Keeping steel bars anchored in cracked girders
|Title:||Keeping steel bars anchored in cracked girders.|
|Name(s):||Oregon Department of Transportation. Research Section,, issuing body.|
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Date Issued:||January 2011.|
|Publisher:||Oregon Department of Transportation, Research Section,|
|Place of Publication:||Salem, OR :Oregon Department of Transportation, Research Section,January 2011|
1 online resource (2 pages) : color illustrations
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Researchers at Oregon State University fabricated large-size reinforced concrete beams each with an intentional crack made by positioning a plastic sheet in the formwork when the beams were cast. By maintaining control over crack location, crack angle, and steel bar cutoff location, the researchers were able to load the beams to failure to determine the effect of crack characteristics on bond strength and beam capacity.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Concrete bridges -- Cracking -- Evaluation
Concrete beams -- Testing
Reinforcing bars -- Evaluation
|Held by:||Oregon State Library|
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|Is Part of Series:||Research notes (Oregon. Department of Transportation. Research Section) ; RSN 11-02.|