The paper examines the effect of variations in the magnitude of Young's modulus and ultimate tensile strength of fiber reinforced plastic (FRP) plates on the potential changes in the flexural ultimate load of simply supported reinforced concrete (RC) beams with externally bonded FRP plates in the absence and/or presence of plate peeling. Provided also is a quantitative treatment of the critical values of the FRP modulus of elasticity associated with various failure mode transitions or changes.
|Title of host publication||FRP Composites in Civil Engineering. Proceedings of the International Conference on FRP composites in Civil Engineering|
|Place of Publication||Oxford, United Kingdom|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2001|
- failure analysis
- fiber reinforced materials
- modulus of elasticity
- quantitative analysis
- reinforced concrete
- fiber reinforced plastic
- concrete beam
Hassanen, M. A. H., Raoof, M., & Teng, J. G. (Ed.) (2001). Influence of plate young's modulus and ultimate tensile strength on the failure modes of FRP plated RC beams. In FRP Composites in Civil Engineering. Proceedings of the International Conference on FRP composites in Civil Engineering (pp. 457-465). Oxford, United Kingdom.