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Volume 73, 2016XV International Conference “Topical Problems of Architecture, Civil Engineering, Energy Efficiency and Ecology – 2016”
|Number of page(s)||13|
|Section||Applied Mechanics in Construction and Material Science|
|Published online||11 August 2016|
Comparative analysis of strength and crack resistance of normal sections of bent elements of T-sections, made of rubber concrete, kauton reinforcement and concrete
Voronezh State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 20-letiya Oktayabrya Str., 84, Voronezh, 394006, Russia
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One of the urgent tasks of development of the construction associated with the development of new building designs, the use of which provides increased strength, crack resistance, reducing the flow of construction materials, reducing the labor intensity, energy consumption and cost. Ensuring effective functioning of structures during their operation in the harsh environments associated not only with the task of developing materials of higher strength and corrosion resistance, but also composites of increased strength and crack resistance, as structural materials crack resistance is largely determined by the ability of the structure to prevent the formation and growth of cracks. For structures operating in conditions of chemical action, the question of crack resistance is paramount, as the disclosure of cracks in aggressive environment, penetrating deep into the section and causing corrosion of the reinforcement will significantly impair the ability of the load bearing capacity of the element as a whole. The results of experiments of polymer concrete beams of the cross T-profile and comparison of the results with those obtained in an experiment similar to concrete and kauton reinforced elements are given. The observations of the stress-strain state of polymer concrete of flexural members, strength and crack resistance of these elements are presented.
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