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Effect of Steel Fiber Content on Shear Behavior of

To determine the validity of steel fiber reinforced expanded-shale lightweight concrete (SFRELC) applied in structures, the shear behavior of SFRELC structural components needs to be understood. In this paper, four-point bending tests were carried out on reinforced SFRELC beams with stirrups and a varying volume fraction of steel fiber from 0.4

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Effects of steel fibre-aggregate ... - LSBU Open Research

Open Research at LSBU | A repository of internationally recognised and world-leading research generated by our staff and students. This work investigated the effects of fibre type, dosage and maximum aggregate size on the mechanical behaviour of concrete reinforced with steel fibres. Hooked-end steel fibres with 50 mm and 60 mm length and

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PDF Shear Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams per ACI 318-02

The behavior of reinforced concrete beams is more complex since the tensile strength of the concrete is approximately 10% of its compressive strength. For compressive element A1 the maximum principal stress is in compression, therefore cracking is prevented. On the other hand, for element A 2 below the

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Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete (GFRC): Properties, Merits

Introduction to glass fiber reinforced concrete: The GFRC is made of borosilicate glass fiber (E glass) and soda-lime silicate fiber (A glass) for reinforced brittle matrix. Both E glass and A glass fibers had very high tensile strengths about 280 to 3500 MPa and high elastic moduli of 3.1 to 3.5 GPa, but quickly lose their strength, when

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Properties of Fiber Reinforced Concrete (FRC) - Types

Fiber reinforced concrete (FRC) is an advanced form of the reinforced concrete cast by mixtures of cement, mortar, or concrete and discontinuous, discrete, uniformly distressed suitable fibers. Many researchers prove that the addition of small, closely spaced, and uniformly dispersed fibers to concrete plays the role of cracker arrester and substantially enhance its static and dynamic properties.

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PDF Effect of Steel Fibers on Behavior of Ultra High

Effect of Steel Fibers on Behavior of Ultra High Performance Concrete Hamdy K. Shehab El-Din, Heba A. Mohamed , Mahmoud Abd El-HakKhater and Sayed Ahmed . 2 ( ) concluded that usage of fibres and the application of thermal treatment decreased 14-day drying shrinkage by more than 57% and by 82%. Increasing the stress-to-strength ratio from

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Effect of Transverse Reinforcement on the Behavior of

Authors: Ahmed H. Abdel-Kareem, Hala. Abousafa, Omia S. El-Hadidi. Abstract: The results of an experimental program conducted on seventeen simply supported concrete beams to study the effect of transverse reinforcement on the behavior of lap splice of steel reinforcement in tension zones in high strength concrete beams, are presented.

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PDF Flexural Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced-Concrete Beams

Flexural Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced-Concrete Beams Reinforced with FRP Rebars by H. Wang and A. Belarbi Synopsis: The main objective of this study was to develop a nonferrous hybrid reinforcement system for concrete bridge decks by using continuous fiber-reinforced-polymer (FRP) rebars and discrete randomly distributed polypropylene fibers. This

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PDF Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete

STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE Nguyen Van CHANH (1) SUMMARY presence of aggregate particles less than 5 mm in size had little effect on the compacting characteristics of the mix. Figure 1 shows the effects of maximum aggregate size on workability.

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Openings Effect on the Performance of Reinforced Concrete

J. V. Amiri, M. H. Alibygie, "Effect of small circular opening on the shear and flextural behavior and ultimate strength of reinforced concrete beams using normal and high strength concrete", 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Vancouver, Canada, August 1-6, 2004

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Effect of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer laminate

This paper presents test results of 18 small-scale reinforced concrete specimens of strengthened beams using carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) composites. The specimens were instrumented with strain gauges in a region where cracks in the concrete were preformed to monitor the variation of strains throughout testing.

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Effects of Shear Stirrup Details on Ultimate Capacity and

The placement of shear stirrups in the one-way reinforced concrete roof slabs of the shelters will contribute significantly to project costs. Ten one-way reinforced concrete slabs were statically and uniformly loaded with water pressure, primarily to investigate the effect of stirrups and stirrup details on the load-response behavior of the slabs.

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PDF Flexural Behavior of Hollow Reinforced Concrete Haunched

Flexural Behavior of Hollow Reinforced Concrete Haunched (RCH) . . . . 3271 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology August , Vol. 16(4) beam HB -01, the total length of hollow opening was 5400 mm, the depth of opening

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Effects of short fiber and pre-tension on the tensile behavior of basalt textile reinforced concrete Cement & Concrete Composites Volume: 96, pp 33-45 DOI: 10.1016/J.CEMCONCOMP.2018.11.015

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PDF Effect of jute yarn on the mechanical behavior of concrete

Effect of jute yarn on the mechanical behavior of concrete composites Mohammad Zakaria1*, Mashud Ahmed2, Md. Mozammel Hoque1 and Abdul Hannan1 Abstract The objective of the study is to investigate the effect of introducing jute yarn on the mechanical properties of con-crete. Jute fibre is produced abundantly in Bangladesh and hence, very cheap.

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Reinforced concrete - Wikipedia

Reinforced concrete (RC), also called reinforced cement concrete (RCC), is a composite material in which concrete's relatively low tensile strength and ductility are compensated for by the inclusion of reinforcement having higher tensile strength or ductility. The reinforcement is usually, though not necessarily, steel bars and is usually embedded passively in the concrete before the concrete

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