Characterization and applications in infrastructure of steel reinforced polymer and grout composites
Keywords and Phrases
Steel reinforced grout (SRG); Steel reinforced polymer (SRP)
"The use of externally bonded steel reinforced polymer (SRP) and steel reinforced grout (SRG) is a promising new technology for increasing flexural, compressive, and shear capacities of infrastructure components, including reinforced concrete (RC) members and wood utility poles. The material constants for single-ply SRP and SRG were experimentally determined from coupon tensile tests and torsion tests. The flexural performance of RC beams with externally bonded SRP and SRG has been investigated experimentally using four-point bending. Analytical models based on the first-order and higher-order shear deformation theories have been developed to predict the behavior of the retrofitted RC beams. Comparisons between the analytical models and the experimental results show a good correlation for the mid-span deflection until the reinforcing steel reaches the plastic region"--Abstract, page iv.
Birman, V. (Victor)
Dharani, Lokeswarappa R.
Carroll, Douglas R.
Ramsay, Christopher W.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
Structural Preservation System
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Characterization of RC beams strengthened by steel reinforced polymer and grout (SRP & SRG) composites
- Tapered cylindrical cantilever beam retrofitted with steel reinforced polymer or grout
x, 62 pages
© 2008 Bryce Lawrence Barton, All rights reserved.
Dissertation - Citation
Composite materials -- Analysis
Reinforced concrete -- Testing
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Link to Catalog Record
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Barton, Bryce L., "Characterization and applications in infrastructure of steel reinforced polymer and grout composites" (2008). Doctoral Dissertations. 1769.
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