COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC.

Ronald F. Zollo

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Abstract

Research and development regarding fiber reinforced materials (FRC) has evolved steadily with most notable progress having been made with the periodic introduction of new fiber types; including materials and form or shape. The attendant interest associated with new fibers has invariably led to an improved understanding of the mechanics of behavior of FRC and to new applications. The use of collated fibrillated polypropylene fibers (CFP) at low fiber volumes improves many aspects of the production and application of FRC including mixing and placement.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPublication SP - American Concrete Institute
PublisherAmerican Concrete Inst
Pages397-409
Number of pages13
StatePublished - 1984

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Fiber reinforced materials
Polypropylenes
Fibers
Mechanics

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  • Engineering(all)

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Zollo, R. F. (1984). COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC. In Publication SP - American Concrete Institute (pp. 397-409). American Concrete Inst.

COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC. / Zollo, Ronald F.

Publication SP - American Concrete Institute. American Concrete Inst, 1984. p. 397-409.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Zollo, RF 1984, COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC. in Publication SP - American Concrete Institute. American Concrete Inst, pp. 397-409.
Zollo RF. COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC. In Publication SP - American Concrete Institute. American Concrete Inst. 1984. p. 397-409
Zollo, Ronald F. / COLLATED FIBRILLATED POLYPROPYLENE FIBERS IN FRC. Publication SP - American Concrete Institute. American Concrete Inst, 1984. pp. 397-409
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