 2001
3212001
Influence of shrinkage-reducing admixtures on development of plastic shrinkage cracks
P Lura, B Pease, GB Mazzotta, F Rajabipour, J Weiss
ACI materials journal 104 (2), 187, 2007
2872007
Techniques and materials for internal water curing of concrete
OM Jensen, P Lura
Materials and Structures 39, 817-825, 2006
2712006
Effect of internal curing by using superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on autogenous shrinkage and other properties of a high-performance fine-grained concrete: results of a RILEM …
V Mechtcherine, M Gorges, C Schroefl, A Assmann, W Brameshuber, ...
Materials and Structures 47, 541-562, 2014
2362014
Measurement of volume change in cementitious materials at early ages: review of testing protocols and interpretation of results
G Sant, P Lura, J Weiss
Transportation Research Record 1979 (1), 21-29, 2006
2132006
Study on the development of the microstructure in cement-based materials by means of numerical simulation and ultrasonic pulse velocity measurement
G Ye, P Lura, K Van Breugel, ALA Fraaij
Cement and Concrete Composites 26 (5), 491-497, 2004
1972004
Influence of superabsorbent polymers on hydration of cement pastes with low water-to-binder ratio: A calorimetry study
J Justs, M Wyrzykowski, F Winnefeld, D Bajare, P Lura
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 115, 425-432, 2014
1892014
Performance of shrinkage-reducing admixtures at different humidities and at early ages
J Weiss, P Lura, F Rajabipour, G Sant
ACI Materials Journal 105 (5), 478, 2008
1892008
An investigation on the use of zeolite aggregates for internal curing of concrete
S Ghourchian, M Wyrzykowski, P Lura, M Shekarchi, B Ahmadi
Construction and Building Materials 40, 135-144, 2013
1862013
Effect of superabsorbent polymers (SAP) on the freeze–thaw resistance of concrete: results of a RILEM interlaboratory study
V Mechtcherine, C Schröfl, M Wyrzykowski, M Gorges, P Lura, D Cusson, ...
Materials and Structures 50 (1), 1-19, 2017
1802017
Properties of early-age concrete relevant to cracking in massive concrete
I Maruyama, P Lura
Cement and Concrete Research 123, 105770, 2019
1762019
Experimental observation of internal water curing of concrete
P Lura, OM Jensen, SI Igarashi
Materials and structures 40, 211-220, 2007
1572007
Application of neutron imaging to investigate fundamental aspects of durability of cement-based materials: A review
P Zhang, FH Wittmann, P Lura, HS Müller, S Han, T Zhao
Cement and Concrete Research 108, 152-166, 2018
1562018
A critical examination of statistical nanoindentation on model materials and hardened cement pastes based on virtual experiments
P Trtik, B Münch, P Lura
Cement and Concrete Composites 31 (10), 705-714, 2009
1522009
Testing superabsorbent polymer (SAP) sorption properties prior to implementation in concrete: results of a RILEM Round-Robin Test
V Mechtcherine, D Snoeck, C Schröfl, N De Belie, AJ Klemm, K Ichimiya, ...
Materials and Structures 51, 1-16, 2018
1502018
Prediction of self-desiccation in low water-to-cement ratio pastes based on pore structure evolution
H Chen, M Wyrzykowski, K Scrivener, P Lura
Cement and concrete research 49, 38-47, 2013
1492013
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