Experimental Investigation on Strength Behaviour between GFRP & Steel Bars Reinforced in ColumnsJournal: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.2, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2017-04-01
Authors : M. Priyashagadevan; K. A. Kalaiarasi;
Page : 224-228
Keywords : Non-Corrosive Material; Compression Strength; Split Tensile Strength of GFRP Bars;
Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) is a composite material, which consist of polyester thermosetting resin as matrix and glass fibers as reinforcement. Pultrusion technique is used to fabricate GFRP products in various continuous forms of structural sections such as box, I-, H-, and plates, which are similar as steel sections. The use of GFRP member in structures is relatively becoming more important especially in constructions. It was observed that the current required technical and design data of pultruded GFRP sections was rather limited especially about material properties and structural performance. This study was conducted experimentally to investigate the physical and mechanical properties of the GFRP. Citation: M. Priyashagadevan, Valliammai Engineering College; K. A. Kalaiarasi ,Valliammai Engineering College. "Experimental Investigation on Strength Behaviour between GFRP & Steel Bars Reinforced in Columns." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering 25 2017: 224 - 228.
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