Overview of Structural Behavior of Members Subjected to Torsionby Abdeldjelil Belarbi,
Gary Gordon Greene,
Maria Cristina Vidigal de Lima,
Abstract: The torsion strength of concrete beams depends on many factors, such as the amount of reinforcement, the volumetric ratios of longitudinal and transverse steel bars, the concrete strength, the aspect ratios (depth-to-width dimensions of the cross section), and spacing of longitudinal bars and of the stirrups. The failure mechanism can vary from a sudden and brittle failure to a ductile one depending on the volumetric ratios of longitudinal and transversal reinforcement. Also the concrete strength and the amount of reinforcement can change the characteristic failure.
Subject Headings: Reinforced concrete | Concrete beams | Bars (structure) | Torsion | Structural strength | Transverse strength | Failure analysis
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