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Girão Coelho, A.M. (author), Bijlaard, F.S.K. (author)
The design of joints to European standard EN 1993 within the semi-continuous/partially restrained philosophy is restricted to steel grades up to S460. With the recent development of high performance steels, the need for these restrictions should be revisited. The semicontinuous joint modelling can be adopted as long as the joint develops...
journal article 2010
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Schumacher, P. (author), Walraven, J.C. (author), Den Uijl, J.A. (author), Bigaj-van Vliet, A. (author)
Steel fibres are known to enhance the toughness of concrete in compression and in tension. Steel fibres also improve the bond properties between concrete matrix and reinforcing steel bars. In order to investigate the effect of steel fibres on the rotation capacity of reinforced concrete members, four simply supported beams were loaded in three...
journal article 2009
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Schumacher, P. (author)
Steel fiber reinforced concrete (SFRC) has been used in segmental tunnel linings in the past years. In order to investigate the effect of steel fibers on the rotation capacity of plastic hinges in self-compacting concrete (SCC) the effect of the addition of fibers to SCC in compression, tension and bond was investigated. Based on experiments,...
doctoral thesis 2006
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Waarts, P. (author), Vrouwenvelder, A. (author)
In most text books on Plasticity Theory a reference is made to the famous tests performed by Stiissi and Kollbrunner in 1935. The test object was a continuous beam on four supports, loaded by a concentrated point load halfway the central span. According to a straight forward application of the theory of plasticity the load carrying capacity of...
journal article 1997
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