Go to the main menu
Skip to content
Go to bottom
REFERENCE LINKING PLATFORM OF KOREA S&T JOURNALS
> Journal Vol & Issue
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute
Journal Basic Information
Journal DOI :
Korea Concrete Institute
Editor in Chief :
Volume & Issues
Volume 20, Issue 6 - Dec 2008
Volume 20, Issue 5 - Oct 2008
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Aug 2008
Volume 20, Issue 3 - Jun 2008
Volume 20, Issue 2 - Apr 2008
Volume 20, Issue 1 - Feb 2008
Selecting the target year
Relation between Autogenous Shrinkage of Concrete and Relative Humidity, Capillary Pressure, Surface Energy in Pore
Lee, Chang-Soo ; Park, Jong-Hyok ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 131~138
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.131
Humidity and strain were estimated for understanding the relation between humidity change by self-desiccation and shrinkage in high-performance concrete with low water binder ratio. Internal humidity change and shrinkage strain were about 10%, 4% and
respectively on concrete with water binder ratio 0.3, 0.4 and from the results, humidity change and shrinkage represented the strong linear relation regardless of mixture. For specifying the relation on internal humidity change and autogenous shrinkage strain, shrinkage model was established which is driven by capillary pressure in pore water and surface energy in hydrates on the assumption of a single network and extended meniscus in pore system of concrete. This model and experimental results had a similar tendency so it would be concluded that the internal humidity change by self-desiccation in HPC originated in small pores less than 20 nm, therefore controlling plan on autogenous shrinkage might be focused on surface tension of water and degree of saturation in small pore.
The Experimental Comparison of the Uniaxial and Biaxial Tensile Strengths of Concretes
Oh, Hong-Seob ; Zi, Goang-Seup ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 139~146
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.139
The characteristics of the biaxial flexural tensile strength of concretes was compared to that of the uniaxial strength. The uniaxial and biaxial strengths in this study were obtained from the classical modulus of rupture test and the biaxial flexural test recently developed by Zi and Oh and Zi et al., respectively. Three different sizes were considered to investigate the effect of the size of aggregates. To estimate the stochastic aspect of the strength, 32 specimens were used for each test. The average biaxial flexural fracture strength was about 20% greater than the uniaxial test. At the same time, the coefficient of variation for the biaxial test was 18% greater than the uniaxial test. This means that the probability of the biaxial cracking can be greater than the uniaxial cracking.
A Study for the Adaptation of Simulation of Uniaxial Compressive Strength Test for Concrete in 3-Dimensional Particle Bonded Model
Lee, Hee-Kwang ; Jeon, Seok-Won ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 147~156
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.147
In an uniaxial compressive test of a concrete standard specimen (150
300 mm) the crack initiation and extension with the stress increase are the major reason of the failure, which is similar to the breakage of the particle bonding in the simulation by using particle bonded model, especially particle flow code in 3 dimensions (PFC3D) developed by Itasca Consulting Group Inc. That is the main motive to study the possibility of an uniaxial compressive strength test simulation. It is important to investigate the relationship between the micro-parameters and the macro-properties because the 3-dimensional particle bonded model uses the spherical particles to analyze the physical phenomena. Contact bonded model used herein has eight micro-parameters and there are five macro-properties; Young's modulus, Poisson's ratio, uniaxial compressive strength and the crack initiation stress and the ratio concerning the crack propagation with the stress. To simulate the compressive test we made quantitative relationships between the micro-parameters and the macro-properties by using the fractional factorial design and various sensitivity analyses including regression analysis, which result in the good agreement with the previous studies. Also, the stress-stain curve and the crack distribution over the specimen given by PFC3D showed the mechanical behavior of the concrete standard specimen under the uniaxial compression. It is concluded that the particle bonded model can be a good tool for the analyzing the mechanical behavior of concrete under the uniaxial compressive load.
Application of Heat Pipe for Hydration Heat Control of Mass Concrete
Baek, Dong-Il ; Kim, Myung-Sik ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 157~164
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.157
In order to raise efficiency in construction, construction period, construction costs etc. that have been problematic in the methods of hydration heat reduction thus far, this study has developed a new method. The principle of the developed construction method involves the laying of a heat conducting medium such as the heat pipe in the concrete, and through the fast conduction of heat by the heat pipe, the hydration heat occurring within the mass concrete is transferred to the exterior by which the internal hydration heat is reduced. If the study results of the onsite test are summarized, on application of existing hydration heat reduction methods, the highest temperature was reached in about 2
4 days, but when the heat pipe of this study was used, the period was reduced to within 24 hours. Moreover, when the thermal crack index was calculated with the method using the heat pipe as developed in this study, a value of 1.2 or higher was revealed, which is a level that can restrict the occurrence of cracks. Therefore, when the hydration heat control method using the heat pipe as developed in this study is applied, not only the effects of construction efficiency and reduction in construction period, but also outstanding economical effects can be expected.
The Bond Characteristics of Deformed Bars in Recycled Coarse Aggregates Concrete (RCAC)
Jeon, Su-Man ; Yun, Hyun-Do ; Choi, Ki-Sun ; You, Young-Chan ; Kim, Keung-Hwan ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 165~173
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.165
One of the most important requirements for reinforced concrete constructions is the bond behavior between concrete and reinforcement. For practical application, it is very important to study bond behavior of reinforcing bars in recycled aggregate concrete (RAC). Thirty six pull-out tests were carried out in order to investigate the bond behaviour between recycled coarse aggregate concrete (RCAC) and deformed bars. RCA replacement ratios (i.e., 0%, 30%, 60% and 100%) and positions of deformed bar (i.e., vertical and horizontal position) were considered as variables in this paper. Each specimen was in the form of a cube, with edges of 150 mm in length and for the pull-out tests, a deformed bar, 13 mm in diameter, was embedded in the center of each specimen. Based on the test results, the bond strength between the RCAC and deformed bars were influenced by both RCA replacement ratios and positions of deformed bars. It was found that under the equivalent mix proportion (i.e., the mix proportions are the same, except for different RCA replacement ratios), the bond strength between the RCAC and the ribbed bar has no obvious relation with the RCA replacement ratio, whereas the positions of deformed bars have a significant effect on the bond behavior between the RCAC and deformed bars. Under the condition of same RCA replacement ratio, the specimen of horizontal reinforcement at upper position (HU type) appear considerably low bond stress.
Mechanical Properties of the High Flowing Self-Compacting Concrete for Members of Bridge Overcrowded Arrangement of Bar
Choi, Yun-Wang ; Kim, Yong-Jic ; Kang, Hyun-Jin ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 175~183
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.175
Domestically, application of High Flowing Self-Compacting Concrete (HSCC) is limited to building structures and it is difficult to find examples of application in civil infrastructural constructions. However, in the case of North America and Europe, by introducing precast and prestressed system, HSCC is being used for high-density reinforced bridge members. Hence it is assessed that broadening the utilization of HSCC into areas such as bridges and civil construction is required. Therefore in this research, to apply HSCC to high-density reinforced bridge members, ground granulated blast-furnace slag and fly ash were mixed in binary and ternary systems. Also the dynamical characteristics of HSCC, following 1st class regulations of Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), were assessed to enable application on high-density reinforced structures. The test results revealed ternary system mixture showed better mechanical characteristics than binary system mixture and the application on high-density reinforced precast bridge members seems possible.
New Suggestion of Effective Moment of Inertia for Beams Reinforced with the Deformed GFRP Rebar
Sim, Jong-Sung ; Oh, Hong-Seob ; Ju, Min-Kwan ; Lim, Jun-Hyun ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 185~191
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.185
To fundamentally solve the problem of deterioration of concrete structures, it has been researched that the high durable concrete structure reinforced with the FRP rebar can be one of major solution to the newly-developed concrete structure. FRP rebar has lots of advantages such as non-corrosive, high performance and light weight against the conventional steel rebar. Among these kinds of FRP rebars, GFRP rebar has usually been considered as the best reinforcement because of its economic point of view. Even though the material capacity of the GFRP rebar was already investigated, there are some problems such as low modulus of elastic that will be cause for degrade of the serviceability of flexural concrete member reinforced with the GFRP rebar. Thus, the deflection characteristics of the GFRP rebar reinforced concrete structure should be considered then investigated. In this study, ACI 440 guideline (2003), ISIS Canada Design Manual (2001) and Toutanji et al. (2000) was considered for predicting the moment of inertia of the concrete beam reinforced with the GFRP rebar. And it was also evaluated that load-deflection relationship had a good accordance with the test and analysis result. In the result of this study, it could be estimated that the load-deflection relationship using the suggested equation of moment of inertia in this study indicated better accordance with the test result than that of the others until failure.
Safety of Ductility Demand Based Seismic Design for Circular RC Bridge Columns
Lee, Jae-Hoon ; Hwang, Jung-Kil ; Choi, Jin-Ho ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 193~202
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.193
Seismic design for bridge columns of the current Korea Highway Bridge Design Specifications which adopt full ductility design concept results in reinforcement congestion problems in construction site. It is due to large amount of confining steel is required even for small ductility demand which is a normal case in low and moderate seismicity regions like Korean peninsular. Therefore a new seismic design method based on limited ductility concept was proposed, which is called ductility demand based design method. It uses the new confining steel design equation considering ductility demand and aspect ratio of the column as well as material strength. The purpose of this study is to verify safety of the ductility demand based design method by the confining steel design equation. Eighty nine circular column test results are selected and investigated in terms of ductility factor and its safety. The safety factor for the circular column test results ranges between 1.11 and 3.98, and the average is 1.90. In this paper, the basic concept and detailed design procedure of the ductility demand based design method are also introduced as well as the investigation of the safety with respect to the major variables in confining steel design.
Behavioral Characteristics and Energy Dissipation Capacity of Short Coupling Beams with Various Reinforcement Layouts
Eom, Tae-Sung ; Park, Hong-Gun ; Kang, Su-Min ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 203~212
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.203
The cyclic behavior and energy dissipation mechanism of short coupling beams with various reinforcement layouts were studied. For numerical analysis of coupling beams, nonlinear truss model was used. The results of numerical analysis showed that the coupling beams with conventional reinforcement layout showed pinched cyclic behavior without significant energy dissipation, whereas the coupling beams with diagonal reinforcement exhibited stable cyclic behavior without pinching. The energy dissipation of the coupling beams was developed mainly by diagonal reinforcing bars developing large plastic strains rather than concrete which is a brittle material Based on this result, simplified equations for evaluating the energy dissipation of coupling beams were developed. For verification, the predicted energy dissipation was compared with the test results. The results showed that the simplified equations can predict the energy dissipation of short coupling beams with shear span-to-depth ratio less than 1.25 with reasonable precision, addressing various design parameters such as reinforcement layout, shear span-to-depth ratio, and the magnitude of inelastic displacement. The proposed energy equations can be easily applied to performance-based seismic evaluation and design of reinforced concrete structures and members.
Effective Beam Width for Flat-Plate Systems Having Edge Beams under Lateral Loads
Han, Sang-Whan ; Cho, Ja-Ock ; Park, Young-Mi ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 213~219
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.213
The purpose of this study is to propose frame analysis method for flat plate slabs having edge beam under lateral loads. Flat plate system is defined as the system only with slab of uniform thickness and column. However, the slab system generally incorporate edge beams at exterior connection in actual design. ACI 318 (2005) allows three methods for conducting flat plate system analysis subjected to lateral loads. There are the finite element method (FEM), the equivalent frame method (EFM), and the effective beam width method (EBWM). Among methods, the EBWM enables us to analyze practically by substituting the actual slab to beam element. In this model, the beam element has a thickness equal to that of the slab, and effective beam width equal to some fraction of the slab transverse width. However, the established EBWM was generally proposed for variables of geometry or stiffness reduction factor and seldom proposed for the effect of edge beams. This study verifies that, in the case of flat plate system having edge beams at exterior connections, the lateral stiffness is considerably larger than without edge beams. Therefore it need to analysis method for considered the effect of edge beams. In this study, an analysis model is proposed for the flat plate system having edge beams under lateral loads by considering the effect of edge beams. To verify the accuracy of proposed model, this study compared results of the proposed EBWM with results of FEM of flat plate systems having edge beams under lateral loads. Also, the proposed approach is compared with experimental results of former research.
Axial Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Columns Externally Strengthened with Unbonded Wire Rope and T-Shaped Steel Plate
Yang, Keun-Hyeok ; Sim, Jae-Il ; Byun, Hang-Yong ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 221~229
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.221
An improved unbonded-type column strengthening procedure using wire rope and T-shaped steel plate units was proposed. Eight strengthened columns and an unstrengthened control column were tested under concentric axial load. The main variables considered were the volume ratio of wire rope and the flange width and configuration of T-shaped steel plates. Axial load capacity and ductility ratio of columns tested were compared with predictions obtained from the equation specified in ACI 318-05 and those of conventionally tied columns tested by Chung et al., respectively. In addition, a mathematical model was proposed to evaluate the complete stress-strain relationship of concrete confined by the wire rope and T-plate units. Test results showed that the axial load capacity and ductility of columns increased with the increase of the volume ratio of wire rope and the flange width of T-plates. In particular, at the same lateral reinforcement index, a much higher ductility ratio was observed in the strengthened columns having the volume ratio of wire rope above 0.0039 than in the tied columns. A mathematical model for the stress-strain relationship of confined concrete using the proposed strengthening procedure is developed. The predicted stress-strain curves were in good agreement with test results.
Flexural Experiment of PSC-Steel Mixed Girders and Evaluation for Analyses on Tangentional Stiffness of Connection
Kim, Kwang-Soo ; Jung, Kwang-Hoe ; Sim, Chung-Wook ; Yoo, Sung-Won ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 231~237
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.231
This study was performed to evaluate joint behavior of prestressed concrete(PSC)-steel mixed girders through the flexural test of 14 beams according to embedded length, amount of reinforcing steel, stud arrangement, and prestressing force. All test beams were failed by turns of desertion of reinforcing steel, stud, and steel plate. From test results, prestressing force was more effective on performance of connection than stud arrangement and reinforcing steel. And the spacing of stud is also more effective than embedding length. This paper also presented 3D nonlinear analysis considering the slip of composite section as well as the static load tests of PSC-steel mixed girders. According to the slip modulus, the nonlinear analysis showed that the behavior of hybrid girders could be divided into three parts as full-composite, partial-composite and non-composite. However, the experimental results showed that the PSC-steel hybrid girders with shear connectors took the part of partial composite action in ultimate load stage. In addition, it was founded that stud shear connectors and welded reinforcements were contributed to improve the ultimate strength of hybrid girders for about 20%.
Pseudo-Ductile Hybrid FRP Sheet for Strengthening Reinforced Concrete Beams
Ha, Sang-Su ; Choi, Dong-Uk ; Lee, Chin-Yong ; Kim, Kil-Hee ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 239~247
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.239
Use of both carbon fiber (CF) and glass fiber (GF) at the same time to strengthen existing flexural members was exploited. Using a proper volumetric GF / CF ratio, the CF can rupture first followed by subsequent rupture of GF at higher stress and strain showing a pseudo-ductile behavior. A theoretical study indicated that the ratio is 4.62 : 1 and higher where the pseudoductile effect can be shown. Flexural tests of plain concrete beams strengthened using fibers were first carried out. Hybrid FRP sheet using 8.8 : 1 ratio was then fabricated and the sheet was used to strengthen reinforced concrete beams. The RC beams strengthened using 1-ply and 2-ply hybrid sheets both revealed increased strength over a non-strengthened beam and ductile flexural behavior. A comparable beam strengthened using CF also showed increased strength but with limited ductility.
Development of Three Dimensional Analysis Method of High-Rise Buildings Considering the Construction Sequence and the Inelastic Behavior
Yang, Joo-Kyoung ; Seol, Hyun-Cheol ; Kim, Jin-Keun ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 249~256
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.249
With consideration of the ongoing construction of high-rise buildings, it is becoming increasingly important to be able to accurately predict the behavior of them on the stage of design, construction and service. Even though many researchers have developed the analysis method to predict the behavior of high-rise buildings, their studies were based on the two dimensional frame structures composed of line elements such as beams and columns. Recently the high-rise buildings with flat-plate system is widely used because of its advantages. In this study a three dimensional analysis method is developed to analyze the behavior of the high-rise buildings with flat-plate system since it is difficult to model the structural systems reasonably with the existing two dimensional analysis method. The analysis method considered the construction sequence including the temporary work such as installation of form, removal of form, installation of shore, and removal of shore. Line elements were used to describe columns, beams, and shores and plate elements were used to model slabs. The creep and drying shrinkage of concrete were also considered to account for the inelastic behavior of concrete.
Estimation of Flexural and Shear Strength for Steel Fiber Reinforced Flexural Members without Shear Reinforcements
Oh, Young-Hun ; Kim, Jeong-Hae ;
Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute, volume 20, issue 2, 2008, Pages 257~267
DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2008.20.2.257
Results of seventy-seven specimens tested by this study and previous research were collected and evaluated to propose the flexural strength and shear strength for flexural members with steel fiber concrete. For strength evaluation, structural parameters such as compressive strength, steel fiber content, tensile reinforcement ratio, and shear span to effective depth ratio are involved. The proposed equations for flexural and shear strength are regarded to give a good prediction for the strength of steel fiber reinforced composite and/or RC beams to compare with equations by previous researchers. Especially, the proposed shear strength equation in this study shows the lowest the mean value, the coefficient of variation and the error ratio among predictions by several equations. Therefore, equations for shear strength and flexure strength, which are proposed in this study are to be useful measure to predict the actual behavior and failure mode of steel fiber reinforced composite beams.