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Static Bending Strength Performance of Domestic Wood-Concrete Hybrid Laminated Materials

국내산 목재-콘크리트 복합적층재의 정적 휨 강도성능

  • Received : 2015.08.24
  • Accepted : 2015.09.22
  • Published : 2016.01.25

Abstract

In this study, to develop the lattice materials with a low environmental load for restoring the destroyed forest, 7 types of wood-concrete hybrid laminated materials were manufactured with domestic four softwoods, three hardwoods and concrete, and the effects of density of wood species on static bending strength performances were investigated. Bending MOEs of wood-concrete hybrid laminated materials increased with increasing density of wood species on the whole, and the values were higher than that of concrete by hybrid-laminating woods on the concrete. It was found that the measure values of bending MOEs were slightly lower than the calculated values calculated using equivalent cross-section method from MOE of each laminae of hybrid laminated materials and the difference between them was less than 10%. Bending proportional limit stresses of hybrid laminated materials showed 1.2-1.6 times higher than that of concrete by hybrid-laminating. Bending strength (MOR) of hybrid laminated materials increased with the density of wood species. By hybrid-laminating, the MOR of concrete was considerably increased. Therefore, it is considered that wood-concrete hybrid laminated materials can be applied as a materials with a low environmental load and durability for ecological restoration.

Keywords

softwoods;hardwoods;concrete;hybrid laminated materials;modulus of elasticity;proportional limit stress;modulus of rupture

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Acknowledgement

Supported by : 산림청