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|Title:||Performance evaluation of deep beams using self-compacting concrete subjected to corrosion|
Bibesh Nambiar C.
|Citation:||Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering , Vol. 99 , , p. 97 - 107|
|Abstract:||Effect of corrosion on RCC–SCC deep beams subjected to three different percentages of corrosion have been investigated in the present study. These SCC mixes were designed for obtaining a cube strength of M-30 grade using river sand as finer portions of the aggregate and 12.5 mm downsize jelly as coarse aggregate. Design of SCC reinforced concrete deep beams was carried out as per IS-456:2000 and the accelerated corrosion technique has been employed for carrying out the corrosion. All the trial SCC mixes were subjected to different flow ability tests in order to evaluate their SCC property as per the EFNARC guidelines. From the obtained test results, it can be observed that for the lower percentage of corrosion decrease in ultimate flexural strength was observed due to decrease in arch action. Further with increase in percentage of corrosion showed an increased ultimate flexural strength due to increase in arch action. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd 2021.|
|Appears in Collections:||2. Conference Papers|
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