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Verification of the homogeneity of the fibre-concrete calibration samples

Originální název

Verification of the homogeneity of the fibre-concrete calibration samples

Anglický název

Verification of the homogeneity of the fibre-concrete calibration samples

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standard reinforced concrete, for example, higher strength and higher tensile strength of fibre-concrete. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during their manufacture. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team of the workers from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method of control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of fibre distribution in finished fibre-concrete structures.

Anglický abstrakt

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standard reinforced concrete, for example, higher strength and higher tensile strength of fibre-concrete. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during their manufacture. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team of the workers from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method of control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of fibre distribution in finished fibre-concrete structures.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT76535,
  author="Leonard {Hobst} and Ondřej {Anton} and Věra {Heřmánková} and Jan {Vodička}",
  title="Verification of the homogeneity of the fibre-concrete calibration samples",
  annote="Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standard reinforced concrete, for example, higher strength and higher tensile strength of fibre-concrete. However, fibres are often incorrectly distributed in structure during their manufacture. Wires are often clustered, which reduces the overall homogeneity as well as the quality of fibre-concrete structures. The aim of the research team of the workers from two technical universities in the Czech Republic was to develop an objective method of control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of fibre distribution in finished fibre-concrete structures.",
  booktitle="In 6th International Conference FIBRE CONCRETE 2011",
  chapter="76535",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2011",
  month="september",
  pages="83--84",
  type="conference paper"
}