NEW MICROMECHANICS DESIGN THEORY FOR PSEUDOSTRAIN HARDENING CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITE By

@inproceedings{Kanda1999NEWMD,
  title={NEW MICROMECHANICS DESIGN THEORY FOR PSEUDOSTRAIN HARDENING CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITE By},
  author={Tetsushi Kanda and Victor C. Li},
  year={1999}
}
The micromechanics design theory has realized random short fiber-reinforced cement composites showing pseudostrain hardening (PSH) behavior with over 5% of strain capacity under tension. Nevertheless, this existing theory currently is limited to specific constituent properties, which does not account for chemical bond and fiber rupture. This article presents a new design theory that eliminates this restriction, achieving fiber rupture type PSH-random short fiber-reinforced cement composites… CONTINUE READING
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