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Title: Performance evaluation of steel fiber-reinforced deep beams using self-compacting concrete
Authors: Manjunath R.
Narasimhan M.C.
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering , Vol. 99 , , p. 109 - 119
Abstract: Reinforced self-compacting deep beams were developed, and their performance with varying percentages of steel fibers has been investigated in the present research. Fine aggregate being river sand along with 12.5 mm downsize jelly as coarse aggregate, and all the concrete mixes were proportioned for attaining a strength of M-30 grade concrete. Based on standard code IS: 456-2000, all the reinforced SCC deep beams were designed. As per the EFNARC guidelines, all the SCC mixes were subjected to different flowability tests for ascertaining the concrete as SCC mixes. Test results concluded that the ultimate flexural strength of the reinforced concrete deep beams increased with the increase in the percentage of steel fibers due to the better stitching actions of the steel fibers with the cementitious matrix. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd 2021.
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