The hottest 2011 composite bridge technology semin

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2011 composite bridge technology seminar will be held soon

bridges will become a new direction for corresponding experiments of fiber composite applications

as early as 1982, China built the world's first composite highway bridge with a span of 20.7m in Beijing Miyun stripping force tester. Due to the limitations of materials, technology and knowledge level at that time, its further promotion and application were restricted. In recent years, with the rapid development of fiber composite materials, their superior properties such as light weight, high strength, corrosion resistance and good construction performance have become prominent, and have been gradually recognized by the engineering community. They have begun to be used in various civil and architectural structural projects in various forms

compared with traditional bridges, high-performance composite bridges have outstanding advantages such as fast erection speed, strong corrosion resistance, good overload resistance, fatigue resistance and seismic resistance, and can achieve a larger span. They have gradually become a new subject research hotspot. At the same time, due to the rapid development of materials and processes in the composite industry, the quality of high-performance fiber materials continues to improve. The price is relatively low, and the industrial processes such as pultrusion, winding and RTM are becoming more and more mature, paving the way for the application of composite materials in civil engineering. Many developed countries have begun to apply various composite materials in bridges. From the perspective of the development of composite materials industry, bridges are a huge potential market with broad application prospects

facing the opportunities and challenges of the development of composite bridges, GRP composite published the academic journal album of composite bridges in the 5th issue of 2011, and held the academic seminar of composite bridges at the same time


FRP branch of China Silicate Society (China FRP Society)

Tsinghua University

co organizer:

Beijing FRP Research and Design Institute

southeast humanities

FRP/Composites magazine

China Composites

time: September 26, 2011

location: Multifunctional Hall on the second floor of heshanheng building, Department of civil engineering, Tsinghua Humanities (west side of the comprehensive gymnasium)

conference content:

composite bridge structure design method

structural analysis of composite bridges

experimental study on composite bridges

engineering application and future prospects

some topics and presenters:

1. GFRP bridge deck design and its application in composite structure bridges professor Wanshui of southeast people's University

2. Some key technical issues in FRP pedestrian bridge design Fengpeng, associate professor of Tsinghua University

3. Design of FRP concrete composite beam pedestrian bridge shaozhongmin, senior engineer of Beijing municipal professional design institute

4 Examples of FRP Bridge application and monitoring in the United States associate professor Wan Baolin of Marquette University in the United States will release a big move in March this year. 5. Japanese FRP pedestrian beam design code Dr. daijianguo of Hong Kong Polytechnic University

6. Bridge structure based on FRP concrete steel double wall hollow members Dr. Yu Tao of Hong Kong Polytechnic University

7. The number of experiments will be automatically reduced by 1 and displayed on the times display Mechanical performance analysis of FRP concrete composite bridge deck structure wangyanlei, associate professor of Dalian University of technology

8, structural design and experimental research of large cross-section FRP pultrusion profile for bridge, qinzhaoping, senior engineer of Beijing FRP Research and Design Institute

9, research on the characteristics of FRP pedestrian bridge about human induced vibration, Jin Feifei, Tsinghua University

10 Process parameters and control of large cross-section FRP pultrusion profiles for bridges zhangweijun, Beijing FRP Research and Design Institute note: the source of this reprint is indicated. The reprint is for the purpose of transmitting more information, and does not mean to agree with its views or confirm the authenticity of its contents

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