FRC Pavs. [Naeem rezghi]

566 views

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
566
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

FRC Pavs. [Naeem rezghi]

  1. 1. Title: FRC Pavs.FiberReinforcedConcreteName: Naeem Rezghi 8722229076Course: Pavement Eng. CIV4142-F11Instructor: Mrs. Rohani© 2012 BIHE   
  2. 2. History Lab.Design: In 1889, George W. Bartholomew proposed the first concrete pavement to city officials of Bellefontaine, Ohio.
  3. 3. History Cont’d Lab. Design Practical: After 2 years, completed in 1891, in 1893 Court avenue and Opera St., 1894 William T.G. Synder 1st American concrete contractor.
  4. 4. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete)
  5. 5. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:  Steel fibers:
  6. 6. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:  Steel fibers:  Syntethic fibers:
  7. 7. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:  Steel fibers:  Syntethic fibers:  Polypropylene:
  8. 8. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:  Steel fibers:  Syntethic fibers:  Polypropylene:
  9. 9. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:  Steel fibers:  Syntethic fibers:  Polypropylene:
  10. 10. What’s FRC? FRC (Fiber Reinforced Concrete) Fiber types:
  11. 11. FRC types SFRC(Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Conventional fibers  High Strength  High modulus of elasticity  Resistance from corrosion in alkaline env.  Their bond to matrix can be improved by mechanical anchorage.
  12. 12. FRC types SFRC(Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Conventional fibers  High Strength  High modulus of elasticity  Resistance from corrosion in alkaline env.  Their bond to matrix can be improved by mechanical /anchorage.
  13. 13. FRC types SFRC(Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Conventional fibers  High Strength  High modulus of elasticity  Resistance from corrosion in alkaline env.  Their bond to matrix can be improved by mechanical anchorage.  Mixing methods:  Adding fibers to truck mixer  Adding fibers to aggregate stream  Adding fibers on top of aggregates
  14. 14. FRC types SFRC(Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Spray-up process  Premix process
  15. 15. FRC types SFRC(Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Spray-up process  Premix process  Properties:
  16. 16. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Generally mixed in batch process
  17. 17. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Generally mixed in batch process
  18. 18. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Generally mixed in batch process  Application:  Cast in place concrete (slabs, pavs, tunnel linings)  Factories (vaults, shingles, siding, …)
  19. 19. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete) NFRC(Natural Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Wet mix batch, Wet compacted mix
  20. 20. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete) NFRC(Natural Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Wet mix batch, Wet compacted mix  Materials and properties:
  21. 21. FRC types SFRC(SteelFiber Reinforced Concrete) GFRC(Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) SNFRC(Syntethic Fiber Reinforced Concrete) NFRC(Natural Fiber Reinforced Concrete)  Wet mix batch, Wet compacted mix
  22. 22. Cost Analysis Cost reduction methods:  Reduction in saw-cutting  Reduction in number of dowels
  23. 23. Cost Analysis Cost reduction methods:  Reduction in saw-cutting  Reduction in number of dowels
  24. 24. Concrete Pavs. In Iran http://www.rccp.ir
  25. 25. References American Concrete Pavement Association [Online], Number 4.10, November 2003, Available: http://www.acpa.org/Downloads/RT/RT4.10.pdf American Concrete Pavement Association [Online], Saturday, January 21, 2012, Available: http://www.acpa.org/Concrete_Pavement/About_Concrete/100_Years_of_Innovation/index.asp State-of-the-Art Report on Fiber Reinforced Concrete [Online], Reported by ACI committee 544, ACI 544.1R-96, Reapproved 2002, Available: http://civilwares.free.fr/ACI/MCP04/5441r_96.pdf Fiber Reinforced Concrete for Airfield Rigid Pavements [Online], J.R. Roesler, University of Illinois, Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 10/25/04, Available: http://ceat.uiuc.edu/PUBLICATIONS/technotes/TN3%20-%20Fiber%20Reinforced%20Concrete.pdf Fibers in Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements [Online], Authors: Kevin J. Folliard – David P. Whitney – David Sutfin and Rian Turner, March 2006, University of Texas at Austin, Available: http://www.utexas.edu/research/ctr/pdf_reports/0_4392_S.pdf Experimental investigation on repair of RC pavements with SFRC [Online], G. Boscato & S. Russo, University Iuav of Venice - Venice - Italy, ISBN 978-0-415-46850-3, Available: http://dicata.ing.unibs.it/plizzari/CD/Pdf/181.pdf Research on Steel fiber reinforced Concrete Pavement for RTHOTROPIC Steel deck as a countermeasure for fatigue [Online], Jun Murakoshi – Noaki Yanadori and Hironori Ishii, Available: http://www.pwri.go.jp/eng/ujnr/tc/g/pdf/23/23-6-4yanadori.pdf Fiber reinforced concrete [Online], N. Banthia, University of British Colombia, Available: http://www.watancon.com/documentation/technical/Banthia_-_Fibre- Reinforced_Concrete.pdf Prediction of Compressive Strength of Composite Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC) using Artificial Neural Network [Online], Razi university, Kermanshah, Iran, Available: http://www.irbnet.de/daten/iconda/CIB13791.pdf

×