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DOI: 10.33622/0869-7019
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  • BUILDING MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
  • Operation Of LOGICBASE™ Polymer Roll Waterproofing Material For Multiaxial Stretching
  • UDC 691.175.743:620.172.242
    doi: 10.33622/0869-7019.2023.03.74-79
    Alexey V. CYBENKO1, cybenko@tn.ru
    Vladimir N. SHALIMOV1, shalimov@tn.ru
    Ilya N. GOGLEV1, goglev@tn.ru
    Svetlana A. LOGINOVA2, sl79066171227@yandex.ru
    1 TECHNONICOL - Construction Systems, ul. Gilyarovskogo, 47, str. 5, Moscow 129110, Russian Federation
    2 Yaroslavl State Technical University (YSTU), Moskovskiy prospekt, 88, Yaroslavl 150001, Russian Federation
    Abstract. Aspects of the use of polymer waterproofing membranes in the construction of various buildings and structures are considered. Their main advantages, such as high physical and mechanical characteristics (for example, high tensile strength) and chemical/biological stability, which make it possible to use these materials as waterproofing (secondary protection) of concrete and reinforced concrete structures, are noted. At the same time for the structures of foundations of buildings and structures operated in the zones of the arrangement of deformation joints, the work of the waterproofing material for multiaxial stretching is characteristic, while most waterproofing membranes are tested only for uniaxial stretching separately in the longitudinal and transverse directions. According to the methodology of the conducted tests for multiaxial tension, samples of LOGICBASET waterproofing PVC membrane of round shape were fixed in a test chamber consisting of a base and clamping rings. Further, hydraulic pressure was applied stepwise to the test samples until their rupture. According to the results of the performed tests of the membrane for multiaxial tension, high strength indicators of the material under study were established, and the uniform operation of the membrane for a tensile multiaxial load was noted, which confirmed its high quality and isotropy.
    Keywords: concrete, reinforced concrete, secondary protection, concrete corrosion, polymer membranes, waterproofing, multiaxial stretching
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  • For citation: Cybenko A. V., Shalimov V. N., Goglev I. N., Loginova S. A. Operation of LOGICBASE™ Polymer Roll Waterproofing Material for Multiaxial Stretching. Promyshlennoe i grazhdanskoe stroitel'stvo [Industrial and Civil Engineering], 2023, no. 3, pp. 74-79. (In Russ.). doi: 10.33622/0869-7019.2023.03.74-79


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