SP014 – Rettrofitting of RC Beams with Externally Bonded Simcon Laminates

ABSTRACT:

This paper shows the aftereffects of trial and scientific investigations concerning the flexural fortifying of RC pillars utilizing remotely reinforced High Performance Fiber Fortified Cementitious Composites (HPFRCCs) called Slurry Penetrated Mat Concrete (SIMCON). A sum of three fortified solid shafts were thrown and tried in the research facility over an compelling range of 1200 mm. three bars were reinforced with fortified SIMCON overlays. Static reactions of the considerable number of pillars were assessed as far as quality, solidness, malleability proportion, vitality assimilation limit factor, compositeness between cover and concrete, and the related disappointment modes.

 Examination was made between test results SIMCON. The outcomes demonstrate that the fortified bars display expanded flexural quality, upgraded flexural solidness, and composite activity until disappointment. To conquer this, new thoughts rose and such a one kind is retrofitting. Retrofitting implies the further change of anything after it has been fabricated. Retrofitting can be accomplished by utilizing composite materials. By successfully doing retrofitting process, we can enhance the quality of existing structures against seismic action.

BASE PAPER: Rettrofitting of RC Beams with Externally Bonded Simcon Laminates

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