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Development of fine grained concretes for textile reinforced cementitious composites
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  • Journal title : Computers and Concrete
  • Volume 18, Issue 2,  2016, pp.279-295
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/cac.2016.18.2.279
 Title & Authors
Development of fine grained concretes for textile reinforced cementitious composites
Daskiran, Esma Gizem; Daskiran, Mehmet M.; Gencoglu, Mustafa;
 Abstract
A new innovative composite material is textile reinforced cementitious composite (TRCC). To achieve high flexural performance researchers suggest polymer modification of TRCC matrices. In this study, nine ready mix repair mortars commonly used in construction industry and the production of TRCC elements were examined. Mechanical properties such as compressive and flexural strength, drying shrinkage were studied. Being a significant durability concern, alkali silica reaction tests were performed according to related standards. Results showed that, some ready repair mortar mixes are potentially reactive due to the alkali silica reaction. Two of the ready mortar mixes labelled as non-shrinkage in their technical data sheets showed the highest shrinkage. In this experiment, researchers designed new matrices. These matrices were fine grained concretes modified with polymer additives; latexes and redispersible powders. Two latexes and six redispersible powder polymers were used in the study. Mechanical properties of fine grained concretes such as compressive and flexural strengths were determined. Results showed that some of the fine grained concretes cast with redispersible powders had higher flexural strength than ready mix repair mortars at 28 days. Matrix composition has to be designed for a suitable consistency for planned production processes of TRCC and mechanical properties for load-carrying capacity.
 Keywords
textile reinforced composite;durability;fine grained concrete;shrinkage;alkali silica reaction;
 Language
English
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