On the plastic behaviour of multi directional epoxy-bolted CFRP laminates

Aage Jensen, Ervin Poulsen

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Abstract

The second generation of CFRP laminate has recently been developed. It is a multi directional CFRP laminate, i.e. a laminate with carbon fibres having several directions other than the first generation. The paper describes the laboratory tests carried out in order to develop anchorage devices for such multi directional CFRP laminates which are epoxy-bonded and bolted or nailed to the concrete substrate for the purpose of strengthening against failure caused by bending. The tests were carried out at the Technical University of Denmark, IABM and Byg-DTU
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNordic Concrete Research
Publication date2004
Pages93-103
ISBN (Print)82-91341-88-5
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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Jensen, A., & Poulsen, E. (2004). On the plastic behaviour of multi directional epoxy-bolted CFRP laminates. In Nordic Concrete Research (pp. 93-103)