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Dependence of ultimate bond stress on bonded anchor carrying cpacity

BAJER, M. BARNAT, J.

Originální název

Dependence of ultimate bond stress on bonded anchor carrying cpacity

Anglický název

Dependence of ultimate bond stress on bonded anchor carrying cpacity

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en

Originální abstrakt

This article describes an analysis of bonded anchors exposed to a tensile load. The results of the experiments performed give a global view of the influence of particular design parameters on the bearing capacity of anchor joints. An anchor's behaviour during its service life is affected by many parameters, such as the material characteristics of steel bolts, the characteristics of the base material (usually concrete), the bonding material's characteristics (glue or mortar), the installation process and the placing of the anchor, the influence of the concrete reinforcement, the tightening moment, the load type, etc. The experiments described in this paper are focused on problems with bond stress quality.

Anglický abstrakt

This article describes an analysis of bonded anchors exposed to a tensile load. The results of the experiments performed give a global view of the influence of particular design parameters on the bearing capacity of anchor joints. An anchor's behaviour during its service life is affected by many parameters, such as the material characteristics of steel bolts, the characteristics of the base material (usually concrete), the bonding material's characteristics (glue or mortar), the installation process and the placing of the anchor, the influence of the concrete reinforcement, the tightening moment, the load type, etc. The experiments described in this paper are focused on problems with bond stress quality.

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@article{BUT49246,
  author="Miroslav {Bajer} and Jan {Barnat}",
  title="Dependence of ultimate bond stress on bonded anchor carrying cpacity",
  annote="This article describes an analysis of bonded anchors exposed to a tensile load. The results of the experiments performed give a global view of the influence of particular design parameters on the bearing capacity of anchor joints. An anchor's behaviour during its service life is affected by many parameters, such as the material characteristics of steel bolts, the characteristics of the base material (usually concrete), the bonding material's characteristics (glue or mortar), the installation process and the placing of the anchor, the influence of the concrete reinforcement, the tightening moment, the load type, etc. The experiments described in this paper are focused on problems with bond stress quality.",
  chapter="49246",
  journal="Slovak Journal of Civil Emgineering",
  number="4",
  volume="2009",
  year="2009",
  month="december",
  pages="1--7",
  type="journal article - other"
}