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ZBORNIK RADOVA GRAĐEVINSKOG FAKULTETA 26, 2014.god., str. 27-35


TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON BOND BETWEEN CONCRETE AND REINFORCING STEEL
 
DOI: 10.14415/zbornikGFS26.03
UDK: 624.078.4:536.4
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Autor : Lublóy, Éva; György, Balázs L.
 
 Rezime:
 Bond behaviour between concrete and reinforcing bars was observed under elevated temperatures. Five different concrete compositions were used. Hundred five pull-out specimens (Ø120 mm, 100 mm) were prepared. After removing the specimens from the formwork, they were stored in water for seven days then kept at laboratory conditions until testing. The specimens were 28 days old by testing. After heating up the specimens, they were kept for two hours at these maximum temperatures (20 °C, 150 °C, 300 °C, 400 °C, 500 °C, 800 °C). Specimens were then cooled down in laboratory conditions. Finally the specimens were tested at room temperature. In order to check the compressive strength standard cubes were cast, cured, and heat treated, then tested to compressive strength. The results showed reduction in residual compressive strength and considerable changes in steel-concrete bond under high temperatures. Based on test results, a proposal is presented for the modification of MC2010 bond-ship formula in order to consider temperature effect.
 
 Ključne reči:
 Concrete, reinforcement, bond, elevated temperature