The work has demonstrated that the corrosion behaviour of reinforced concrete sustaining dynamic loading is extremely complex, and short term indications could not be used safely for long term predictions.
It is shown that the shear strength estimated by this method matches closely measured valued from experimental data. So we herein the project have tested on different materials like rice husk ash, Ground granulated blast furnace slag, silica fume to obtain the desired Reinforced concrete thesis.
Present work deals with study of frequency content of Reinforced concrete thesis motion on reinforced concrete RC buildings. Since these beams are subjected to high shear forces, fibre reinforced concrete can be used to enhance their strength.
It is also shown that while FEM analysis provides very accurate results, they are as accurate as results found from extended 3PKT analysis although the latter is much less time consuming. The most important dynamic characteristics of earthquake are peak ground acceleration PGAfrequency content, and duration.
It is very difficult to get a product which simultaneously fulfill all of the properties.
An additional method based on non-linear finite element analysis is performed in order to be able to compare the extended 3PKT model to results from a more complex and general method.
Preview Kb Abstract High-performance concrete is defined as concrete that meets special combinations of performance and uniformity requirements that cannot always be achieved routinely using conventional constituents and normal mixing, placing, and curing practices. The test programme had two stages: Both regular and irregular three-dimension two, six, and twenty-story RC buildings with six ground motions of low, intermediate, and high-frequency contents having equal duration and PGA are studied.
We used synthetic fiber i. In our study it was used two types of cement, Portland slag cement and ordinary Portland cement.
Ever since the term high-performance concrete was introduced into the industry, it had widely used in large-scale concrete construction that demands high strength, high flowability, and high durability.
We prepared mortar, cubes, cylinder, prism and finally compressive test, splitting test, flexural test are conducted. A hypothesis was proposed for the structural behaviour of reinforced concrete beams during cyclic loading in aqueous environment.
These characteristics play predominant rule in studying the behavior of structures under seismic loads. A high-strength concrete is always a high-performance concrete, but a high-performance concrete is not always a high-strength concrete. Durable concrete Specifying a high-strength concrete does not ensure that a durable concrete will be achieved.
Corrosion rate measurements involved formidable difficulties which had to be overcome to obtain accurate measurements. The strength of ground motion is measured based on the PGA, frequency content and how long the shaking continues.
So the different pozzolanic materials like Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag GGBSsilica fume, Rice husk ash, Fly ash, High Reactive Metakaolin, are some of the pozzolanic materials which can be used in concrete as partial replacement of cement, which are very essential ingredients to produce high performance concrete.
Also X-ray diffraction test was conducted on different pozzolanic material used to analyse their content ingredients. The prevailing mechanism depends on time of exposure, load level and reinforcement details.
General assumptions are made in order to find accurate results. The phenomenon of concrete crack blocking, previously reported in seawater environment, was observed in both test environments in this work.
Also to obtain such performances that cannot be obtained from conventional concrete and by the current method, a large number of trial mixes are required to select the desired combination of materials that meets special performance. However, high-frequency content ground motions have very less effect on responses of the regular as well as irregular RC buildings.
Finally we used different percentage of silica fume with the replacement of cement keeping constant fiber content and concrete was casted. The extended 3PKT model is validated against a database of tests performed on FRC coupling beams collected from the literature. To account for these effects, existing models from the literature are studied and used.
The 3PKT theory uses 3 degrees of freedom to find the shear strength of members made of conventional concrete.
In order to find the total force-displacement response of the member, the extension of the 2PKT for fibre reinforced concrete deep beam proposed by Tvrznikova is used. Late in the programme, electrochemical noise technique was also examined.
Also it is very important to maintain the water cement ratio within the minimal range, for that we have to use the water reducing admixture i.
In order to take precaution for the loss of life and damage of structures due to the ground motion, it is important to understand the characteristics of the ground motion. This model captures the effect of steel fibres embedded in concrete in three ways: Stage I, carried out at relatively high load levels, represented a study of the fatigue-failure phenomenon but also provided guides for the more detailed study undertaken in Stage II which was devoted to low load conditions under which the main steel deterioration process was corrosion.
The aim of this thesis is to propose an extension of the 3PKT model developed by Mihaylov et al.
Extensive polarisation measurements indicated clear effect of the test condition on the technical variables involved in various measuring techniques viz potentiodynamic and potentiostatic techniques.Turnberry Tower Arlington Final Thesis Report Lawrence P.
Warner Jr. Dr. Riley Construction Management Page | 21 9. Analysis 1 – Window Wall Attachment with Reinforced Concrete. "A Large Displacement Finite Element Analysis of a Reinforced Unpaved Road" abstract | thesis (MB, pdf) Fannin, R.J. () mi-centre.com "Geogrid Reinforcement of Granular Layers on Soft Clay - a Study at Model and Full Scale".
This thesis focuses on the shear behaviour of coupling beams made of fibre reinforced concrete. The aim of this thesis is to propose an extension of the 3PKT model developed by Mihaylov et al. () in order to predict the. POLYPROPYLENE FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE IN RAILWAY CROSSTIES BY ABHISHEK MASTER THESIS Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master.
Strengthening of reinforced concrete two-way slabs Ebead, Usama Ali Ali () Strengthening of reinforced concrete two-way slabs. Doctoral (PhD) thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
FLEXURAL BEHAVIOUR OF STEEL FIBRE REINFORCED CONCRETE TUNNEL LININGS (Thesis format: Monograph) By Martin Blazejowski Graduate Program in Engineering Science.Download