Proceedings pro050 : First International RILEM Symposium on Textile Reinforced Concrete

Title: First International RILEM Symposium on Textile Reinforced Concrete
Edited by J. Hegger, W. Brameshuber and N. Will
ISBN: 2-912143-97-7
e-ISBN: 2351580087
Pages: 418
Publication date: 2006

Cement-based concrete offers a wide field of possibilities regarding structural design and manufacturing technique and it is by far the most economical building material to carry compressive loads. By the use of textile reinforcements, the application range of the concrete is enlarged to very filigree dimensions. The production of new building members as well as the use of textile reinforced concrete to strengthen already existing steel reinforced structures offers fascinating possibilities.
For seven years, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG (German Research Foundation) has been supporting both Collaborative Research Centres, 528 “Textile Reinforcement for Structural Strengthening and Repair” as well as 532 “Textile Reinforced Concrete - Development of a New Technology” in Aachen. At this symposium, research results of both Collaborative Research Centres are presented and comple-mented by the contributions of other researchers and representatives of the industry who also concern themselves with the new composite material of textile reinforced concrete.
In this place, sincere thanks are given to all those who contribute towards the success of the conference. Special thanks to the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) for the financial support of both Collaborative Research Centres. Without them the development of the new, innovative building material would not have been possible.


Pages: XIV - XIV

1. Fibres and Textiles

Innovative technology for the manufacture of textile reinforcements for concrete
Author(s): U. Köckritz, J. Hausding, Th. Engler, Ch. Cherif
Pages: 3 - 12

Influence of machine settings on mechanical performance of yarn and textile structures
Author(s): V. Hanisch, A. Kolkmann, A. Roye, T. Gries
Pages: 13 - 22

Effects of warp knitted fabrics made from multifilament in cement-based composites
Author(s): Zvi Cohen, Alva Peled, Yonatan Pasder, Andreas Roye, Thomas Gries
Pages: 23 - 32

2. Matrices and Durability

Hybrid short fibres in fine grained concrete
Author(s): M. Hinzen, W. Brameshuber
Pages: 35 - 44

The Influence of short glass fibres on the working capacity of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): M. Butler, R. Hempel, M. Schiekel
Pages: 45 - 54

Application of polymers in textile reinforced concrete – From the interface to construction elements
Author(s): U. Dilthey, M. Schleser, M. Möller, O. Weichold
Pages: 55 - 64

Nano surface structuring of alkali-resistant glass fibres for multifunctional effects
Author(s): C. Rothe, S.-L. Gao, R. Plonka, E. Mäder
Pages: 67 - 76

Epoxy-impregnated textiles in concrete – Load bearing capacity and durability
Author(s): M. Raupach, J. Orlowsky, T. Büttner, U. Dilthey, M. Schleser
Pages: 77 - 88

3. Bond and composite properties

Effects of chemical exposure on bond between synthetic fiber and cementitious matrix
Author(s): P. Kabele, L. Novák, J. Nemecek, L. Kopecký
Pages: 91 - 99

Bond properties and experimental methods of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): Xu Shi-lang, Li He
Pages: 101 - 110

Bond behaviour of textile reinforcement made of AR-glass under cyclic loading
Author(s): B.-G. Kang, W. Brameshuber
Pages: 111 - 119

Experimental investigation and prediction of long-term behavior of textile reinforced concrete for strengthening
Author(s): S. Freitag, M. Beer, F. Jesse, S. Weiland
Pages: 121 - 130

Experimental investigation of static fatigue strength of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): S. Ortlepp, F. Jesse
Pages: 131 - 140

Stress-strain behavior of textile reinforced concrete subjected to biaxial tension
Author(s): D. Jesse, Y. L. Michler, F. Jesse
Pages: 141 - 150

Dimensioning of textile reinforced concrete structures
Author(s): S. Voss, J. Hegger
Pages: 151 - 160

Experimental investigations about construction members strengthened with textile reinforcement
Author(s): A. Al-Jamous, R. Ortlepp, S. Ortlepp, M. Curbach
Pages: 161 - 170

Mechanical behavior and durability of compression moulded sisal fiber-cement mortar laminates (SFCML)
Author(s): F. A. Silva, J. A. Melo Filho, R. D. Toledo Filho, E. M. R. Fairbairn
Pages: 171 - 180

Hybrid joints of textile reinforced concrete parts - designed for assembly
Author(s): D. Pak, A. Geßler, D. Piegeler, M. Feldmann, M. Schleser, U. Dilthey
Pages: 181 - 190

4. Modelling approaches

A stochastic cracking theory for the introduction of matrix multiple cracking in textile reinforced concrete under tensile loading
Author(s): H. Cuypers, J. Wastiels
Pages: 193 - 202

Uniaxial structural behavior of TRC – A one-dimensional approach considering the transverse direction by segmentation
Author(s): U. Häußler-Combe, J. Hartig
Pages: 203 - 212

Numerical evaluation of damage parameters for textile reinforced concrete under cyclic loading
Author(s): M. Konrad, R. Chudoba, K. Meskouris
Pages: 213 - 222

On the hierarchical material modelling of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): I. Lepenies, M. Richter, B. Zastrau
Pages: 223 - 232

Delamination in the interface of textile reinforced concrete layers with contact and friction
Author(s): J. Matheas, R. Schlebusch, B. Zastrau
Pages: 233 - 242

Simulation evolving discontinuities in TRC using the extended finite element method
Author(s): M. Mombartz, F. Peiffer, R. Chudoba, J. Hegger, K. Meskouris
Pages: 243 - 252

Remarks on the behavior and modeling of textile reinforced concrete in plane stress state
Author(s): K. Rueberg, O. Bruckermann, J. Hegger
Pages: 253 - 264

Time-dependent reliability of strengthened RC structures
Author(s): J.-U. Sickert, B. Möller, W. Graf, S. Freitag
Pages: 265 - 274

Numerical simulation of textile reinforced concrete considering dynamic loading processes
Author(s): F. Steinigen, B. Möller, W. Graf, A. Hoffmann
Pages: 275 - 283

Impact of scatter of material properties on the yarn performance in TRC
Author(s): M. Vorechovský, J. Jerábek, R. Chudoba
Pages: 285 - 296

5. Existing and future applications

Textile Reinforced Concrete – Applications and prototypes
Author(s): H.N. Schneider, C. Schätzke, I. Bergmann
Pages: 297 - 308

Large-size facade Elements of textile reinforced concrete
Author(s): E. Engberts
Pages: 309 - 318

Textile reinforced slabs and prefabricated double walls
Author(s): K. Holschemacher, Y. Klug, S. Kobisch, D. Weiße, H. Zscheile
Pages: 319 - 330

TRM as strengthening and seismic retrofitting material of concrete structures
Author(s): C. G. Papanicolaou, T. C. Triantafillou, D. A. Bournas, V. Lontou
Pages: 331 - 340

Seismic retrofitting of unreinforced masonry structures with TRM
Author(s): C. G. Papanicolaou, T. C. Triantafillou, K. Karlos, M. Papathanasiou
Pages: 341 - 350

Aramid fiber mesh as reinforcement of concrete panels subjected to high strain rates
Author(s): K. H. Kyung, C. Meyer
Pages: 351 - 358

Fabric formed concrete member design
Author(s): R. Schmitz
Pages: 359 - 368

Textile reinforced concrete multilayer composite pipes
Author(s): M. Lieboldt, U. Helbig, T. Engler
Pages: 369 - 378

Subsequent sealing of basements with a waterproof TRC construction
Author(s): M. Hinzen, T. Brockmann, W. Brameshuber
Pages: 379 - 388

Modular design-concept, using hypar-shells made of fibre reinforced composites
Author(s): E. De Bolster, H. Cuypers, J. Wastiels, P. De Wilde
Pages: 389 - 398

Architectural details to develop affordable disaster resistant structures using ferrocement technology
Author(s): Angus W. Macdonald
Pages: 399 - 404