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Title: Self-Sensing Properties of Different Carbon Nanomaterial Based Composites for Sustainable Infrastructures
Authors: Altuntaş, İ.O.
Öztürk, O.
Kahnt, A.
Wagner, C.
Böhm, R.
Keywords: Carbon-based materials
Structural Health Monitoring
Structural dynamics
Structural properties
Carbon based materials
Carbon nano-materials
Cement based composites
Functional properties
Sensing property
Sustainable infrastructure
Structural health monitoring
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Composite Construction Laboratory (CCLab), Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Abstract: Recently, various studies have focused on the cement-based composites doped with carbon-based materials to provide non-structural functional properties without compromising engineering properties. Some of the most important non-structural functional properties are self-sensing performance of cement-based composites, such as damage, strain, structural vibration, and durability monitoring. Generally, the term attained as “self-sensing” is related to the function of cement-based material to exhibit its piezoresistive ability. Accordingly, self-sensing capability of the cement-based composites can be attained and structural or/and material health monitoring can be provided without the need external integrated. In this study, the mixtures of cement-based composites functionalized with self-sensing ability was addressed. The paper focuses on the production techniques, engineering performance and multifunctionality properties of small-size specimens to large-scale trial specimens. Challenges of the current methods as sensory materials are also discussed together with other cement-free composites. © 2022 Altuntas et al.
Description: Bristol Composited Institute;et al.;JEC Group;Shimadzu;Suprem;Surface Measurement Systems
20th European Conference on Composite Materials: Composites Meet Sustainability, ECCM 2022 -- 26 June 2022 through 30 June 2022 -- 186802
ISBN: 9.78297E+12
Appears in Collections:Scopus İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu / Scopus Indexed Publications Collections

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