Mechanical Property of Fiber Reinforced Concrete according to the Change of Curing Method

Title & Authors
Mechanical Property of Fiber Reinforced Concrete according to the Change of Curing Method
Kim, Chun-Ho; Kim, Nam-Wook;

Abstract
When assessing crack initiation of fiber reinforced concrete, usually tensile strength or flexural strength is becomes indicator, but also depend on the curing effect take place during the production of specimen. In general, after conducting concrete specimen is cured by water at temperature $\small{20{\pm}3^{\circ}C}$ in laboratory, and accomplished the assessment of strength, but most of concrete structure is kept in drying condition after moist curing through the prescribed period. However, unlike these trends that technological advances have been made, influence of the difference of curing method on crack strength is not yet clear. Therefore, in this study, it is examined on the effect of curing methods affecting the mechanical property of fiber reinforced concrete, especially crack strength.
Keywords
Crack strength;Curing method;Fiber;Fiber reinforced concrete;Mechanical property;
Language
Korean
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