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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
K.D. Raithby and J.W. Galloway
Results are given for flexural fatigue tests on small concrete beams to investigate the effects of moisture state, age and rate of loading on the fatigue performance of three types of concrete as used in typical highway construction.
I.C. Jhamb and J.G. Mac Gregor
An experimental investigation was undertaken to study the effect of the deformations, decarburization of bar surface, rust and mill scale and grade of steel on fatigue strength of reinforcing bars under repeated axial loading in air. The experimental data was analysed statistically.
T. Helagson and J.M. Hanson
The statistical analysis of an experimental investigation of the fatigue strength of deformed reinforcing bars is described. This investigation was designed and excuted to permit the effects of several specified variables--stress range, minimum stress level, grade of bar, bar size and type of specimen--to be determined by statistical methods. In addition, other variables that had an effect on the fatigue life of the test bars were identified. The experimental investigation is described in a separate paper.
The presemt report deals with the results of fatigue tests carried out on 249 reinforced-concrete beams reinforced with high-quality ribbed steel bars with a yield point of at least 40 kg/mm2.
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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