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Volume 230, 20187th International Scientific Conference “Reliability and Durability of Railway Transport Engineering Structures and Buildings” (Transbud-2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Structures, Buildings and Facilities|
|Published online||16 November 2018|
Durability of beams with hybrid reinforcement from metal and basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) armature
Kryvyi Rih National University, Vitaly Matusevich Str. 11, Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine, 50036.
2 National academy of fine arts and architecture, Voznesensk Privoz Str.20, Kyiv, Ukraine, 04053.
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The article presents the program and the results of experimental tests of beam samples with metal, basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) and hybrid (metal and BFRP) reinforcement. The samples were made of standard concrete with quartz sand as the fine aggregate and concrete with fine fraction wastes of a mining and beneficiation complex (MBC) used instead of the sand. Short-run tests of the beams under monotonous static loading until destruction enabled the conclusion that durability of the BFRP reinforced beams increased by 37-44% as compared to the metal reinforced beams. When hybrid reinforcing, reduction of the (BFRP) content did not produce an effect on decrease of durability indices; durability gains compared to the beams reinforced by metal made 38-41%. In the BFRP reinforced beams, due to the absence of plastic deformations in this reinforcement, there were no residual deformations after cessation of loading despite significant damage and deterioration of the concrete. Samples of beams made of concrete on fine fraction wastes of MBC, showed 1-8% higher strengths in comparison with similar beams made of concrete with quartz sand as the fine aggregate.
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