E3S Web Conf.
Volume 135, 2019Innovative Technologies in Environmental Science and Education (ITESE-2019)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||04 December 2019|
The theory of degradation for polymer concrete in complex stress state
Magnitogorsk State Technical University, Department the design of structures, 455000, 38 Lenin Ave, Magnitogorsk, Russia
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The article discusses the features of the application of the theory of degradation to the work of an integrated structure operating in a complex stress state. The analysis of the work of an integrated structure consisting of a steel shell filled with concrete (core structure). Based on the analysis of the construction work, we obtained the relations connecting the deformations of the steel shell and the polymer concrete core of the complex structure. The obtained relations made it possible to apply the diagrams of concrete work for uniaxial compression to analyze the possibility of using concrete as a core of an integrated structure. Experimental studies of the polymer concrete core of the structure were conducted. In total, ten concrete compositions were made and investigated. The compositions of concrete differed in cementitious: cement and polyester resin. As a filler used sand, gravel, ground clay, marble flour, soda and fine mineral fibers. Samples were tested for central and eccentric compression. During the tests used the methods used in testing cement concrete. As a result of the tests, complete schedules of the work of materials for uniaxial compression were obtained. The analysis of the energy characteristics of concrete schedules based on the theory of degradation is carried out. As a result of the discussion of the results obtained, conclusions are drawn about the possibility of using polymer concrete as the supporting core of an integrated structure with an external steel shell.
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