fiber-reinforced polymer

fiber-reinforced polymer

[¦fī·bər ‚rē·ən¦forst ′päl·ə·mər]
(materials)
Lightweight, high-strength composite material composed of fibers (glass, carbon, or silicon carbide) embedded in a polymeric (epoxy, phenolic, or polyester) matrix. Abbreviated FRP.
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Known as glass fiber-reinforced polymer rebars, this building material will soon be available in Ilocos Sur, Singson said.
Qora cladding is a lightweight fiber-reinforced polymer panel that authentically replicates traditional brick, stone and wood siding manufactured using a new technology that integrates the latest in material science and product design in order to simplify the building process, deliver outstanding look and performance, and provide an answer to construction industries ongoing labor concerns.
As part of the current work, crews will remove and patch damaged concrete and install bands of fiber-reinforced polymer over the concrete to extend structural life.
The Garmin Instinct sports a fiber-reinforced polymer case and is thermal, shock and water resistant (US MIL-STD 810G).
[USPRwire, Tue Oct 16 2018] Fiberglass Cloth Market: Introduction Fiberglass is a common variety of fiber-reinforced polymer with glass as a reinforcement material.
Saudi Aramco, a global leader in petroleum and natural gas, recently implemented the corrosion-resistant fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) rebar in the foundations of a 400-metre long perimeter in one of its construction projects.
Lakkad, "Effect of CNTs growth on carbon fibers on the tensile strength of CNTs grown carbon fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composites," Composites Part A, vol.
Masmoudi, "Effect of sustained load and environment on long-term tensile properties of glass fiber-reinforced polymer reinforcing bars," ACI Structural Journal, vol.
[12] ACI-440, Guide for the Design and Construction of Structural Concrete Reinforced with Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (FRP), ACI 440.
The new wheels are manufactured entirely from carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP).
[5.] Bisby, L.A., Chen, J.F., Li, S.Q., Stratford, T.J., Cueva, N., and Crossling, K., Strengthening Fire-Damaged Concrete by Confinement with Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Wraps, Engineering Structures, 33(12), 2011, pp.
Among their topics are self-healing for low-temperature applications, the influence of modeling conditions on process-induced strain on reinforcements, a real-time cure monitoring system for fiber-reinforced polymer laminates, the homogenization of viscoelastic composite-reinforced woven flax fibers, the optimal design of a high-pressure toroidal tank produced by wrapping with a durable composite, the effect of self-heating of high-damping rubber bearings on design practices, and studying carbon nano fiber by the cotton candy method.