Earlyage crack widths of thin fiber reinforced concrete

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Sep 01, 2017  This study aims to predict the early-age crack width of thin fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) overlays through the modified prediction equation and finite element

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Early-age crack widths of thin fiber reinforced concrete overlays subjected to temperature gradients September 2017 Construction and Building Materials 148:492-503

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Early-age crack widths of thin fiber reinforced concrete ...

Early-age crack widths of thin fiber reinforced concrete overlays subjected to temperature gradients •A modified Darter and Barenberg’s equation to predict crack

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for ...

Yet the few joints that do crack at early ages produce the lowest load transfer efficiency and widest crack widths at later ages. There are no known publications

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Mitigating early-age cracking in thin UHPFRC precast ...

age and surface-cracking behavior of ultra-high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC) slabs. Slabs with shrinkage-reducing admixture exhibited better

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for Overlays

Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for Overlays University: University of Utah ... how the addition of fiber-reinforcement in a thin concrete overlay

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Mitigating early-age cracking in thin UHPFRC precast ...

age and surface-cracking behavior of ultra-high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC) slabs. Slabs with shrinkage-reducing admixture exhibited better behavior with regard to the decrease of shrinkage, maximum evaporation rate, and maximum surface-crack width. A larger cover depth was favorable because it caused a lower degree

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for Overlays

This study aims to investigate the age-dependent changes in flexural and fracture properties of fiberreinforced concrete (FRC) used in the design of thin overlay pavements. Four different types of steel or polypropylene macro-fibers with different dimensions and different fiber volume contents (0%, 0.5%, and 1.0%) were selected and investigated.

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This study aims to predict the early-age crack width of thin fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) overlays through the modified prediction equation and finite element modeling.

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linked to the service life of structures. Thin concrete overlay structures are considered to have reduced crack opening widths, slab deflections, and debonding rates when they contain fiber reinforcements. However, the effect of incorporated macro-fibers in thin concrete overlays were not

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Effect of fiber-reinforced concrete in thin overlays ...

Cracking and debonding are important considerations for pavement maintenance because they are linked with the service life of pavement structures. Concrete overlay pavements are expected to have reduced crack widths and reduced debonding rates when the concrete mixture contains fibers. The age-dependent changes in flexural and fracture properties of fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) between 3 ...

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For example, cracks widths that exceeded 1 mm in plain concrete specimens were reduced to less than 0.40 mm with 0.7% by volume of the 50/63 fiber, but were completely eliminated at the same ...

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Evaluation of the early-age-shrinkage of Fiber Reinforced ...

Dec 30, 2015  The manufactured concretes were produced using blended type CEM II/B-LL 32,5R, superplasticizer admixture based on polycarboxylate ethers (0.76% by weight of cement), gravel (D max = 16 mm), gravel (D max = 8 mm) and sand (D max = 4 mm).The fibers, consisting of different materials, have been selected and added to the mixture at dosage of 0.3% by the volume.

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Comparative evaluation of early age toughness parameters ...

May 24, 2013  Fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) is widely used in time critical applications such as tunnel lining [] and shotcrete [2–6] because of its improved mechanical properties such as fracture toughness [7, 8], ductility [9, 10], and crack-width control [11–13].Use of fibers enhances early age ductility, decreases the potential for early age cracking [14–17], and provides long term residual ...

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Apr 01, 2016  With an increase in fibre volume fraction, the maximum crack widths were observed to undergo a reduction from 3 mm for the control mix to hairline cracks wide less than 0.5 mm for the panel cast with a mortar reinforced with 1% by volume 50 mm long deformed fibres.

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Advantages of Fiber Reinforced Concrete – AtlantisFiber™

In general, fiber-reinforced concrete can improve: Durability—by controlling and reducing crack widths. “Results show that in general, there is an increase in compressive strength varying from 1% to 32%, on the addition of fibres to the concrete mix.” ~ Science Direct on Fiber Reinforced Concrete.

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Prediction of Early-Age Cracking of Fiber-Reinforced ...

The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design ...

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Fiber Reinforced Concrete - Study Mafia

Steel Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Steel fiber-reinforced concrete is basically a cheaper and easier to use form of rebar reinforced concrete. Rebar reinforced concrete uses steel bars that are laid within the liquid cement, which requires a great deal of prep work but make for a much stronger concrete. Steel fiber-reinforced concrete uses thin ...

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(PDF) Shrinkage Cracking of Restrained Concrete Slabs

To explore the application of ring tests on assessing the cracking potential of the fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) at early age, restrained shrinkage ring tests were conducted for FRC with three ...

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Fiber-Reinforced Concrete - Sika

Main Benefits of Sika Fiber Reinforced Concrete. There are multiple reasons for adding fibers in concrete. One of the main benefits of fibers are the homogenous distribution in the concrete. Other benefits include: Better cohesion of the fresh concrete. Control and reduce crack sizes due to early-age shrinkage. Improve flexural and shear strength.

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for Overlays

This study aims to investigate the age-dependent changes in flexural and fracture properties of fiberreinforced concrete (FRC) used in the design of thin overlay pavements. Four different types of steel or polypropylene macro-fibers with different dimensions and different fiber volume contents (0%, 0.5%, and 1.0%) were selected and investigated.

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Prediction of Early-Age Cracking of Fiber-Reinforced ...

The American Concrete Institute. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design ...

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for ...

This study aims to investigate the age- dependent changes in flexural and fracture properties of fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) used in the design of thin overlay pavements. Four different types of steel or polypropylene macro-fibers with different dimensions and different fiber volume contents (0%, 0.5%, and 1.0%) were selected and investigated.

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Mitigating early-age cracking in thin UHPFRC precast ...

“Influence of Ring Size on the Restrained Shrinkage Behavior of Ultra High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concrete.” Materials and Structures 47 (7): 1161–1174. Yoo, D. Y., K. H. Min, J. H. Lee, and Y. S. Yoon. 2014. “Shrinkage and Cracking of Restrained Ultra-High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Slabs at Early Age.”

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Early-Age Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Properties for Overlays (MPC 18-353) Nov 7, 2019 (9:30 - 10:30 am CT; 8:30 ... and crack propagation. When selecting an appropriate fiber-reinforced concrete for the design of thin overlays, the flexural residual strength is the primary design criteria used. ...

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FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE (FRC)

Fibre Reinforced Concrete durability is improved by reducing the crack widths. Polypropylene and Nylon fibres ... In the early age, straw and mortar were used for producing mud bricks, and horsehair was used for their ... There are generally four fiber reinforced concrete types: 1) Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete

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Early age performance and mechanical characteristics of ...

Apr 01, 2016  With an increase in fibre volume fraction, the maximum crack widths were observed to undergo a reduction from 3 mm for the control mix to hairline cracks wide less than 0.5 mm for the panel cast with a mortar reinforced with 1% by volume 50 mm long deformed fibres.

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Fiber-Reinforced Concrete for Pavement Overlays Tech Brief

Typical fiber content for concrete overlays can range from 0.2% to 0.5% by volume, and the amount depends on many technical factors (e.g., slab flexural capacity, desired service life, crack width criteria, and joint load transfer efficiency) and costs. For bonded concrete overlays of asphalt, a minimum residual flexural strength (f 150) of 100

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Fiber Reinforced Concrete - Study Mafia

Steel Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Steel fiber-reinforced concrete is basically a cheaper and easier to use form of rebar reinforced concrete. Rebar reinforced concrete uses steel bars that are laid within the liquid cement, which requires a great deal of prep work but make for a much stronger concrete. Steel fiber-reinforced concrete uses thin ...

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[18] MO Kim*, AC Bordelon, and NK Lee, Early-age crack widths of thin fiber reinforced concrete overlays subjected to temperature gradients, Construction and Building Materials, Elsevier, Vol. 148, 1 September 2017, pp. 492–503.

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Mitigating early-age cracking in thin UHPFRC precast ...

Mitigating early-age cracking in thin UHPFRC precast concrete products using shrinkage-reducing admixtures ... (SRA) and cover depth on the shrinkage and surface-cracking behaviors of ultra-high-performance fiber-reinforced concrete (UHPFRC) slabs. Three different SRA'to'cement weight ratios of 0%, 1%, and 2%, and three different cover depths ...

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May 21, 2020  It has been observed that the compressive strength of the concrete increases with the increased of fibers in the concrete from 1% - 32% . This increase is achieved when the fibers are used from the range of 0.5% to 1.5% of the concrete volume. Study shows the short size fiber reinforcements posses more compressive strength compared to long size.

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Fiber Reinforcement Concrete Advantages Disadvantages ...

There are many different types of fiber-reinforced concrete. some of them are as follows. 1. Steel Fiber Concrete. Aspect ratios of steel fibers are 30 to 250. It has high structural strength. The diameter of steel fibers varies from 0.25 to 0.75 mm. Steel fibers control the crack widths tightly and hence improves the durability of the concrete.

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Fiber-Reinforced Concrete - Sika

Main Benefits of Sika Fiber Reinforced Concrete. There are multiple reasons for adding fibers in concrete. One of the main benefits of fibers are the homogenous distribution in the concrete. Other benefits include: Better cohesion of the fresh concrete. Control and reduce crack sizes due to early-age shrinkage. Improve flexural and shear strength.

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