Mineral-bonded composites for enhanced structural impact safety: Material level investigations [Impaktsicherheit von Baukonstruktionen durch mineralisch gebundene Komposite: Materialebene]

Curosu, I. and Mechtcherine, V. and Vo, D.M.P. and Sennewald, C. and Cherif, C. and Wölfel, E. and Scheffler, C. and Gong, T. and Heravi, A.A. and Tamsen, E. and Balzani, D. and Shehni, A. and Häußler-Combe, U. and Fuchs, A. and Kaliske, M. and Scope, C. and Günther, E.

Volume: 116 Pages: 45-57
DOI: 10.1002/best.202000074
Published: 2021

Mineral-bonded composites for enhanced structural impact safety: material level investigations. The Research Training Group GRK 2250/1 „Mineral-bonded composites for enhanced structural impact safety“ aims at the development of novel strengthening materials with various types of fiber reinforcement for enhancing the impact resistance of the critical infrastructure. Adequate testing methods and evaluation protocols are developed for a fundamental material characterization including the rate effects. The experimental results form an important basis for formulating numerical models for simulations of the composites, strengthening layers and concrete elements by linking different space and time scales. Finally, methods for evaluating the sustainability and resilience of the developed strengthening solutions and materials are developed. © 2021, Ernst und Sohn. All rights reserved.

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