Développement d'une poutre de béton armé de bambou préfabriquée pour l'habitat urbain de Hanoi

Authors: Boucher, Jonathan
Advisor: Pleau, Richard
Abstract: This thesis relates on the development of a precasted concrete floor intended for the urban habitat of Hanoi and more particularly to the prefabrication of a concrete beam reinforced with bamboo. A part of this research was carried out jointly with Mr. Dany Blackburn which was interested to low cost housing and gas concrete slabs. Initially, our work consisted in drawing up the portrait of the local construction market to seize the principal realities and stakes of them. The observations carried out on the ground at summer 2002 are thus presented in the first part of this thesis. In the second part, a recension of writings gives a progress report on the current state of the most recent publications on the bamboo reinforced concrete technology. With the information collected on the ground and listed in the literature, the principal objective of this thesis was carried out: the prefabrication of a concrete beam reinforced with bamboo. The third part of research exposes the methodology used during the experiments. Finally, a real size prototype of the prefabricated floor system was assembled. The model is composed of 3 concrete beams reinforced with bamboo and 10 gas concrete slabs produced by Dany Blackburn within its report. Mechanical tests were then carried out to measure the structural effectiveness of the concrete beams reinforced with bamboo and of the prefabricated floor system. The results presented in the last part of this thesis show that the bamboo as concrete reinforcement in the prefabrication of beams are an interesting alternative and can be used effectively for the residential construction of Hanoi.
Document Type: Mémoire de maîtrise
Issue Date: 2006
Open Access Date: 12 April 2018
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11794/19049
Grantor: Université Laval
Collection:Thèses et mémoires

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