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Avtorstvo: Vojko KILAR // 1.08 Objavljeno predavanje na znanstveni konferenci
Leto: 2003
Citat: KRSTULOVIĆ-OPARA, Neven, KILAR, Vojko, KRSTULOVIĆ-OPARA, Lovre. Modeling and use of SIMCON and other High Performance fiber-composites for increasing structural resistance to extreme loadings. V: NAAMAN, Antoine E. (ur.), REINHARDT, Hans Wolfgang (ur.). Proceedings of the 4th International RILEM Workshop, Ann Arbor, USA, 15-18 June 2003 : high performance fiber reinforced cement composites. Vol. 1, (RILEM Publications). Ann Arbor, 2003, ilustr.
Povzetek: Damage due to extreme loadings such as earthquakes and terrorist attacks, as well as the high cost of removing/repairing damaged structures have emphasized the need for more cost-effective earthquake and blast resistant methods for infrastructural retrofit and new construction. While laboratory studies show that High Performance Fiber Reinforced Concretes (HPFRCs) are well suited for this purpose, conventional materials have been primarily used up until the present. HPFRCs exhibit high strength and ductility, high fatigue resistance, high durability, and excellent spall resistance, and are thus ideally suited for cost-effective renewal of the deteriorated national infrastructure. This paper reviews recent developments in the use of continuous fiber-mat HPFRC called SIMCON in structural retrofit an new, seismic resistant construction. Necessary tools for material-level and structural-level design are provided. Finally seismic behavior of a composite HPFRC structure is analytically predicted and compared to that of a conventionally designed, seismically resistant reinforced concrete frame building. [COBISS.SI-ID 1521284]
Tipologija: 1.08 Objavljeno predavanje na znanstveni konferenci
COBISS ID 1521284 Polni zapis iz sistema COBISS
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