Experimental Study on Mechanical Behavior of Fabric Reinforced Cement Composites Based on Modern Concrete
Journal: Asia-SAME Transactions on Engineering Sciences (ASTE)
Author: Xiaoxi Bi*, Yang Yv, Zhijun Zhang, Fangli Lv, Peitao Qiu
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The fabric is formed on the basis of three-dimensional structure generated by the textile technology, belonging to a kind of advanced form of short fiber. Therefore, fabric yarn in the process of application reflects the clear direction, and the fabric surface characteristics and short fiber has the remarkable difference. With the contrast of short cut fiber, fiber fabric of cement matrix enhancement mechanism is more obvious. After the optimized treatment, the cement-based composite has the advantage of short fiber and significant enhancement efficiency. In this paper, the mechanical properties and characteristics of the typical fiber-reinforced and cement-based composites are studied by analyzing and discussing the experiments of different types of fiber-reinforced and cement-based composites.