Vol. 27 (2005) 1040–1051.
 De Lorenzis, L., Tepfers, R.: Comparative study of models on confinement of concrete cylinders with fiber-reinforcedpolymer composites.
Journal of Composites for Construction
Authors:Martin Vavruš, Peter Koteš, František Bahleda, and Jozef Jošt
-stressing, adding the rigid steel members, wrapping by the FiberReinforcedPolymer (FRP) etc. [ 4, 5 ]. Strengthening and increasing of the concrete member load-carrying capacity, especially by adding a new layer of concrete, puts enormous emphasis on the
Authors:Y. A. El-Shekeil, S. M. Sapuan, A. Khalina, E. S. Zainudin, and O. M. Al-Shuja'a
Anandjiwala [ 2 ]. Use of pre-treated natural fibers in polymer matrix-based composites has been reviewed, and effect of surface modification of natural fibers on the properties of fibers and fiber-reinforcedpolymer composites has also been discussed by Kalia
Müssig , J , Rau , S , Herrmann , AS . Influence of fineness, stiffness and load-displacement characteristics of natural fibres on the properties of natural fibre-reinforcedpolymers . J Nat Fibers . 2006 ; 3
Authors:Mariano Pracella, Cristiano Pancrazi, Md. Minhaz-Ul Haque, and Aldo D'Alessio
elongation at break of the composites were strictly influenced by the fibre amount, and by the structure and concentration of compatibilizer [ 20 ].
The control of properties of natural fibresreinforcedpolymer
seismic force resisting system used for steel buildings. They can be utilized by either laying a concrete layer connected to two steel plates using shear studs, or by bonding the concrete layer with Fiber-ReinforcedPolymer (FRP) sheets/plates. Several