Reinforced Concrete: Design, Performance and Applications

Sharon Robinson (Editor)

Series: Construction Materials and Engineering
BISAC: TEC005000

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Concrete is one of the most used materials in the construction industry. In structural systems, the combination of concrete and steel reinforcement bars gives rise to reinforced concrete (RC), which is widely applied in the civil engineering field due to its adequate mechanical strength, durability, and fire resistance. Steel-rebar reinforced structures are subjected to structural deterioration when subjected to extreme loadings such as earthquake, fire, impact loadings and cyclic loading, consequently reducing the expected life and performance of structures. To enhance the structural performance, the RC structures are usually retrofitted or strengthened. This book reviews design, performance and applications of reinforced concrete.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Finite Element Analysis of Fibre Reinforced Polymer-Strengthened Concrete Beams
Prabin Pathak and Y.X. Zhang (School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, ACT, Australia)

Chapter 2. The Mechanical Behavior Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Structures by the Lumped Damage Model
Karolinne Oliveira Coelho, Edson Denner Leonel and Julio Flórez-López (School of Engineering of São Carlos, Department of Structural Engineering, University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP, Brazil)

Chapter 3. Mecano-Probabilistic Assessment of Reinforced Concrete Structures Subjected to Reinforcements’ Corrosion Triggered by Carbonation and Chloride Penetration
Karolinne Oliveira Coelho and Edson Denner Leonel (School of Engineering of São Carlos, Department of Structural Engineering, University of São Paulo, São Carlos-SP, Brazil)

Chapter 4. Atmospheric Corrosion of Steel-Reinforced Concrete in a Coastal City Located on a Tropical Island
A. Castañeda, F. Corvo, J. J. Howland, R. Marrero, and D. Fernández (Material Protection Group, Environment Division. National Center for Scientific Research, Havana, Cuba, and others)

Chapter 5. Expertise of Reinforced Concrete Structures by Non-Destructive Methods
Malek Jedidi and Anis Abroug (Institut Supérieur des Etudes Technologiques de Sfax, Département de Génie Civil, Sfax, Tunisie, and others)

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