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Title: Bond–slip behaviour of deformed reinforcing bars embedded in well-confined concrete
Authors: Kang, Shao-Bo
Tan, Kang Hai
Keywords: Concretes
Issue Date: 2016
Source: Kang, S.-B., & Tan, K. H. (2016). Bond–slip behaviour of deformed reinforcing bars embedded in well-confined concrete. Magazine of Concrete Research, 68(10), 515-529.
Series/Report no.: Magazine of Concrete Research
Abstract: Precast concrete beam–column sub-assemblages may exhibit pull-out failure of reinforcing bars embedded in the middle joint when subjected to column removal scenarios. This failure mode has to be considered in analytical study through a component-based joint model. However, current bond–slip models incorporated in design guidelines are incapable of predicting the load capacity and potential failure mode of reinforcing bars with inadequate embedment length in beam–column joints. Therefore, it is necessary to re-evaluate the bond–slip behaviour of embedded reinforcement. This paper presents an analytical approach to predict the force–slip relationship of reinforcement. In the approach, bond stress at the post-yield stage of reinforcement is calculated from existing test data of deformed rebars embedded in well-confined concrete under pull-out loads. The approach is calibrated by experimental results of steel bars with various embedment lengths. Simplified approaches are also developed in accordance with the bond stress profile along the embedment length and the average bond stress. Finally, a component-based joint model is established for precast concrete beam–column sub-assemblages, in which the force–slip relationships of reinforcement are derived from the proposed approach. The joint model yields reasonably good predictions of the compressive arch action and catenary action capacities of sub-assemblages under progressive collapse scenarios.
ISSN: 0024-9831
DOI: 10.1680/jmacr.15.00245
Rights: © 2016 ICE Publishing. This paper was published in Magazine of Concrete Research and is made available as an electronic reprint (preprint) with permission of ICE Publishing. The published version is available at: []. One print or electronic copy may be made for personal use only. Systematic or multiple reproduction, distribution to multiple locations via electronic or other means, duplication of any material in this paper for a fee or for commercial purposes, or modification of the content of the paper is prohibited and is subject to penalties under law.
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