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Title: Design aid for shear strength of steel fibre based concrete
Authors: Tantary M.A.
Upadhyay A.
Prasad J.
Published in: Indian Concrete Journal
Abstract: Shear strength of concrete especially fibre based is a complex phenomenon involving number of variables giving rise to lengthy equations with cumbersome calculations thereby making it difficult to use these equations in practice in design offices and thus rendering fibre based concrete unpopular in construction industry from users'point of view. In this study, a simple design chart for the evolution of shear strength of steel fibre based concrete has been proposed. Limited experiments on shear strength of steel fibre based concrete beam elements have been conducted. The experimental results assigned with factor of safety showed good agreement with the calculated results. It was noticed that addition of steel fibre in the concrete matrix improves the shear strength of RC beams and tend to change the mode of failure from brittle shear to ductile flexure. Fibre based concrete, interfacial bond stress, ductility, fibre factor, fibre geometry, shear strength, shear span, post cracking strength.
Citation: Indian Concrete Journal(2007), 81(1): 37-42
URI: http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/4231
Issue Date: 2007
Keywords: Ductility
Fibre based concrete
Fibre factor
Fibre geometry
Interfacial bond stress
Post cracking strength
Shear span
Shear strength
ISSN: 194565
Author Scopus IDs: 53873088400
13608643500
57209471662
Author Affiliations: Tantary, M.A., Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India, Department of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Srinagar, India
Upadhyay, A., Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Roorkee, India
Prasad, J., IIT Roorkee, India
Corresponding Author: Tantary, M.A.; Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India
Appears in Collections:Journal Publications [CE]

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