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Durability of repair materials with higher fire resistance for concrete structures
Počekajlo, Václav ; Dohnálek,, Pavel (referee) ; Bydžovský, Jiří (advisor)
This dissertation deals with the study of durability and degradation repair mortars for reinforced concrete structures. In its theoretical part, there are the research findings on the behavior of repair mortars exposed to corrosive environments with different exposure time and selected high temperatures. Processes occurring in repair mortars during their loading at high temperatures or when exposed to chemically aggressive environments are described, We can find recipes designed for cementitious binder based with a specific replacement using slag or fly ash in its practical part. The object of the research was to determine the durability of the proposed repair mortars, and determine their suitability for use on concrete structures, which may be exposed to a synergistic effect of chemically aggressive environments with high temperatures simulating fire.
Properties of cementitious composites with plasma treated polymer fibers
Počekajlo, Václav ; Hela, Rudolf (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
Modification of polymer fiber low temperature plasma is one of the ways to enhance the properties of modified fibers as follows. This work aims to evaluate the effect of plasma treated polypropylene fibers on the rheological properties of cement composites. The theoretical part describes the treatment and the effect of plasma treatment on polymer fibers. The influence of polypropylene fibers treated by low-temperature plasma on the workability of concrete. The practical part is described and evaluated experimental verification of the influence of the addition of commercially available fibers and fibers treated plasma on the rheological properties of fresh cement composite.

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