Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete

Dionysis A. Bournas, Thanasis Triantafillou

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    Abstract

    The effectiveness of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) and textile-reinforced mortar (TRM) jackets was investigated experimentally and analytically in this study as a means of confining old-type reinforced concrete (RC) columns with limited capacity due to bond failure at lap splice regions. The local bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete was measured experimentally along the lap splice region of six full-scale RC columns subjected to cyclic uniaxial flexure under constant axial load. The bond strength of two-column specimens tested without retrofitting was found to be in good agreement with the predictions given by two existing bond models. These models were modified to account for the contribution of composite material jacketing to the bond resistance between lap-spliced bars and concrete. The effectiveness of FRP and TRM jackets against splitting at lap splices was quantified as a function of jacket properties and geometry as well as in terms of the jacket effective strain, which was found to depend on the ratio of lap splice length to bar diameter. Consequently, simple design equations for calculating the bond strength of lap splices in members confined with composite materials (FRP or TRM) are proposed.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publication3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference
    Subtitle of host publicationThink Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings
    PublisherPrecast Prestressed Concrete Institute
    ISBN (Electronic)9780937040904
    StatePublished - Jan 1 2010
    Event3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference 2010 - Washington, United States
    Duration: May 29 2010Jun 2 2010

    Other

    Other3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference 2010
    CountryUnited States
    CityWashington
    Period5/29/106/2/10

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    Bond strength (materials)
    Mortar
    Textiles
    Concretes
    Reinforced concrete
    Composite materials
    Polymers
    Fibers
    Retrofitting
    Axial loads
    Fiber reinforced materials
    Geometry

    Keywords

    • Bond strength
    • Confinement
    • FRP
    • Lap splices
    • Seismic retrofitting
    • Textile-reinforced mortar (TRM)

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Building and Construction
    • Civil and Structural Engineering

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    Bournas, D. A., & Triantafillou, T. (2010). Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete. In 3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference: Think Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute.

    Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete. / Bournas, Dionysis A.; Triantafillou, Thanasis.

    3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference: Think Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings. Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute, 2010.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Bournas, DA & Triantafillou, T 2010, Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete. in 3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference: Think Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings. Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute, 3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference 2010, Washington, United States, 5/29/10.
    Bournas DA, Triantafillou T. Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete. In 3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference: Think Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings. Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute. 2010
    Bournas, Dionysis A. ; Triantafillou, Thanasis. / Effect of composite material confinement on bond strength between lap-spliced bars and concrete. 3rd International fib Congress and Exhibition, Incorporating the PCI Annual Convention and Bridge Conference: Think Globally, Build Locally, Proceedings. Precast Prestressed Concrete Institute, 2010.
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