Comparison of crimson fountaingrass and diss fibers as aggregates for cement mortars

A. Valenza, D. Badagliacco, T. La Mantia, L. Ercoli & B. Megna
The use of natural fibres in cement composites is an expanding research field as their use can improve the mechanical and thermal behavior of cement mortars and reduce their carbon footprint. In this paper two different wild grasses, i.e. Pennisetum Setaceum, also known as crimson fountaingrass, and Ampelodesmos Mauritanicus, also called diss, are used as source of natural fibres for cement mortars. The principal aim is to evaluate the possibility of using the more invasive...
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