SP-345: Materials, Analysis, Structural Design and Applications of Textile Reinforced Concrete/Fabric Reinforced Cementitious Matrix

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Sponsors: ACI Committee 549, Rilem-MCC

Editors: Barzin Mobasher and Flávio de Andrade Silva

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Several state-of-the-art sessions on textile-reinforced concrete/fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix (TRC/FRCM) were organized by ACI Committee 549 in collaboration with RILEM TC MCC during the ACI Fall 2019 Convention in Cincinnati, OH, and the ACI Virtual Technical Presentations in June 2020. The forum provided a unique opportunity to collect information and present knowledge in the field of TRC and FRCM as sustainable construction materials. The term TRC is typically used for new construction applications whereas the term FRCM refers to the repair applications of existing concrete and masonry. Both methods use a textile mesh as reinforcement and a cementitious-based matrix component and, due to high tensile and flexural strength and ductility, can be used to support structural loads. The technical sessions aimed to promote the technology, and document and develop recommendations for testing, design, and analysis, as well as to showcase the key features of these ductile and strong cement composite systems. New methods for characterization of key parameters were presented, and the results were collected towards the development

of technical and state-of-the-art papers. Textile types include polymer-based (low and high stiffness), glass, natural, basalt, carbon, steel, and hybrid, whereas the matrix can include cementitious, geopolymers, and lightweight matrix (aggregates). Additives such as short fibers, fillers, and nanomaterials were also considered. The sessions were attended by researchers, designers, students, and participants from the construction and fiber industries. The presence of people with different expertise and from different regions of the world provided a unique opportunity to share knowledge and promote collaborative efforts. The experience of an online technical forum was a success and may be used for future opportunities. The workshop technical sessions chairs sincerely thank the ACI staff for doing a wonderful job in organizing the virtual sessions and ACI TC 549 and Rilem TC MCC for the collaboration.

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Document Details

Pages: 256

ISBN: 9781641951333

Categories: Design, Materials, Textile-Reinforced Concrete

Formats: Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

SP-345-1:

Carbon Reinforced Concrete Under Cyclic Tensile Loading

Authors: Arne Spelter, Juliane Wagner, Manfred Curbach, and Josef Hegger

1-15

SP-345-2:

Shear Capacity of TRC slabs: Modelling and Examples from Practice

Authors: Jan Bielak, Norbert Will, Josef Hegger, and Sven Bosbach

16-31

SP-345-3:

Performance of TRM/TRC systems under elevated temperatures and fire conditions

Authors: Catherine (Corina) Papanicolaou and Thanasis Triantafillou

32-46

SP-345-4:

Staircase system made of carbon reinforced concrete (CRC)

Authors: Egbert Müller and Manfred Curbach

47-58

SP-345-5:

Experimental Approach to Determine Lap Splice Length of Textile Reinforced Concrete Members Subjected to Tensile Force

Authors: Bui Si Muoi and Minoru Kunieda

59-68

SP-345-6:

Numerical modeling of FRCM composites for the seismic retrofitting of existing concrete structures

Authors: Marco Carlo Rampini, Giulio Zani, Matteo Colombo, and Marco di Prisco

69-85

SP-345-7:

Effect of Bonded Length on Material Characterization of FRCM Composites

Authors: Houman Hadad, Davide Campanini, and Antonio Nanni

86-101

SP-345-8:

FRCM confined reinforced concrete columns: experimental behavior and modeling

Authors: Luciano Ombres and Salvatore Verre

102-116

SP-345-9:

On the tensile behavior of high-strength strain-hardening cement-basedcomposites (SHCC) reinforced with carbon textile – influence of yarn-SHCC bon

Authors: Iurie Curosu, Ameer H. Ahmed, Ting Gong, and Viktor Mechtcherine

117-127

SP-345-10:

Development and design of smart textile reinforcement for concrete pipes

Authors: Goezdem Dittel, Kira Heins, and Thomas Gries

128-142

SP-345-11:

Design Formulas for FRCM Strengthened Masonry Elements Under Compression or Shear Load

Authors: Maria Antonietta Aiello and Alessio Cascardi

143-155

SP-345-12:

Investigation on End-Anchorage of SRG Composites Externally Bonded to a Concrete Substrate

Authors: Xingxing Zou, Chris Moore, and Lesley H. Sneed

156-168

SP-345-13:

Shear strengthening of reinforced concrete T-beams using carbon reinforced concrete

Authors: Sarah Bergmann, Sebastian May, Josef Hegger, and Manfred Curbach

169-184

SP-345-14:

Influence of the test set-up on the bond behavior of FRCM composites

Authors: Angelo Savio Calabrese, Tommaso D’Antino, Pierluigi Colombi, Carlo Poggi, and Christian Carloni

185-195

SP-345-15:

Flexural Behavior of Carbon Fiber Textile-Reinforced Concrete I-Section Beams

Authors: Kissila Botelho Goliath, Daniel C. T. Cardoso, and Flavio de A. Silva

196-206

SP-345-16:

An Overview of The Tensile and Bond Behavior of Fabric Reinforced Cementitious Matrix (FRCM) Composites

Authors: Gianmarco de Felice, Stefano De Santis, and Pietro Meriggi

207-220

SP-345-17:

Utility of Glass and Carbon Fabrics in Ultra High-Performance Cementitious Matrices

Author: Bekir Pekmezci

221-229

SP-345-18:

Correlation of Tensile and Flexural Response of Continuous Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Cement Composites

Authors: Vikram Dey, Jacob Bauchmoyer, Chidchanok Pleesudjai, Steve Schaef, and Barzin Mobasher

230-242

SP-345-19:

Flexural strengthening of RC slabs with CRC and the influence of the positional accuracy

Authors: Egbert Müller, Sarah Bergmann, Manfred Curbach, and Josef Hegger

243-257

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