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Erratum to: Textile Reinforced Concrete: experimental investigation on design parameters

By Isabella Giorgia Colombo, Anna Magri, Giulio Zani, Matteo Colombo and Marco di Prisco


Textile Reinforced Concrete (TRC) is an advanced cement-based material in which fabrics used as reinforcement can bring significant loads in tension, allowing architects and engineers to use thin cross-sections. Previous research projects, developed during the last 10 years mainly in Germany, Israel and the USA, have shown the capabilities of such a material. In this paper an extensive experimental investigation of TRC is presented: tensile tests were carried out to obtain a complete mechanical characterization of the composite material under standard conditions, considering the influence of different variables such as reinforcement ratio, fabric geometry, curing conditions, displacement rate and specimen size. ******* Due to an unfortunate turn of events this article was published with wrong citations in the text to the references at the end of the article. In order to provide the correct information this article is hereafter published in its entirety with the correct citations and should be regarded as the final version by the reader

Topics: Textile Reinforced Concrete (TRC), Uniaxial tension, Weft spacing, Curing conditions, Displacement rate, Specimen size
Publisher: 'Springer Science and Business Media LLC'
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1617/s11527-013-0023-7
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