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Title: Bond and Anchorage of Reinforcing Bars Under Cyclic Loading
Author(s): Egor P. Popov
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 340-349
Keywords: anchorage (structural); beams (supports); bond (concrete to reinforcement);
bond stress; columns (supports); cyclic loads; earthquake resistant structures; hysteresis; joints (junctions); mathematical models; reinforced con-crete;slippage.
Abstract:The paper emphasizes the importance of reinforcing bar bond and anchorage problems in inelastic seismic analysis of reinforced concrete structures. The basic nature of the bond and anchorage problems is pointed out and relevant experiments carried out at the University of California, Berkeley, are described. The newly developed local bond stress-slip relationship (law) is commented on, and an analytical approach for the analysis of the deteriorating cyclic behavior of beam-column joints based on this law is discussed.
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