SP-347: Recent Developments in High Strain Rate Mechanics and Impact Behavior of Concrete

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Sponsors: Sponsored by ACI 370 Committee

Editors: Eric Jacques and Mi G. Chorzepa

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This Symposium Volume reports on the latest developments in the field of high strain rate mechanics and behavior of concrete subject to impact loads. This effort supports the mission of ACI Committee 370 “Blast and Impact Load Effects” to develop and disseminate information on the design of concrete structures subjected to impact, as well as blast and other short-duration dynamic loads. Concrete structures can potentially be exposed to accidental and malicious impact loads during their lifetimes, including those caused by ballistic projectiles, vehicular collision, impact of debris set in motion after an explosion, falling objects during construction and floating objects during tsunamis and storm surges. Assessing the performance of concrete structures to implement cost-effective and structurally-efficient protective measures against these extreme impacting loads necessitates a fundamental understanding of the high strain rate behavior of the constituent materials and of the characteristics of the local response modes activated during the event.

This volume presents fourteen papers which provide the reader with deep insight into the state-of-the-art experimental research and cutting-edge computational approaches for concrete materials and structures subject to impact loading. Invited contributions were received from international experts from Australia, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Germany, South Korea, Switzerland, and the United States. The technical papers cover a range of cementitious materials, including high strength and ultra-high strength materials, reactive powder concrete, fiber-reinforced concrete, and externally bonded cementitious layers and other coatings. The papers were

to be presented during two technical sessions scheduled for the ACI Spring 2020 Convention in Rosemont, Illinois, but the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic disrupted

those plans.

The editors thank the authors for their outstanding efforts to showcase their most current research work with the concrete community, and for their assistance, cooperation, and valuable contributions throughout the entire publication process. The editors also thank the members of ACI Committee 370, the reviewers, and the ACI staff for their generous support and encouragement throughout the preparation of this volume.

 

Document Details

Pages: 268

ISBN: 9781641951340

Categories: Design, Fiber-Reinforced Concrete

Formats: PDF or Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

SP-347-1:

On the Rate Sensitive Fracture Behavior of Strain-Hardening Cement-Based Composites (SHCC) Depending on Fiber Type and Matrix Composition

Authors: Iurie Curosu, Viktor Mechtcherine, Daniele Forni, Simone Hempel and Ezio Cadoni

1-20

SP-347-2:

High Strain Rate Properties of CFRP Sheets Surface Bonded to Concrete

Authors: Jonathan Harman, Emmanuella O. Atunbi, and Alan Lloyd

21-38

SP-347-3:

Using Steel Fibres to Increase the Projectile Impact Resistance of Cementitious Composites

Authors: Radoslav Sovják, Sebastjan Kravanja, and Jan Zatloukal

39-58

SP-347-4:

Predicting the Response of Concrete Barriers to Rigid Projectile Impacts Using AEM

Authors: Tarek Kewaisy, Ayman Elfouly, and Ahmed Khalil

59-84

SP-347-5:

Cracked Continuum Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Elements under Impact

Authors: Serhan Guner, Trevor D. Hrynyk, and Andac Lulec

85-105

SP-347-6:

Distinguished Impact Response of Hollow Reinforced Concrete Beams under Impact Loading

Authors: Thong M. Pham, Tin V. Do, and Hong Hao

106-126

SP-347-7:

Damage Accumulation Comparison of Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Using Repeated Drop Impact Testing

Authors: Andrew D. Sorensen, Robert J. Thomas, Ryan Langford, and Abdullah Al-Sarfin

127-137

SP-347-8:

Response of Reinforced Concrete Columns against Hypervelocity Impacts by EFPs

Authors: Alex Remennikov and Edward Chern Jinn Gan

138-154

SP-347-9:

Impact Response of SC Panels under Local Punching Failure: Experiments and FE Analyses

Authors: Quanquan Guo, Chengwei Guo, Xuqiang Dou, and Chuanchuan Hou

155-175

SP-347-10:

Structural Behavior of TL-4 Recycled Tire Chip and Fiber Reinforced Concrete Single Slope Barriers

Authors: Grace Darling, Stephan A. Durham, and Mi G. Chorzepa

176-190

SP-347-11:

Impact Performance of Recycled Rubber Tire Chip and Fiber-Reinforced Cementitious Composites

Authors: Victor Lopez, Mi G. Chorzepa, and Stephan A. Durham

191-214

SP-347-12:

Impact Resistance and Strength of SCC Containing Crumb and Powder Rubbers

Author: Assem A. A. Hassan

215-229

SP-347-13:

Assessment of Material Flow during Projectile Penetration of Concrete Targets

Authors: Girum Urgessa and Robert Sobeski

230-248

SP-347-14:

Hard and Soft Projectile Impact Simulation of Prestressed Concrete Panels

Authors: Seong Ryong Ahn and Thomas H.-K. Kang

249-260

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