Effect of Loading Rate on the Bonding Strength between Rebar and Concrete
In this study, the effect of loading rate on the bonding strength between rebar and concrete substrate is investigated through pull-out test on 24 concrete cylinders. The load capacity, shear deformation and fracture characteristics of the interface are examined carefully. It is found that with the increase of loading rate, the load capacity increases correspondingly and their relationship can be characterized with a semi-logarithm equation. The load-deflection curves expand with the increase of loading rate, which is an indication of a gradually increasing energy absorption capacity with the increase of loading rate. Generally, with higher loading rate, more energy is dissipated.
D. Yan and G. Chen, "Effect of Loading Rate on the Bonding Strength between Rebar and Concrete," Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Structures and Building Materials (2012, Hangzhou, China), vol. 450-451, pp. 122-125, Trans Tech Publications, Mar 2012.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.450-451.122
2nd International Conference on Structures and Building Materials (2012: Mar. 9-11, Hangzhou, China)
Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Bonding Strength; Loading Rate; Concrete Cylinders; Concrete Substrates; Deformation And Fracture; Energy Absorption Capacity; Load Capacity; Load-Deflection Curve; Pull-Out Test; Building Materials; Diffusion Bonding
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01 Mar 2012