Flexural behaviour of ferrocement roof panels

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Abstract

This paper presents the experimental results of nine roof panels made of Ferrocement. Two types of channel sections and one type of box section were tested. All panels were 2m long, 470mm wide and 20mm thick. Channel type A had side edge beams 95mm deep and channel type B had side edge beams 50mm deep. The depth of the box section was 95mm. Thin hexagonal wire mesh was used as reinforcement. The number of wire mesh layers was varied between two to six. The wires were impregnated midway through the thickness of the panels. The panels were tested for bending moment with simple supports. The main variables studied were the number of wire mesh layers, the cross sectional shape of the panel and the depth of edge beam. Tests revealed that all panels showed acceptable strength for roofing systems. The increase in the number of wire mesh layers leads to an increase in the flexural strength. The box section showed strength similar to that of the channel section with 95mm edge beam. The channels with 50mm deep edge beams showed strength much less than the ones with 95mm edge beam and box section.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWIT Transactions on the Built Environment
Pages93-102
Number of pages10
Volume85
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Event3rd International Conference on High Performance Structures and Materials 2006, HPSM06 - Ostend, Belgium
Duration: May 3 2006May 5 2006

Other

Other3rd International Conference on High Performance Structures and Materials 2006, HPSM06
CountryBelgium
CityOstend
Period5/3/065/5/06

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Roofs
Reinforced concrete
Wire
Bending moments
Bending strength
Reinforcement

Keywords

  • Bending
  • Box section panels
  • Channel panels
  • Ferrocement
  • Fibre reinforcement
  • Slab panels

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Architecture
  • Building and Construction
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Computer Science Applications

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Flexural behaviour of ferrocement roof panels. / Alnuaimi, A. S.; Hago, A.; Al-Jabri, K. S.

WIT Transactions on the Built Environment. Vol. 85 2006. p. 93-102.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Alnuaimi, AS, Hago, A & Al-Jabri, KS 2006, Flexural behaviour of ferrocement roof panels. in WIT Transactions on the Built Environment. vol. 85, pp. 93-102, 3rd International Conference on High Performance Structures and Materials 2006, HPSM06, Ostend, Belgium, 5/3/06. https://doi.org/10.2495/HPSM06010
Alnuaimi AS, Hago A, Al-Jabri KS. Flexural behaviour of ferrocement roof panels. In WIT Transactions on the Built Environment. Vol. 85. 2006. p. 93-102 https://doi.org/10.2495/HPSM06010
Alnuaimi, A. S. ; Hago, A. ; Al-Jabri, K. S. / Flexural behaviour of ferrocement roof panels. WIT Transactions on the Built Environment. Vol. 85 2006. pp. 93-102
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