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tensile cracks form at the edge of concrete structures due to a temperature differential. these cracks are often the first signs of thermal stress. they are formed at the edge of the concrete slab due to the difference in temperature. the stress in the slab is greatest at the edge because of the greater impact of the temperature difference on the concretes volume. cracks also form at the edges of concrete slabs because of the greater impact of the tensile stresses on the concrete. cracks may be formed at the edges of concrete slabs due to other factors. these factors include the impact of the weight of the slab, the mechanical property of the concrete (by increasing the tensile strength of the concrete), the thermal expansion of the concrete, and the thermal conduction of the concrete.


shear cracks are formed in concrete due to the difference in temperature within the concrete. this shear stress is formed within the slab due to the difference in the cement hydration. the impact of the shear stress on the concrete is greatest at the edges of the slab as the stress is greatest at the edges of the slab due to the difference in temperature. cracks form at the edges of concrete slabs due to the difference in temperature. these cracks are often the first signs of thermal stress. shear cracks are formed at the edge of the slab due to the difference in temperature. this stress is likely to be greatest at the end of the slab nearest to the cold or hot side, resulting in a shear crack formation.


if the temperature differential is large enough, it will create a tensile stress and a shear stress in the concrete. the tensile stress is the stress that will cause a crack to form in the concrete. this stress will be greatest at the edge of the slab due to the greater impact of the temperature difference on the concretes volume. shear cracks are formed at the edge of the slab due to the difference in temperature. this stress is likely to be greatest at the end of the slab nearest to the cold or hot side, resulting in a shear crack formation. this crack formation is likely to be least in the centre of the slab, due to the limited impact of the thermal stress on the concretes volume, so the concrete may crack in the centre if the stress is insufficient to cause a crack in the centre. 3d9ccd7d82






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