This experimental investigation deals with the effects of reclaimed carbon fibres (RCF), carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) waste, and prepreg carbon waste (PW) of different contents on the mechanical properties of Portland cement mortar. The mechanical properties of reinforced cement mortars were measured by bending, compression and fracture toughness tests. Moreover, the shrinkage behaviour was observed by restrained drying shrinkage test. The influences of dispersing agent and additives for cement, including mineral and chemical admixtures, were evaluated for a total of 18 different combinations.

Cement mortar reinforced with reclaimed carbon fibres, CFRP waste or prepreg carbon waste

CARVELLI, VALTER;
2016

Abstract

This experimental investigation deals with the effects of reclaimed carbon fibres (RCF), carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) waste, and prepreg carbon waste (PW) of different contents on the mechanical properties of Portland cement mortar. The mechanical properties of reinforced cement mortars were measured by bending, compression and fracture toughness tests. Moreover, the shrinkage behaviour was observed by restrained drying shrinkage test. The influences of dispersing agent and additives for cement, including mineral and chemical admixtures, were evaluated for a total of 18 different combinations.
CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS
Cement composite; CFRP waste; Mechanical properties; Prepreg carbon waste; Reclaimed carbon fibres; Civil and Structural Engineering; Building and Construction; Materials Science (all)
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