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Bond behaviour and shear capacity of self-compacting concrete

Veerle Boel (UGent) , Peter Helincks (UGent) , Pieter Desnerck (UGent) and Geert De Schutter (UGent)
(2010) RILEM Bookseries. 1. p.343-353
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In this paper the bond mechanism of steel reinforcement to concrete and the shear capacity are examined. Tests have been conducted on conventional vibrated concrete (CVC) and self-compacting concrete (SCC). The results from pull-out tests on 200 mm cube specimens show that for the same compressive strength the maximum bond stress for SCC is as high or higher than for CVC and this for all tested diameters (8, 12 or 16 mm). The bond stress increases with increasing bar diameter. The specimens were loaded at constant rate and during testing the slip of the bars and the applied load were recorded. The four-point loading tests point out a slightly decreased shear capacity of SCC in respect to CVC with the same compressive strength. The shear capacity decreases with increasing shear span-to-depth ratio a/d (2 to 3) for all the tested concrete types. During the testing the maximum applied load was recorded and the crack and failure mechanism were observed.

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Boel, Veerle, Peter Helincks, Pieter Desnerck, and Geert De Schutter. 2010. “Bond Behaviour and Shear Capacity of Self-compacting Concrete.” In RILEM Bookseries, ed. Kamal H Khayat and Dimitri Feys, 1:343–353. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
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Boel, V., Helincks, P., Desnerck, P., & De Schutter, G. (2010). Bond behaviour and shear capacity of self-compacting concrete. In Kamal H Khayat & D. Feys (Eds.), RILEM Bookseries (Vol. 1, pp. 343–353). Presented at the 6th International RILEM symposium on SCC ; 4th North-American conference on the Design and Use of Self-Consolidating Concrete (SCC 2010), Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.
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Boel V, Helincks P, Desnerck P, De Schutter G. Bond behaviour and shear capacity of self-compacting concrete. In: Khayat KH, Feys D, editors. RILEM Bookseries. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer; 2010. p. 343–53.
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Boel, Veerle, Peter Helincks, Pieter Desnerck, et al. “Bond Behaviour and Shear Capacity of Self-compacting Concrete.” RILEM Bookseries. Ed. Kamal H Khayat & Dimitri Feys. Vol. 1. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, 2010. 343–353. Print.
@inproceedings{1849076,
  abstract     = {In this paper the bond mechanism of steel reinforcement to concrete and the shear capacity are examined. Tests have been conducted on conventional vibrated concrete (CVC) and self-compacting concrete (SCC). The results from pull-out tests on 200 mm cube specimens show that for the same compressive strength the maximum bond stress for SCC is as high or higher than for CVC and this for all tested diameters (8, 12 or 16 mm). The bond stress increases with increasing bar diameter. The specimens were loaded at constant rate and during testing the slip of the bars and the applied load were recorded. The four-point loading tests point out a slightly decreased shear capacity of SCC in respect to CVC with the same compressive strength. The shear capacity decreases with increasing shear span-to-depth ratio a/d (2 to 3) for all the tested concrete types. During the testing the maximum applied load was recorded and the crack and failure mechanism were observed.},
  author       = {Boel, Veerle and Helincks, Peter and Desnerck, Pieter and De Schutter, Geert},
  booktitle    = {RILEM Bookseries},
  editor       = {Khayat, Kamal H and Feys, Dimitri},
  isbn         = {978-90-481-9664-7},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Montr{\'e}al, QU, Canada},
  pages        = {343--353},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  title        = {Bond behaviour and shear capacity of self-compacting concrete},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9664-7\_29},
  volume       = {1},
  year         = {2010},
}

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