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Basalt fibre continuous reinforcement composite pavement reinforcement design based on finite element model


The thrust of basalt fibre (BFRP) tendons will result in narrower transverse crack spacing, decreased load transfer capacity of transverse cracks and voids at the bottom of the slab, which will lead to thrust failure. The thesis uses the finite element analysis method to analyse the material characteristics of BFRP tendons. At the same time, the article determines the critical load position corresponding to the tensile stress of concrete and BFRP tendons, and analyses the influence of voids, crack spacing and other factors on the load stress of concrete and BFRP tendons. The study results found that continuously reinforced concrete and asphalt overlay composite design can reduce cracks.

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Life Sciences, other, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, General Mathematics, Physics