Behavior of Anchored Bars Under Low Cycle Overloads Producing Inelastic Strains

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Title: Behavior of Anchored Bars Under Low Cycle Overloads Producing Inelastic Strains

Author(s): M.A.F. Ismail and J.O. Jirsa

Publication: Journal Proceedings

Volume: 69

Issue: 7

Appears on pages(s): 433-438

Keywords: Anchorage (structural), bond (concrete to reinforcement), cantilever beams, connections, deflection, reinforced concrete, reinforcing steels, research, stresses, yield strength

Date: 7/1/1972

Abstract:
Behavior of anchored bars supporting cantilever beams studied; twenty specimens tests under monotonic, repeated, or reversed load cycles to failure. Results indicate that under repeated or monotonic loads, stresses and elonga-tions gradually increased with increasing end deflections. Under reversed load, stress distributions did not change significantly but elongations increased considerably.