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


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The Resilient Composite Systems are made by creating the disseminated suitable hollow
pores and/or by distributing the appropriate lightweight aggregates throughout the 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
particular 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 (unitedly, integratedly) functioning systems, the
stated paradoxical virtues have been concomitantly fulfilled in one functioning unit
altogether.
Generally, in these consistently functioning units, the amount and the manner of the
mentioned components use in the organized system are so that; the mutual (reciprocal)
interactions among the components finally lead to the "typically non-linear strain changes in
the beam height during bending" (as the "basic functional character" of these systems with
the specific testable criteria and indices) and the functional specifications fulfillment of the
system.
In the RCS in general, the main strategy to raise the modulus of resilience in bending is
"increasing the strain capability of the system in bending" within the elastic limit.
Here, the main tactic to realize the stated strategy is: "creating the suitable hollow pores
and/or using the appropriate lightweight aggregates, all disseminated throughout the
methodically reinforced conjoined matrix", to provide the possibility for occurring of the
expedient internal deformities in the matrix during the bending course, which could lead to
the more appropriate distribution of the stresses and the strains throughout the system and the
more strain capability of the beam in flexure. On the other hand, only creating the hollow
pores and/or using the lightweight aggregates in the matrix, by itself, not only cannot lead to
the mentioned goals, but also brings about weakening of the matrix and its fragility. Hence,
concomitantly, the matrix should be well supported and strengthened. Here, this essentially
ameliorating and strengthening the matrix are performed by giving attention to "the internal
consistency of the matrix" and also via "employing the expedient reinforcements in two
complementary levels": 1) Using the fibers to the better distribution of the tensile stresses and
strains in the matrix, and to increase the matrix endurance and the modulus of resilience in
tension and bending; 2) Using the mesh or lattice to better distribution of the tensile stresses
and strains in the system, and to increase the system endurance and the modulus of resilience
in tension and bending.
In these systems, the presence of the mentioned hollow pores and/or lightweight aggregates
disseminated throughout the conjoined matrix (which has been ameliorated through making
"an integrated, reticular structure") provides the possibility for occurring of the expedient
internal deformities in the matrix during the bending course. By the way, this can lead to the
less accumulation of the internal stresses in the certain points of the matrix during bending,
the better absorption and control of the stresses, and providing the more strain capability of
the beam especially within the elastic limit.
The occurrence of the remarked internal deformities in the said methodically reinforced
matrix during the bending course also means; the occurrence of the deformities in the said
hollow pores and/or lightweight aggregates well disseminated throughout the conjoined
matrix, in two different forms. Indeed, we have the internal deformities in the fibered
lightweight matrix of the system throughout the bending course, in two main different forms,
leading to: A) The comparative increase of the thickness (height) of the in-compressing
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