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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.18.2016.tde-31032016-143003
Document
Author
Full name
Clayton Moreira de Castro
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2002
Supervisor
Committee
El Debs, Ana Lúcia Homce de Cresce (President)
Hanai, João Bento de
Pinto Júnior, Newton de Oliveira
Title in Portuguese
Concreto de alto desempenho: estudo da aderência com a armadura sob ações repetidas
Keywords in Portuguese
Ação repetida
Aderência
Concreto armado
Concreto de alto desempenho
Abstract in Portuguese
A premissa básica para se ter concreto armado é a existência de aderência entre o concreto e o aço. Vários fatores influenciam o comportamento da aderência, o que torna o fenômeno complexo. Em contraste como nível de informações sobre o comportamento da aderência, não existem resultados suficientes quanto à aderência em concreto de alto desempenho (CAD) e o efeito da adição repetida no comportamento da ligação aço-concreto. Neste contexto, o objetivo principal deste trabalho foi analisar a aderência em CAD sob ação repetida. Foram realizados ensaio das quatro barras e arrancamento e desenvolvido método de instrumentação interna de barras. Foram analisadas duas séries de ensaios de arrancamento, que diferiam no grau de confinamento máximo da amplitude. Outro ponto que teve especial atenção foi a distribuição de tensões de aderência. Verificou-se que o comportamento da aderência em CAD é qualitativamente o mesmo de concretos usuais. Entretanto, devido à natureza frágil do CAD, mesmo em concreto confinado, a pintura dos modelos foi por fendilhamento. Quanto à distribuição de tensões de aderência, a aplicação de um carregamento repetido prévio não afeta a distribuição de tensões, alterando somente a ordem de grandeza das tensões alcançadas durante o andamento do ensaio.
Title in English
High performance concrete: study of bond with the reinforcement under repeated actions
Keywords in English
Bond
High performance concrete
Reinforced concrete
Repeated action
Abstract in English
The basic premise for having reinforced concrete is the existence of bond between concrete and steel. Various factors influence the behaviour of the bond, which makes the phenomenon complex. In contrast with the level of information about the behaviour of the bond, there are insufficient results concerning bond in High Performance Concrete (HPC) and the effect of repeated action on the behaviour of the steel-concrete ligation. In this context, the main objective of this work was to analyse the bond in HPC under repeated action. Controlled tests were carried out, four bars and pullout and a method of internal instrumentation of the bars was developed. Two series of pull-out test were analysed, which differed in the degree of bar confinement. In reference to repeated action, the number of cycles and the level of maximum load of amplitude were analysed. Another aspect which had special attention was the distribution of bond stress. It was verified that the behaviour of the bond in HPC is qualitatively the same as normal concrete. However, due to the brittle nature of HPC, even in confined concrete, the failures of the models were by splitting. In reference to the distribution of bond stress, the application of a previously repeated load does not affect the distribution of stress, altering only the order of magnitude of the reached stress during the testing.
 
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2016-03-31
 
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