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Abstract

The durability of adhesively bonded fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP) and concrete substrates has been the subject of recent studies. The degradation of bonded interfaces conjugated with other factors that affect the interface strength may compromise the potentialities of using FRP in externally bonded reinforced (EBR) concrete structures. However, the estimation of the effects of degradation on these bonded interfaces and the analytical methodologies to quantify them are not fully understood. The present work focuses on a local bond-slip model characterized by two parameters for which the values are obtained experimentally. Then, the determination of the local bond-slip relationship of a glass (G) FRP-to-concrete interface can be estimated. The assessment of the degradation of the bonded interface when subjected to cycles of (1) salt fog; (2) wet-dry environments with salt water; (3) temperatures between -10°C and +30°C; and (4) temperatures between +7.5°C and +47.5°C is presented. The results obtained using the proposed bond-slip model led to the conclusion that after 10,000 h of exposure to temperature cycles between -10°C and +30°C, there was a small change in the GFRP-to-concrete interface performance, whereas the effects on the bonded interface for the specimens subjected to temperature cycles between +7.5°C and +47.5°C were far more most severe.

Original languageEnglish
Article number04019028
JournalJournal of composites for construction
Volume23
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Aug 2019

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Polymers
Concretes
Degradation
Fibers
Temperature
Saline water
Fog
Concrete construction
Reinforced concrete
Durability
Salts
Glass
Substrates

Keywords

  • Accelerated aging
  • Bond-slip
  • Concrete
  • Durability
  • Fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites
  • Strength degradation

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