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Volume 11, Issue 6 - Dec 1999
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Change of Substructure Design with Changed Angle of Skew Bridges
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 3~12
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19126.96.36.199
This study presents a suggestion of regulation of skewed slab bridge. In order to find the characteristic behavior of skew bridge, many cases of skew bridges were analyzed with changed angle of skew. The comparison of design methods for cantilever part in pier was also made. It was found that : (1) The lower the skew angle was, the higher the maximum support reaction forces at the end point were. (2) The higher the ratio of L/B was, the higher the maximum support reaction force at the point was. (3) The effect of skew may be neglected for skew angles of
or more. (4) If elastic springs are applied to the boundary conditions to simulate the rubber pad bearings, the results will be more reasonable. (5) The shear deformation effect must be considered in the analysis of cantilever part of substructure. (6) Using strut and tie model to design cantilever part of pier, it will be more simple than finite element method with same accuracy and more accurate than using frame element.
A Study for Numerical Procedure of Strengthening Capacity in Field Structure
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 13~21
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19188.8.131.52
Recently, many strengthening methods are developed to repair damaged structures, especially, steel plate or carbon fiber sheet bonding methods are widely used. For the bonding methods, the strengthening materials are bonded when the original structure is under loading, with causes the difference of initial stresses between original member and bonded material. However, current design method or theory, which mostly depends on ultimately strength design, cannot account the difference of initial stresses between members, and it disregards the reduction of nominal strength. In this study, a new strengthening design theory and program which can account the difference of initial stresses are developed, and applied to the case when a structure in service is repaired. In order to verify the validity of the theory and the program, a test result is referred and compare with the results and it is showed that the calculated values are almost same as the referred data and finally proved that the program is reliable. The results showed that the amount of strengthening material depends on the status of damages of structure, and the nominal strength is reduced depending on the degree of damages.
An Experimental Study on the Creep and Shrinkage for the Segment Concrete in PSC Box Girder Bridge
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 23~34
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19184.108.40.206
In designing PSC box girder bridge, the dead load, prestressing force, creep and shrinkage of concrete are the main factors which influence the camber and deflection of segmental concrete structure under construction. Among these factors the creep and shrinkage are the functions of the time-dependent property which, therefore, must considered with time. The prediction model for estimating creep and shrinkage of concrete has been suggested by ACI, CEB/FIP, JSCE and KSCE design code. In this study the creep and shrinkage test were carried out for four curing ages of concrete which was applied to the pretressed concrete box-girder bridge at a construction site, and the results of test were compared to the values of prediction by the design code. Shrinkage test shows that the test results are similar to KSCE-96 and JSCE-96 but very higher than other prediction model and creep test results are generally similar to ACI-209 and DSCE-96 but lower than other prediction models in contrast to shrinkage test.
The Strengthening Desing Method Considering Damages of Structure
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 35~45
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19220.127.116.11
Recently, many strengthening methods are developed to repair damaged structures, especially, steel plate or carbon fiber sheet bonding methods are widely used. For the bonding methods, the strengthening materials are bonded when the original structure is under loading, which causes difference of initial stresses between original member and bonded material. However, current design method or theory, which mostly depends on ultimately strength design, cannot account the difference of initial stresses between members, and it disregards the reduction of nominal strength. In this study, a new strengthening design theory and program which can account the difference of initial stresses are developed, and applied to the case when a structure in service is repaired. In order to verify the validity of the theory and the program, a test result is referred and compared with the results and it is showed that the calculated values are almost same as the referred data and finally proved that the program is reliable. The results showed that the amount of strengthening material depends on the status of damages of structure, and the nominal strength is reduced depending on the degree of damages.
Similitude in Flexural Bond Behavior of Small-Scale Reinforced Concrete Beams
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 47~57
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1918.104.22.168
The small-scale models have been utilized for the prediction of inelastic behavior of reinforced concrete structures for several decades. The parameters that affect the similitude between the model and prototype are various. Among them, the effect of bond between the model reinforcement and the model concrete is one of the most important factors. The study reported herein is addressed to verifying this similitude in bond behavior. The simple beams which have the lap splice at the midspan were made and flexural tests were performed under two-point loading. The length of lap splice are varied from 0.4ld through 0.7ld and up to 1.0ld where ld is the development length of the reinforcement. The selected scales are 1/1, 1/5, 1/10 and 1/12. Two prototype specimens and three models were tested in addition to the associated material tests and the test results are compared from the viewpoint of similitude.
Realistic Analysis Method for Continuously Block-Placed Mass Concrete Structures Considering Block Size and Sequence of Concrete Placement
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 59~67
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1922.214.171.124
The mass concrete structures are generally constructed in an incremental manner by deviding the whole structures by a series of many blocks. The temperature and stress distributions of any specific block are continuously affected by the blocks placed before and after the specific block. For an accurate analysis of mass concrete structures, the sequence of all the blocks must be accordingly considered including the change of material properties with time for those blocks considered. The purpose of this study is to propose a realistic analysis method which can take into account not only the influence of the sequence, time interval and size of concrete block placement on the temperatures and stresses, but also the change of material properties with time. It is seen from this study that the conventional simplified analysis, which neglects material property changes of some blocks with time and does not consider the effect of adjacent blocks in the analysis, may yield large discrepancies in the temperature and stress distributions of mass concrete structures. This study gives a method to choose the minimum number of blocks required to obtain reasonably accurate results in analysis. The study provides a realistic method which can determine the appropriate size and time interval of block placement, and can be efficiently used in the design and construction of mass concrete structures.
An Analytical Model on the Interface Debonding Failure of RC Beams Strengthened by GFRP
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 69~80
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19126.96.36.199
The strengthening of reinforced concrete structures by externally bonded GFRP has become increasingly common in resent years. However the analysis and design method for GFRP plate strengthening of RC beams is not well established yet. The purpose of present paper is, therefore, to define the failure mechanism and failure behavior of strengthened RC beam using GFRP and then to propose a resonable method for the calculation of interface debonding load for those beams. From the experimental results of beams strengthened by GFRP, the influence of length and thickness, width of plate on the interfacial debonding failure behavior of beam is studied and, on the basis of test results, the semi-empirical equation to predict debonding load is developed. The proposed theory based on nonlinear analysis and critical flexural crack width, predicts relatively well the debonding failure load of test beams and may be efficiently used in the analysis and design of strengthened RC beams using GFRP.
Evaluation of Effective Section Area of Shear Steel in Reinforced Concrete Circular Columns
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 81~88
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19188.8.131.52
In order to properly evaluate the shear strength of reinforced concrete circular columns due to the transverse shear reinforcement, the average of fractions of forces generated along the circular transverse hoops across the shear failure plane in the loading direction is calculated. For this, the center-to-center diameter of circular transverse hoops. spacing and the crack angle measured to the column longitudinal axis are considered. Using these variables, an equation representing the effective section area of circular transverse shear steel is proposed. The study result shows that the constant parameter. used for the calculation of the effective section area of circular hoops over the last 10 years, should not universally be applied any more. The use of the constant parameter may not seriously do harm to the evaluation of shear strength for circular columns with non-seismically designed transverse hoop reinforcement, since it gives slightly conservative results. However. for well-confined circular columns with close spacing or circular steel jacketing. it gives about 20% overestimation of the shear capacity contributed by the transverse hoop steel.
Strengthening Effect Analysis of Circular Concrete Column Strengthened with Laminated CFS
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 89~100
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19184.108.40.206
The purpose of this study is to develop an analytic model of the concrete column strengthened with laminated CFS, and to provide a basic guideline for the strengthening design by CFS considering orthotropic properties of laminate. In this study, an analytical stress-strain model of laminated CFS is presented based on Tsai-Hill failure criterion. This model has been implemented in an algorithm which can evaluate the confinement effect of CFS. Through this algorithm, the stress-strain relationship of confined concrete is obtained and compared with experimental results of other studies. Using the constitutive relationships, section analyses of concrete column strengthened with CFS are done, and load-moment and load-curvature interaction curves are obtained. In addition, the strengthening effects of CFS according to various laminated angles are analyzed. Analytical results show that the strengthening effects of the strengthened concrete columns are significantly different in compression, flexure, and ductility according to the laminated ways. In compressive direction of principal stress shows the superiority, where an in flexural strengthening effects, [0/90]s does. In the aspect of ductility, s shows the best effect.
A Study on the Application of the Electric Arc Furnace Slag Aggregate in Concrete
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 101~111
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19220.127.116.11
Compared with the BF slag, the EAF slag has expansion due to the reaction with water and free CaO. Therefore it is specified in Concrete Specification that the FAP slag aggregated must not be used in concrete. Because of this reason it is unusual to use the EAF slag aggregate in concrete. The EAF slag aggregate treated with accelerated and water aging was comparatively satisfied with fundamental properties, which are specific gravity, unit weight, abrasion and immersion expansion ratio, as concrete aggregate. Therefore when we measured the compressive strength till 28 days, we found that the mortar and concrete replacing the natural aggregate with the EAF slag aggregate by 4 steps had better results than the concrete using the natural aggregate in a view of the compressive strength. But at 91 days, concrete using the EAF slag aggregate had no difference with it using the natural aggregate.
Evaluation of Ultimate Strength Design Equations for Stress Calculation of Unbonded Tendons
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 113~122
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1918.104.22.168
The present study is to investigate the possibility of overestimation or underestimation when the ACI Code equations are used to evaluate the unbonded tendon stress. An experimental program was planned with 6 beams which divided into two groups. Each group consisted of 3 beams to check the possibility of overestimation or underestimation of unbonded tendon stress. The experimental results were also compared with various design equations including the one proposed by Moon and Lim. It was proven that the ACI Code equations may overestimate or underestimate the unbonded tendon stress in certain cases.
A Study on the Mechanical Properties of Concrete using Garnet Powder with Industrial By-Products
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 123~130
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1922.214.171.124
In a preceding study(1), the using method of garnet powder has been studies through the various investigation of basic material properties on garnet powder, industrial by-products generated in Yungju, Kyungpook. In this study, the various properties of concrete mixed with garnet powder are examined as following condition : Unit weight of water (170kg/㎥), water-binder ratio W/B (53, 55 and 58%), sand-aggregate ratio (S/A) (43, 45 and 48%), substitutional ratio of garnet powder of 0, 5, 10, 15 and 20%. Slump increased a little as the substitutional ratio of garnet increased. Air content decreased a little at the substitutional ratio of 10%. or more. Though there is a little difference in compressive strength according to the W/B and the substitutional ratio, compressive strength of concrete using garnet exceeded that of plain concrete a little in the range of the substitutional ration of 5 to 15%. Also, There is a similar tendency in the tensile and flexural strength. Therefore, the use of garnet powder with industrial by-products is expected to improve the workability and the strength of concrete.
An Experimental Study on the Flexural Ductility of Doubly Reinforced Concrete Beams with Different Concrete Strength
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 131~140
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19126.96.36.199
This paper presents a study on the flexural ductility of reinforced concrete beams, 16beams with different concrete strength, reinforcement ratio, reinfo- rcement strength. For the purpose of inducing flexural failure, the reinforce ratio (
') was made not to be more than
b in accordance with ACi code 318-89. From the test results, it is found that in case of a concrete strength increased from 240 to 650kg/
, the displacement and curvature ductility factore are increased by about 31-231 percents. And also increased in case of increased from 650 to 900kg/
, but the increasing ratio is gradually decreasing accoding to a concrete strength increases. And also found that as the Double Re-bar Ratio ((
b) increases, so the displacement and curvature ductility ratio would decrease, but in case of increased from 650 to /
the decreasing ration is bigger than in case of increased from 240 to
Evaluation on Flexural Behavior of Double-tee Slabs with the Least Depth from Optimization Process
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 141~152
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19188.8.131.52
Precast prestressed double-tee slab may be designed by the PCI Design Handbook. It is based on the bridge construction and is required for reorganization for the use of buildings in the domestic construction environments. Much enhanced sections are developed from the reforming process on the determined design factors in the previous experimental works on double tees. Pre-determined shape, reinforcement detail, and 5000 psi concrete strength can not be expected as the best solution for the domestic construction requirements because large amount of use on that systems are anticipated. Flexural tests are performed on four full-scale 12.5m proto-type models, "least depth double tee", which are resulted from the optimization process. Domestic superimposed live load regulation, domestic material properties which is available to product, building design requirements and economy in construction are considered as the main factors to establish. the first two sections are double tee section for 1.2 ton/
market live load with straight and one-point depressed strands and the second two are for 0.6 ton/
parking live load with those strand types. All of the specimens tested fully comply with the flexural strength requirements as specified by ACI 318-95. However, the research has shown that following improved considerations are needed for better result in practice. The locations and method of connection for the lowest bottom mild bar, connection method between precast and cast-in-place concrete, and dap-end reinforcement are need to be improved.
Study on the Factor of Water Retention Capacity of Cement Mortar by Hydroxyalkyl Methylcellulose Ether
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 153~160
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19184.108.40.206
Water soluble hydroxyalkyl methycellulose ethers are used in a variety of applications incluing building industry as a supplementary agent used for incresing adhesives, water retention capacity, workability and viscosity modify. Water retention capacity(WRC) is the capability to contain water in the ploymer chain under condition of being mixed with cement. In general, the WRC is affected by the viscosity, the adding amount, the particle size, the rate of dissolving and the amount of substituted chemical in cellulose ethers. In the other words, WRC is increased as higher the viscosity, more adding amount, finer the particle size and longer the dissolving time of cellulose ethers. This thesis investigated each factor that effect the WRC, particularly the relation between degree of substitution(DS), molar of substitution(MS) and WRC. It is observed that WRC is not nearly affected by DS of cellulose ethers, but is changes proportionally as MS increases in the narrow range(0.10~2.25)
Measured and Predicted Column Shortening of a Tall Reinforced Concrete Building
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 161~170
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19220.127.116.11
The KLCC Petronas Tower 2, one of the world tallest twin reinforced concrete towers constructed in Kuala Lumpur, Malysia, was instrumented during construction for the measurement of vertical time-dependent deformation of columns and corewall. Field measurements were made by means of vibrating wire strain gauges at the corewall, tower and bustle perimeter columns at selected floor levels of the building. Parallel to this observation, laboratory tests were performed on concrete cylinders made in the field in order to obtain the variations of concrete compressive strengths, elastic moduli, strains of creep and shrinkage with time. Monitored vertical deformations are in a good agreement with the prediction based on actual construction sequence and concrete properties from laboratory tests, as well as the analytical results reflected in actual column compensation of the building.
Influence of Loading on the Corrosion of Reinforcing Bar
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 171~179
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1918.104.22.168
The present research investigated the interaction among loading level, corrosion rate and flexural deflection of reinforced concrete beams. 10cm
110cm reinforced concrete beams were prepared and subjected to different levels of flexural loading, including 0%, 45% and 75% of the ultimate load. The beams with either a pre-load or a sustained load were also exposed to a laboratory environment with ponding and wetting/drying cycling at room temperature. Half cell potential and galvanized current measurements were taken to monitor corrosion process of reinforcing steel. After corrosion initiation, external current was applied to some of the beams to accelerate corrosion propagation. The beam deflections were recorded during the entire tests. The results indicate that loading level has significant effect on corrosion rate. The beams under a sustained load had much higher corrosion rate than the pre-loaded and then unloaded beams. Significant corrosion may result in an increase in beam deflection and affect serviceability of the structure. The present research may provide an insight into structural condition evaluation and service life predictions of reinforced concrete.
Study on Strain Localization and Progressive Failure of Concrete
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 181~192
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.1922.214.171.124
The progressive failure following strain localization in concrete can be analyzed effectively using finite element modeling of fracture process zone of concrete with a finite element embedded discontinuity. In this study, a finite element with embedded discontinuous line is utilized for the analysis of progressive failure in concrete. The finite element with embedded discontinuity is a kind of discrete crack element, but the difficulties in discrete crack approach such as remeshing or adding new nodes along with crack growth can be avoided. Using a discontinuous shape function for this element, the displacement discontinuity is embedded within an element and its constitutive equation is modeled from the modeling of fracture process zone. The element stiffness matrix is derived and its dual mapping technique for numerical integration is employed. Then, a finite element analysis program with employed algorithms is developed and failure analysis results using developed finite element program are verified through the comparison with experimental data and other analysis results.
Corrosion Characteristics of Steel Reinforcements Induced by Internal Chlorides in Concrete and Determination of Chloride Thresholds
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 11, issue 3, 1999, Pages 193~203
DOI : 10.22636/JKCI.19126.96.36.199
The corrosion of steel reinforcements in concrete is of great concern in recent years. This study is focused on the corrosion behavior of steel bars induced by internal chlorides in concrete at early ages. The main objective of this study is to determine the chloride thresholds causing depassivation and active corrosion of steel reinforcement in concrete. To examine the threshold concentration of chloride ion, the half-cell potential, chemical composition of expressed pore solutions of concrete and the rate of corosion area of the specimens were measured. Major variables include the added amount of chlorides in concrete, types of binders, and water-to-binder ration. From the present comprehensive experimental results, the factors influencing chloride-induced corrosion are investigated, and the chloride thresholds causing active corrosion of steel bars are proposed. The present study will enable to specify the realistic chloride limit in concrete which can be used in the future technical specification.