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Fracture Toughness of Glass Fiber Reinforced Laminated Timbers

유리섬유 보강적층재의 파괴인성 특성

Kim, Keon-ho;Hong, Soon-Il
김선호;홍순일

  • Received : 2015.06.29
  • Accepted : 2015.08.20
  • Published : 2015.11.25

Abstract

The Compact Tension (CT) type test was performed in order to evaluate the fracture toughness performance of glass fiber-reinforced laminated timber. Glass fiber textile and sheet Glass fiber reinforced plastic were used as reinforcement. The reinforced laminated timber was formed by inserting and laminating the reinforcement between laminated woods. Compact tension samples are produced under ASTM D5045. The sample length was determined by taking account of the end distance of 7D, and bolt holes (12 mm, 16 mm, 20 mm) had been made at the end of artificial notches in advance. The fracture toughness load of sheet fiberglass reinforced plastic reinforced laminated timber was increased 33 % in comparison to unreinforced laminated timber while the glass fiber textile reinforced laminated timber was increased 152 %. According to Double Cantilever Beam theory, the stress intensity factor was 1.08~1.38 for sheet glass fiber reinforced plastic reinforced laminated timber and 1.38~1.86 for glass fiber textile reinforced laminated timber, respectively. That was because, for the glass fiber textile reinforced laminated timber, the fiber array direction of glass fiber and laminated wood orthogonal to each other suppressed the split propagation in the wood.

Keywords

glass fiber;reinforced laminated timber;fracture toughness;stress intensity factor

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국 연구재단