Experimental Study on Corrosion Resistance of GFRP Bars Body
W. Lu, X. Q. Li, & D. Zhou
W. Lu, X. Q. Li, & D. Zhou, Experimental Study on Corrosion Resistance of GFRP Bars Body, Journal of Mechanical Engineering Research and Developments, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 826-831, 2016.
ABSTRACT: Glass fiber reinforced composite (GFRP) compared to traditional building materials, light weight, high strength, good corrosion resistance, easy construction and so on. Based on these excellent mechanical properties and function, GFRP engineering application of more and more extensive application of technology in the international and domestic have been developed rapidly. In this paper, with a diameter of 18 mm, 25 mm two GFRP threaded rod bodies, and they were the natural corrosion and alkali, salt immersion test. Through its stress tests, we have come to fiberglass poles, each having a strong acid, alkali, salt and freeze-thaw resistance and other anti-corrosion characteristics.
Keywords : GFRP; Natural corrosion; Alkali and salt corrosion; Pressure test.