Evaluation of Tensile Strength of Concrete with Steel Fiber


Authors : Tjokro Hadi; Supriyadi; Wahjoedi; Arief Subakti Ariyanto; Slamet Budirahardjo; Setyoningsih Wibowo

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 6 - June

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6850091

Abstract : Concrete strength is an important point in the building. Several materials have been used as an addition to the common concrete mix to strengthen it, such as but not limited to crumb rubber, polypropylene fibers, steel fibers, and so on. The size of mixed material will not matter much except for joint construction. Joint construction on reinforced con-crete has a narrow material workspace which makes the size of mixed material matter. This paper will evaluate the strength of steel fiber over a narrow space. From this evalua-tion, we conclude that increasing the number and the length of the wire will rise concrete pull strength but will lower its workability.

Keywords : Reinforced Concrete, Joint Construction, Steel fiber.

Concrete strength is an important point in the building. Several materials have been used as an addition to the common concrete mix to strengthen it, such as but not limited to crumb rubber, polypropylene fibers, steel fibers, and so on. The size of mixed material will not matter much except for joint construction. Joint construction on reinforced con-crete has a narrow material workspace which makes the size of mixed material matter. This paper will evaluate the strength of steel fiber over a narrow space. From this evalua-tion, we conclude that increasing the number and the length of the wire will rise concrete pull strength but will lower its workability.

Keywords : Reinforced Concrete, Joint Construction, Steel fiber.

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