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The stress-resistance effects of the superimposed beams which are made of graphite slurry infiltrated steel fiber concrete GSISFCON and traditional concrete are studied. The results indicate the superimposed beams are monolithic quite well and GSIFCON has good effects in piezo-resistance and tension-resistance. The relative variations of the GSIFCON resistance in the tensile part are nearly 4 times of those in the pressure part. This phenomenon shows that the tension-resistance effect of GSIFCON is higher than its piezo-resistance effect. From the whole process of the destructive test, the relative variations of the GSIFCON resistance are significant correspond to load, strain and deflection.

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graphite slurry; steel fiber; stress-resistance effect

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Author: Lei Hong, Shu-mei Wang

Source: http://www.scirp.org/



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