An innovative approach to manufacture thin-walled glass fibre reinforced

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AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF CONCRETE PROPERTIES M30 DUE TO INCORPORATION OF GLASS FIBERS

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A Study on EFFCT of Glass Fiber on Mechanical Properties of Concrete

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A Study on EFFCT of Glass Fiber on Mechanical Properties of Concrete (77 دانلود ها)

A REVIEW OF ADVANTAGES OF USING GLASS FIBER REINFORCEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION

Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete or (GFRC) is a composite that has glass fibers instead of steel strands for its reinforcement. Removing the steel reinforcement not only weakened, but also omitted steel erosion, corrosion, and their future repair costs, steel reinforcement costs, optimal coverage, and etc. In this research, several sources were studied to determine and clarify GFRC’s applications in order to compare its featured properties with other fibers. Different figures and tables provided that show and compare physical and mechanical properties of GFRC and other fiber reinforcement. GFRC can be used wherever a light, strong, weather resistant, attractive, fire resistant, impermeable material is required. It has remarkable physical and mechanical assets. GFRC properties are dependent on the quality of materials and accuracy of production method. Despite its wide range applications in architecture the chief goal is to show and introduce important structural purposes, for instance: anti rust characteristics of GFRC made it a good replacement for water and sewer pipes and tanks, a thin protective layer of GFRC on concrete beams and columns can increase their durability in fire as well as low temperatures and generally it is a good replacement for susceptible materials in difficult environments.

A REVIEW OF ADVANTAGES OF USING GLASS FIBER REINFORCEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION (52 دانلود ها)

A new method to advance complex geometry thin-walled glass fibre reinforced concrete elements

A new method to advance complex geometry thin-walled glass fibre reinforced concrete elements

Complex geometry concrete is being used in building and infrastructure projects, however costly in-situ mouldings are necessary to achieve these geometries. Advancing discretised concrete shell structures requires the development of a new moulding system at lower cost and reduced mould production times. Future thin-walled glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) elements must possess good surface quality, with the required edge returns and offsets, combined with the physical material properties to increase spans and lower the risk of visible surface cracks. Existing moulding systems donothavethe capability to meet these contemporary architectural aesthetic and design aspirations. A new mould system to produce freeform thin-walled GFRC elements is presented and can be used to replace CNC milled moulds for the manufacture of thin walled GFRC. Such a system allows the mould for thin-walled GFRC elements to be produced in a fast, cost effective and more efficient manner. A step-by-step process to achieve such thin- walled GFRC panels is described permitting the fabrication of complex geometry thin-walled GFRC elements using more cost effective large-scale production methods. This process bridges the gap be- tween the limited capabilities of current solutions and the architectural aesthetic demands for good surface quality, with the option of having an edge-return of the same surface quality as the front surface to give a monolithic appearance.

Journal of Building Engineering (24 دانلود ها)