Advanced Polymer Concretes And Compounds

Advanced Polymer Concretes And Compounds

Contents
  • State Of The Art In Polymer Concrete
  • Nature Of Polymer Concrete
  • Composition Of Polymer Concretes
  • Types Of Polymer Concretes
  • Epoxy Polymer Concrete
  • Carbamide Polymer Concrete
  • Acryl Polymer Concrete
  • Furan Polymer Concrete
  • Polyester Polymer Concrete
  • Other Types Of Polymer Concrete
  • Physical–Mechanical Properties Of Polymer Concrete
  • Corrosion Resistance Of Polymer Concretes
  • Water Resistance Of Polymer Concretes
  • Epoxy And Polyester Polymer Concrete
  • Intended Use Of Polymer Concretes
  • Advanced Polymer Concretes And Compounds
  • Advanced Polymer Concretes Based On Novel Binders
  • Rubber Concrete With Vulcanized Polybutadiene Binder
  • Polymer Concrete Based On A Vulcanized Polybutadiene Matrix
  • Selection Of The Polymer Part
  • Optimization Of Rubber Binder Viscosity
  • Estimation Of Optimal Rubber Content
  • Choice Of Hardening Agent For Rubber Matrix
  • Planning Of Activator And Calcium-Containing Components
  • Of The Composition Rubber Matrix
Optimization Of The Rubber Matrix Composition
  • For Strength
  • Physical–Mechanical Properties
  • Stress–Strain Relationship At Central Uniaxial Compression
  • Temperature Effect
  • Thermomechanical Destruction
  • Summary
  • Strength Of Reinforced
  • Combined Reinforcement And Polymer Concrete Matrix
  • Coefficient Of Thermal Linear Expansion
  • Shrinkage Stress Of The Matrix
  • Mechanical Bond And Adhesion Between Steel
  • Reinforcement And The Matrix
  • Load-Carrying Capacity At Eccentric Compression Load
  • Shear Stress And Crack Formation At Bend
  • Load-Carrying Capacity Of Beams At Bend In The
  • Transverse Forces Zone
  • Advanced Polymer Concretes And Compounds
  • Phenomenological Model Of Inclined Crack Formation
  • And Destruction
  • Fiber-Reinforced
  • Influence Of Particle Size Of Coarse Aggregates And
  • Reinforcement Ratio Of Fibrous Strength
  • Strength Of Fibrous With Various Kinds Of Fibers
  • Summary
  • Sample Materials