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Assessment Of The Effects Of Sinusoidal Steel Fibers And Polymer Fibers On Alkali-activated Concrete Pavement

Submitted2021-07-24
Last Update2022-10-01
TitleAssessment Of The Effects Of Sinusoidal Steel Fibers And Polymer Fibers On Alkali-activated Concrete Pavement
Author(s)Author #1
Author title:Doctor
Name: Abolfazl Mohamadi Janaki
Org: semnan university
Country: 0
Email: a.mohammadi@gmail.com

Author #2
Author title:professor
Name: Gholam Ali Shafabakhsh
Org: semnan university
Country: Iran
Email: gh.shafabakhsh2006@gmail.com

Author #3
Author title:professor
Name: Abolfazl Hassani2
Org: tarbiat modarres university
Country: Iran
Email: hassaniii@modares.ac.ir

Other Author(s)
Contact AuthorAuthor #2
Alt Email: gh.shafabakhsh2006@gmail.com
Telephone: 09100620637
KeywordsConcrete pavement, Alkali-activated Concrete, Steel, Polymer fibers, Mechanical features.
AbstractThe excessive use of cement has caused incremental production of greenhouse gases, one the consequences of which is the overheating of the planet. These detrimental effects have highlighted the importance of pozzolanic materials, and accordingly, using alkali-activated concrete pavement instead of cement has been presented as a solution. Moreover, using fiber concrete surfaces is a predominant method to repair the concrete pavement due to the high speed of performance and the reduction of the thickness. For this purpose, various amount of sinusoidal steel fibers, kortta embass and kortta twist were added to the alkali activated concrete pavement. The results showed that with an increase in the fiber percentage, the compressive strength, flexural strength and the energy absorption, splitting tensile strength, impact resistance, skid resistance, resistance against freezing and thawing cycles is enhanced. On the other hand, the thickness of the concrete slab and water penetration into the concrete decreased. However, these cases are somewhat efficient for the sinusoidal steel fibers, and then the process begins to decrease.
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