Mechanical Properties of Sprayed SFRC


Fig.1 A scene of spraying


Fig.2 Spraying method of the specimens


Fig.3 Schematic diagram of the steel fiber used in the specimen


Fig.4 The two dimensions orientation of the steel fibers in sprayed SFRC (by X ray photograph)
(a) Taken parallel to sprayed plane
(b) Taken normal to sprayed plane


Fig.5 Schematic diagram of the uniaxial tensile test assembly and specimen
(a) The uniaxial tension test assembly
(b) Specimen


Fig.6 Schematic diagram of specimens
Type a: Boring from parallel to the sprayed plane,
Type b: Boring from normal to the sprayed plane


Fig.7 Stress-strain curves subjected to uniaxial tensile test
(a) By specimen of type a
(b) By specimen of type b 


Fig.8 Fractured surface subject to the uniaxial tensile test
(a) By Specimen of type a
(b) By Specimen of type b




Fig.9 Increase of the residual strengthRE with the change of fiber volume fraction Vf.
Tensile stress on the specimen of type a




Fig.10 Stress-strain curves subjected to uniaxial compressive test
(a) By specimen of type a
(b) By specimen of type b 




Fig.11 Increase of the residual strengthRE with the change of fiber volume fraction Vf.
Compressive stress on the specimen of type b



Fig.12 Stress-strain curves subjected to uniaxial tension on specimens of type a, Garou 

Fig.13 Stress-strain curves subjected to uniaxial compression on specimens of type b, Garou


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