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Non-destructive Testing of the Homogeneity of Fibre-Concrete Structures.

HOBST, L. VALA, J. VODIČKA, J. ANTON, O. BÍLEK, P.

Original Title

Non-destructive Testing of the Homogeneity of Fibre-Concrete Structures.

English Title

Non-destructive Testing of the Homogeneity of Fibre-Concrete Structures.

Type

multimedia

Language

en

Original Abstract

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages in comparison with standard reinforced concrete ones, namely higher both total and tensile strengths. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during the manufacturing process. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity, as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method for the control of homogeneity (and isotropy) of fibre distribution in fibre-reinforced concrete structures.

English abstract

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages in comparison with standard reinforced concrete ones, namely higher both total and tensile strengths. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during the manufacturing process. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity, as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method for the control of homogeneity (and isotropy) of fibre distribution in fibre-reinforced concrete structures.

Keywords

non-destructive testing, fibres, homogeneity, radiography, magnetic method

Released

01.03.2012

Publisher

Fabricado por Wave Media

Location

Fortaleza, Brazil

Pages from

1

Pages to

18

Pages count

18

Documents

BibTex


@misc{BUT92641,
  author="Leonard {Hobst} and Jiří {Vala} and Jan {Vodička} and Ondřej {Anton} and Petr {Bílek}",
  title="Non-destructive Testing of the Homogeneity of Fibre-Concrete Structures.",
  annote="Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages in comparison with standard reinforced concrete ones, namely higher both total and tensile strengths. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during the manufacturing process. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity, as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method for the control of homogeneity (and isotropy) of fibre distribution in fibre-reinforced concrete structures.",
  address="Fabricado por Wave Media",
  chapter="92641",
  institution="Fabricado por Wave Media",
  year="2012",
  month="march",
  pages="1--18",
  publisher="Fabricado por Wave Media",
  type="multimedia"
}