SP-215: Field Applications of FRP Reinfocement: Case Studies

SP-215: Field Applications of FRP Reinfocement: Case Studies

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Editors: Sami Rizkalla, Antonio Nanni

Description

The field application of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composite materials as reinforcement for concrete structures has been growing rapidly in recent years, mostly with interest in alternatives to steel reinforcing bars and for strengthening concrete structures. FRP products provide options and benefits not available using traditional materials. As a result of the extensive use of FRP as internal and external reinforcement for new structures and strengthening concrete structures, respectively, ACI Committee 440 organized three technical sessions on “Field Application of FRP Reinforcement—Case Studies” with a total of 21 papers presented at the ACI Fall 2003 Convention in Boston, Mass. All papers deal with case studies and demonstration projects to provide clear evidence of the practicality, credibility, and maturity attained by this technology.

This volume includes the papers presented during the Fall 2003 Convention, plus five additional papers that augment the range of field applications and case studies. The goal of this document is to help practitioners implement FRP technology, while providing testimony that design and construction with FRP material systems is rapidly moving from emerging to mainstream technology.

Document Details

Publication Year: 2003

Pages: 434.00

ISBN: 9780870311215

Categories: Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

CHAPTER 1—FRP COMPOSITES FOR INTERNAL REINFORCEMENT

SP-215—1: FRP Reinforced Concrete in Texas Transportation—Past, Present, Future

by T. E. Bradberry and S. Wallace

SP-215—2: Design and Testing of a Highway Concrete Bridge Deck

Reinforced with Glass and Carbon FRP Bars

by E. El-Salakawy and B. Benmokrane

SP-215—3: CFRP Prestressed Concrete Lighting Columns

by G. P. Terrasi and J. M. Lees

SP-215—4: FRP for Prestressing of Concrete Bridges in Canada

by S. Rizkalla and G. Tadros

SP-215—5: Production Testing of CFRP Grid Reinforced Concrete Panels for a Floating Pier

by M. Wernli, G. E. Warren, and R. F. Mast

SP-215—6: GFRP Connector and Partially Precast Concrete Sandwich Panel System

by R. Gastmeyer and R. C. Donahey

SP-215—7: Preliminary Performance Observations for an FRP Reinforced Concrete Bridge Deck

by A. A. Huckelbridge, Jr. and A. K. Eitel

SP-215—8: Design Considerations of GFRP-Reinforced CRCP

by J.-H. Choi and H.-L. Chen

CHAPTER 2—FRP COMPOSITES FOR PILES

SP-215—9: Field Applications of Concrete-Filled FRP Tubes for Marine Piles

by A. Fam, R. Greene, and S. Rizkalla

SP-215—10: New Bridge Piers Using Load Bearing Concrete-Filled GFRP Tubes

by M. Pando, A. Fam, J. Lesko, and G. Filz

CHAPTER 3—FRP COMPOSITES FOR EXTERNAL REINFORCEMENT

PART I: BRIDGES

SP-215—11: Increasing the Flexural Capacity of an Existing

Reinforced Concrete Bridge in Texas Using CFRP Composites

by S. F. Breña and M. A. Steves

SP-215—12: Strengthening of a Bridge Using Two FRP Technologies

by P. Casadei, N. Galati, R. Parretti, and A. Nanni

SP-215—13: Use of Externally Bonded FRP Systems for Rehabilitation of Bridges in Western Canada

by R. Hutchinson, G. Tadros, J. Kroman, and S. Rizkalla

SP-215—14: Flexural Strengtheing of Impacted PC Girder with FRP Composites

by R. Parretti, A. Nanni, J. Cox, C. Jones, and R. Mayo

SP-215—15: Bridge Strengthening with Advanced Composite Systems

by M. Basler, D. White, and M. Desroches

CHAPTER 4—FRP COMPOSITES FOR EXTERNAL REINFORCEMENT

PART II: STRUCTURES

SP-215—16: Field Applications of FRP Strengthening in Egypt

by I. Mahfouz and T. Rizk

SP-215—17: The Use of Composites in the Rehabilitation of Civil Engineering Structures

by R. J. Watson

SP-215—18: FRP Retrofit of the Ring-Beam of a Nuclear Reactor Containment Structure

by M. Demers, A. Popovic, K. W. Neale, S. Rizkalla, and G. Tadros

SP-215—19: Innovative Strengthening of Antwerp Zoo’s Reptile Building

by S. Matthys, L. Taerwe, J. Janssens, and D. De Neef

SP-215—20: Field Retrofit of Prestressed Concrete T-Beam Using CFRP

by I. N. Robertson, A. A. Agapay, and L. M. Nakashima

SP-215—21: Carbon FRP Strengthening of PCCP Aqueducts

by T. Alkhrdaji and J. Thomas

SP-215—22: Use of ACM in Rehabilitation Projects in Egypt

by A. Abdelrahman, M. Mohamadien, S. Rizkalla, and G. Tadros

SP-215—23: Shear Strengthening with Bonded CFRP L-Shaped Plates

by M. Basler, D. White, and M. Desroches

SP-215—24: Performance Based Design for FRP Strengthening of the Roof Panels of Calgary Saddledome

by M. Reda Taha, E. Tromposch, G. Tadros, A. Mufti, and C. Klowak

CHAPTER 5—FRP COMPOSITES FOR EXTERNAL REINFORCEMENT

PART III: MASONRY

SP-215—25: Reinforcing of a Cathedral Tower with CFRP Laminates

by J. G. Tumialan, D. Torrealva, E. Pasquel, and A. Nanni

SP-215—26: Flexural Strengthening of Masonry Walls in a High School Using FRP Bars

by J. G. Tumialan, N. Galati, A. Nanni, and D. Tyler

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