Experimental and numerical investigation of blast resistant capacity of high performance geopolymer concrete panels
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- Composites Part B: Engineering, 2019, 171 pp. 9 - 19
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© 2019 Elsevier Ltd In this study, the mechanical properties of a novel high performance alkali-activated geopolymer concrete under both static and dynamic loads were studied. The ground granulated blast-furnace slag powder (GGBS) and silica fume were used to manufacture this geopolymer concrete. Slabs that cast with this geopolymer concrete and steel wire mesh reinforcement were tested under close-in TNT explosion. The steel rebar reinforced C30 concrete slabs were tested as a control group. It is found that the steel wire mesh reinforced geopolymer concrete slabs achieved a more uniform strain distribution, which means a better structural performance against blast loadings as compared to the conventional C30 concrete slab under the same blast loads. The numerical investigation was then conducted to elaborate the test results.
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