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Homogeneity detection of fibre-concrete structures by using radiographic technique

Originální název

Homogeneity detection of fibre-concrete structures by using radiographic technique

Anglický název

Homogeneity detection of fibre-concrete structures by using radiographic technique

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standardreinforced concrete, for example higher strenght and higher tensile strenght of fibre concrete. Howewer, fibres are often incorrectly dislocatedin structureduring their manufacture.Wires are often clusteredwhich reduces the overallhomogeneity as well as the quality of fibre concrete structures. The ain of the research teamof the workers from two technical universities in the czech republicwas to develop an objective methodof control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of wire distribution in finished fibre concrete structures.

Anglický abstrakt

Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standardreinforced concrete, for example higher strenght and higher tensile strenght of fibre concrete. Howewer, fibres are often incorrectly dislocatedin structureduring their manufacture.Wires are often clusteredwhich reduces the overallhomogeneity as well as the quality of fibre concrete structures. The ain of the research teamof the workers from two technical universities in the czech republicwas to develop an objective methodof control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of wire distribution in finished fibre concrete structures.

BibTex


@inbook{BUT76544,
  author="Leonard {Hobst} and Ondřej {Anton} and Jan {Vodička} and jiří {Ščučka}",
  title="Homogeneity detection of fibre-concrete structures by using radiographic technique",
  annote="Fibre-concrete structures have many advantages compared to standardreinforced concrete, for example  higher strenght and higher tensile strenght of fibre concrete. Howewer, fibres are often incorrectly dislocatedin structureduring their manufacture.Wires are often clusteredwhich reduces the overallhomogeneity as well as the quality of fibre concrete structures. The ain of the research teamof the workers from two technical universities in the czech republicwas to develop an objective methodof control that would allow establishing the homogeneity of wire distribution in finished fibre concrete structures.",
  address="Springer",
  booktitle="Nondestructive testing of materials and structures",
  chapter="76544",
  edition="RILEM bookseries",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer",
  year="2012",
  month="february",
  pages="1--6",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="book chapter"
}