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STRUCTURAL RESPONSE OF PULTRUDED GFRP PROFILES SUBJECTED TO BENDING
Glass fibre reinforced polyesters (GFRP) composite profiles represent a viable alternative to structural members made of conventional structural materials such as steel, aluminium, or wood. When used for structural applications, the GFRP beams have the advantages of high strength/low weight ratio, while corrosion resistance, thermal and electrical insulation properties represent other desired qualities of these elements. Usually, GFRP are mainly reinforced with unidirectional glass fibres butfatcat:myn6225o45eqpleixhqpd5kxwa