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Fiberconcrete Structural Elements with Oriented Fibers Structure

By Andrejs Krasņikovs, Videvuds Ārijs Lapsa, Vitālijs Zaharevskis, Vitālijs Lūsis and Jevgeņijs Zaļeskis

Abstract

During last few years steel fiber reinforced concrete has been used for tunnel linings, industrial floor slabs, piles and the field of its applications is continuously expanding. Commercially produced 0.6 to 6 cm long, with various types of geometrical and crossection’s forms steel fibers are widely used nowadays as a concrete disperse reinforcement. Although there is no question about the contribution of fibers to enhance concrete post cracking tensile load bearing capacity, the question of how to reduce experimental results scatter is still very important

Topics: steel fiber, concrete, fiber orientation, orientation function
Publisher: RTU
OAI identifier: oai:ortus.rtu.lv:16047
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