Detail publikace

EFFECT OF FIRE ON FRP REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Originální název

EFFECT OF FIRE ON FRP REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Anglický název

EFFECT OF FIRE ON FRP REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

New type of composite CGFRP (Carbon-Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymers) reinforcement has been developed in recent years at Brno University of Technology. The paper deals with experiments specially aimed on behaviour of pre-stressed and non pre-stressed panels subjected to fire effects. The behaviour of test panels during the fire was compared using different thickness of test structures together with the influence of the pre-stressing. The results demonstrate that in case of good anchoring of CGFRP reinforcement it is possible to use this reinforcement for load transfer even after significant damage (even burn-out of epoxy matrix) done by fire.

Anglický abstrakt

New type of composite CGFRP (Carbon-Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymers) reinforcement has been developed in recent years at Brno University of Technology. The paper deals with experiments specially aimed on behaviour of pre-stressed and non pre-stressed panels subjected to fire effects. The behaviour of test panels during the fire was compared using different thickness of test structures together with the influence of the pre-stressing. The results demonstrate that in case of good anchoring of CGFRP reinforcement it is possible to use this reinforcement for load transfer even after significant damage (even burn-out of epoxy matrix) done by fire.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT100751,
  author="Martin {Zlámal} and Anna {Matušíková} and Petr {Štěpánek}",
  title="EFFECT OF FIRE ON FRP REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES",
  annote="New type of composite CGFRP (Carbon-Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymers) reinforcement has been developed in recent years at Brno University of Technology. The paper deals with experiments specially aimed on behaviour of pre-stressed and non pre-stressed panels subjected to fire effects. The behaviour of test panels during the fire was compared using different thickness of test structures together with the influence of the pre-stressing. The results demonstrate that in case of good anchoring of CGFRP reinforcement it is possible to use this reinforcement for load transfer even after significant damage (even burn-out of epoxy matrix) done by fire.",
  address="GRADA Publishing",
  booktitle="CESB 2013 - CENTRAL EUROPE TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE BUILDING 2013",
  chapter="100751",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="GRADA Publishing",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="493--496",
  publisher="GRADA Publishing",
  type="conference paper"
}