This work concerns the production of glass-basalt hybrid fiber reinforced composite with and without different micro fillers like graphite and Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE).
Hybrid composites provide combination of properties such as tensile modulus, compressive strength and impact strength which cannot be realized in composite materials.
The influence of the cooling rate on the crystallization is investigated for the Cyclic butylene terephthalate (CBT) material after polymerization to thermoplastic polybutyleneterephthalate (PBT).
This paper compares the compressive, flexural and splitting tensile strength of basalt fiber reinforced concrete with plain M30 grade concrete.
Chemical, mechanical and geometrical properties of basalt fiber are investigated and compared to the industry standard glass fibre.
This research work idetermines the mechanical and thermal properties of basalt-banana hybrid polymer composite laminates.
This paper presents the comparative study of effect basalt, glass and steel fiber on compressive and flexural strength of M40 grade concrete.
In recent times, non-metallic fibres have been intensively investigated and some of them used for construction of bridges.
he objective was to study the effect of surface modifications and mechanical properties when tensile test and hardness test was performed on the fibre.