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Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences (2016) 23(2) 29- 37

Properties of Fresh and Hardened High Strength Steel Fibres Reinforced Self-Compacted Concrete

Saad Ali Al-Ta’an Wail Nourildean Al-Rifaie Khalid Ahmed Al-Neimee
Civil Eng. Dept., University of Mosul, Iraq Civil Eng. Dept., Tikrit University, Iraq Civil Eng. Dept., University of Mosul, Iraq

Abstract

Fresh and hardened properties of high strength steel fibrous self-compacted concrete were studied in this investigation. One reference high strength self-compacted concrete mix is used, with five percent (by weight of cement) silica fume and eight percent of the cement replaced by limestone powder. Three steel fibres percentages by volume of concrete are used (0.4, 0.8, and 1.2). The used steel fibres were a shelled Harex type with irregular cross-section, equivalent diameter of 0.9278 mm, and 32 mm long. Super plasticizer was used to improve the workability and flow ability of the mixes. The test results showed that the presence of steel fibres decrease the flow ability, and increase the time of spreading, segregation, and passing ability of the fresh concrete. For the fibres percentages used, the fresh properties were within the recommended specifications for the self-compacted concrete. The test results showed an early strength development rate more than that for plain normal concrete due to the presence of the fine materials. As for normal concrete, the test results showed also that the increase in the splitting strength is more than the increase in the compressive strength due to the presence of the steel fibres. The brittle mode of failure of the plain unreinforced specimens changed to a ductile one due to the presence of the steel fibres.

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Keywords:Compression, limestone powder, Self-compacted concrete, Silica fume, splitting, Steel fibres, Strength.

How to cite

TJES: Al-Ta’an SA, Al-Rifaie WN, Al-Neimee KA. Properties of Fresh and Hardened High Strength Steel Fibres Reinforced Self-Compacted Concrete. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences 2016;23(2):29-37.
APA: Al-Ta’an, S. A., Al-Rifaie, W. N., & Al-Neimee, K. A. (2016). Properties of Fresh and Hardened High Strength Steel Fibres Reinforced Self-Compacted Concrete. Tikrit Journal of Engineering Sciences, 23(2), 29-37.