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Creating the modified composite on the basis of basalt fiber filler

In the current economic situation in the country, is very relevant replacement foreign cation exchange resin used in Russian enterprises developed domestic counterparts, along with superior functional characteristics. Synthesized the cation-exchangable fibrous material based on modified phenolic resin is phenol-formaldehyde matrix and thermal and microwave-treated basalt fibers from different manufacturers.

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Experimental Investigation on the Behaviour of Flexural Strengthening of Beam Using Basalt Fiber

Experimental Investigation on the Behaviour of Flexural Strengthening of Beam Using Basalt Fiber

Worldwide, a great deal of research is currently being conducted concerning the use of fiber reinforced plastic wraps, laminates and sheets in the repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete members. Basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) application is very effective ways to repair and strengthen structures that have become structurally weak over their life of the span.

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Experimental study on flexural behaviors of engineered cementitious composite beams reinforced with FRP bars

engineered cementitious composite beams reinforced with FRP bars

The use of FRP reinforcement has attracted great attention in concrete structures due to its high tensile strength, good fatigue performance, and especially inherent anti-corrosion ability. Engineered cementitious composite (ECC) is a class of high performance cementitious composites with pseudo strain-hardening and multiple cracking properties. Substitution of concrete with ECC can avoid the cracking and durability problems from weakness of ...

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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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