SP-156: Interface Fracture and Bond

SP-156: Interface Fracture and Bond

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Editors: Oral Buyukozturk Y Methi Wecharatana

Description

Interfaces, such as mortar-aggregate interfaces and cement matrix-fiber interfaces, affect the mechanical behavior of concrete composites. Significant considerations in understanding the mechanical behavior of concrete are the nature of the deformation and failure of these interfaces and the interaction between the constituent elements of the composite. Development of advanced concrete materials with improved toughness and durability requires a fundamental understanding of the behavior of the interfaces which are intrinsic to the concrete composite. Therefore, there is a need to characterize the interfacial behavior and to study the role of the interfaces on the global material behavior as a basis for the development of high performance cementitious materials. To address this need, ACI International produced the specialized publication based on the technical papers presented during a special session on fracture mechanics.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 216.00

ISBN: 9780870316548

Categories: Foundations

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

-MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF THE INTERFACIAL

TRANSITION ZONE: A REVIEW, by S. Mindes

-SOFTENING SLIP AND SIZE EFFECT IN BOND

FRACTURE, by A. P. Bazant and R. Desmorat

-FRACTURE AND INTERNAL CRACKING OF HIGH-

STRENGTH CONCRETE UNDER AXIAL COMPRESSION,

by L. R. Taerwe

-EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES AND MODELING OF THE

CONCRETE/ROCK INTERFACE, by J. Wang and A. K. Maji

-THE ROLE OF INTERFACIAL FRACTURE TOUGHNESS

IN CRACKING BEHAVIOR OF HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE,

by K. M. Lee, O. Buyukozturk, and Y. Kitsutaka

-A LATTICE APPROACH FOR ANALYZING STEEL-CONCRETE

BOND-SLIP LAYER FRACTURE, by A. Vervuurt and

J. G. M. Van Mier

-FRACTURE MECHANICS ANALYSIS OF BOND BEHAVIOUR

UNDER DYNAMIC LOADING, by C. Yan and S. Mindess

-PREDICTION AND VERIFICATION OF INTERFACE DEBONDING

FOR FIBER REINFORCED CEMENTITIOUS MATERIAL, by

S. H. Li, S. P. Shah, Z. Li, and T. Mura

-EFFECT OF LATERAL STRESS ON THE DEBONDING AND

PULLOUT OF STEEL FIBERS IN A CEMENTITIOUS MATRIX,

by C. K. Y. Leung and Y. Geng

-FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPIC STUDY OF FRACTURE

PROCESS OF THE INTERFACIAL ZONE BETWEEN A STEEL

FIBER AND THE CEMENTITIOUS MATRIX UNDER PULLOUT

LOADING, by M. Kawamura and S. I. Igarashi

-THE INFLUENCE OF SILICA FUME ON THE STRENGTH OF

THE CEMENT AGGREGATE BOND, by C. Perry and J. E. Gillott

-SI (Metric) TABLES

-INDEX

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