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Relationship between fatigue resistance and fracture behavior of the carbon fiber sheet and carbon fiber strand sheet reinforced RC slabs
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 Title & Authors
Relationship between fatigue resistance and fracture behavior of the carbon fiber sheet and carbon fiber strand sheet reinforced RC slabs
Won, Chan Ho; Abe, Tadashi; Ahn, Tae-Ho; Kim, Do Keun;
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 Abstract
According to the results of "Highway Bridges Long Life Repair Plan." The most serious damage to RC slabs is caused by fatigue deterioration, which results from the driving loads of large-sized vehicles, and aging of materials. In response to this, adhesion reinforcement using carbon fiber sheet is being adopted. In addition, carbon fiber strand sheet that holds the same material characteristics as CFS, but has superior workability, has been developed as a new reinforcement material. However, almost no studies have been conducted on CFSS in relation to fatigue resistance evaluation through fatigue tests under running wheel loads, with the exception of a few by some organizations. Therefore, in this study, specimens with front CFS adhesion reinforcement on the bottom surface of the RC slab and specimens with grid-type CFSS reinforcement were manufactured. Then, fatigue tests under running wheel loads were conducted, and thus fatigue resistance was evaluated using the specimens.
 Keywords
RC slab;Maintenance;Repair materials;Carbon fiber sheet (CFS);Carbon fiber strand sheet (CFSS);
 Language
Korean
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