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    Title: Comparative Study of Concretes Reinforced with Carbon, Polyethylene, and Steel Fibers and Their Improvement by Latex Addition
    Authors: Chen, Pu-woei;Chung, D. D. L.
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系
    Keywords: Carbon;concretes;Fibers;Latex;Mortars (material);Plastics, polymers, and resins;Materials Research
    Date: 1996-03-01
    Issue Date: 2013-03-20 16:29:57 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Farmington Hills: American Concrete Institute
    Abstract: Mortars containing carbon, polyethylene, and stainless steel fibers at the same volume fraction and with similar fiber diameters were compared in terms of tensile, compressive, and flexural properties. Carbon fibers, though having the lowest tensile modulus, strength, and elongation at break among the fiber types, gave mortar of the highest tensile strength and lowest cost; polyethylene fibers, due to their high ductility, gave mortar of the highest flexural toughness; and steel fibers gave mortar of the highest flexural strength. The tensile, compressive, and flexural strengths and flexural toughness were all increased by latex addition for any fiber type.
    Relation: ACI Materials Journal 93(2), pp.129-146
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Aerospace Engineering] Journal Article

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