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A Study on the Mechanical Properties of Gas Pressure Welded Splices of Deformed Reinforcing Bar
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A Study on the Mechanical Properties of Gas Pressure Welded Splices of Deformed Reinforcing Bar
Jeon, Juntai;
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 Abstract
Reinforcing bar splices are inevitable in reinforced concrete structure. In these days, there are three main types of splices used in reinforced concrete construction site - lapped splice, mechanical splice and welded splice. Low cost, practicality in construction site, less time consuming and high performance make gas pressure welding become a favorable splice method. However, reinforcing bar splice experiences thermal loading history during the welding procedure. This may lead to the presence of residual stress in the vicinity of the splice which affects the fatigue life of the reinforcing bar. Therefore, residual stress analysis and tensile test of the gas pressure welded splice are carried out in order to verify the load bearing capacity of the gas pressure welded splice. The reinforcing bar used in this work is SD400, which is manufactured in accordance with KS D 3504. The results show that the residual stresses in welded splice is relatively small, thus not affecting the performance of the reinforcing bar. Moreover, the strength of the gas pressure welded splice is high enough for the development of yielding in the bar. As such, the reinforcing bar with gas pressure welded splice has enough capacity to behave as continuous bar.
 Keywords
Gas Pressure Welding;Deformed Reinforcing bar;Residual Stress;Three-dimensional Finite Element Analysis;Mechanical Properties;
 Language
Korean
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