FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION

Ronald F. Zollo

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Abstract

Results of tests involving extrusion of fibrous concrete (FRC) indicate the feasibility of the process. Extrusion through a stationary die proves beneficial to the mechanisms governing material behavior. The results of flexure tests are considered for extruded steel and glass fibrous concrete. The extrusion process caused a reorientation of originally randomly-oriented fibers toward an alignment parallel to the axis of extrusion, which is favorable with respect to flexural strengthening. An asbestos-cement filler provided a matrix strengthened by the addition of both glass and steel fibers. Clay fillers were weaker.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationASCE J Struct Div
Pages2573-2583
Number of pages11
Volume101
Edition12
StatePublished - Dec 1 1975

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Extrusion
Reinforced concrete
Fibers
Fillers
Asbestos cement
Concretes
Steel fibers
Glass fibers
Clay
Glass
Steel

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Zollo, R. F. (1975). FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION. In ASCE J Struct Div (12 ed., Vol. 101, pp. 2573-2583)

FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION. / Zollo, Ronald F.

ASCE J Struct Div. Vol. 101 12. ed. 1975. p. 2573-2583.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Zollo, RF 1975, FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION. in ASCE J Struct Div. 12 edn, vol. 101, pp. 2573-2583.
Zollo RF. FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION. In ASCE J Struct Div. 12 ed. Vol. 101. 1975. p. 2573-2583
Zollo, Ronald F. / FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE EXTRUSION. ASCE J Struct Div. Vol. 101 12. ed. 1975. pp. 2573-2583
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