RESEARCH ARTICLE


Behavior of Fibrous Reinforced Concrete Splices



Mereen H.F. Rasheed1, Ayad Z.S. Agha1, *, Bahman O. Taha1
1 Department of Civil Engineering, Erbil Technical Engineering College, Erbil Polytechnic University., Erbil, Iraq


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* Address correspondence to this author at Department of Civil Engineering, Erbil Technical Engineering College, Erbil Polytechnic University, Erbil, Iraq; Tel: 009647504454107; E-mail: ayad.saber@epu.edu.iq


Abstract

Background:

The tangent of the relationship between bond stress and displacement (slip) is called the modulus of displacement and gives the basis for the theory. This theory is used to determine the stress distribution along the spliced reinforcement bars.

Objective:

This research presents a modification on the theory of the modulus of displacement to determine the stress distribution along the spliced reinforcement bond for fibrous reinforced concrete.

Methods:

1- General differential equations are derived for concrete stress, stress in reinforcement bars and bond stress between reinforcement bars and surrounding concrete.

2-The general solutions of these D.E. are determined and Excel data sheets are prepared to apply these solutions and determine the concrete, steel and bond stresses.

Results:

Excel data sheets are prepared to determine the concrete, steel and bond stresses. The stresses are determined along the bar splice length considering the effect of steel fiber content.

Conclusion:

The maximum concrete stress is obtained at center x=0 and minimum at . Maximum bond stress obtained at and minimum at the center. The maximum steel stress at and minimum at . The value of (σcmax) increased linearly with increasing of (ρ). The concrete stress increased nonlinearly with (ρ%) and linearly with ( fy) and (fc’). Also increasing of (k) and bar diameter have small effects. The value of bond stress decreased linearly with (Qf) and (ρ%).

Keywords: Bond stress, Fibrous concrete, Concrete, Splices, Volume fraction, Modulus of displacement.