The use of fiber reinforced mortar for structural retrofitting/new construction of masonry structures has become increasingly popular in the last years. A preliminary study on the mechanical performances under compression of masonry panels is performed by selecting three different mortar types. The panels were composed of mortar and clay bricks; the mortars adopted are the following: i) commercial type mortar, ii) traditional mortar and iii) traditional mortar with the addition of a cellulose-based industrial non-hazardous waste. In particular, the study proposes the use of deink paper sludge as mortar filler as an example of sustainable end-of-life reuse. Using the collected experimental results involving the mortars and clay brick form a regression analysis on compressive strengths was performed in order to evaluate the influence of the deink paper sludge on the compressive behavior of the panel.

Structural Behavior of Small-Scale Masonry Panel with Fiber Reinforced Mortar under Compressive Load

Luciano Ombres
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Francesco Bencardino
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Salvatore Verre
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Mattia Nisticò
Membro del Collaboration Group
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2019

Abstract

The use of fiber reinforced mortar for structural retrofitting/new construction of masonry structures has become increasingly popular in the last years. A preliminary study on the mechanical performances under compression of masonry panels is performed by selecting three different mortar types. The panels were composed of mortar and clay bricks; the mortars adopted are the following: i) commercial type mortar, ii) traditional mortar and iii) traditional mortar with the addition of a cellulose-based industrial non-hazardous waste. In particular, the study proposes the use of deink paper sludge as mortar filler as an example of sustainable end-of-life reuse. Using the collected experimental results involving the mortars and clay brick form a regression analysis on compressive strengths was performed in order to evaluate the influence of the deink paper sludge on the compressive behavior of the panel.
978-3-0357-1565-1
Compression; Eco-friendly Systems; Masonry; Reinforcing Fiber; Waste of Cellulose
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