Thermal properties and modeling of fiber reinforced concretes

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The aim of the paper is to define the thermal properties (thermal conductivity, density and specific heat capacity) of steel, plastic and glass fiber reinforced concretes that are widely used for industrial floors, and to determine equivalent concrete thermal conductivity values for numerical thermal modelling of steel fibre reinforced concretes. In conclusion with the measurements, simulations and correlations, in the field of building physics and energy design we are able to calculate the fibre reinforced concrete's thermal behaviour accurately.




Nagy, B., Nehme, S. G., & Szagri, D. (2015). Thermal properties and modeling of fiber reinforced concretes. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 78, pp. 2742–2747). Elsevier Ltd.

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