Publication detail

Concrete Reinforced by Glass-Fibre Mesh and Their Efficient Usage in Plated Façade Components Stiffened by Rib

KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M.

Original Title

Concrete Reinforced by Glass-Fibre Mesh and Their Efficient Usage in Plated Façade Components Stiffened by Rib

English Title

Concrete Reinforced by Glass-Fibre Mesh and Their Efficient Usage in Plated Façade Components Stiffened by Rib

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with the problems of the actual behaviour of glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) facade components stiffened by the rib. The results of loading tests of GFC plated panels subjected to the load simulating the effects of the wind pressuring or sucking are especially presented in the paper. Loading tests were oriented to the investigation of the actual behaviour of GFC component in the loading progress up to the failure, in particular with the accent to monitoring the strain mechanism in the loading process and subsequent the failure mechanism at reaching the ultimate load-bearing capacity. The particular test results in the form of the objective ultimate capacities obtained as the maximal loads at the failure give the important information on the properties of the plated facade panel composed of glass-fibre-concrete produced by the splashing method, namely in the relation to the physical-mechanical properties of the material and to the geometrical characteristics of the panel cross-section.

English abstract

The paper deals with the problems of the actual behaviour of glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) facade components stiffened by the rib. The results of loading tests of GFC plated panels subjected to the load simulating the effects of the wind pressuring or sucking are especially presented in the paper. Loading tests were oriented to the investigation of the actual behaviour of GFC component in the loading progress up to the failure, in particular with the accent to monitoring the strain mechanism in the loading process and subsequent the failure mechanism at reaching the ultimate load-bearing capacity. The particular test results in the form of the objective ultimate capacities obtained as the maximal loads at the failure give the important information on the properties of the plated facade panel composed of glass-fibre-concrete produced by the splashing method, namely in the relation to the physical-mechanical properties of the material and to the geometrical characteristics of the panel cross-section.

Keywords

Glass-fibre-concrete, façade component stiffened by rib, actual behaviour, failure mechanism, load-bearing resistance, experimental verification, loading test, vacuum test method.

RIV year

2013

Released

30.08.2013

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Zurich, Switzerland

ISBN

1022-6680

Periodical

Advanced Materials Research

Year of study

2013

Number

743

State

CH

Pages from

67

Pages to

72

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT101928,
  author="Marcela {Karmazínová}",
  title="Concrete Reinforced by Glass-Fibre Mesh and Their Efficient Usage in Plated Façade Components Stiffened by Rib",
  annote="The paper deals with the problems of the actual behaviour of glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) facade components stiffened by the rib. The results of loading tests of GFC plated panels subjected to the load simulating the effects of the wind pressuring or sucking are especially presented in the paper. Loading tests were oriented to the investigation of the actual behaviour of GFC component in the loading progress up to the failure, in particular with the accent to monitoring the strain mechanism in the loading process and subsequent the failure mechanism at reaching the ultimate load-bearing capacity. The particular test results in the form of the objective ultimate capacities obtained as the maximal loads at the failure give the important information on the properties of the plated facade panel composed of glass-fibre-concrete produced by the splashing method, namely in the relation to the physical-mechanical properties of the material and to the geometrical characteristics of the panel cross-section.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="101928",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.743.67",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="743",
  volume="2013",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="67--72",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article - other"
}