Study and modeling of the compressive and splitting tensile strengths of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete containing recycled asphalt pavement

@inproceedings{Larbi2017StudyAM,
  title={Study and modeling of the compressive and splitting tensile strengths of polypropylene fiber reinforced concrete containing recycled asphalt pavement},
  author={Rim Larbi and Meriem Morsli and Mahmoud Bensaibi and Abderrahim Bali and El-Hadi Benyoussef},
  year={2017}
}
In a context of sustainable development and material recycling, the present study aims to study mechanical properties of a recycled asphalt pavement (RAP) concrete, reinforced with polypropylene fibers (PF). First, five formulations were designed with different RAP content with a maximum of 50% at a water cement ratio (W/C) of 0,50. Experimental results showed that the more RAP content increases in mix, the more mechanical strengths decrease, mainly due to the weak interfacial transition zone… CONTINUE READING

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