Experiment Research on the Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete in the Acid Environment


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For the purpose of studying the resistance of steel fiber reinforced concrete against the corrosion of different acid, test compressive strength and flexural strength of the steel fiber reinforced concrete of different volume rate after the corrosion of organic and inorganic acid, and express experiment results with the form of comprehensive corrosion coefficient and the flexural corrosion coefficient in order to reflect the corrosion degree. The results shows that, the organic corrosion has a stronger corrosion effect on the steel fiber reinforced concrete than the inorganic acid under the environment of same PH value. When steel fiber volume rate is 1.5%, the corrosion resistance capacity of the steel fiber reinforced concrete is best.



Edited by:

Xingkuan Wu and Hao Xie




Y. Qiang et al., "Experiment Research on the Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete in the Acid Environment", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 224, pp. 224-228, 2011

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April 2011




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