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Kim, W., Lee, K.Y. and Kim, J.H. (2006) Evaluation of Crack Width Based on the Actual Bond Stress-Slip Relationship in Structural Concrete Members. Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, 18, 91-100.

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Flexural Bond Behavior of Rebar in Ultra-High Performance Concrete Beams Considering Lap-Splice Length and Cover Depth

    AUTHORS: Seongjun Kim, Jungwoo Lee, Changbin Joh, Imjong Kwahk

    KEYWORDS: Bond Behavior, Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC), Lap-Splice Length, Cover Depth, Flexural Bond Test, Full-Out Test

    JOURNAL NAME: Engineering, Vol.8 No.3, March 23, 2016

    ABSTRACT: This study intends to find out the correlation between the cover depth and the bond characteristics of UHPC through pull-out tests of UHPC specimens with different cover depths and bond tests of rebar using flexural members. In this experimental study, specimens are fabricated with the lap-splice length as test variable in relation with the calculation of the lap-splice length for 180- MPa UHPC. Moreover, specimens are also fabricated with the cover depth as test variable to evaluate the effect of the cover depth on the UHPC flexural members. The load-displacement curves are analyzed for each of these test variables to compute the lap-splice length proposed in the K-UHPC structural design guideline and to evaluate the influence of the cover depth on the flexural members. As a result, the stability of the structural behavior can be significantly enhanced by increasing slightly the cover depth specification of the current UHPC Structure Design Guideline from the maximum value between 1.5 times of rebar diameter and 20 mm to the maximum value between 1.5 times of rebar diameter and 25 mm.