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STUDY OF CRACKING PATTERN AND ITS EVOLUTION ON NATURAL TEXTILE REINFORCED CONCRETE BY IMAGE ANALYSIS
Proceedings of the 4th Brazilian Conference on Composite Materials
Textile reinforced concrete (TRC) is an emergent class of material with great deformation capacity and multiple crack formation. Natural fibers are a more eco-friendly alternative to synthetic textile and they are gaining attention in the construction field. In the present study, a Brazilian natural fiber, called curauá, is used in the form of uni-directional textile as reinforcement of cementitious matrix. The composites were manufactured with a hand lay-up technique, varying its thickness anddoi:10.21452/bccm4.2018.02.09 fatcat:z3mcbyfhczfaxmel2nzes75vca