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Volume & Issue no: Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017

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Title:
Experimental study of column wrapped with textile fabrics.
Author Name:
Asso.Prof. Dharmesh K. Bhagat, Parishi H. Dalal, Sagar D.Rana3, Darshil M. Rasania, Haresh D. Gayakwad
Abstract:
Abstract Strengthening has become the best suitable way of improving the load carrying capacity and extending the service lives of these structures .The most practicable solution for repairing and strengthening work to resist higher design loads or to provide additional safety to the constituent when it is not constructed to carry the design load due to the human or other errors is to externally apply technical textile fabrics. This technique is one of the latest and less used developments in the civil engineering industry. There are large number of projects have been done with textile fibers and it has be concluded that wrapping technique is suitable for structural repair and strengthening. In this experimental work, the columns were wrapped by textile fabrics in stripping form and studied the behavior of the column in term the crack patterns development and the ultimate load carrying capacity of column subjected to axial compression load. This work is done to conclude the utility of the textile fabrics, the extent of the Strip wrapped column that would carry the load and the pattern of textile fabrics that would give the effective results. Keywords: Reinforced concrete, load carrying capacity, textile fabrics, universal testing machine, strip wrapping
Cite this article:
Asso.Prof. Dharmesh K. Bhagat, Parishi H. Dalal, Sagar D.Rana3, Darshil M. Rasania, Haresh D. Gayakwad , " Experimental study of column wrapped with textile fabrics." , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017 , pp. 022-025 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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