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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1999.

StatementAndreas Urs Winistoerfer.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 170p.
Number of Pages170
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Open LibraryOL18531266M

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  A novel load transfer concept for a carbon fibre tendon system for the strengthening and rehabilitation of existing civil engineering structures is introduced using non-laminated pinloaded straps. The tendon is comprised of a maximum of seventy layers formed from a single, continuous carbon fibre tape with thermoplastic matrix material. List of publications – Professor J Toby Mottram 1 Publications Professor J. Toby MOTTRAM non-laminated composite pin-loaded straps in civil engineering’, Journal of Composite Materials, 35 7, (), ISSN In: 5th International Conference on Advanced Composite Materials in Bridges and Structures, to --, Winnipeg, Canada Lees, JM () Prestressed FRP/concrete systems – local material and global system challenges. In: 4th International Conference on FRP Composites in Civil Engineering, to , Zurich, Switzerland Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) is an advanced composite material with the advantages of high strength, lightweight, no corrosion and excellent fatigue resistance. Therefore, unidirectional CFRP has great potential for cables and to replace steel cables in cable structures. However, CFRP is a typical orthotropic material and its strength and modulus perpendicular to the fiber direction Cited by:

Advances in FRP composites in civil engineering: proceedings of the 5th International Conference on FRP Composites in Civil Engineering (CICE ), Sep 27 - 29, , Beijing, China. UNSPECIFIED () Finite element analysis of non-laminated composite pin-loaded straps for civil engineering. JOURNAL OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS, 35 (7). pp. UNSPECIFIED () Finite element simulation of a rolling automobile tyre to understand its transient macroscopic behaviour. Back: Double Diplomas and Joint Degrees; Double degree EPFL-Polytechnique Paris (in French) Double degree EPFL-Polytechnique Montréal (in French) Double degree EPFL-École Centra. Development of physical and mechanical properties of a cold-curing structural adhesive in a wet bridge environment Creep of Sandwich Panels with Longitudinal Reinforcement Ribs for Civil Engineering Applications: Experiments and Composite Creep Modeling Experimental and numerical investigation of tensile behavior of non-laminated CFRP.