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Evaluation of FRP/wood adhesively bonded epoxy joints on environmental exposures

VANĚREK, J. BENEŠOVÁ, A. ROVNANÍK, P. DROCHYTKA, R.

Originální název

Evaluation of FRP/wood adhesively bonded epoxy joints on environmental exposures

Anglický název

Evaluation of FRP/wood adhesively bonded epoxy joints on environmental exposures

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article describes the evaluation of the durability of joints composed of wooden adherends with a bonded layer of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) fabric. Carbon and glass fibers in an epoxy matrix were studied. The main purpose of their usage with timber in the construction industry is generally the need to improve the stiffness/strength of reinforced members without any influence on their service-life or any environmental impact. From the perspective of the timber reinforcement process, optimal dimensional stability during moisture changes in wood should be one of the most important criteria for such joints. Therefore, FRP/timber joints were evaluated with regard to the influence of real external environmental conditions on the bondline over a period of 40 months.

Anglický abstrakt

This article describes the evaluation of the durability of joints composed of wooden adherends with a bonded layer of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) fabric. Carbon and glass fibers in an epoxy matrix were studied. The main purpose of their usage with timber in the construction industry is generally the need to improve the stiffness/strength of reinforced members without any influence on their service-life or any environmental impact. From the perspective of the timber reinforcement process, optimal dimensional stability during moisture changes in wood should be one of the most important criteria for such joints. Therefore, FRP/timber joints were evaluated with regard to the influence of real external environmental conditions on the bondline over a period of 40 months.

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@article{BUT93432,
  author="Jan {Vaněrek} and Anna {Benešová} and Pavel {Rovnaník} and Rostislav {Drochytka}",
  title="Evaluation of FRP/wood adhesively bonded epoxy joints on environmental exposures",
  annote="This article describes the evaluation of the durability of joints composed of wooden adherends with a bonded layer of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) fabric. Carbon and glass fibers in an epoxy matrix were studied. The main purpose of their usage with timber in the construction industry is generally the need to improve the stiffness/strength of reinforced members without any influence on their service-life or any environmental impact. From the perspective of the timber reinforcement process, optimal dimensional stability during moisture changes in wood should be one of the most important criteria for such joints. Therefore, FRP/timber joints were evaluated with regard to the influence of real external environmental conditions on the bondline over a period of 40 months.",
  address="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  chapter="93432",
  doi="10.1080/01694243.2012.698096",
  institution="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  number="14-15",
  volume="28",
  year="2014",
  month="july",
  pages="1405--1417",
  publisher="TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}