Ultimate Experiment of Ruptured Concrete Beams Strengthened Using GFRP-Sheet after Fatigue Loads

@inproceedings{Tata2015UltimateEO,
  title={Ultimate Experiment of Ruptured Concrete Beams Strengthened Using GFRP-Sheet after Fatigue Loads},
  author={Arbain Tata and Herman Parung and Wihardi Tjaronge and Rudy Djamaluddin Rudy Djamaluddin},
  year={2015}
}
  • Arbain Tata, Herman Parung, +1 author Rudy Djamaluddin Rudy Djamaluddin
  • Published 2015
  • Materials Science
  • An experimental study has been carried out to investigate the structural behavior of beam which was strengthened by glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP-S). The Experimental was carried out to determine the effect of fatigue loads on flexural capacity of reinforced concrete beams. Each specimen was 6 m long with 300x500 mm rectangular cross section. Each specimen was treated with different loads. In this study using two different loads applied to the beam was static loads and fatigue loads… CONTINUE READING

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