Katarzyna Mróz
Katarzyna Mróz
Research and Teaching Assistant, Cracow University of Technology
Zweryfikowany adres z pk.edu.pl
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Post-fire assessment of mechanical properties of concrete with the use of the impact-echo method
K Krzemień, I Hager
Construction and Building Materials 96, 155-163, 2015
462015
The influence of aggregate type on the physical and mechanical properties of high‐performance concrete subjected to high temperature
I Hager, T Tracz, J Śliwiński, K Krzemień
Fire and materials 40 (5), 668-682, 2016
332016
Material solutions for passive fire protection of buildings and structures and their performances testing
K Mróz, I Hager, K Korniejenko
Procedia Engineering 151, 284-291, 2016
292016
Assessment of concrete susceptibility to fire spalling: A report on the state-of-the-art in testing procedures
K Krzemień, I Hager
Procedia Engineering 108, 285-292, 2015
212015
Damage assessment of concrete subjected to high temperature by means of the ultrasonic pulse velocity–UPV method
I Hager, H Carré, K Krzemień
Studies and Researches 32 (1), 197-211, 2013
102013
The usefulness of selected non-destructive and destructive methods in the assessment of concrete after fire
I Hager, T Tracz, K Krzemien
Cement Wapno Beton 19 (3), 145-+, 2014
92014
The impact of the amount of polypropylene fibres on spalling behaviour and residual mechanical properties of Reactive Powder Concretes
I Hager, T Zdeb, K Krzemień
MATEC Web of Conferences 6, 02003, 2013
92013
Concrete propensity to fire spalling: Testing and observations
I Hager, K Mróz, T Tracz
MATEC Web of Conferences 163, 02004, 2018
52018
Effect of cement type on the mechanical behavior and permeability of concrete subjected to high temperatures
I Hager, T Tracz, M Choińska, K Mróz
Materials 12 (18), 3021, 2019
42019
Contribution of polypropylene fibres melting to permeability change in heated concrete-the fibre amount and length effect
I Hager, K Mróz, T Tracz
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 706 (1), 012009, 2019
32019
Non-Destructive Assessment of Residual Strength of Thermally Damaged Concrete Made with Different Aggregate Types
K Mróz, I Hager
IOP Conf. Ser. Mater. Sci. Eng 245, 032034, 2017
32017
Causes and mechanism of concrete spalling under high temperature caused by fire
K Mroz, I Hager
Cem. Wap. Bet 6, 445-456, 2017
22017
An overview of concrete modulus of elasticity evolution with temperature and comments to European code provisions
I Hager, K Krzemień
IFireSS–International Fire Safety Symposium, 2015
22015
Feasibility Study of Digital Image Correlation in Determining Strains in Concrete Exposed to Fire
K Mróz, M Tekieli, I Hager
Materials 13 (11), 2516, 2020
12020
Role of Polypropylene Fibres in Concrete Spalling Risk Mitigation in Fire and Test Methods of Fibres Effectiveness Evaluation
I Hager, K Mróz
Materials 12 (23), 3869, 2019
12019
Effect of cold rim on extent and type of concrete fire spalling
K Mróz, I Hager, M Tekieli
12017
Screening test methods for determination of fire spalling of concrete–an international comparison
RJ Mc Namee, L Boström, M Ozawa, SS Parajuli, I Rickard, L Bisby, ...
12017
Moisture effect on mechanical behavior of concrete at high temperature and its implication on fire spalling
K Krzemień, P Pimienta, N Pinoteau, I Hager
12015
Przydatność wybranych metod nieniszczących i niszczących w ocenie stanu betonu po pożarze
I Hager, T Tracz, K Krzemień
Cement Wapno Beton 18 (80, nr 3), 145--151, 2014
12014
Metoda impact-echo–ocena przydatności w diagnozowaniu działania wysokiej temperatury na beton
I Hager, K Krzemień
Przegląd Budowlany 84, 2013
12013
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