EFEK PENAMBAHAN SERAT POLYPROPOYLENE TERHADAP DAYA LEKAT DAN KUAT LENTUR PADA REHABILITASI STRUKTUR BETON DENGAN SELF-COMPACTING REPAIR MORTAR (SCRM)

@inproceedings{Santoso2010EFEKPS,
  title={EFEK PENAMBAHAN SERAT POLYPROPOYLENE TERHADAP DAYA LEKAT DAN KUAT LENTUR PADA REHABILITASI STRUKTUR BETON DENGAN SELF-COMPACTING REPAIR MORTAR (SCRM)},
  author={Agus Santoso and Slamet Widodo},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT In the cases of repairing and rehabilitation work of existing concrete structures, interface bond strength between old (substrate layer), and new concrete (overlay) will be one of the main factors that will significantly affect the quality of the strengthened structures. Considering its unique fresh characteristics, self-compacting concrete offers more advantages in repairing and rehabilitation works. Effects of polypropylene fiber addition on interface shear bond strength, and the… CONTINUE READING

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