JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Physical Properties of HPFRCC Using Fiber Combinations According to Change of W/B and Fiber Replacement Ratio
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Physical Properties of HPFRCC Using Fiber Combinations According to Change of W/B and Fiber Replacement Ratio
Lee, Jong-Tae; Han, Cheon-Goo;
 
 Abstract
In the construction industry concrete materials has that exhibits the advantage of a high compressive strength at an affordable price, beside it has that present a disadvantage of brittle fracture such as not withstand the low impact on the tensile strength. Recently there is the impact safety concerns of building by terrorism and explosions are treated heavily. The way to correspond the high-performance fiber-reinforced cementitious composites(HPFRCC) has been emerging as an important measure. However the existing research of HPFRCC was about a single type of fiber as it has an advantage such as convenience in placing depend using one kind of fiber, but it also has a disadvantage of fluidity, sensitivity and toughness etc. in quality rather than using 2or more composite fiber mixture. In this study, HPFRCC consist of 3 species of the SL+SS+OL fibers combination to research analysis of various engineering characteristics in variable terms of fluidity, tensile strength etc. of W/B and fiber replacement ratio to suggest the best mixing ratio which can be used in partical. As a result in the case of a 3 species fiber combination of SL+SS+OL reviewed engineering characteristics of workability, compressive strength and tensile performance etc. the best result was when W/B is 25% with 2.0%of fiber combination replacement ratio.
 Keywords
W/B;Fiber Replacing Ratio;Fiber combinations;High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitous Composites;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Kim, Y. D., Cho, B. S., kim, J. H., Kim, G. Y., Choi, K. Y., & Kim, M. H. (2003). An experimental study on the engineering properties of HPFRCC according to kinds, shapes and volume fraction of fibers. Proceeding of the Korea Institute of Building Construction Conference Proceeding, The Korea Institute of Building Construction, 59-62.

2.
Kim, G. Y., Sohn, Y. S., Yang, I. S., Hukuyama H., Yoon, H. D., & Kim, MH.(2003). Bending Property of Composited Ductile Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composite, Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, Vol. 5, No. 1, 367-372

3.
Kim, G. Y., Kim, Y. D., Cho, B. S., Yun, H. D., & Kim, M. H. (2006). The present status of application and the demanding forecasting of fiber reinforced cementitious. Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, 44-51.

4.
Kim, Y. D., Cho, B. S., Kim, J. W., Kim, Y. R., Yun, H. D., & Kim, M. H. (2003). An experimental study on the development of hybrid discontinuous fiber reinforced cementitious composite. Proceeding of the Korea Institute of Building Construction Conference Proceeding, 57-60.

5.
Han, D. Y., Han, M. G., Kang, B. H., & Park, Y. J. (2014). Effect of Hybrid Fibers on the Engineering Properties of HPFRCC. Journal of the Korea Institute for Structural Maintenance and Inspection, Vol. 14, No. 6, 639-645

6.
Kim, K. L., Ahn, T. H., Kim, Y. T., & Kim, B. G. (2004). Application of nylon fiber for fiber reinforced concrete. Magazine of the Korea Concrete Institute, Vol. 6, No.6, 65-73.

7.
Opara N. K., & Malak S. (1997). Tensile Behavior of Slurry Unfiltrated Mat Concrete(SIMCON). ACI Material Journal, 94(1), 39-46

8.
Kim Y. L., Park D. S., & Seo, C. H. (2005). Variations of material characteristics of high-strength concrete according to increase of steel fiber volume. Journal of the architectural Institute of Korea : Structure, Fer, 21(2), 95-101.