This study examines the behavior of circular concretes externally confined by green sustainable WHBR FRP containing water hyacinth fiber ropes and bio-resin. This study principally purposes to discover the axial stress-strain relationship behavior of WHBR FRP-confined circular concrete. A total of 10 circular concretes with a dimension of 150ÃÂ - 300 mm were cast, strengthened with one to four layers of WHBR FRP, and tested under compression. The stress and the deformability of WHBR FRP-confined circular concretes were observed to be increased along with the addition of WHBR FRP layers. The accurateness of existing ultimate stress and strain models of natural FRP-confined circular concrete was evaluated using the test results. Indicating the need for the newly developed models to precisely predict the ultimate stress and strain values of WHBR FRP-confined circular concrete, newly developed models were developed to be precise in estimating the ultimate stress and strain of WHBR FRP-confined circular concrete. Keywords concrete, confinement, disaster risk reduction, stress-strain, water hyacinth fiber.
|E3S Web of Conferences
|Published - 20 Sept 2023
|3rd International Conference of Construction, Infrastructure, and Materials, ICCIM 2023 - Tarumanagara, Indonesia
Duration: 27 Jul 2023 → …