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|Title:||Flexural responses of hybrid steel-polyethylene fiber reinforced cement composites containing high volume fly ash||Authors:||Ahmed, S.F.U.
|Issue Date:||May-2007||Citation:||Ahmed, S.F.U., Maalej, M., Paramasivam, P. (2007-05). Flexural responses of hybrid steel-polyethylene fiber reinforced cement composites containing high volume fly ash. Construction and Building Materials 21 (5) : 1088-1097. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2006.01.002||Abstract:||Strain hardening and multiple cracking behavior of hybrid fiber reinforced cement composites containing different hybrid combinations of steel and polyethylene (PE) fibers under four-point bending are reported. The total volume fraction of fibers was kept constant at 2.5% to maintain a workable mix. Effects of increase in fly ash content as partial replacement of cement beyond 50%, such as 60% and 70% on the flexural response of hybrid steel-PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) and steel-PE fiber composites are also evaluated here. Among composites with different volume ratios of steel and PE fibers, the composite with 1.0% steel and 1.5% PE was found to show the highest flexural strength and that with 0.5% steel and 2.0% PE exhibited highest deflection and highest flexural toughness. Generally, the steel-PE hybrid composites exhibited lower flexural strength but higher deflection capacity than steel-PVA hybrid composites. The rate of strength loss after peak load in steel-PE hybrid composites was found low compared to steel-PVA hybrid system. The 50% replacement of cement by fly ash is found to be an optimum fly ash content in hybrid fiber composites. © 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.||Source Title:||Construction and Building Materials||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/65616||ISSN:||09500618||DOI:||10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2006.01.002|
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