REINFORCEMENT ANCHORAGE SLIP UNDER MONOTONIC LOADING

@article{Alsiwat1992REINFORCEMENTAS,
  title={REINFORCEMENT ANCHORAGE SLIP UNDER MONOTONIC LOADING},
  author={Jaber M. Alsiwat and Murat Saatcioglu},
  journal={Journal of Structural Engineering-asce},
  year={1992},
  volume={118},
  pages={2421-2438}
}
An analytical procedure is proposed for the force‐deformation relationship of a reinforcing bar anchored in concrete. The procedure leads to computation of deformations in two parts, as extension and slippage. The extension of reinforcement is determined by establishing inelastic strain distribution along the embedment length of the bar. Constant average bond along the elastic length and frictional bond over the plastic length are assumed. The rigid body slippage of the bar is computed when the… Expand
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