Bond and Dowel Action of a Main Bar in a RC Beam
The bond and dowel action are analytically treated independently on each other in most cases. The bond behavior may be, however, much affected by the dowel action in structural members....

An Evaluation of the Applicability and Cost of Polyester Resin and Cementitious Grouts for the Installation of Rock Anchors at Hydro Projects
The success of two proposed hydropower projects in the States of Virginia, and West Virginia depended on the ability of a rock anchor system to support the penstocks at the crown of the...

Bond Strength of Roller Compacted Concrete
Roller compacted concrete, or RCC, is a dam construction method which consists of placing horizontal layers of no-slump concrete in 1- to 3-ft (0. 3- to 0. 9-m) lifts and compacting the...

Adfreeze Strength of Ice to Steel Pipe Piles as a Function of Temperature
A study was initiated to determine the adfreeze bond strength between steel pipe piles and freshwater ice as a function of temperature. Tests were conducted at an average strain rate of...

Bond-Slip Models in Finite Element Analysis

Bond Behavior in the Neighborhood of the Crack

Analytical Models for Cyclic Loading of RC Members

Isoparametric Contact Elements for Analysis of Reinforced Concrete

A History of Adhesive Bonded Composite Members
The history and development of adhesive bonding in composite members is traced. Two forms of composite members are explained. Research from different parts of the world is compared. Applications...

Bond Check for Concrete-Filled Steel Tubular Columns
In order that a concrete-filled steel tubular column may display a maximum bearing capacity for sustaining the long-term vertical loads transferred from the steel beams to the steel tube...

Bond Stress of Embedded Steel Shapes in Concrete
This paper describes an investigation into the bond stress developed between steel shapes and reinforced concrete when the concrete is lightly stressed. A brief discussion of previous...

Binding and Bonding Concrete to Composite Columns
Composite interaction between concrete encasement and structural steel shapes is limited unless lateral ties and/or mechanical attachments insure such interaction until desired strength...

Flexural Strength Reduction Factor for Bonded Prestressed Concrete Beams

Probabilistic Nature of Soil Properties
The integrity of a soil material is defined not only by its compositional components but also by the constituent natural bonds and the resultant interactions between the various constituents...

Structural Performance Predictions for Liner Plates on Nuclear Facilities
The history of the use of liner plates is presented. It is shown that the liner plate can be buckled, and can be bonded or not bonded to the concrete. The buckled plate usually has bending...

Analysis of Delamination in Composite Laminates

2D, Quasi 3D, and 3D Analysis of Composite Joints

Torsional Stiffness of Non-uniform and Hollow Rigid Piers Embedded in Isotropic Elastic Media

Nonlinear Behavior of Sandwich Panels

Direct Measurement of Slip Between Steel and Concrete

 

 

 

 

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