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Effects of Continuous and Pulsating Water Jet on CNT/Concrete Composite

FOLDYNA, V. FOLDYNA, J. KLICHOVA, D. KLICH, J HLAVACEK, P. BODNÁROVÁ, L. JAROLÍM, T.

Original Title

Effects of Continuous and Pulsating Water Jet on CNT/Concrete Composite

English Title

Effects of Continuous and Pulsating Water Jet on CNT/Concrete Composite

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper presents first results of the study of the resistance of carbon nanotube concrete composite (CNT/concrete composite) to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets. The experiments oriented at the determination of erosion effects of pulsating and continuous water jets impinging the surface of reference (concrete) and CNT/concrete composite samples were performed. Tested samples were characterized by X-ray powder diffraction and scanning electron microscope. Samples were exposed to pulsating and continuous water jets at various operating parameters. Erosion effects of pulsating and continuous jets were evaluated in terms of material removal rate. The possible influence of addition of CNTs to the concrete on its resistance to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets is discussed in the paper. The experiments proved that CNT/concrete composite exhibits higher resistance than reference concrete to the action of both pulsating and continuous water jet under the given testing conditions.

English abstract

This paper presents first results of the study of the resistance of carbon nanotube concrete composite (CNT/concrete composite) to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets. The experiments oriented at the determination of erosion effects of pulsating and continuous water jets impinging the surface of reference (concrete) and CNT/concrete composite samples were performed. Tested samples were characterized by X-ray powder diffraction and scanning electron microscope. Samples were exposed to pulsating and continuous water jets at various operating parameters. Erosion effects of pulsating and continuous jets were evaluated in terms of material removal rate. The possible influence of addition of CNTs to the concrete on its resistance to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets is discussed in the paper. The experiments proved that CNT/concrete composite exhibits higher resistance than reference concrete to the action of both pulsating and continuous water jet under the given testing conditions.

Keywords

pulsating and continuous water jet; CNT/concrete composite; material removal, CARBON NANOTUBES; CONCRETE; BEHAVIOR

Released

01.12.2017

Publisher

ASSOC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SLOVENIA, PO BOX 197-IV, LJUBLJANA 61001, SLOVENIA

Location

Slovenia

ISBN

0039-2480

Periodical

STROJNISKI VESTNIK-JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Year of study

63

Number

10

State

SI

Pages from

583

Pages to

589

Pages count

7

URL

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT145301,
  author="Josef {Foldyna} and Lenka {Bodnárová} and Tomáš {Jarolím}",
  title="Effects of Continuous and Pulsating Water Jet on CNT/Concrete Composite",
  annote="This paper presents first results of the study of the resistance of carbon nanotube concrete composite (CNT/concrete composite) to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets. The experiments oriented at the determination of erosion effects of pulsating and continuous water jets impinging the surface of reference (concrete) and CNT/concrete composite samples were performed. Tested samples were characterized by X-ray powder diffraction and scanning electron microscope. Samples were exposed to pulsating and continuous water jets at various operating parameters. Erosion effects of pulsating and continuous jets were evaluated in terms of material removal rate. The possible influence of addition of CNTs to the concrete on its resistance to the action of continuous and pulsating water jets is discussed in the paper. The experiments proved that CNT/concrete composite exhibits higher resistance than reference concrete to the action of both pulsating and continuous water jet under the given testing conditions.",
  address="ASSOC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SLOVENIA, PO BOX 197-IV, LJUBLJANA 61001, SLOVENIA",
  chapter="145301",
  doi="10.5545/sv-jme.2017.4357",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="ASSOC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SLOVENIA, PO BOX 197-IV, LJUBLJANA 61001, SLOVENIA",
  number="10",
  volume="63",
  year="2017",
  month="december",
  pages="583--589",
  publisher="ASSOC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SLOVENIA, PO BOX 197-IV, LJUBLJANA 61001, SLOVENIA",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}