current research and applications of fiber reinforced,transportation research record 1226 current research and applications of fiber reinforced concrete composites in india v. s. parameswaran, t. s. krishnamoorthy, and k. balasubramanian cement and concrete matrices reinforced with randomly oriented short fibers are finding increasing applications in both precast and in situ concrete construction..building lightweight structures with carbon‐fiber,building lightweight structures with carbon‐fiber‐reinforced polymer‐reinforced ultra‐high‐performance concrete: research approach, construction materials, in the first part of this paper, the research approach is introduced and a comprehensive overview of the state of the art of uhpc and cfrp reinforcement is given..
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abstract: plant fiber concrete in the cement base material (cement, mortar or concrete) to join the natural plant fiber, to form a new type of concrete, its advantages can improve the performance of concrete, concrete to reduce costs, save energy. understanding straw fibers mixed with concrete, the variation in performance, with the same concrete
this paper deals with the flexural behavior of hybrid fibre reinforced concrete beams (namely rcc, sfrc, hfrc1, hfrc2) cast with steel ,glass and recron-3s fibres under cyclic loading.
the paper presents the results of theoretical studies of the reinforcement percentage effect on the stress-strain state of the rectangular cross-section elements of steel fiber reinforced concrete (sfrc) in bending from at repeated loads with levels of application 0.5 and 0.7 .
toughness. mainly the studies and research in fiber reinforced concrete has been devoted to steel fibers. in recent times, glass fibres have also become available, which are free from corrosion problem associated with steel fibres. the present paper outlines the experimental investigation conducts on the use of glass fibres with structural concrete.
fiber reinforced geopolymer concrete is relatively a new composite material in which fibers are introduced in the matrix as micro reinforcement to improve the strength properties. this paper presents a review on various research works done in the area of geopolymer concrete and the effect of fiber on their mechanical properties. index terms
concrete ductility and energy absorption , polypropylene fiber reinforced this study is part of research program on evaluating the performance of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete. an experimental investigation explored properties such as compressive strength, flexural strength, split tensile
concrete. the paper focused on the properties of fibre-reinforced rubber concrete. patil shweta & rupali kavilkar (2014) compared the properties of plain concrete against the fibre-reinforced concrete and concluded that the latter has higher flexural strength, better tensile strength and better crack resistance.
fibres such as polypropylene fibres were used in concrete, and research into new fibre reinforced concretes continues today. fibre reinforced concrete can be defined as a composite material consisting of mixtures of cement, mortar or concrete and discontinuous,
this research describes experimental studies on the use of coconut fibre as enhancement of concrete. the addition of coconut-fibres significantly improved many of the engineering properties of the concrete, notably torsion, toughness and tensile strength. the ability to
the paper titled “effects of single and hybrid steel fiber lengths and fiber contents on the mechanical properties of high-strength fiber-reinforced concrete” is authored by k.-c. kim et al. they conducted an experimental study on the mechanical properties
3.1 theoritical concepts about fiber reinforced concrete concrete being a brittle building material and having low tensile strength is unfit to resist tension until duly reinforced. the concept of using fibers to reinforce building materials is not a nascent concept this method has been old and been run by intuition.
abstract. fiber reinforced concrete (frc) is a new structural material which is gaining increasing importance. addition offiber reinforcement in discrete form improves many engineering properties ofconcrete. currently, very little research work is being conducted within the king dom using this new material. this paperdescribes the different typesoffib
the development of fiber reinforced concretes will provide better materials for specific projects in civil engineering. the aim of this special issue is to collate original research and review articles that investigate the development of fiber reinforced concretes, especially for the properties and application of fiber reinforced concretes.
steel fibre reinforced concrete (sfrc) has been successfully used in various types of construction due to the fact that adding steel fibers improves the durability and mechanical properties of hardened concrete, notably flexural strength, toughness, impact strength, resistance
this paper presents a critical review of the factors that affect the properties and behavior of natural fiber reinforced concrete (nfrc). test results for concretes obtained by using water blended with yeast granules are also reported in this paper. during the past two decades, there has been considerable
this paper highlights use of human hair fiber (hhf) as reinforced material in cementitious material. tests were carried to study the influence of fiber content on the compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength and load deflection was presented for two w/c ratios (0.6 and 0.7).
in this paper, the mechanic properties, technologies, and applications of sfrc are discussed. keywords: steel fiber, concrete, properties, crack, ductility, technology. introduction fibre reinforced concrete (frc) may be defined as a composite materials made with portland cement, aggregate, and incorporating discrete discontinuous fibres.
the presented research was performed as part of the ffg research project “sustainable building with textile reinforced ultra-high-performance concrete (building with truhpc)”. the authors gratefully acknowledge the support of and effective cooperation with the project partners, institute for lightweight structures and conceptual design (ilek) of the universität stuttgart, sw umwelttechnik ag and
shear strength of fiber reinforced concrete beams was studied in this research project. three types of fibers were examined: hooked-end steel fiber, crimped-steel fiber, and crimped-monofilament polypropylene fibers. the experimental program included five beam specimens. two of the beams were control specimens in which one was reinforced
research on carbon fiber reinforced concrete in literature use a limited fiber content [25, 26, 27, 17], mainly not more than 1 % with few exceptions . the main objective of this paper is to study the mechanical properties of carbon fiber reinforced concrete (cfrc) with a wide range of four fiber contents and up to 2%. an
this paper presents an experimental study to the effectiveness of steel-fiber concrete in combination with the confinement in the compression zone of a flexural member. a range of stirrup configurations functioning as confining elements, were evaluated.
fiber reinforcement is an approach which has been shown to improve the quality and durability of concrete. the focus of this research is to develop a mix design of fiber reinforced concrete and then test these materials for both compressive and tensile strength after casting into cubes. the effect of polyvinyl alcohol fibers on the mechanical
this paper deals with the application of fibre-reinforced concrete to enhance structural fire resistance. materials, such as fibre-reinforced concrete, have good fire resistance properties and by properly designing the building elements, fire resistance, in the practical range, can be obtained.
abstract. due to its material element, fiber reinforced concrete (frc) could be stronger than traditional concrete. this is due to frc internal material compounds and elements. furthermore, frc can also significantly improve flexural strength when compared to traditional concrete. this improvement in flexural strength can be varied depending on