Confinement of Clay Masonry Columns with SRG
In this study, the behavior of clay masonry columns confined by steel reinforced grout (SRG) composite with a natural hydraulic lime mortar is investigated. An experimental study was carried out to understand the behavior of masonry prisms with a square cross-section confined by SRG composite jackets subjected to a monotonic concentric compressive load. Test parameters considered in this study are the density of steel fibers and column corner radius. The effectiveness of the confinement is studied in terms of load-bearing capacity with respect to unconfined columns.
L. Sneed et al., "Confinement of Clay Masonry Columns with SRG," Key Engineering Materials, vol. 747 KEM, pp. 350-357, Trans Tech Publications, Jul 2017.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.747.350
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
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Composite materials; Concrete beams and girders; Grouting; Lime; Mortar; Plasma confinement; Reinforcement; Steel fibers; Composite jackets; Compressive loads; Load-bearing capacity; Masonry; Masonry columns; Natural hydraulic-lime mortars; Square cross section; Steel reinforced grout; Masonry materials; Composites; Confinement Masonry
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01 Jul 2017