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Fibre reinforced concrete: new design perspectives
Although the use of Fibre Reinforced Concrete (FRC) for structural applications is continuously increasing, it is still limited with respect to its potentials, mainly due to the lack of InternationalExpand
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Distribution of steel fibres in rectangular sections
Abstract In this paper a calculation method is explained to predict the total number of fibres crossing a rectangular section. The largest part of the paper deals with the theoretical calculation ofExpand
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Test and design methods for steel fiber reinforced concrete
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Cracking behaviour of concrete beams reinforced with a combination of ordinary reinforcement and steel fibers
The paper presents an experimental and theoretical study on the cracking behaviour of concrete beams having longitudinal tension reinforcement and various combinations of volume and aspect ratio ofExpand
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Shear – moment analysis of reinforced high strength concrete beams containing steel fibres
This paper concerns the incorporation of steel fibres in singly reinforced high strength concrete beams without stirrups failing under the combined effect of flexure and shear. A new equation forExpand
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Shear domain of fibre-reinforced high-strength concrete beams
This paper concerns the incorporation of steel fibres in singly reinforced high strength concrete beams without stirrups failing under the combined effect of flexure and shear. An analytical modelExpand
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SHEAR CAPACITY OF CONCRETE BEAMS CONTAINING LONGITUDINAL REINFORCEMENT AND STEEL FIBERS. IN: INNOVATIONS IN FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE FOR VALUE
This paper presents results of a large testing program that has been carried out to investigate the shear capacity of concrete beams containing longitudinal reinforcement and steel fibers. Two modelsExpand
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Integration approach of the Couette inverse problem of powder type self-compacting concrete in a wide-gap concentric cylinder rheometer
Abstract For powder type self-compacting concrete (SCC) mixes, commonly used in Belgium, a shear thickening (Herschel–Bulkley) flow behaviour of the fresh mixes is quite often observed. AExpand
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Improved model for plate-end shear of CFRP strengthened RC beams
Abstract In case of RC members strengthened by means of externally bonded reinforcement, a premature failure can be detected in addition to the conventional modes of failure observed in RCExpand
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