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000197552 245__ $$aAn experimental investigation into the tensile strength of steel fibre reinforced concrete
000197552 269__ $$a2013
000197552 260__ $$c2013
000197552 336__ $$aConference Papers
000197552 520__ $$aThe material characterization of steel fibre reinforced concrete (SFRC), which is required for its implementation in design codes, should be based on nominal properties that describe its post-cracking strength in tension. In the case of brittle and quasi-brittle materials, such as concrete, the tensile parameters are often derived indirectly; however, for materials with more ductility, such as SFRC, there is conjecture whether or not an indirect measure may be used to establish the stress versus crack opening displacement relationship, such as use of three- or four-point prism test. In this paper we compare the results obtained from prism tests back analysed using the methodology of the 2010 fib Model Code with data from direct tension tests. The results suggest that the tension predictions of the Model Code can be improved by adopting the rigid plastic model with the stress determined at the point corresponding on the CMOD4
000197552 6531_ $$atensile
000197552 6531_ $$astrength
000197552 6531_ $$asteel fibre reinforced concrete
000197552 700__ $$aAmin, A.
000197552 700__ $$aFoster, S. J.
000197552 700__ $$aBoillet, D.
000197552 700__ $$0240411$$aMuttoni, Aurelio$$g133346
000197552 7112_ $$a22nd Australasian converence on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials (ACMSM22)$$cSydney, Australia$$dDecember 11-14, 2012
000197552 720_1 $$aCRC Press, Taylor$$eed.
000197552 720_1 $$aGroup, Francis$$eed.
000197552 773__ $$tProceedings of the 22nd Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials
000197552 909C0 $$0252126$$pIBETON$$xU10235
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