A Brief in The Resilient Composite Systems (RCS) & ECRLC.pdf


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A Brief in
Resilient Composite Systems (RCS) and Elastic
Composite, Reinforced Lightweight Concrete (ECRLC) as a
Type of RCS
Kamyar Esmaeili
(https://sites.google.com/site/newstructure1, newstructure1@gmail.com)

SUMMARY:
The Resilient Composite Systems (R.C.S.) could be counted as "The Methodically
Reinforced Nonlinear Porous Materials", also having the high specific modulus of resilience
in flexure. The RCS are the compound materials, with some particular structural properties,
in which, contrary to the basic geometrical assumption of the flexure theory in Solid
Mechanics, the strain changes in the beam height during bending is typically "Non-linear".
The Resilient Composite Systems are made by expediently creating the disseminated suitable
hollow pores and/or by distributing the appropriate lightweight aggregates throughout the
methodically reinforced, fibered conjoined matrix so that; "the strain changes in the beam
height during bending" is typically "non-linear". Thereby, by applying the mentioned method
to make the said composite systems, "considerably increasing the modulus of resilience and
the bearing capacity in bending" together with "the significant decrease of the weight" and
"the possibility removal of the beam fracture of primary compressive type" have been
possible. Through making these particular consistently functioning systems, the above-stated
paradoxical virtues have been concomitantly fulfilled in "one functioning unit" altogether.
The RCS (with the mentioned general structural properties and specific functional criteria)
whose cement materials include the "C-S-H (Calcium Silicate hydrate) crystals" have been
termed "Elastic Composite, Reinforced Lightweight Concrete (E.C.R.L.C.)".
● Resilient Composite Systems (RCS):
"Resilient Composite Systems" (RCS) are the compound materials, having some particular
structural properties, in which, contrary to the basic geometrical assumption of the flexure
theory in Solid Mechanics, the strain changes in the beam height during bending is typically
"Non-linear". The RCS could be counted as "The Methodically Reinforced Nonlinear Porous
Materials", also having the high specific modulus of resilience in flexure. (As well, Elastic
Composite, Reinforced Lightweight Concrete; ECRLC is a type of RCS with the mentioned
specifics.)
Generally, the Resilient Composite Systems comprise these components as the main,
necessary elements:
1) Mesh (Lattice);
2) Fibers or strands;
3) Conjoined matrix, having the disseminated suitable pores and/or the disseminated
appropriate lightweight aggregates beads or particles. [Here, the general term of "lightweight
aggregate" has a broad meaning, also including the polymeric and non-polymeric beads or
particles.]
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