Hysteretic behavior of reinforced concrete beam and epoxy-repaining process.

Çelebi, Nuri Mehmet


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Self-compacting concrete is an innovative construction material; its priority to normal vibrated concrete is that there is not any vibration requirement. Bond strength of reinforcement is one of the key factors that ensures the usefulness of any reinforced concrete structure. In this study, 6 full-scale concrete beams spliced at the mid-span were tested under two-point symmetrical loading. Test variables were bottom cover, side cover, free spacing between longitudinal reinforcement, lap-splice length and pr...
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Effect of alkali-silica reaction expansion on mechanical properties of concrete
Hafçı, Alkan; Turanlı, Lütfullah; Department of Civil Engineering (2013)
Alkali-silica reaction (ASR) is a chemical deterioration process which arises in concrete due to reactive aggregate from its constituent, sufficient alkalis from cement or external resources and humidity about 85%. ASR gel, formed by the reaction, absorbs water and expands so that it causes expansion and cracking in concrete. ASR has detrimental effects on mechanical properties of concrete. Therefore, ASR which is a long and a constantly progressive reaction may become a threat to the safety of concrete str...
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Citation Formats
N. M. Çelebi, “Hysteretic behavior of reinforced concrete beam and epoxy-repaining process.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1973.