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Fibers in concrete (presentation)

Reinforced concrete bars

This presentation provides an overview of various fiber reinforced concrete composites. The advantages and disadvantages, mechanical properties and the mechanism of application are demonstrated. It presents the information about the growth of the fiber composite market, new composite materials, including the engineered cementitious composite (EEC) and some others.

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Development of long-basalt-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic matrix composites

The dynamic mechanical properties of long-basalt-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic composites are more than twice improved compared to short-fiber materials. Researchers concluded that continuous basalt fibers are suitable for application in P-LFT technologies, and that long-fiber-reinforced composites have much better dynamic mechanical and shrinkage properties than short-fiber-reinforced materials.

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Engineering Composite Materials

Engineering Composite Materials

The book by Bryan Harris provides readers with a basic understanding of the material engineering science as well as the engineering applications of composite materials. It explains how composite materials, with their advantages of high strength with stiffness, together with low weight and other desirable properties are formed and discusses the nature of the different types of reinforcement and matrix – ...

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