Rehabilitation projects often involve the need to increase the load-carrying capacity of members within existing concrete structures that are deficient due to increased load demand associated with change of use, deficiencies in the original design or construction, or deterioration. Such strengthening often includes increasing shear capacity.
external reinforcement; fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix (FRCM); fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP); internal reinforcement; post-tensioning; section enlargement; shear strengthening.
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Considerations for selection of shear strengthening method
Inventory of shear strengthening methods
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