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Casanova, A., Jason, L. and Davenne, L. (2012) Bond Slip Model for the Simulation of Reinforced Concrete Structures. Engineering Structures, 39, 66-78.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.engstruct.2012.02.007

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Numerical Simulation of the Behavior of Cracked Reinforced Concrete Members

    AUTHORS: Pietro Croce, Paolo Formichi

    KEYWORDS: Bond-Slip, Reinforced Concrete, Non-Linear Behavior, Numerical Analysis, Crack Pattern, Crack Opening, Bond Stress

    JOURNAL NAME: Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol.5 No.12, October 21, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Refined non-linear static or dynamic analyses of reinforced concrete structures require the knowledge of the actual force-displacement or bending moment-rotation curves of each structural member, which depend on the crack widths and on the crack pattern, and after all on the slip between concrete and reinforcing steel. For this reason the definition of improved local models taking into account all these local aspects is a fundamental prerequisite for advanced assessment of r.c. structures. A numerical procedure which allows to predict the relative displacement between steel reinforcement and the surrounding concrete in a reinforced concrete element, once assigned the stress in the naked steel bar and the bond-slip law is discussed. The method provides as final outcomes the sequence of crack openings and the individual crack widths, regardless of the particular bond-slip correlation adopted. The proposed procedure is implemented referring to two relevant experimental case studies, demonstrating that it is able to predict satisfactorily actual strain fields and slips along the investigated reinforced concrete elements.