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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1974
A review is made of existing information on the fatigue characteristics in bond and shear of reinforced concrete beams.
N.M. Hawkins and L.W. Heaton
Results are reported of tests to determine the factors dictating the short life fatigue characteristics in air of a square smooth welded wire fabric consisting of No. 2 wires at 6 inch (15 cm) centers.
M.E. Award and H.K. Hilsdorf
300 concrete prisms were subjected to high repeated or sustained compressive loads with maximum stresses ranging from 80 to 95 percent of their short time compressive strength.
J.M. Hanson, M.F. Somes, and T. Helagson
A comprehensive experimental investigation of the influence of stress range, minimum stress level, bar size, type of specimen, and ASTM grade on the fatigue life of reinforcing bars is described.
S.S. Takhar, I.J. Jordan, and B.R. Gamble
Tests are described in which concrete cylinders were subjected to different values of radial confining pressure and were at the same time subjected to axial fatigue loading.
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