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Engineering Properties of HPFRCC Including Both Organic and Inoranic Fibers
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Engineering Properties of HPFRCC Including Both Organic and Inoranic Fibers
Lee, Jong Tae; Han, Cheon-Goo;
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 Abstract
The high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite (HPFRCC) controls the cracking development of the structure by inducing micro-cracking and strain hardening behavior after the initial cracking under the tensile conditions. Although, in Korea, the research about manufacturing the single-fiber reinforced cementitious composite or the mechanical properties of hardened status has been conducted, the research to apply the HPFRCC with multi-fiber is not sufficient. Hence, in this research, considering the workability and economic aspect for practical applications, the engineering properties of HPFRCC with combined long steel fiber (SL) and long organic fiber (OL) are evaluated such as workability and strength. As a result of evaluating the engineering properties of HPFRCC, the most favorable performance was obtained when the mixture contained 1.5% of combined SL and OL.
 Keywords
steel fiber;organic fiber;fiber combinations;high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite;
 Language
Korean
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