SP-356: Development and Applications of FRP Reinforcements (DA-FRPR’21)

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Description

Fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) reinforcements for concrete structures and civil engineering applications have become one of the innovative and fast-growing technologies to stop the rapid degradation of conventional steel-reinforced concrete infrastructure. FRP reinforcements for construction can be divided into three main types: 1. External sheets or plates to rehabilitate and repair existing concrete and masonry structures, and in some cases steel and wood structures; 2. Internal FRP bars or tendons for new and existing reinforced concrete structures, and 3. FRP stay-in-place forms to be filled with unreinforced or reinforced concrete. A considerable and valuable development and application’s work has been accomplished during the last three decades, leading to the development of numerous design guidelines and codes around the world, making the FRP-reinforcement technology one of the fast-growing markets in the construction industry. During the ACI Concrete Convention, Fall 2021, four full sessions were sponsored and organized by ACI Committee 440. Session S1 was focused on the bond and durability of internal FRP bars; Session S2 on codes, design examples, and applications of FRP internal reinforcements; Session S3 on external FRP reinforcements; and Session S4 on new systems and applications of FRP reinforcements, such as CFFT post-tensioned beams, GFRP-reinforced concrete sandwich panels, FRP-reinforced masonry walls, CFFT under impact lateral loading, near-surface mounted FRP-bars, and GFRP-reinforced-UHPC bridge deck joints.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 440

Publication Year: 2022

Pages: 382

ISBN: 9781641951951

Formats: Protected PDF/Web View

Table of Contents

Contents

SP-356—1

Bond Study of Corrosion-Free Reinforcement Embedded in Eco-Friendly Concrete

Authors: Ali F. Al-Khafaji, John J. Myers, and Hayder H. Alghazali

1-35

SP-356—2

Numerical Investigation on Mechanical Splices for GFRP Reinforcing Bars

Authors: Nafiseh Kiani, Steven Nolan, and Antonio Nanni

36-45

SP-356—3

Preliminary Experimental Results of the Bond Between GFRP Bars and Concrete

Authors: Mohammod Minhajur Rahman, Xudong Zhao, Tommaso D’Antino, Zahra Ameli, Francesco Focacci, and Christian Carloni

46-60

SP-356—4

Development Length of GFRP Rebars in Reinforced Concrete Members under Flexure

Authors: Alvaro Ruiz Emparanza, Francisco De Caso, and Antonio Nanni

61-71

SP-356—5

Modeling of Thermal Spalling for a GFRP-Reinforced Concrete Slab

Authors: Jun Wang and Yail J. Kim

72-87

SP-356—6

Evaluation of Progressive Damage in GFRP Bars – Low and Large Strain Experimental Program and Numerical Simulations

Authors: Piotr Wiciak, Maria Anna Polak, and Giovanni Cascante

88-108

SP-356—7

Evaluation of FRP Bars and Meshes Used as Secondary Reinforcement for Nonstructural Concrete Members for Building Code Compliance

Authors: Mahmut Ekenel, Hossein Roghani, Francisco De Caso y Basalo, and Antonio Nanni

109-119

SP-356—8

Reliability of Compression-Controlled FRP RC Flexural Members Designed Using North American Codes and Standards: Comparison and FRP Material Resistance/Strength Reduction Factor Calibration

Authors: Fadi Oudah and Adam Hassan

120-130

SP-356—9

Implementation of GFRP-Reinforced Concrete Draft Code Provisions

Authors: Isaac Higgins, Vicki Brown, and Brendan Kearns

131-151

SP-356—10

Design and Driving Performance of Two GFRP-Reinforced Concrete Piles

Authors: Roberto Rodriguez, Vanessa Benzecry, Steven Nolan, and Antonio Nanni

152-169

SP-356—11

Assessment of Shear Strength Design Models for Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Deep Beams Reinforced with Steel or FRP Bars

Authors: Ahmed G. Bediwy and Ehab F. El-Salakawy

170-190

SP-356—12

Effects of Masonry Infill Retrofit with FRP Materials on The Seismic Behaviour of RC Frames

Authors: Gianni Blasi, Daniele Perrone, and Maria Antonietta Aiello

191-202

SP-356—13

Literature Review on External Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) Reinforcements for Concrete Bridges

Authors: Mohamed Ahmed, Slimane Metiche, and Radhouane Masmoudi

203-223

SP-356—14

Nondestructive Evaluation of Reinforced-Concrete Slabs Rehabilitated with Glass Fiber-Reinforced Polymers

Authors: Wael Zatar, Hai Nguyen, and Hien Nghiem

224-237

SP-356—15

Finite Element Modeling of The Bond-Slip Behavior of CFRP Anchors

Authors: José Luis Jiménez and Hernán Santa María

238-257

SP-356—16

Effect of Prestressing Ratio on Concrete-Filled FRP Rectangular Tube Beams Tested in Flexure

Authors: Asmaa Abdeldaim Ahmed, Mohamed Hassan, and Radhouane Masmoudi

258-272

SP-356—17

Numerical Evaluation of a New Concrete Sandwich Panel Containing UHPC Wythes, and GFRP Reinforcement and Connectors

Authors: Akram Jawdhari and Amir Fam

273-290

SP-356—18

Flexural Design of Masonry Walls Reinforced with FRP Bars Based on Full-Scale Structural Tests

Authors: Nancy Torres, J. Gustavo Tumialan, Antonio Nanni, Richard M. Bennet, and Francisco J. De Caso Basalo

291-311

SP-356—19

Behaviour of Circular Concrete-Filled FRP Tube Columns under Lateral Impact Loading: Numerical Study

Authors: Maha Hussein Abdallah, Hamzeh Hajiloo, and Abass Braimah

312-326

SP-356—20

Nonlinear Finite Element Modeling of Continuous RC Beams Strengthened with Near Surface Mounted FRP Bars

Authors: Majid M.A. Kadhim, Akram Jawdhari, and Mohammed Altaee

327-346

SP-356—21

Ultimate And Fatigue Responses of GFRP-Reinforced, UHPC-Filled, Bridge Deck Joints

Authors: Imad Eldin Khalafalla and Khaled Sennah

347-374

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