What Does Bring Ductility to Steel Fibre Reinforced Shotcrete?

by Marc Vandewalle, N.V. Bekaert S.A, Zwevegem, Belgium,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Shotcrete for Underground Support VI

Abstract: It is generally accepted that ductility is the main characteristic of SFRS. Tests on scale 1/1 have been conducted to determine the influence of ductility on the bearing capacity and crack resistance of Steel fibre reinforced shotcrete under loading conditions. Based on these conclusions a new slab test has been developed in France for SFRS in order to prepare performance specifications and to evaluate the influence of different fibre types and dosages.

Subject Headings: Steel fibers | Fiber reinforced concrete | Ductility | Reinforcing steel | Shotcrete | Fiber reinforced composites | Steel construction | Load tests | Cracking | Load bearing capacity | France | Europe

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