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By Jiping Bai

ISBN-10: 0857094181

ISBN-13: 9780857094186

Over the previous few many years, complex composites have more and more develop into shrewdpermanent fabrics for brand new constructions and the renewal of latest civil engineering infrastructures. This booklet specializes in quite a few elements of complicated fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites in civil engineering and offers an outline of the purposes of complex FRP composites in civil and structural engineering in 4 elements. every one bankruptcy inside of a component is written through a number one professional (or workforce of specialists) and offers with a particular subject with distinct referencing to fundamental assets for extra research.

Part one offers with FRP composite matrix fabrics which offer the root for composite fabrics, with members reviewing the chemistry of phenolic resins including their mechanical and thermal houses, polyester thermoset resins as matrix fabrics, the chemistry of vinylester resins, and epoxy resins ordinarily to be had at the market.
The mechanical houses of FRP composites are based upon the ratio of fiber and matrix fabrics, the mechanical homes of the constituent fabrics, the fiber orientation within the matrix, and eventually, the processing and strategies of fabrication, that are the topic of half . Chapters speak about prepreg processing, liquid composite molding (LCM), filament winding tactics, and pultrusion of complex FRP composites.
Part 3 is dedicated to the homes, functionality, and checking out of FRP composites and bargains with the elastic estate research of laminated complicated composites. This part supplies a common evaluation of composite stiffness and assesses unidirectional bolstered composites and appears into the elemental mechanisms enthusiastic about the environmental degradation of FRP composites and the impression of the growing old mechanisms of the polymer matrix at the mechanical houses of composites.
Part 4 studies using FRP composites in numerous structural functions. It covers a large rage of software in civil engineering infrastructures, together with complex FRP composites to reinforce constructions liable to seismic harm, FRP composite fabrics for bridge building and rehabilitation, the manufacture and rehabilitation of pipes and tanks within the oil and fuel undefined, and the rehabilitation of trees and urban structures.

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2006; Paiva and Frollini, 2006). , 2010). ‘Fiberglass-resin powder (FR powder)’ consists of glass fiber and resin powder from waste printed circuit boards (PCBs). FR powder can be reused as a reinforcing filler in phenolic molding compounds (PMCs). Guo et al. (2010) used FR powder as a partial substitute (20%) for wood flour in the production of modified phenolic molding compound (MPMC) and studied the thermal stability and mechanical properties. The authors observed that the thermal decomposition of the MPMC occurred in three steps.

CNTs can be composed of individual cylinders of 1–2 nm diameter (single-walled nanotubes, SWNTs) or a collection of several concentric graphene cylinders (multi-walled nanotubes, MWNTs) (Breuer and Sundararaj, 2004). Despite the exceptional intrinsic properties of CNTs, CNT-reinforced composites may exhibit worse properties than expected. The surface properties of CNTs may affect their dispersion within the matrix, and the van der Waals interactions between the nanotubes may lead to bundles that may fail at stresses below the intrinsic capabilities of a single nanotube, necessitating the tailoring of CNTs to each particular application (Breuer and Sundararaj, 2004).

2010a, 2010b). These fibers can replace synthetic and/or poorly biodegradable fibers such as glass, aramid and carbon. , 2009). These natural products can be found in certain plant tissues, such as bark, fruit and wood, and can be removed from these sources by extraction with water. Tannins are classified in two groups: hydrolyzable tannins and condensed tannins (Mueller-Harvey, 2001). The condensed tannins are flavonoids with complex structures (Fig. 5). The phenolic groups present in tannin enable this macromolecule to participate in the same reactions as phenol (Tondi and Pizzi, 2009).

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