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Direct Shear Tests of Sandy Soils Interfaced with FRP Sheets
(Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, 2018-06-13)
Enhancing the Interface Friction between Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Sheets and Sandy Soils through Sand Coating
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-06-28)
Soil-pile interface friction is an important geotechnical engineering factor to be considered in achieving a safe, cost-effective design. Conventional construction materials such as concrete, steel, and wood exhibit serious ...
1g model tests of vertically loaded GFRP piles
(Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS), 2019-09-29)
The conventional piling materials (i.e., concrete, steel, wood) are more likely to have durability problems (i.e., corrosion, degradation, deterioration) in harsh environments and offshore construction. Fiber-reinforced ...
Axial Behavior of Innovative Sand-Coated GFRP Piles in Cohesionless Soil
In pile construction, conventional pile materials such as concrete, steel, and wood are frequently subject to soil–substructure interaction durability problems due to corrosion and deterioration. Fiber-reinforced polymers ...