PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT.

Wimal Suaris, Surendra P. Shah

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Abstract

Concrete and fiber reinforced concrete beams were tested in a drop-weight, instrumented impact testing machine. During the impact event, loads, deflections and strains were monitored. The modulus of rupture at high strain rates obtained in impact loading was up-to twice that observed at low strain rate (static loading). The influence of matrix mix proportions, relative humidity during curing and the type of fibers (steel, polypropylene and glass) on impact properties are presented.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Structural Engineering
Pages1727-1741
Number of pages15
Volume109
Edition7
StatePublished - Jul 1 1983

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Strain rate
Concretes
Impact testing
Steel fibers
Reinforced concrete
Curing
Polypropylenes
Loads (forces)
Atmospheric humidity
Glass
Fibers

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Suaris, W., & Shah, S. P. (1983). PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT. In Journal of Structural Engineering (7 ed., Vol. 109, pp. 1727-1741)

PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT. / Suaris, Wimal; Shah, Surendra P.

Journal of Structural Engineering. Vol. 109 7. ed. 1983. p. 1727-1741.

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Suaris, W & Shah, SP 1983, PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT. in Journal of Structural Engineering. 7 edn, vol. 109, pp. 1727-1741.
Suaris W, Shah SP. PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT. In Journal of Structural Engineering. 7 ed. Vol. 109. 1983. p. 1727-1741
Suaris, Wimal ; Shah, Surendra P. / PROPERTIES OF CONCRETE SUBJECTED TO IMPACT. Journal of Structural Engineering. Vol. 109 7. ed. 1983. pp. 1727-1741
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