In order to study different carbon fiber contents and it’s influences on mechanical properties of concrete, ANSYS materials composites were synthesized to carry out numerical simulation. Here are the results of numerical analysis: The addition of carbon fiber composite can greatly improve the compressive strength of concrete. Among them, the mechanical properties of concrete with 1% carbon fiber content and 2% carbon fiber content are basically the same, but there is no clear improvement in flexural performance. Therefore, the enhancement of mechanical properties of concrete by fiber is closely related to its content. The study of the change between them can effectively reduce the loss of fiber, but also conducive to the promotion of fiber reinforced concrete.
Zhao Xiaolong ,
College of Resources and Environment, Yunnan Agricultural University, 650000, Kunming, Yunnan Province Key Laboratory of Efficient Urban and Rural Water Safety and Water Saving and Emission Reduction, 650000, Kunming,
Yunnan Province Key Laboratory of Efficient Urban and Rural Water Safety and Water Saving and Emission Reduction, 650000, Kunming, School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Yunnan Agricultural University, 650000, Kunming ,
College of Foreign Languages, University of Jinan, 250022, Jinan,
College of Water Resources, Yunnan Agricultural University, 6500000, Kunming, College of Foreign Languages, University of Jinan, 250022, Jinan,
Yunnan Province Key Laboratory of Efficient Urban and Rural Water Safety and Water Saving and Emission Reduction, 650000, Kunming, College of Water Resources, Yunnan Agricultural University, 6500000, Kunming,
Zhao Xiaolong Ismail Shah Zhai Pingyu Fan Xiaoya Wang Jing “Analysis of Mechanical Properties of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Concrete Based on An International Journal of Engineering Works Vol. 8 Issue 01 PP. 37-40 January 2021 https://doi.org/10.34259/ijew.21.8013740.
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