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ProfessorFerrara Liberato
QualificationAssociate professor full time
Belonging DepartmentDipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale
Scientific-Disciplinary SectorICAR/09 - Structural Engineering
Curriculum VitaeDownload CV (502.49Kb - 22/05/2018)
OrcIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6826-9917

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Data source: RE.PUBLIC@POLIMI - Research Publications at Politecnico di Milano

List of publications and reserach products for the year 2021 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Contributions on scientific books
DEVELOPMENTS AND STANDARDISATION OF FLOWABLE CONCRETE REINFORCED WITH FIBRES FOR STRUCTURAL DESIGN, UPDATE OF fib TG 4.3 (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Crystalline Admixture as Healing Promoter in Concrete Exposed to Chloride-Rich Environments: Experimental Study (Show >>)
Mechanical properties and self-healing capacity of ultra high performance Fibre Reinforced Concrete with alumina nano-fibres: Tailoring Ultra High Durability Concrete for aggressive exposure scenarios (Show >>)
Synergy between crystalline admixtures and nano-constituents in enhancing autogenous healing capacity of cementitious composites under cracking and healing cycles in aggressive waters (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2020 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
An application oriented state-of-art and research-need perspective on self-healing fibre-reinforced cementitious composites (Show >>)
Experimental Investigation on the Early Age Tensile Strength of Fiber Reinforced Mortar Used in 3D Concrete Printing (Show >>)
Life Cycle Assessment on the Use of Ultra High Performance Fibre Reinforced Concretes with Enhanced Durability for Structures in Extremely Aggressive Environments: Case Study Analyses (Show >>)
Self-healing Stimulated by Crystalline Admixtures in Chloride Rich Environments: Is It Possible to Extend the Structure Service Life? (Show >>)
Journal Articles
Durability-Based Design of Structures Made with Ultra-High-Performance/Ultra-High-Durability Concrete in Extremely Aggressive Scenarios: Application to a Geothermal Water Basin Case Study (Show >>)
Effect of plain and carboxylated styrene-butadiene rubber on the rheological behavior of silica fume-class G Portland cement slurries (Show >>)
Fracture toughness parameters to assess crack healing capacity of fiber reinforced concrete under repeated cracking-healing cycles (Show >>)
Onset and intensity of shear thickening in cementitious suspensions – A parametrical study (Show >>)
Opportunities and challenges for structural engineering of digitally fabricated concrete (Show >>)
Tensile behaviour identification in Ultra-High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites: indirect tension tests and back analysis of flexural test results (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2019 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Contributions on scientific books
On the Application of Basalt-Fiber Reinforced Polymer (BFRP) Bars to Prestressed Slab Elements Typical of the Precast Concrete Industry (Show >>)
Conference proceedings
A cost-effective method to assess the fiber content and orientation in steel fiber reinforced concrete (Show >>)
AN EXPERIMENTAL SET UP TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF CRACK SEALING ON THE CONCRETE-REINFORCEMENT BOND IN CHLORIDE ENVIRONMENTS (Show >>)
An Overview on H2020 Project “ReSHEALience” (Show >>)
Characterization of the Tensile Behaviour of Ultra-High Performance Fibre-Reinforced Concrete (Show >>)
Concept of Ultra High Durability Concrete for improved durability in chemical environments: Preliminary results (Show >>)
Correlation Between “Very Early” Age Fracture Performance and Evolution of Rheological Properties of High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites with Adapted Rheology (Show >>)
Early age fracture performance of 3D printable fiber reinforced cementitious composites (Show >>)
Effect of crack pattern on the self-healing capability in traditional, HPC and UHPFRC concretes measured by water and chloride permeability (Show >>)
Experimental identification of the shear failure modes of a voided precast wall element subjected to lateral loading (Show >>)
Modelling of autogenous healing for regular concrete via a discrete model (Show >>)
Self-healing concrete vs. conventional waterproofing systems in underground structures: A cradle to gate LCA comparison with reference to a case study (Show >>)
Self-healing lime mortars: an asset for restoration of heritage buildings (Show >>)
Structural vulnerability of old precast building stock: case studies from the period 1940s-1970s (Show >>)
TESTING PROPERTIES GOVERNING THE DURABILITY OF LIME-BASED REPAIR MORTARS (Show >>)
Textile-reinforced concrete to realise ultra high durability concrete (UHDC) in the framework of the EU H2020 project "ReSHEALience" (Show >>)
UPGRADING THE CONCEPT OF UHPFRC FOR HIGH DURABILITY IN THE CRACKED STATE: THE CONCEPT OF ULTRA HIGH DURABILITY CONCRETE (UHDC) IN THE APPROACH OF THE H2020 PROJECT RESHEALIENCE (Show >>)
Use of nano-additions to improve the performance of UHPFRCs used in geothermal power plant infrastructures (Show >>)
Editorship of scientific books
Proceedings of "5th Workshop on The New Boundaries of Structural Concrete" (Show >>)
Journal Articles
High performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites: Six memos for the XXI century societal and economical challenges of civil engineering (Show >>)
Recycling ceramic waste powder: effects its grain-size distribution on fresh and hardened properties of cement pastes/mortars formulated from SCC mixes (Show >>)
The Application of Lysinibacillus sphaericus for Surface Treatment and Crack Healing in Mortar (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2018 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Conference proceedings
APPLICATION OF LYSINIBACILLUS SPHAERICUS FOR CONCRETE CRACK HEALING USING DIFFERENT CALCIUM SOURCES (Show >>)
Assessing the influence of self-healing capacity of lime-based mortars on brick-mortar interface strength in masonry units (Show >>)
CHARACTERIZATION AND MONITORING OF THE CRACK SELF-HEALING ABILITY OF BIO-MORTAR (Show >>)
EFFECTIVENESS OF SELF-HEALING TECHNOLOGIES IN CEMENT BASED MATERIALS: CONCEPT FOR AN INTER-LABORATORY EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION BY MULTIPLE TEST METHODS. A PROPOSAL BY COST ACTION CA 15202 SARCOS (Show >>)
Experimental Characterization of the Self-Healing Capacity of Cement Based Materials: An Overview (Show >>)
Identification of tensile constitutive parameters of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCCs) via the Double Edge Wedge Splitting (DEWS) test: conventional vs. Digital Image Correlation measurements (Show >>)
Influence of self-healing stimulated via crystalline admixtures on chloride penetration (Show >>)
PREDICTING THE LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF STRUCTURES MADE WITH ADVANCED CEMENT BASED MATERIALS IN EXTREMELY AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENTS: CURRENT STATE OF PRACTICE AND RESEARCH NEEDS – THE APPROACH OF H2020 PROJECT RESHEALIENCE. (Show >>)
Performance of concrete with and without crystalline admixtures under repeated cracking/healing cycles (Show >>)
Repetitividad de la capacidad autorreparante de hormigones reforzados con fibras con aditivo cristalino (Show >>)
Self healing capacity of high performance fibre reinforced cementitious composites: state of art and vision for the future (Show >>)
Self-healing cement-based materials: an asset for sustainable construction industry (Show >>)
Ultimate Capacity and deflection behaviour of BFRP prestressed SCC beam (Show >>)
Journal Articles
A Review of Self-Healing Concrete for Damage Management of Structures (Show >>)
A methodology to assess crack-sealing effectiveness of crystalline admixtures under repeated cracking-healing cycles (Show >>)
Crack sealing capacity in chloride-rich environments of mortars containing different cement substitutes and crystalline admixtures (Show >>)
Efficacy of roof-to-beam mechanical connections on the diaphragm behaviour of precast decks with spaced roof elements (Show >>)
Experimental characterization of the self-healing capacity of cement based materials and its effects on the material performance: A state of the art report by COST Action SARCOS WG2 (Show >>)
External treatments for the preventive repair of existing constructions: A review (Show >>)
Numerical modeling of mechanical regain due to self-healing in cement based composites (Show >>)
Research Progress on Numerical Models for Self-Healing Cementitious Materials (Show >>)


List of publications and reserach products for the year 2017 (Show all details | Hide all details)
Type Title of the Publicaiton/Product
Contributions on scientific books
Approaches for the design of structures made by concrete reinforced with sustainable fibres (Show >>)
Cementitious composites reinforced with natural fibres (Show >>)
repetability of self healing in fiber reinforced concretes with and without crystalline admixtures: preliminary results (Show >>)
Conference proceedings
An overview on the research on self-healing concrete at Politecnico di Milano (Show >>)
EFFECTS OF CRYSTALLINE ADMIXTURES ON THE REPEATABILITY OF SELF HEALING IN FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE (Show >>)
Non-linear structural analysis of an innovative precast bracing wall (Show >>)
Self-healing approaches for the preventive repair of concrete structures: SARCOS COST Action (Show >>)
Tensile Characterization of an “Eco-Friendly” UHPFRC with Waste Glass Powder and Glass Sand (Show >>)
The Influence of Self-Healing Capacity of Lime Mortars on the Behaviour of Brick-Mortar Masonry Subassemblies (Show >>)
Editorship of scientific books
Recent advances on Green Concrete for Structural Purposes (Show >>)
Journal Articles
An experimental study towards steel-free precast concrete elements (Show >>)
Effect of age and level of damage on the autogenous healing of lime mortars (Show >>)
Effectiveness of crystalline admixtures and lime/cement coated granules in engineered self-healing capacity of lime mortars (Show >>)
Effects of autogenous healing on the recovery of mechanical performance of High Performance Fibre Reinforced Cementitious Composites (HPFRCCs): Part 1 (Show >>)
Full-scale testing and numerical analysis of a precast fibre reinforced self-compacting concrete slab pre-stressed with basalt fibre reinforced polymer bars (Show >>)
Numerical and experimental analysis of an innovative lightweight precast concrete wall (Show >>)
Self-healing capacity of fiber reinforced cementitious composites. State of the art and perspectives (Show >>)
Structural elements made with highly flowable UHPFRC: Correlating computational fluid dynamics (CFD) predictions and non-destructive survey of fiber dispersion with failure modes (Show >>)
Verso elementi in calcestruzzo armato precompresso senza acciaio: uno studio sperimentale (Show >>)
Zero-thickness interface constitutive theory for concrete self-healing effects (Show >>)
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