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Authors: Cervenka, Vladimir
Pukl, Radomir
Eligehausen, Rolf
Title: Computer simulation of anchoring technique in reinforced concrete beams
Issue Date: 1990 Konferenzbeitrag Bicanic, Nenad (Hrsg.): Computer aided analysis and design of concrete structures. Vol. 1. Swansea : Pineridge Press, 1990. - ISBN 0-906674-74-3, S. 1-19
Abstract: The load transfer in reinforced concrete structures by means of anchoring elements is very common in modern concrete technology. Anchoring elements are often inserted in the bottom surface of a structure and the load is transfered by tensile action of the concrete. In case of shear failure, the anchores are located in the most exposed tensile zone of beams. The shear failure can be thus influenced by anchoring elements. This effect was analysed by means of the finite element program SBETA, which is based on the nonlinear-elastic constitutive model. The comparison with experiments for several loading configurations was made. In the second part a computer simulation of similar experiments was conducted.
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