Material characterization of carbon nanotube-reinforced cementitious composites

Published: 29 December 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/p9k93zkcns.1
Faramarz Bagehrzadeh


An extensive data-set framework including various parameters, which alters the structural performance of CNT-reinforced cement-based composites is constructed for Machine learning models training purposes. Here, numerous mechanical attributes were collected via experimental tests conducted in previous literature. The properties which influence the mechanical behavior of NCT-reinforced materials were Cement type, Water-to-cement ratio (WC), Content of carbon nanotubes, External Diameter, Length, Functionalization method, Curing days, Curing temperature, and Dispersion method. References G. Y. Li, P. M. Wang, X. Zhao, Mechanical behavior and microstructure of cement composites incorporating surface-treated multi-walled carbon nanotubes, Carbon 43 (6) (2005) 1239–1245. X. Cui, B. Han, Q. Zheng, X. Yu, S. Dong, L. Zhang, J. Ou, Mechanical properties and reinforcing mechanisms ofcementitious composites with different types of multiwalled carbon nanotubes, Composites Part A: Applied Scienceand Manufacturing 103 (2017) 131–147. S. Xu, J. Liu, Q. Li, Mechanical properties and microstructure of multi-walled carbon nanotube-reinforced cementpaste, Construction and Building Materials 76 (2015) 16–23. B. Wang, Y. Han, B. Pan, T. Zhang, Mechanical and morphological properties of highly dispersed carbon nanotubesreinforced cement based materials, Journal of Wuhan University of Technology-Mater. Sci. Ed. 28 (1) (2013) 82–87. G. Y. Li, P. M. Wang, X. Zhao, Pressure-sensitive properties and microstructure of carbon nanotube reinforced cementcomposites, Cement and Concrete Composites 29 (5) (2007) 377–382. M. O. Mohsen, R. Taha, A. Abu Taqa, N. Al-Nuaimi, R. A. Al-Rub, K. A. Bani-Hani, Effect of nanotube geometryon the strength and dispersion of cnt-cement composites, Journal of Nanomaterials 2017 (2017). M. del Carmen Camacho, O. Galao, F. J. Baeza, E. Zornoza, P. Garc ́es, Mechanical properties and durability of cntcement composites, Materials 7 (3) (2014) 1640–1651. F. T. Isfahani, W. Li, E. Redaelli, Dispersion of multi-walled carbon nanotubes and its effects on the properties ofcement composites, Cement and Concrete Composites 74 (2016) 154–163. M. O. Mohsen, R. Taha, A. A. Taqa, A. Shaat, Optimum carbon nanotubes’ content for improving flexural andcompressive strength of cement paste, Construction and Building Materials 150 (2017) 395–403.



Polska Akademia Nauk Instytut Maszyn Przeplywowych im Roberta Szewalskiego, Politechnika Gdanska


Composite Material, Machine Learning