In this study, the concrete is mixed with glass fibers which are 0.5%, 1.0% and 1.5% of cement weight and 0.6 cm long. The effect of fiber addition level on the compressive strength, bending strength and residual compressive strength and thermal conductivity after heating of concrete is discussed. The test results show that an appropriate addition of glass fiber to the concrete at room temperature is favorable for the compressive strength. A low addition of relatively short glass fiber has insignificant effect on the bending strength. However, the adverse effect on the bending strength will increase if the addition level is too high. The addition of glass fiber can improve the loss of concrete strength under the effect of high temperature not exceeding 500°C, and a relatively high compressive strength remains under the effect of high temperature not exceeding 800°C. The high temperature can reduce the thermal conductivity of glass concrete, and the higher the addition level of glass fiber is, the lower is the thermal conductivity.
|MATEC Web of Conferences
|Published - 30 Dec 2017
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