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Influence of concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing ...

Influence of concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing bar on pullout tests using finite element analysis K. Senthil*, S. Bawa and C.P. Aswin Dr. B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, Department of Civil Engineering, Punjab, India Abstract The numerical investigations have been carried out on simulating bond-slip behaviour between concrete and steel reinforcing bar ...

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Influence of Concrete Strength and Diameter of Reinforcing ...

The major contribution of this paper is to study the influence of varying concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing bar on bond slip behaviour. The inelastic behaviour of concrete and steel ...

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Influence of concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing ...

DOI: 10.31462/JSEAM.2018.03105116 Corpus ID: 139524034. Influence of concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing bar on pullout tests using finite element analysis @inproceedings{Senthil2018InfluenceOC, title={Influence of concrete strength and diameter of reinforcing bar on pullout tests using finite element analysis}, author={K. Senthil and S. Aswa and C.

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THE INFLUENCE OF CONCRETE STRENGTH AND LONGITUDINAL ...

S trength of Large-Size Reinforced Concrete Bas With, and Without, Transverse Reinforcement, M.A.Sc. 1999. Dino Angelakos, Department of Civii Engineering, University of Toronto ABSTRACT Concern about the shear capacity of large, lightly reinforced [email protected] concrete beams was the motivation for this investigation. The objectives of this study were to investigate the influence of concrete ...

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TECHNICAL PAPER The influence of concrete

Even though high-strength reinforced concrete may be the most cost-effective solution for many structures, most design codes historically did not cover the design of concrete with strengths in excess of about 60 MPa. The South African code of practice, SANS 0100-1 (2000), limits the characteristic cube compressive strength to 60 MPa, while Eurocode 2 (EN 1992-1-1 (2004)) can be used for the ...

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(PDF) Compressive behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete

Abstract and Figures. An experimental study to investigate the influence of matrix strength, fibre content and diameter on the compressive behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete is presented ...

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BOND STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH THE REINFORCEMENT

its influence on the bond between reinforcing steel bars and concrete. His conclusions showed that the bond strength was reduced by a percentage of 7.6% when the bars coated with rust agent. Hadi (2008) had investigated the bond strength of high strength concrete with high strength reinforcement steel. He was used a concrete with compressive ...

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Bond between Reinforcement and Concrete – Influence of ...

Bond between Reinforcement and Concrete – Influence of Steel Corrosion Mohammed Sonebi 1 Richard Davidson 2 David Cleland 3 ABSTRACT The investigation into the deterioration of the bond between concrete and reinforcement was carried out using a series of beam-type pullout specimens. The specimens were designed to allow investigation into cover depths of 20 mm and 50 mm and bar

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Influence of Diethanolamine on the Properties of Concrete ...

21/07/2021  Figure 8 shows that diethanolamine had a significant influence on the compressive strength of the steel reinforced concrete, as the compressive strength increased with increasing concentration of diethanolamine up to 3.2% and started decreasing with further increase in the concentration of the inhibitor. Similarly, compressive strength increased with an increase in curing

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THE INFLUENCE OF CONCRETE STRENGTH AND LONGITUDINAL ...

S trength of Large-Size Reinforced Concrete Bas With, and Without, Transverse Reinforcement, M.A.Sc. 1999. Dino Angelakos, Department of Civii Engineering, University of Toronto ABSTRACT Concern about the shear capacity of large, lightly reinforced [email protected] concrete beams was the motivation for this investigation. The objectives of this study were to investigate the influence of concrete ...

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TECHNICAL PAPER The influence of concrete

Even though high-strength reinforced concrete may be the most cost-effective solution for many structures, most design codes historically did not cover the design of concrete with strengths in excess of about 60 MPa. The South African code of practice, SANS 0100-1 (2000), limits the characteristic cube compressive strength to 60 MPa, while Eurocode 2 (EN 1992-1-1 (2004)) can be used for the ...

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BOND STRENGTH OF CONCRETE WITH THE REINFORCEMENT

its influence on the bond between reinforcing steel bars and concrete. His conclusions showed that the bond strength was reduced by a percentage of 7.6% when the bars coated with rust agent. Hadi (2008) had investigated the bond strength of high strength concrete with high strength reinforcement steel. He was used a concrete with compressive ...

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Influence of transverse reinforcement on bond strength of ...

01/06/2000  The influence of transverse reinforcement on bond strength of tensile splices is investigated. An equation to calculate the bond strength of splices confined and not confined by transverse reinforcement is presented. The equation which covers all grades of concrete shows good correlation with test results. For instance for 138 normal strength concrete test results reported in the

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Bond between Reinforcement and Concrete – Influence of ...

Bond between Reinforcement and Concrete – Influence of Steel Corrosion Mohammed Sonebi 1 Richard Davidson 2 David Cleland 3 ABSTRACT The investigation into the deterioration of the bond between concrete and reinforcement was carried out using a series of beam-type pullout specimens. The specimens were designed to allow investigation into cover depths of 20 mm and 50 mm and bar

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Reinforced Concrete Design

= bar diameter of a reinforcing bar D = shorthand for dead load DL = shorthand for dead load E ... = shear strength in concrete design Reinforced Concrete Design Structural design standards for reinforced concrete are established by the Building Code and Commentary (ACI 318-11) published by the American Concrete Institute International, and uses ultimate strength design. Materials f’ c ...

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Tensile Strength of Rebar - Structural Guide

The tensile strength of rebar and the compressive strength of concrete are the two main strength parameters we consider in structural designs. We use rebar where the concrete is subjecting to tensile stresses and when it does not strong enough to act along to carry the loads. Thus, the reinforcement steel is provided for the structural element ...

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Factors Affecting Strength of Concrete - The Constructor

Aggregates: Quality of aggregates, its size, shape, texture, strength etc determines the strength of concrete. The presence of salts (chlorides and sulphates), silt and clay also reduces the strength of concrete. Water: frequently the quality of the water is covered by a clause stating “..the water should be fit for drinking..”. This ...

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Standards for reinforcement

It should be noted that below 8mm diameter, reinforcing steel to BS 4449 does not comply to BS EN 1992-1-1 with respect to ductility. This is not the only occasion where BS 4449:2005 has had to take into account the requirements of BS EN 1992-1-1. For instance, the scope of Eurocode 2 is limited to ribbed reinforcement with strengths between 400 and 600 MPa. Hence, plain round bar, grade 250 ...

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Guide to Historical Reinforcement

permitted as a working stress. They were specified by the diameter of the individual component bars. 3. History of reinforcement in Australia Much of the reinforcement in the early years, and in particular from 1911 was imported into Australia from the British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company Limited (B.R.C.) through their

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THE INFLUENCE OF CONCRETE STRENGTH AND LONGITUDINAL ...

S trength of Large-Size Reinforced Concrete Bas With, and Without, Transverse Reinforcement, M.A.Sc. 1999. Dino Angelakos, Department of Civii Engineering, University of Toronto ABSTRACT Concern about the shear capacity of large, lightly reinforced [email protected] concrete beams was the motivation for this investigation. The objectives of this study were to investigate the influence of concrete ...

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Size effect on shear strength of reinforced concrete beams ...

03/07/2016  Podgorniak-Stanik, BA (1998) The influence of concrete strength, distribution of longitudinal reinforcement, amount of transverse reinforcement and member size on shear strength of reinforced concrete members. MASc Thesis, Toronto University, Toronto, ON, Canada, 771 pp. Google Scholar . Rajagopalan, KS, Ferguson, PM (1968) Exploratory shear tests emphasizing percentage of

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Reinforced Concrete Design

= bar diameter of a reinforcing bar D = shorthand for dead load DL = shorthand for dead load E ... = shear strength in concrete design Reinforced Concrete Design Structural design standards for reinforced concrete are established by the Building Code and Commentary (ACI 318-11) published by the American Concrete Institute International, and uses ultimate strength design. Materials f’ c ...

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Tensile Strength of Rebar - Structural Guide

The tensile strength of rebar and the compressive strength of concrete are the two main strength parameters we consider in structural designs. We use rebar where the concrete is subjecting to tensile stresses and when it does not strong enough to act along to carry the loads. Thus, the reinforcement steel is provided for the structural element ...

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Factors Affecting Strength of Concrete - The Constructor

Aggregates: Quality of aggregates, its size, shape, texture, strength etc determines the strength of concrete. The presence of salts (chlorides and sulphates), silt and clay also reduces the strength of concrete. Water: frequently the quality of the water is covered by a clause stating “..the water should be fit for drinking..”. This ...

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Standards for reinforcement

It should be noted that below 8mm diameter, reinforcing steel to BS 4449 does not comply to BS EN 1992-1-1 with respect to ductility. This is not the only occasion where BS 4449:2005 has had to take into account the requirements of BS EN 1992-1-1. For instance, the scope of Eurocode 2 is limited to ribbed reinforcement with strengths between 400 and 600 MPa. Hence, plain round bar, grade 250 ...

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Fiber Reinforced Concrete - Types, Properties and Advantages

Fiber-reinforced normal concrete is mostly used for on-ground floors and pavements, but can be considered for a wide range of construction parts (beams, pliers, foundations, etc) either alone or with hand-tied rebars Concrete reinforced with fibers (which are usually steel, glass or "plastic" fibers) is less expensive than hand-tied rebar, while still increasing the tensile strength many times ...

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Guide to Historical Reinforcement

permitted as a working stress. They were specified by the diameter of the individual component bars. 3. History of reinforcement in Australia Much of the reinforcement in the early years, and in particular from 1911 was imported into Australia from the British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Company Limited (B.R.C.) through their

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Why Rebar Spacing is Crucial - National Precast Concrete ...

31/10/2012  Incorrectly placing #4 rebar at a spacing of 4 in. (rather than the specified #5 rebar spaced every 4 in.) will result in 35% less reinforcing than is needed for structural strength. When hiring new employees for the steel yard, take the time to familiarize them with rebar sizing and the importance of using the specified size for the job. At a quick glance, the difference between #4 and #5 ...

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Flexural Design of Reinforced Concrete Beams ...

Mn for a Singly Reinforced Concrete Beam. The simplest case is that of a rectangular beam containing steel in the tension zone only. A beam of this sort is referred to as singly reinforced. Figure below shows a typical cross section of a singly reinforced beam and the notation used. ACI Secs. 10.2 and 10.3 give the principles governing the flexural strength. Strain varies linearly through the ...

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