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Structural behavior on the steel beam with strengthening bonded carbon plate
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 Title & Authors
Structural behavior on the steel beam with strengthening bonded carbon plate
Sung, Ikhyun;
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 Abstract
The use of advanced composite materials in strengthening and repair of existing structures is increasing rapidly. This paper describes an effectiveness of a bonding of carbon fiber reinforced sheets to corroded steel members for the repair. Three types of surface treatment, what we call cleaning, of corroded plate are chosen as parameters. They are "without cleaning","removal of painting by brushing" and "complete removal of painting". From the experimental study, the following findings are obtained. 1) When the steel plate is subjected to tensile force, carbon fiber sheets adhered to the painted steel gives a higher strength against peeling compared to that of the plate without painting, 2) The grade of surface treatment, or cleaning of the corroded steel plate affects the strengthening effect.
 Keywords
Bonding Strengthening;steel-CFRP;adhesive;interfacial;
 Language
Korean
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