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Tensile Behavior of Polyetylene Fiber-Reinforced Cementless Composite
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Tensile Behavior of Polyetylene Fiber-Reinforced Cementless Composite
Lee, Bang Yeon; Choi, Jeong-Il; Kim, Young-Suk;
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This study investigated experimentally the tensile behavior of polyetylene fiber-reinforced cementless composite. Four types of polyetylene fiber-reinforced cementless composite were designed. The water to binder ratio was 0.30-0.38, and the amount of polyetylene fiber was 1.75 vol%. A series of experiments including uniaxial tension, density, and compression tests were performed to evaluate the performance of the composites. From the test results, it was exhibited that the composite has superior tensile performance such as high tensile strength and tensile strain capacity compared with other types of composites.
Cementless Composite;Polyetylene Fiber;Tensile Behavior;
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