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Type: Artigo
Title: Anchor bolts - influence of supplementary reinforcement
Author: Trautwein, L. M.
Marinho, A. M.
Gomes, R. B.
Abstract: An anchoring system can be loaded by tensile or shear stresses or a combination of these two; this study was limited to anchors subjected to tensile stresses. In this study, 33 anchor bolts, which were subjected to tensile stresses and divided into four series, were tested. The following are the primary variables tested: diameter, number of hooks, and number of supplementary reinforcement layers. The results obtained from the anchoring tests are shown, such as the failure mode and load, vertical displacements, and strains in the reinforcement bars. The results show that the anchoring strength increases with the presence of supplementaryreinforcement
Subject: Ancoragem (Engenharia de estruturas)
Concreto armado
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Springer
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s12205-017-1255-9
Date Issue: 2018
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