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Steel fibre concrete as an alternative for traditional shear reinforcement in pretensioned concrete beams

Peter De Pauw (UGent) , Luc Taerwe (UGent) , Nele Van den Buverie and Wim Moerman (UGent)
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In an experimental test program, the behaviour of precast pretensioned concrete beams made with steel fibre concrete and without ordinary shear reinforcement is compared with the behaviour of a standard beams made with concrete without fibres but with stirrups as shear reinforcement. Furthermore a beams made of plain concrete without shear reinforcement is tested to investigate the effect of the shear reinforcement. The beams are designed according to the rules mentioned in Eurocode 2 and, especially for the beams made with steel fibre concrete, according to the rules from the sigma-eta design method mentioned in the recommendation from the RILEM TC 162-TDF technical committee. The beams are loaded to failure in a three point bending test. The test results show that the beams made with the steel fibre concrete can resist shear forces as well as the standard beam with the stirrups. However, due attention should be paid to the mixing and casting procedures of the steel fibre concrete.

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De Pauw, Peter, Luc Taerwe, Nele Van den Buverie, et al. “Steel Fibre Concrete as an Alternative for Traditional Shear Reinforcement in Pretensioned Concrete Beams.” BEFIB 2008, Proceedings. Ed. Ravindra Gettu. Bagneux, France: RILEM Publications, 2008. 887–898. Print.
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De Pauw, Peter, Taerwe, L., Van den Buverie, N., & Moerman, W. (2008). Steel fibre concrete as an alternative for traditional shear reinforcement in pretensioned concrete beams. In R. Gettu (Ed.), BEFIB 2008, Proceedings (pp. 887–898). Presented at the 7th International RILEM symposium on Fibre Reinforced Concrete : design and applications, Bagneux, France: RILEM Publications.
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De Pauw, Peter, Luc Taerwe, Nele Van den Buverie, and Wim Moerman. 2008. “Steel Fibre Concrete as an Alternative for Traditional Shear Reinforcement in Pretensioned Concrete Beams.” In BEFIB 2008, Proceedings, ed. Ravindra Gettu, 887–898. Bagneux, France: RILEM Publications.
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De Pauw, Peter, Luc Taerwe, Nele Van den Buverie, and Wim Moerman. 2008. “Steel Fibre Concrete as an Alternative for Traditional Shear Reinforcement in Pretensioned Concrete Beams.” In BEFIB 2008, Proceedings, ed. Ravindra Gettu, 887–898. Bagneux, France: RILEM Publications.
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De Pauw P, Taerwe L, Van den Buverie N, Moerman W. Steel fibre concrete as an alternative for traditional shear reinforcement in pretensioned concrete beams. In: Gettu R, editor. BEFIB 2008, Proceedings. Bagneux, France: RILEM Publications; 2008. p. 887–98.
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P. De Pauw, L. Taerwe, N. Van den Buverie, and W. Moerman, “Steel fibre concrete as an alternative for traditional shear reinforcement in pretensioned concrete beams,” in BEFIB 2008, Proceedings, Madras, Chennai, India, 2008, pp. 887–898.
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  abstract     = {In an experimental test program, the behaviour of precast pretensioned concrete beams made with steel fibre concrete and without ordinary shear reinforcement is compared with the behaviour of a standard beams made with concrete without fibres but with stirrups as shear reinforcement. Furthermore a beams made of plain concrete without shear reinforcement is tested to investigate the effect of the shear reinforcement.
The beams are designed according to the rules mentioned in Eurocode 2 and, especially for the beams made with steel fibre concrete, according to the rules from the sigma-eta design method mentioned in the recommendation from the RILEM TC 162-TDF technical committee.
The beams are loaded to failure in a three point bending test. The test results show that the beams made with the steel fibre concrete can resist shear forces as well as the standard beam with the stirrups. However, due attention should be paid to the mixing and casting procedures of the steel fibre concrete.},
  author       = {De Pauw, Peter and Taerwe, Luc and Van den Buverie, Nele and Moerman, Wim},
  booktitle    = {BEFIB 2008, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Gettu, Ravindra},
  isbn         = {978-2-35158-064-6},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Madras, Chennai, India},
  pages        = {887--898},
  publisher    = {RILEM Publications},
  title        = {Steel fibre concrete as an alternative for traditional shear reinforcement in pretensioned concrete beams},
  year         = {2008},
}