Tensile mechanical properties of basalt fiber reinforced polymer tendons at low to intermediate strain rates

Volume: 177, Pages: 107442 - 107442
Published: Nov 1, 2019
Abstract
Basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) tendons are well known for their day-by-day increasing applications in infrastructural engineering. Advantages like high corrosion resistance, low-cost and environment-friendly features make BFRP tendons one of the best alternatives for metal-based (for example steel) reinforcement. Civil engineering components are always under high risk of earthquake, explosion or any impact/collision situation. Therefore,...
Paper Details
Title
Tensile mechanical properties of basalt fiber reinforced polymer tendons at low to intermediate strain rates
Published Date
Nov 1, 2019
Volume
177
Pages
107442 - 107442
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