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HPT Hydraulic Cone Crusher
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Based on some design principles of traditional multi-cylinder

CS Series Cone Crusher
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CS Series Cone Crusher, researched and developed a cone crush

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VSI6X Series Vertical Crusher
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European Impact Crusher
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5X Pendulum Roller Mill
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According to accumulation and experimental analyses of on-sit

LM Vertical Mill
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Based on the absorption of advanced technologies of famous in

T130X Superfine Grinding Mill
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MW Series Micro Powder Mill
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MW Series Micro Powder Mill is a new superfine powder (325-25

Raymond Mill
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Raymond mill is a traditional mill type

Ball Mill
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Ball mills are used primary for single stage fine grinding

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Document Abstract On Behaviour Of Reinforced Concrete Beams

  • Simulating behaviour of large reinforced concrete beam

    Corrosion of the longitudinal and transverse reinforcement in the beam-column joint is found to decrease the load and deformation capacity by some 35%, and the energy absorption by 86% after 60 years of rebar corrosion. The mode of failure for all the specimens is the crushing of the diagonal concrete arch-strut in the beam-column joint.

  • CiteSeerX — INELASTIC BEHAVIOUR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE

    Abstract. The results of an investigation into the behaviour of reinforced concrete members sub-jected to cyclic loading in the inelastic range are summarizedo The investigation comm-ences with studies of the Bauschinger effect for cyclically stre ssed mild steel reinforce-ment and the influence of rectangular steel hooping on the stress-strain behaviour of concre te o Using the se derived

  • Cyclic Behavior of Glass Fiber-Reinforced concrete

    The effect of various factors on the contribution of slabs to the seismic performance of beam-column joints in steel-reinforced concrete (RC) frames has been extensively investigated. However, no research data is available on the behavior of beam-column slabs reinforced with alternative materials such as glass fiber-reinforced polymers (GFRPs).

  • Author: Shervin K. Ghomi, Ehab F. El-Salakawy
  • Torsional Behaviour of Steel Fibre Reinforced Alkali

    Nine alkali-activated concrete beams were produced and tested under pure torsional load to failure. The alkali-activated concrete beams were produced with following variables: (i) fibres only, (ii) conventionally reinforced or (iii) a hybrid of both fibres and conventional steel reinforcement. The fibres only beams were found to have approximately 20% higher cracking torque than conventionally

  • Shear behaviour of concrete beams reinforced with fibre

    The seventh beam, reinforced with CFRP stirrups spaced at d /4, failed in flexure due to yielding of the longitudinal reinforcement followed by crushing of concrete. The effects of the different test parameters on the shear behaviour of the concrete beams reinforced

  • Author: Ehab Abdul-Mageed Ahmed
  • Flexure-Shear Behavior of Hybrid Fiber-Reinforced

    Secondly, full-scale PSC beams were tested for evaluating the effect of hybrid fiber addition on the flexure-shear behavior. The test matrix consists of beams cast with fiber-reinforced concrete (FRC) having fiber dosages of 0.35%, 0.70%, and 1.0% by volume of concrete.

  • Behavior of Glass Fiber–Reinforced Polymer Reinforced

    In this paper, test results of six large-scale glass fiber–reinforced polymer (GFRP) RC continuous T-beams are presented. The test specimens include one steel RC beam to serve as reference, one GFRP RC beam designed to meet the serviceability criteria at the service load level calculated for the reference beam, and four GFRP RC beams designed to achieve the same theoretical ultimate load of

  • Effects of Reinforcement Discontinuity on the Collapse

    Nov 11, 2019· The test units with beam and slab longitudinal reinforcement discontinuity exhibited relatively ductile collapse modes with a beam chord rotation angle of 12%. Catenary action developed well in beam and slab top reinforcement, whereas the mobilization of

  • Hysteretic Behavior of Conventionally Reinforced Concrete

    Dec 07, 2017· According to American Concrete Institute (ACI) code (), although a coupling beam can be designed according to the usual beam design method where l/h ≥ 4, as shown in Fig. 2, it can nonetheless be reinforced with diagonal cages in the case of l/h < 4.Specifically, a coupling beam with l/h < 2 and whose factored shear force (V u) is greater than \( 4 \cdot \lambda \cdot \sqrt {f_{ck} \cdot A

  • Effect of Longitudinal Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic

    Abstract: A series of R.C. beams were strengthened with carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) laminates and tested in an experimental program to study the influence of the cross-sectional area of the CFRP laminates on the shear capacity of the strengthened beam.

  • Long-term performance of lightweight aggregate reinforced

    The results of long-term sustained flexural loading tests of 17 large scale reinforced concrete beams fabricated with lightweight aggregate (LWAC) having a density of 1800 kg/m 3 are presented. Deflections, strains and crack widths were recorded over a period of 30 years. Subsequently, each beam

  • Shear behaviour of concrete beams reinforced with fibre

    The seventh beam, reinforced with CFRP stirrups spaced at d /4, failed in flexure due to yielding of the longitudinal reinforcement followed by crushing of concrete. The effects of the different test parameters on the shear behaviour of the concrete beams reinforced

  • Effects of Reinforcement Discontinuity on the Collapse

    Nov 11, 2019· The test units with beam and slab longitudinal reinforcement discontinuity exhibited relatively ductile collapse modes with a beam chord rotation angle of 12%. Catenary action developed well in beam and slab top reinforcement, whereas the mobilization of

  • Prediction of Flexural Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced High

    Abstract. The availability of ultra-fine materials, mineral, and chemical admixtures have made an easy design of concrete mix of high and ultra-high strength. Many investigators have developed methods to predict the flexural strength of fiber-reinforced concrete composites assuming different stress distribution over the crosssection.

  • Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Beams Reinforced with

    Abstract. Six high-strength concrete beam specimens reinforced with different types of flexural reinforcement were constructed and tested. All beam specimens consisted of two layers of flexural reinforcements. Three types of conventional steel bars, CFRP bars, and GFRP bars were used as a flexural reinforcement.

  • Behavior of Glass Fiber–Reinforced Polymer Reinforced

    In this paper, test results of six large-scale glass fiber–reinforced polymer (GFRP) RC continuous T-beams are presented. The test specimens include one steel RC beam to serve as reference, one GFRP RC beam designed to meet the serviceability criteria at the service load level calculated for the reference beam, and four GFRP RC beams designed to achieve the same theoretical ultimate load of

  • Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened with

    Failure Mode Analyses of Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened in Flexure with Externally Bonded Fiber-Reinforced Polymers Journal of Composites for Construction March 2004 Flexural Behavior of R/C Beams Strengthened with Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Sheets or Fabric

  • ASTM C1812 15 Standard Practice for Design of Journal

    1.1 This practice prescribes the design of journal-bearing type rollers to support each end of fiber-reinforced concrete beams tested using Test Method C1399/C1399M or Test Method C1609/C1609M.The roller design is intended to provide a consistent and relatively low value of effective coefficient of friction at the beam supports. The bearing design incorporates metal-on-metal sliding

  • Hysteretic Behavior of Conventionally Reinforced Concrete

    Dec 07, 2017· According to American Concrete Institute (ACI) code (), although a coupling beam can be designed according to the usual beam design method where l/h ≥ 4, as shown in Fig. 2, it can nonetheless be reinforced with diagonal cages in the case of l/h < 4.Specifically, a coupling beam with l/h < 2 and whose factored shear force (V u) is greater than \( 4 \cdot \lambda \cdot \sqrt {f_{ck} \cdot A

  • Torsional Behaviour of Steel Fibre Reinforced Alkali

    Nine alkali-activated concrete beams were produced and tested under pure torsional load to failure. The alkali-activated concrete beams were produced with following variables: (i) fibres only, (ii) conventionally reinforced or (iii) a hybrid of both fibres and conventional steel reinforcement. The fibres only beams were found to have approximately 20% higher cracking torque than conventionally

  • Improvement of flexural capacity of hybrid, reinforced

    Jun 25, 2020· Large span girders (more than 50 m) are difficult to cast as one unit for several conditions, it is better to assemblage them from precast segments in field. This paper aims to investigate the structural behavior of simply supported reinforced concrete spliced girders. Seven beams with 150 × 250 mm rectangular cross section and 2200 mm total length have been cast.

  • Analytical Prediction of Flexural Behavior of Concrete

    The behavior of the concrete tested beams were characterized by their moment-curvature, load-strain in the reinforcement, and load-deflection response up to failure. The results indicate that the analytical model predicts the behavior of GFRP reinforced concrete beams with good accuracy.

  • Shear Behavior of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete Deep Beams

    Four HFRC deep beams and one reinforced concrete (RC) deep beam were conducted to consider the shear behavior of these beams. The primary variables included the volume fraction of steel fibers and the web reinforcement ratio. The shear behavior was evaluated based on the cracking pattern, load-deflection behavior, and shear capacity.

  • SHEAR BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SLENDER BEAMS

    Abstract. An experimental investigation is carried out on Nine Slender HSC beams with constant size 125mm x 130mm and effective length 900mm by varying (i) The longitudinal reinforcement ratio and (ii) the web reinforcement ratio were casted and tested to understand the shear behavior of the beams with minimum web reinforcement as per IS CODE and ACI CODE and maximum web reinforcement.

  • Determination of flexural capacity for GFRP-reinforced

    This paper investigates the flexural capacities and deflection characteristics of ordinary portland cement-based concrete (OPCC) and geopolymer concre

  • Prediction of Flexural Behavior of Fiber-Reinforced High

    Abstract. The availability of ultra-fine materials, mineral, and chemical admixtures have made an easy design of concrete mix of high and ultra-high strength. Many investigators have developed methods to predict the flexural strength of fiber-reinforced concrete composites assuming different stress distribution over the crosssection.

  • Improvement of flexural capacity of hybrid, reinforced

    Jun 25, 2020· Large span girders (more than 50 m) are difficult to cast as one unit for several conditions, it is better to assemblage them from precast segments in field. This paper aims to investigate the structural behavior of simply supported reinforced concrete spliced girders. Seven beams with 150 × 250 mm rectangular cross section and 2200 mm total length have been cast.

  • SHEAR BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SLENDER BEAMS

    Abstract. An experimental investigation is carried out on Nine Slender HSC beams with constant size 125mm x 130mm and effective length 900mm by varying (i) The longitudinal reinforcement ratio and (ii) the web reinforcement ratio were casted and tested to understand the shear behavior of the beams with minimum web reinforcement as per IS CODE and ACI CODE and maximum web reinforcement.

  • Flexural Behavior of Continuous GFRP Reinforced Concrete Beams

    A concrete continuous beam reinforced with steel bars was also tested for comparison purposes. The experimental results revealed that over-reinforcing the bottom layer of either the simply or continuously supported GFRP beams is a key factor in controlling the width and propagation of cracks, enhancing the load capacity, and reducing the

  • Shear Behavior of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete Deep Beams

    Four HFRC deep beams and one reinforced concrete (RC) deep beam were conducted to consider the shear behavior of these beams. The primary variables included the volume fraction of steel fibers and the web reinforcement ratio. The shear behavior was evaluated based on the cracking pattern, load-deflection behavior, and shear capacity.

  • Behavior of High-Strength Concrete Beams Reinforced with

    Abstract. Six high-strength concrete beam specimens reinforced with different types of flexural reinforcement were constructed and tested. All beam specimens consisted of two layers of flexural reinforcements. Three types of conventional steel bars, CFRP bars, and GFRP bars were used as a flexural reinforcement.

  • Study of torsional behavior of reinforced concrete beams

    Nov 21, 2018· This paper investigates the strengthening of reinforced concrete (RC) beams for its torsional behavior using aramid fiber strips. Most of the time aramid fiber is used as an externally bonded reinforcement to increase flexural and shear strength of RC beams. An attempt is made to use it for improving torsional moment carrying capacity of RC beam.

  • Uncertainty modelling and analysis of the concrete edge

    Request PDF Uncertainty modelling and analysis of the concrete edge breakout resistance of single anchors in shear A failed fastening element may lead to overall system collapse, significant

  • Torsional Behaviour of Steel Fibre Reinforced Alkali

    Nine alkali-activated concrete beams were produced and tested under pure torsional load to failure. The alkali-activated concrete beams were produced with following variables: (i) fibres only, (ii) conventionally reinforced or (iii) a hybrid of both fibres and conventional steel reinforcement. The fibres only beams were found to have approximately 20% higher cracking torque than conventionally

  • Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams Strengthened in

    Apr 02, 2014· Shear strengthening of RC beams with L-shaped fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) plates has proved effective. In this method, grooves are made throughout the beam flange to fully embed the vertical leg of the L-shaped CFRP plate perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the RC beam and in the RC beam web surface.

  • Joint shear behaviour of reinforced concrete beam-column

    T1 Joint shear behaviour of reinforced concrete beam-column connections. AU Kim, J. AU LaFave, J. M. AU Song, J. PY 2009/3/1. Y1 2009/3/1. N2 An extensive experimental database (341 cases in total) has been constructed for reinforced concrete (RC) beam-column connections subjected to quasi-static cyclic lateral loading.

  • Investigating the Shear Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete

    Abstract . A detailed 3-Dimensional time domain transient thermal stress finite element analysis was carried out to investigate the shear behaviour of reinforced concrete beams exposed to fire attack. A FE model that represented a simply supported reinforced concrete beam was developed. The beam was subjected to

  • Steel/Basalt Rebar Reinforced Ultra-High Performance

    Jul 11, 2020· A detailed experimental programme was conducted to investigate the structural behaviour of rebar-reinforced ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC) beams subjected to