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Rebound hammer tests of calcium silicate bricks – effects of internal compressive stress on measurement results

Originální název

Rebound hammer tests of calcium silicate bricks – effects of internal compressive stress on measurement results

Anglický název

Rebound hammer tests of calcium silicate bricks – effects of internal compressive stress on measurement results

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en

Originální abstrakt

The rebound hammers of the Schmidt system belong among the non-destructive testing methods that are used for determining compressive strength of building materials, most often concrete and rocks. Calibration relations between the rebound number and compressive strength must be available to determine the compressive strength. Calibration relations are determined on the basis of destructive and non-destructive tests of test specimens. This paper deals with the effects of internal compressive stress in calcium sili-cate bricks on measurement results obtained using the L-type Schmidt hammer. Based on the obtained information, in order to process calibration relations, it is recommended to apply such force to the test specimens, which corresponds to the internal compressive stress 10-15% of the final compressive strength. We do not recommend measuring on firmly supported bricks only.

Anglický abstrakt

The rebound hammers of the Schmidt system belong among the non-destructive testing methods that are used for determining compressive strength of building materials, most often concrete and rocks. Calibration relations between the rebound number and compressive strength must be available to determine the compressive strength. Calibration relations are determined on the basis of destructive and non-destructive tests of test specimens. This paper deals with the effects of internal compressive stress in calcium sili-cate bricks on measurement results obtained using the L-type Schmidt hammer. Based on the obtained information, in order to process calibration relations, it is recommended to apply such force to the test specimens, which corresponds to the internal compressive stress 10-15% of the final compressive strength. We do not recommend measuring on firmly supported bricks only.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT108314,
  author="Jiří {Brožovský}",
  title="Rebound hammer tests of calcium silicate bricks – effects of internal compressive stress on measurement results",
  annote="The rebound hammers of the Schmidt system belong among the non-destructive testing methods that are used for determining compressive strength of building materials, most often concrete and rocks. Calibration relations between the rebound number and compressive strength must be available to determine the compressive strength. Calibration relations are determined on the basis of destructive and non-destructive tests of test specimens. This paper deals with the effects of internal compressive stress in calcium sili-cate bricks on measurement results obtained using the L-type Schmidt hammer. Based on the obtained information, in order to process calibration relations, it is recommended to apply such force to the test specimens, which corresponds to the internal compressive stress 10-15% of the final compressive strength. We do not recommend measuring on firmly supported bricks only.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications,",
  booktitle="Recent Engineering Decisions in Industry",
  chapter="108314",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications,",
  number="595",
  year="2014",
  month="june",
  pages="155--158",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications,",
  type="conference paper"
}