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Experimental Verification of Atmospheric Physical Influence on Behaviour of Glass-Fibre-Concrete Façade Panels

KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M. MELCHER, J.

Original Title

Experimental Verification of Atmospheric Physical Influence on Behaviour of Glass-Fibre-Concrete Façade Panels

English Title

Experimental Verification of Atmospheric Physical Influence on Behaviour of Glass-Fibre-Concrete Façade Panels

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper presents the brief information on particular results of experimental study focused on the problems of behaviour of structural plated components made of glass-fibre-concrete and used in building constructions, exposed to the atmospheric physical effects caused by the weather changes in the summer period. Weather changes represented namely by temperature and rain cause also the changes of the temperature and moisture of the investigated structural components. This can affect their static behaviour that means stresses and deformations, which have been monitored as the main outputs of tests performed. Experimental verification is based on the simulation of the influence of temperature and rain using the defined procedure of warming and water sprinkling with respect to the corresponding weather conditions during summer period in the South Moravian region at the Czech Republic, where the application of these structural components is mainly considered. Within this experimental programme glass-fibre-concrete panels used for building façades have been tested.

English abstract

The paper presents the brief information on particular results of experimental study focused on the problems of behaviour of structural plated components made of glass-fibre-concrete and used in building constructions, exposed to the atmospheric physical effects caused by the weather changes in the summer period. Weather changes represented namely by temperature and rain cause also the changes of the temperature and moisture of the investigated structural components. This can affect their static behaviour that means stresses and deformations, which have been monitored as the main outputs of tests performed. Experimental verification is based on the simulation of the influence of temperature and rain using the defined procedure of warming and water sprinkling with respect to the corresponding weather conditions during summer period in the South Moravian region at the Czech Republic, where the application of these structural components is mainly considered. Within this experimental programme glass-fibre-concrete panels used for building façades have been tested.

Keywords

Experimental verification, Atmospheric physical influence, Static behaviour, Glass-fibreconcrete, Façade panel, Simulation, Test, Warming, Cooling, Water sprinkling, Weather.

RIV year

2014

Released

06.02.2014

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Zurich

ISBN

978-3-03835-028-6

Book

Experimental and Applied Mechanics

Edition

1

Edition number

1

Pages from

78

Pages to

83

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT114455,
  author="Marcela {Karmazínová} and Jindřich {Melcher}",
  title="Experimental Verification of Atmospheric Physical Influence on Behaviour of Glass-Fibre-Concrete Façade Panels",
  annote="The paper presents the brief information on particular results of experimental study focused on the problems of behaviour of structural plated components made of glass-fibre-concrete and used in building constructions, exposed to the atmospheric physical effects caused by the weather changes in the summer period. Weather changes represented namely by temperature and rain cause also the changes of the temperature and moisture of the investigated structural components. This can affect their static behaviour that means stresses and deformations, which have been monitored as the main
outputs of tests performed. Experimental verification is based on the simulation of the influence of temperature and rain using the defined procedure of warming and water sprinkling with respect to the corresponding weather conditions during summer period in the South Moravian region at the Czech
Republic, where the application of these structural components is mainly considered. Within this experimental programme glass-fibre-concrete panels used for building façades have been tested.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  booktitle="Experimental and Applied Mechanics",
  chapter="114455",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.518.78",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="1",
  year="2014",
  month="february",
  pages="78--83",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="conference paper"
}