Fatigue Behavior of Bond-Anchored Unidirectional Glass-FRP's

by H. Budelmann, TU Brauschweig, Germany,
B. Kepp, TU Brauschweig, Germany,
F. S. Rostásy, TU Brauschweig, Germany,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Serviceability and Durability of Construction Materials


The contribution reports on the fatigue behavior of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) bars, consisting of endless E-glass fibers embedded in a polyester (PE) matrix and anchored in a cylindrical steel tube which is filled with a quartz sand/PE-resin mortar. At the beginning the mechanical material properties, the anchorage design and the bond behavior of the bars are shortly outlined.

Subject Headings: Fiber reinforced polymer | Synthetic materials | Fatigue (material) | Bonding | Material properties | Bars (structure) | Glass fibers | Glass reinforced plastics

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