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Title: Response of Doubly Reinforced Concrete Beams to Cylic Loading
Author(s): G. L. Agrawal, Leonard G. Tulin, and Kurt H. Gersite
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 823-836
Keywords: Bauschinger effect, cyclic loading, doubly reinforced beam, moment-curvature relation, reinforced concrete, research, ultimate strength
Abstract:The response of doubly reinforced concrete beams to variable repeated and reversed loading is predicted on the basis of technical beam theory and stress-strain relationsof steel and concrete under cyclic loading. A series of tests was performed to verify the theory. It is concluded that the response to repeated loading may be considered elastic-plastic for engineering purposes, but the behavior under ternating plastic city is highly nonlinear which can be predicted only by considering the Bauschinger effect in the steel.
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