There has been considerable attention drawn to the application of textile reinforced mortar (TRM) composites for strengthening existing masonry and concrete structures. These composites are made from textile fibers embedded in an inorganic matrix and act as externally bonded reinforcement (EBR). Therefore, a careful observation must be made of the bond of the mortar to the substrate and the bond of the mortar to the textile. Despite numerous studies of the bond behavior of TRM composites conducted in recent years, no constitutive bond behavior law under cyclic loading has been determined. In most available studies, the most common method of testing TRM-to-substrate bonds is the single-lap shear test. Contrary to that, the bond performance of fibers to mortar has received little attention and has been the subject of this study. This paper describes a laboratory study investigating the textile's interfacial bond behavior to the mortar fiber under cyclic loading. It was shown that cycling can cause a loss in strength, which varies with the number of cycles.

Dalalbashi, A., De Santis, S., Ghiassi, B., Oliveira, D.V. (2022). Cyclic Load Effects on the Bond Behavior of Textile Reinforced Mortar (TRM) Composites. In Key Engineering Materials (pp.74-81). Trans Tech Publications Ltd [10.4028/p-5r7onn].

Cyclic Load Effects on the Bond Behavior of Textile Reinforced Mortar (TRM) Composites

De Santis S.;
2022-01-01

Abstract

There has been considerable attention drawn to the application of textile reinforced mortar (TRM) composites for strengthening existing masonry and concrete structures. These composites are made from textile fibers embedded in an inorganic matrix and act as externally bonded reinforcement (EBR). Therefore, a careful observation must be made of the bond of the mortar to the substrate and the bond of the mortar to the textile. Despite numerous studies of the bond behavior of TRM composites conducted in recent years, no constitutive bond behavior law under cyclic loading has been determined. In most available studies, the most common method of testing TRM-to-substrate bonds is the single-lap shear test. Contrary to that, the bond performance of fibers to mortar has received little attention and has been the subject of this study. This paper describes a laboratory study investigating the textile's interfacial bond behavior to the mortar fiber under cyclic loading. It was shown that cycling can cause a loss in strength, which varies with the number of cycles.
Dalalbashi, A., De Santis, S., Ghiassi, B., Oliveira, D.V. (2022). Cyclic Load Effects on the Bond Behavior of Textile Reinforced Mortar (TRM) Composites. In Key Engineering Materials (pp.74-81). Trans Tech Publications Ltd [10.4028/p-5r7onn].
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