Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments

Hamid - Saadatmanesh, Fares Tannous

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Abstract

This paper presents the durability test results of various commercially available composite rebars and tendons. The durability of eight different combinations of glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) rebars, as well as, two carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) tendons, and one aramid fiber reinforced plastic (AFRP) tendon was examined. Tendon and rebar specimens were directly exposed to seven different solutions simulating accelerated exposure to various field conditions. Test results indicated long-term durability problems associated with GFRP rebars, while CFRP and AFRP tendons displayed excellent durability in harsh environments. The free-phase model (i.e. Fick's law) of diffusion showed to be an acceptable model to approximately predict the losses in tensile strength of composite rebars and tendons.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art
PublisherASCE
Pages120-133
Number of pages14
StatePublished - 1998
EventProceedings of the 1997 International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art - Maracaibo, Venezuela
Duration: Apr 28 1997May 1 1997

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OtherProceedings of the 1997 International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art
CityMaracaibo, Venezuela
Period4/28/975/1/97

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Fiber reinforced plastics
Tendons
Durability
Glass fiber reinforced plastics
Aramid fibers
Carbon fiber reinforced plastics
Fick's laws
Composite materials
Tensile strength

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Saadatmanesh, H. ., & Tannous, F. (1998). Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments. In Proceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art (pp. 120-133). ASCE.

Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments. / Saadatmanesh, Hamid -; Tannous, Fares.

Proceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art. ASCE, 1998. p. 120-133.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Saadatmanesh, H & Tannous, F 1998, Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments. in Proceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art. ASCE, pp. 120-133, Proceedings of the 1997 International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art, Maracaibo, Venezuela, 4/28/97.
Saadatmanesh H, Tannous F. Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments. In Proceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art. ASCE. 1998. p. 120-133
Saadatmanesh, Hamid - ; Tannous, Fares. / Durability of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) rebars and tendons in aggresive environments. Proceedings of the International Seminar on Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structures: The State of the Art. ASCE, 1998. pp. 120-133
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