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PROPERTIES OF FIBRE CONCRETE AFTER VARIOUS DEGREES OF HEATLOADING

BODNÁROVÁ, L. HELA, R. VÁLEK, J.

Original Title

PROPERTIES OF FIBRE CONCRETE AFTER VARIOUS DEGREES OF HEATLOADING

English Title

PROPERTIES OF FIBRE CONCRETE AFTER VARIOUS DEGREES OF HEATLOADING

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The aim of this article is to examine the behaviour of fibre concrete with polypropylene fibers after exposure to higher temperatures. Testing samples were prepared from concrete with polypropylene fiber reinforcement which is recommened as protection of concrete structures against fire. The test samples were heated up in accordance with different thermal curves to the gradual increase to the final temperature. Also samples were heated up with shock load for a final temperature. Microscopy and macroscopy variations, i.e. physico-mechanical properties, of the testing samples were observed after heating and subsequently the results were compared with referential concrete, which was not heated.

English abstract

The aim of this article is to examine the behaviour of fibre concrete with polypropylene fibers after exposure to higher temperatures. Testing samples were prepared from concrete with polypropylene fiber reinforcement which is recommened as protection of concrete structures against fire. The test samples were heated up in accordance with different thermal curves to the gradual increase to the final temperature. Also samples were heated up with shock load for a final temperature. Microscopy and macroscopy variations, i.e. physico-mechanical properties, of the testing samples were observed after heating and subsequently the results were compared with referential concrete, which was not heated.

Keywords

fibre concrete, steel fibres, polymere fibres, high tempereture, physico-mechanical properties after heating

RIV year

2010

Released

07.06.2010

Publisher

Taylor&francis Group

Location

London, UK

ISBN

978-0-415-59316-8

Book

Concrete under Severe Conditions, Enviroment and loading

Edition

Pedro Castro-Borges, Eric I. Moreno, Koji Sakai, Odd E. Gjorv, Nekumar Banthia

Edition number

1

Pages from

561

Pages to

567

Pages count

7

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT34585,
  author="Lenka {Bodnárová} and Rudolf {Hela} and Jaroslav {Válek}",
  title="PROPERTIES OF FIBRE CONCRETE AFTER VARIOUS DEGREES OF HEATLOADING",
  annote="The aim of this article is to examine the behaviour of fibre concrete with polypropylene fibers after exposure to higher temperatures. Testing samples were prepared from concrete with polypropylene fiber reinforcement which is recommened as protection of concrete structures against fire. The test samples were heated up in accordance with different thermal curves to the gradual increase to the final temperature. Also samples were heated up with shock load for a final temperature. Microscopy and macroscopy variations, i.e. physico-mechanical properties, of the testing samples were observed after heating and subsequently the results were compared with referential concrete, which was not heated.",
  address="Taylor&francis Group",
  booktitle="Concrete under Severe Conditions, Enviroment and loading",
  chapter="34585",
  edition="Pedro Castro-Borges, Eric I. Moreno, Koji Sakai, Odd E. Gjorv, Nekumar Banthia",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Taylor&francis Group",
  year="2010",
  month="june",
  pages="561--567",
  publisher="Taylor&francis Group",
  type="conference paper"
}