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“…Similarly, several studies also suggest diffusivity to be anisotropic 41 but have realized the value to be approximately similar in the x and y directions. However, some papers 21,42 have provided different diffusivity values for fibers and resins as the composite bars are a heterogeneous material but have ultimately used the homogenized value for further calculations. Hence, in this 2D model, the BFRP bar is homogenized and a constant diffusivity value has been assigned throughout the bar for simplicity.…”
Section: Diffusion-based Modelmentioning
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“…Similarly, several studies also suggest diffusivity to be anisotropic 41 but have realized the value to be approximately similar in the x and y directions. However, some papers 21,42 have provided different diffusivity values for fibers and resins as the composite bars are a heterogeneous material but have ultimately used the homogenized value for further calculations. Hence, in this 2D model, the BFRP bar is homogenized and a constant diffusivity value has been assigned throughout the bar for simplicity.…”
Section: Diffusion-based Modelmentioning
“…Carbon fibers (isotropic pitch based) [89,17l] are advantageous in their superior ability to increase the tensile strength of concrete, even though the tensile strength, modulus and ductility of the isotropic pitch-based carbon fibers are low compared to most other fibers. Carbon fibers are also advantageous in the relative chemical inertness [172]. PAN-based carbon fibers are also used [105,107,111,122], although they are more commonly used as continuous fibers than short fibers.…”
Section: Cement-matrix Compositesmentioning