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Bond mechanism effect on the flexural behavior of steel reinforced concrete composite members

  • Juang, Jia-Ling (Department of Civil Engineering, National Central University) ;
  • Hsu, Hsieh-Lung (Department of Civil Engineering, National Central University)
  • Received : 2005.07.06
  • Accepted : 2006.03.27
  • Published : 2006.10.25

Abstract

This paper discusses the composite mechanism and its effect upon the behavior of a steel reinforced concrete (SRC) member subjected to a flexural load. The relationship between member strength and deformation is established using the bond strength between the steel and reinforced concrete. An analytical model is proposed and used to incorporate the sectional strains and bond strength at the elastic and inelastic stages for moment-curvature relationship derivation. The results from the flexural load tests are used to validate the accuracy of the proposed model. Comparisons between the experimental information and the analytical results demonstrate close moment-curvature relevance, which justifies the applicability of the proposed method.

Keywords

bond mechanism;bond strength;flexural behavior;deformation;composite members

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