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Plain and fiber reinforced concrete beams under shear loading

Fausto Minelli

Plain and fiber reinforced concrete beams under shear loading

structural behavior and design aspects

by Fausto Minelli

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Published by Starrylink Editrice in Brescia, Italy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Concrete beams -- Testing.,
  • Reinforced concrete -- Testing.,
  • Shear (Mechanics)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFausto Minelli ; relatori: Ezio Giuriani, Giovanni A. Plizzari, Frank J. Vecchio.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 429 p. :
    Number of Pages429
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21502926M
    ISBN 108889720301
    ISBN 109788889720301
    OCLC/WorldCa72551003

    1 day ago  This paper deals with the blast-resistant performance of steel fiber-reinforced concrete (SFRC) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) fiber-reinforced concrete (PVA-FRC) panels with a contact detonation test both experimentally and numerically. With 2% fiber volumetric content, SFRC and PVA-FRC specimens were prepared and comparatively tested in comparison with plain concrete (PC). EC2 Webinar – Autumn Lecture 3/5 Analysis of a singly reinforced beam Determine A s –Iterative method For horizontal equilibrium Fc= Fst fck b x = As fyk Guess As Solve for x z = d x M = F c z M b Stop when design applied BM, M Ed M Take moments about the centre of the tension force, Fst: M = Fc z = fck b x z (1).

    addition of % steel fibre to plain concrete produced a 20% increment in compressive strength more than the control samples (i.e. plain concrete). Likewise, an appreciable increase in strength was also recorded for beams reinforced with % fiber than the control samples, both in the flexural and split. Similarly to beam with conversional reinforcement, the presence of shear may significance influence on torsional strength of fiber concrete beams. Present paper investigates the mechanical properties like as shear strength, and torsion strength of concrete with different types of steel fiber with constant volume fractions and different aspect.

    This research investigates the mechanical shear behavior of twelve reinforced concrete beams. The type of loading (normal or reverse), the pres-ence or absence of steel fibers (30 kgf/m3), and the concrete compressive strength (40MPa, 60 MPa, or 80 MPa) were the mains test variables studied. The use of sprayed glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) was investigated as a potential technique for improving the impact resistance of reinforced concrete (RC) beams. Reinforced concrete beams with a small number of stirrups as shear reinforcement were retrofitted.


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Plain and fiber reinforced concrete beams under shear loading by Fausto Minelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

Table 2 shows the comparison of plain concrete with steel fibre reinforced concrete beams shows an increase in the load carrying capacity of steel fibre reinforced concrete by approximately 30–50% than the plain beam. Torsional strength of concrete increased due to the presence of steel by: 3.

The effect of steel fibers on the behavior and strength of reinforced concrete beams under shear is studied. Nine fiber reinforced beams and one plain reinforced concrete beam were tested by two-point loading. The fiber content ranged from to 1 percent, and the aspect ratio of the fibers was between 60 and Improvement of first-crack load and ultimate load over that of plain Cited by:   Abstract: The effect of steel fibers on the behavior and strength of reinforced concrete beams under shear is studied.

Nine fiber reinforced beams and one plain reinforced concrete beam were tested by two-point loading. The fiber content ranged from to 1 percent, and the aspect ratio of the fibers was between 60 and Cited by: The effect of steel fibers on the behavior and strength of reinforced concrete beams under shear is studied.

Nine fiber reinforced beams and one plain reinforced concrete beam were tested by 2-point loading. The fiber content ranged from to 1 %, and the Cited by: This book helps users appraise the role of fiber as reinforcement in concrete members used alone and/or along with conventional rebars.

Applications to singly and doubly reinforced beams and slabs. Panuwat Joyklad's 23 research works with 9 citations and 1, reads, including: Behavior of concrete confined with epoxy bonded fiber ropes under axial load.

CHAPTER 4b. SHEAR IN BEAMS Slide No. 17 ENCE ©Assakkaf QExample 2 A continuous reinforced concrete beam shown in the figure is 15 in. wide and has an effective depth of 31 in. The factored loads are shown, and the factored uniform load includes the weight of the beam. Design Plain and fiber reinforced concrete beams under shear loading book web reinforcement if = psi and fy = 60, psi.

structures at reasonable costs, and Fiber-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) beams have shown to provide efficient and economical applications in bridges and piers, retaining walls, airport facilities, storage structures exposed to salts and chemicals, and others.

Shear Design Example CEE – Reinforced Concrete Design – Spring Design the shear reinforcement for the following beam: f0 c = 4 kip/in2 d0 = in f y = 60 kip/in2 d = in ‘ = 24 ft d.

Analysis of Fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams Under Combined Loadings A. SHARMA There is an iucrea ing interest in the use of teel fibers to improve th • properties of oncretc. The ldghcr tensile and po!cracking ductility of fiber reinforced concrete members can favorably influ­ ence their tnrctural behavior under combined loadings.

2 LITERATURE STUDY ON FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE 2 General 2 Fibre types and classification 2 Steel fibres 4 Steel fibre reinforced concrete 5 Post crack behaviour 5 3 DESIGN OF BEAM ELEMENTS 6 Experiments 6 Compressive strength 6 Tensile behaviour 7 Conventional reinforcement 8 Results 8.

When a plain concrete member of rectangular section is acted with torsion only (Fig. ), the shear stress on the section distributes consistently with that obtained from the elastic analysis at the early loading stage, and the maximum shear stress appears at the center of the longer edge (mid-depth).

The results of six bending, shear and torsion tests on steel fiber reinforced rectangular concrete beams without web reinforcement are presented and discussed.

The variable parameter is longitudinal steel at bottom only. The top reinforcement, aspect ratio and volume fraction of steel fibers kept constant for all the beams. From the tests conducted, it was found that the torsional strength is. The strength of reinforced concrete beam is studied by varying the percentage of steel fibers in concrete.

The analysis is done using ANSYS workbench The ultimate load carrying capacity and deformation of the steel fibre reinforced concrete beams are investigated. Total of thirty beams are modeled and analysed.

Ten beams are reinforced with. Over-Reinforced Beam Sections. Reinforced concrete beam sections in which the failure strain in concrete is reached earlier than the yield strain of steel is reached, are called over-reinforced beam sections.

If over-reinforced beam is designed and loaded to full capacity then the steel in tension zone will not yield much before the concrete reaches its ultimate strain of Shear strength of fiber reinforced concrete beams was studied in this research project. Three types of fibers were examined: hooked-end steel fiber, crimped-steel fiber, and crimped-monofilament polypropylene fibers.

The experimental program included five beam specimens. Two of the beams were control specimens in which one was reinforced. - TZ zone of Beam 2 and Beam 3 (fiber reinforced concrete beams) was made with the same transverse reinforcement of Beam 1.

In the same beams, the DZ zone was made without traditional rebars, so that steel fibers were the only reinforcement present in the beam web. In the remaining parts of the beams stirrups φ[email protected] mm were adopted. Monotonic load tests have been conducted on plain and fiber-reinforced concrete slabs on ground to monitor the effect of fiber type and dosage on the strength properties of concrete slabs.

The results revealed that simple material tests do not always successfully predict the contribution of fibers in cases where structural geometry and boundary.

characterizing the structural behavior of fiber reinforced concrete beams subjected to shear loading. The experimental program involves two types of fibers, steel fiber and a polypropylene fiber. As a reference, plain concrete and conventionally reinforced concrete specimens have also been casted and tested in the.

The real contribution of the fibres is to increase the toughness of the concrete (defined as some function of the area under the load vs. deflection curve), under any type of loading. That is, the fibres tend to increase the strain at peak load, and provide a great deal of energy absorption in post-peak portion of the load vs.

deflection curve [4]. reinforced with BFRP bars under shear loading, the following studies were carried out. • Response of fibrous concrete beams without shear reinforcement, and with volume fractions of fiber as %, %, and % ( N/m3, N/m3, and N/m3) respectively.This research aims to investigate the efficiency of strengthening of plain concrete (PLC) arches using UHPC.

Thirteen segment arch models reinforced using normal concrete (NC, group N) or ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC, group U) were tested in this study. The failure mode, strain distribution, and calculation of bearing capacity of PLC arch bridges reinforced with UHPC arch circle.Shear Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams per ACI Course Content 1.

Introduction V = Shear force at section under consideration For a uniformly distributed load, a transition develops from deep beam to intermediate beam effect. Lc w P a d Figure No. 5.