Study of the Behavior of Beam due to the Variation in Strength of Concrete and Steel Bars
Urban and Regional Planning
Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2018, Pages: 6-10
Received: Oct. 29, 2017; Accepted: Dec. 1, 2017; Published: Jan. 19, 2018
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Al Amin, Department of Civil Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi, Bangladesh
Md. Shamim Al Razib, Department of Civil Engineering, Rajshahi University of Engineering & Technology, Rajshahi, Bangladesh
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Abstract
RCC structures are primarily based with beams and columns. In general, the compressive strength of concrete and the yield strength of steel are specified in the design process. Compressive strength of concrete depends on a number of factors and generally shows some degree of variation from the desired strength. On the other hand, reinforcing bars with higher yield strength than that recommended in the Bangladesh National Building Code is available in the market and being used in construction. So, in practical cases, after casting the compressive strength as well as the tensile strength are not generally achieved as desired. Therefore, increase in yield strength of steel and decrease in compressive strength of concrete may have adverse effects on the flexural behavior of beams. This study includes the behavior of reinforced concrete beam due to this variation in strengths. This study shows that how certain beam behaves due to the variation of strength. Besides, reduction in ductility is also observed due to strength variation in the properties of the major constituent materials. A complete theoretical analysis along with some experimental investigation is presented in this paper.
Keywords
Ductility, High-Strength Steel, Bangladesh National Building Code (BNBC), Beam Behavior
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Al Amin, Md. Shamim Al Razib, Study of the Behavior of Beam due to the Variation in Strength of Concrete and Steel Bars, Urban and Regional Planning. Vol. 3, No. 1, 2018, pp. 6-10. doi: 10.11648/j.urp.20180301.12
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