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Effect of High-Performance Steel on the Tension Stiffening and Cracking Behavior of Reinforced Concrete (RC) Tension Ties

《钢铁研究学报:英文版》2011年 第S1期 | Yun Hyun-do Lee Young-oh Ryu Seung-hyun Seo Soo-yeon   Department of Architectural Engineering Chungnam National University Daejeon 305764 South Korea Department of Architectural Engineering Chungju National University Chungju South Korea
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摘 要: In construction industry, the application of high-performance reinforcement bar is required strongly. Unfortunately, not nearly enough research has been conducted on high-performance steel in comparison with high strength concrete. This paper describes the effect of high-performance steel as reinforcement steel bar on the tension response and cracking behavior of concrete and fiber-reinforced strain-hardening cement-based composite (SHCC) tension members. High-performance steel is characterized by higher strength in comparison to ASTM A615-06 Grade 60 steel. The tension stiffening effect on high-performance reinforcing bars embedded in cement-based composite prism is investigated experimentally. The variables in the study are types of cement-based composite (conventional concrete, synthetic fiber-reinforced cement composite), yielding strength of steel bars (400MPa and 600MPa), and types of loading (monotonic and repeated tension loading).
【分 类】【工业技术】 > 冶金工业
【关键词】 crack WIDTH tension STIFFENING fiber-reinforced STRAIN-HARDENING CEMENT-BASED composite tension
【出 处】 《钢铁研究学报:英文版》2011年 第S1期 812-816页 共5页
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