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Volume 162, 2018The 3rd International Conference on Buildings, Construction and Environmental Engineering, BCEE3-2017
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Building Materials Engineering and Construction Management|
|Published online||07 May 2018|
Behavior of high performance artificial lightweight aggregate concrete reinforced with hybrid fibers
professor in the Building and Construction Engineering Department, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq
2 lecturer in College of Engineering, Al Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad, Iraq
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
In this investigation, sustainable High Performance Lightweight Aggregate Concrete (HPLWAC) containing artificial aggregate as coarse lightweight aggregate (LWA) and reinforced with mono fiber, double and triple hybrid fibers in different types and aspect ratios were produced. High performance artificial lightweight aggregate concrete mix with compressive strength of 47 MPa, oven dry density of 1828 kg/m3 at 28 days was prepared. The Fibers used included, macro hooked steel fiber with aspect ratio of 60 (type S1), macro crimped plastic fiber (P) with aspect ratio of 63, micro steel fiber with aspect ratio of 65 (type S), and micro polypropylene fiber (PP) with aspect ratio of 667. Four HPLWAC mixes were prepared including, one plain concrete mix (without fiber), one mono fiber reinforced concrete mixes (reinforced with plastic fiber with 0.75% volume fraction), one double hybrid fiber reinforced concrete mixes (0.5% plastic fiber + 0.25% steel fiber type S), and a mix with triple hybrid fiber (0.25% steel fiber type S1+ 0.25% polypropylene fiber + 0.25% steel fiber type S). Fresh (workability and fresh density) and hardened concrete properties (oven dry density, compressive strength, ultrasonic pulse velocity, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength, static modules of elasticity, thermal conductively, and water absorption) were studied. Generally, mono and hybrid (double and triple) fiber reinforced HPLWAC specimens give a significant increase in splitting tensile strength and flexural strength compared with plain HPLWAC specimens. The percentage increases in splitting tensile strength for specimens with mono plastic fiber are, 20.8%, 31.9%, 36.4% and 41%, while the percentage increases in flexure strength are 19.5%, 37%, 33.9% and 34.2% at 7, 28, 60, 90 days age respectively relative to the plain concrete. The maximum splitting tensile and flexure strengths were recorded for triple hybrid fiber reinforced HPLWAC specimens. The percentage increases in splitting tensile strength for triple hybrid fiber reinforced specimens are 19.5%, 37%, 33.9% and 34.2%, while the percentage increases in flexure strength are 50.5%, 62.4. %, 66.8% and 62.2% at 7, 28, 60 and 90 days age respectively relative to the plain concrete specimens.
Key words: Artificial Lightweight Aggregate / Plastic Fiber / Hybrid Fiber / High Performance LWA
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