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A Fundamental Study on Induction Technology of Separation Behavior Using Two-sided Adhesion of Joint of Composites Waterproofing System
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 Title & Authors
A Fundamental Study on Induction Technology of Separation Behavior Using Two-sided Adhesion of Joint of Composites Waterproofing System
Park, Jin-Sang; Lee, Tae-Yang; Kim, Dong-Bum; Park, Wan-Goo; Heo, Neung-Hoe; Oh, Sang-Keun;
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 Abstract
This study focuses evaluating the efficiency and performance evaluation of composite type sheet-membrane waterproofing method that utilizes a separation behavior inducement system designed to resolve the chronic problems of disintegration and damage of overlap areas of waterproofing layers. As the result of the test, the tensile strength value was at 13.8N/mm and elongation rate at 587% for the separation behavior inducement type specimen, and the compared specimens had 14.2N/mm for tensile strength and 335% for elongation rate. For the separation behavior adhesion method specimen, when tensile stress or displacement occurred, the Zero-Span tension occurrence did not follow, which resulted in that the bottom sheet layer and the top membrane layer did not simultaneously becoming damaged. When undergoing the top and bottom layers were separated through separation behavior due to lack of flexibility, the bottom layer began to damage at the primary stage, and with the allowed boundary the upper membrane layer began to display flexibility and showed continuous displaced resulting in secondary phase damaging.
 Keywords
Composites waterproofing system;Two sided adhesion;Separation behavior;
 Language
Korean
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