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Engineering Properties of Carbon Fiber and Glass Fiber Reinforced Recycled Polymer Concrete
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 Title & Authors
Engineering Properties of Carbon Fiber and Glass Fiber Reinforced Recycled Polymer Concrete
Noh, Jin Yong; Sung, Chan Yong;
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 Abstract
This study was performed to evaluate engineering properties of carbon and glass fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete. Fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete were used recycled aggregate as coarse aggregate, natural aggregate as fine aggregate, as filler, unsaturated polyester resin as binder, and carbon and glass fiber as fibers. The compressive and flexural strength of carbon fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete were in the range of 68~81.5 MPa and 19.1~21.5 MPa at the curing 7days. Also, the compressive and flexural strength of glass fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete were in the range of 69.4~85.1 MPa and 19~20.1 MPa at the curing 7days. Abrasion ratio of carbon and glass fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete were decreased 21.6 % and 11.6 % by fiber content 0.9 %, respectively. After impact resistance test, drop numbers of initial and final fracture were increased with increase of fiber contents. Accordingly, carbon fiber and glass fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete will greatly improve the hydraulic structures, underground utilities and agricultural structures.
 Keywords
carbon fiber;glass fiber;fiber reinforced recycled polymer concrete;strengths;impact resistance;
 Language
Korean
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