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Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nanosilica

1908 H.R .Tavakoli et al./Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nano-silica on the mechanical properties of concrete using ANN Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures 11 (2014) 1906-1923

Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nanosilica

Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nanosilica

Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nanosilica on the mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete using artificial neural network

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Experimental Study of Combined Effects of Fibers and Nanosilica on Mechanical Properties of Cemented Sand. Experimental Study of Combined Effects of Fibers

The effect of fiber type and content on the tensile strength is shown in Fig. 8b. It is observed that the tensile strength is increased with the increase in fiber content. For instance, an increase in the content of polyphenylene sulfide and steel fibers was accompanied by a 20%, and 30% increases in tensile strength, respectively.

the main objective of the present work is to utilize feed forward multi-layer perceptron type of artificial neural networks to find the combined effect of nano-silica and different fibers (steel, polypropylene, glass) on the toughness, flexural strength and fracture energy of concrete is evaluated.

Experimental Study of Combined Effects of Fibers and Nanosilica on Mechanical Properties of Cemented Sand. Prediction of combined effects of fibers and cement

An experimental survey on combined effects of fibers and nanosilica on the mechanical, rheological, and durability properties of self-compacting concrete

of prefabricated industrial buildings using on the combined effects of fibers and nano-silica on Prediction of combined effects of fibers and

saman Soleimani kutanaei; 4) H Tavakoli, O Omran, M Shiade, Saman Soleimani Kutanaei. Prediction of combined effects of fibers and nano-silica on the mechanical properties of self-compacting concrete using artificial neural network. LAJSS, 2014 (11) 1906-1923 Authors: saman Soleimani kutanaei; 5) Hamid Reza Tavakoli, Saman

Polypropylene (PP)−clay hybrids (PPCH) have been prepared by simple melt-mixing of three components, i.e., PP, maleic anhydride modified polypropylene oligomers (PP-MA), and clays intercalated with stearylammonium.

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REVIEW Plasmonic Photothermal Effects Based on Dynamic Optical Filtering Qiongchan Gu, Bowen Xu, Hang Zhao, Sheng Hu, Xiaoxiao Jiang, and Jiangtao Lv

Inverse gas chromatography (IGC) is a versatile, powerful, sensitive and relatively fast technique for characterizing the physicochemical properties of materials.

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