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Title: Anchorage of Reinforcing Bars for Seismic Forces
Author(s): Faisal M. Hassan and Neil M. Hawkins
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 387-416
Keywords: anchorage (structural); bond (concrete to reinforcement); cracking (fracturing); cyclic loads; earthquake resistant structures; earthquakes; embedment; failure; hooked reinforcement; hoops; loads (forces); reinforced concrete; reinforcing steels
Abstract:High intensity cyclic loading tests are reported for 13 stub cantilever specimens. Bond conditions for the tensile reinforcement in those specimens were presumed to simulate conditions for beam bars in beam-column connections. A displacement controlled loading device was used.
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