Introduction of JKP Static

Precast Wall

Precast Wall

The length of the precast wall was 10150mm, the thickness of the panel’s wall was 2x40mm with 40mm insulation between the concrete layers.

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Precast Wall

Precast Wall

The height of the wall was 2700mm, the thickness of the block was 120mm.

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Precast Concrete Pipes

Precast Concrete Pipes

The aim of this work was to use macro synthetic fibre reinforced concrete without steel mesh reinforcement, in order to make the precast production process faster and more economic. The diameter of the pipe was 2400mm, the thickness of the pipe was 220mm.

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Macro Synthetic Fibre Reinforced Precast Pontoon

Macro Synthetic Fibre Reinforced Precast Pontoon

A precast pontoon was modelled with an advanced material model in FEA. With using fibre reinforcement the quantity of the original steel mesh reinforcement could be reduced with 67%.

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Precast Buried Water Tank in Ireland

Precast Buried Water Tank in Ireland

The water tanks were produced with BarChip macro synthetic fibres. This, in return, leads to significant cost savings in both material and labour, as well as a reduction of the production cycle times.

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Precast Retaining Block In Africa

Precast Retaining Block In Africa

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced precast retaining block in Africa

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Grandstand in Hungary

Grandstand in Hungary

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced grandstand in Hungary

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Reinforced precast watertank in Ireland

Reinforced precast watertank in Ireland

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre Reinforced precast water tank in Ireland

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Reinforced precast watertank in France

Reinforced precast watertank in France

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced precast water tank in France

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Tramline in Belgium

Tramline in Belgium

JKP Static Ltd. was engaged to optimize a traditional steel mesh reinforced concrete tramline by means of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) using macro synthetic fibres. The aim of this work was to replace the original steel mesh reinforcement of the tramline, in order to make the concrete pouring process faster and more economic.

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Light Rail Track Slab in Australia

Light Rail Track Slab in Australia

Finite element analysis based design models were also made on the basis of the material model recommended by the RILEM TC 162-TDF. It was unnecessary to model the whole structure of the light rail track slab in Atena, because the model and the loads were axially symmetric.

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Pre-cast tramline in the United Kingdom

Pre-cast tramline in the United Kingdom

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced pre-cast tramline in the United Kingdom

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Tramline in Tallin, Estonia

Tramline in Tallin, Estonia

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced tramline in Tallin, Estonia

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Tramline in Hungary

Tramline in Hungary

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced tramline in Hungary

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Manhole

Manhole Lining in the USA

The aim of this work was to use only macro synthetic fibre reinforced concrete with only the minimal steel mesh reinforcement, in order to make the construction faster and more economic. The height of the manhole was 18,25m, the thickness of the wall was 300mm.

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Tunnel in Shanghai

Tunnel in Shanghai

Full-round numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced TBM tunnel in Shanghai.

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UK Utility Tunnel

UK Utility Tunnel

Full-round numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced
 TBM tunnel in UK.

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Reinforced shotcrete tunnel in Chile

Reinforced shotcrete tunnel in Chile

Numerical modelling of a macro synthetic fibre reinforced shotcrete tunnel in Chile.

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