IJMTES – ANALYSIS OF REINFORCEMENT ANCHORAGE ZONE BEHAVIOR OF PRESTRESSED CONCRETE ELEMENTS UNDER STATIC AND CYCLIC LOADS

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : ANALYSIS OF REINFORCEMENT ANCHORAGE ZONE BEHAVIOR OF PRE STRESSED CONCRETE ELEMENTS UNDER STATIC AND CYCLIC LOADS

Author’s Name : Arunprasath Dunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 04 2017

ISSN no :  2348-3121

Page no: 205-209

Abstract – The article briefly discusses about the bond characteristics of different pretensioning reinforcement and some problems of reinforcement anchorage zone. In the present study bond characteristics of three-wire strand under static and cyclic load are investigated. The research revealed that bond stress-slip characteristics of three-wire strand are different from those proposed in Model Code for deformed and plain bars. The bond strength of three-wire strand is not negatively influenced by cyclic load at lower bond stress levels up to 0,7τstat.max.

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