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II 5 11 Naaman A. E., Shah, S. P. (1976), Pull-out mechanism in steel fibre reinforced concrete. Proceedings, ASCE, 102(8, Aug.), 1537

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1996 How efficient are steel fibres in high strength concrete beams Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Utilization of High-Strength/High-Performance Concrete Paris 1067 – 1076

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Naaman A. E., Shah S. P. (1976), Pull-out mechanism in steel fibre reinforced concrete. Proceedings, ASCE, 102(ST8, Aug.), 1537–1558. Shah S. P. Pull-out mechanism in steel fibre

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Narayanan R., Darwish I. Y. S. Use of steel fibers as shear reinforcement, ACI Structural Journal , Vol. 84, 1987, pp. 216–227. Darwish I. Y. S

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Method of tests for compressive strength and compressive toughness of steel fiber reinforced concrete . [3]. UNE 83-507-86, Hormigones con fibras de acero y/o polipropileno. Rotura por compression

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1 23 30 Nataraja M. C., Dhang N., Gupta A. P. Stress-strain curves for steel-fiber reinforced concrete under compression, Cement and Concrete

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for Concrete - Part 2: Polymer Fibres. British Standard BS EN 14889 (2006). Vandewalle, L. et al.: RILEM TC 162-TDF: Test and design methods for steel fibre reinforced concrete. Materials and Structures , Vol. 33

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for fibre-reinforced concrete . Cement and Concrete Composites 77 ( 2017 ) 29 – 48 . Dupont , D. – Vandewalle , L. : Distribution of steel fibres in rectangular sections

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The aim of the paper is primarily to evaluate the heating energy demand of an industrial hall. In the study, we have made multidimensional dynamic whole building simulations for describing coupled heat and moisture behaviour and energy consumption of the building with different internal loads and compared to the calculated energy consumption of the building according to the Hungarian and Austrian regulations. The walls and roof structure of the industrial building were made with insulated panel systems, the plinth wall was built with monolithic reinforced concrete with 12 cm of XPS insulation. The floor is made of steel fibre reinforced concrete, where 10 cm XPS perimeter insulation was applied. After the calculations, we insulated the floor on the whole surface with 10 cm XPS and investigated the modified structure’s heating energy demand too. In the paper, we analyse the energy consumption of the original and modified industrial building according to the monthly and seasonal calculations and the whole building dynamic simulations and evaluated the differences. Furthermore, we assessed the effect of internal loads, thermal bridges on the simulations.

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Hivatkozások [1] ACI Committee 544 : Design Considerations for Steel Fibre Reinforced Concrete . ACI 544.4R-88, 1999 . [2] Advisory Committee on

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