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Department of Building Structures, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Thákurova 7, 166 29 Prague, Czech Republic

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Department of Structural Mechanics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, VŠB–Technical University in Ostrava, L. Podéště 1875-17, 708 33 Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic

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Department of Mechanics, Klokner Institute, Czech Technical University in Prague, Šolínova 7, 166 08 Prague, Czech Republic





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Academic Editors: Alper Ilki and Masoud Motavalli

Abstract The stabilization and reinforcement of damaged barrel vaults with lunettes over an arcaded walk, applying composite strips based on high-strength carbon fibers and epoxy resin, was performed during the restoration of a historic monastery. The application of reinforcing composite strips in the soffit of damaged barrel vaults was preceded by relatively extensive experimental research and theoretical analyses. This method significantly reduces the interventions into and the degradation of the original historic structure surface application and is reversible. View Full-Text

Keywords: masonry; segment vault; tensile crack; vault ties; composite strips; CFRP; anchoring area; contact joint; temperature cycles; incremental failure masonry; segment vault; tensile crack; vault ties; composite strips; CFRP; anchoring area; contact joint; temperature cycles; incremental failure





Autor: Jiří Witzany 1, Jiří Brožovský 2, Tomáš Čejka 1, Klára Kroftová 1, Jan Kubát 1, Daniel Makovička 3 and Radek Zigler 1,*

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