An empirical model for the shear strength of corroded reinforced concrete beam
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- Construction and Building Materials, 2018, 188 pp. 1234 - 1248
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© 2018 Elsevier Ltd A total of 158 experimental tests of shear behavior of corroded reinforced concrete (CRC) beams under action of concentrated load, published in the literature were collected and compiled into a shear strength database. This database was firstly used to discuss important parameters which affect the shear strength of CRC beams. The results show that the effect of stirrups’ corrosion on shear capacity of CRC beams is greater than that of longitudinal reinforcement corrosion. The shear span-to-depth ratio is also an important factor on shear strength of CRC beams. Total 9 available empirical models for predicting the residual shear strength are evaluated and compared based on the test database. It is found that eight of the nine models underestimate the shear strength of CRC beams while the other model gives the overestimated results. It is in this regard that a new empirical model for predicting the residual shear strength of CRC beams is proposed, in which a reduction coefficient is incorporated with the consideration of the effect of stirrups’ corrosion as well as shear span-to-depth ratio. The comparison studies demonstrate that the new proposal can provide an effective and accurate prediction of the shear capacity of CRC beams with a wide range of reinforcement corrosion damages.
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