Hooked Steel Fibred Reinforced Cement Concrete

Authors

  • Omkar Adinath Gadekar Student, Department of Civil Engineering, Government College of Engineering, Karad, India

Keywords:

Aspect ratio of fibre, Deflection of member, Fibre, flexural, Strength of concrete, Split tensile

Abstract

Continuous advancement in the concrete is necessary for its different purposes in different structures. Adding different fibres in concrete (as per the recommendations of structure) for its enhancement proved successful. In this paper we are studying ‘Hooked steel fibred reinforced concrete’, by adding hooked steel fibre in varying percent (0%, 1% and 2%) in the concrete and testing it for different forces(compressive, tensile and Flexure). Changes happened after adding hooked steel fibres are studied with the help of table and graph. A significant improvement in compressive, tensile, flexural strength and lowered value of deflection of a member is observed due to inclusion of hooked steel fibre in the concrete. Optimum fibre content is found to be strength dependent.

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Published

19-07-2020

How to Cite

[1]
O. A. . Gadekar, “Hooked Steel Fibred Reinforced Cement Concrete”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 144–147, Jul. 2020.

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