Composites for Construction Structural Design with FRP Materials

ISBN-10: 0471681261

ISBN-13: 9780471681267

Edition: 2006

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Description: Composites for Construction: Structural Design with FRP Materials teaches how to analyze and design with fiber-reinforced polymers (FRP) for civil engineering applications. Written and organized in a manner similar to traditional textbooks on steel, concrete or wood design, this book demystifies FRP composites and demonstrate applications where their unique properties make them ideal materials to consider such as off-shore and waterfront structures, bridges, factories, and storage tanks.

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List price: $170.00
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/21/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 560
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.980
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Overview
Historical Background
FRP Reinforcements for New Concrete Structural Members
FRP Bars or Grids for Reinforced Concrete Members
FRP Tendons for Prestressed Concrete Members
Stay-in-Place FRP Formwork for Reinforced Concrete Members
FRP Strengthening of Existing Structural Members
FRP Profiles for New Structures
Other Emerging Applications of Interest to Structural Engineers
Properties of FRP Products for Structural Engineering Design
Published Design Guides, Codes, and Specifications for FRP Composites in Structural Engineering
FRP Reinforcing Bars and Tendons
FRP Strengthening Systems
FRP Pultruded Profiles
Manufacturers' Design Manuals
Key Conferences Series
Archival Journals
Materials and Manufacturing
Overview
Raw Materials
Reinforcing Fibers
Polymer Resins
Manufacturing Methods
Pultrusion
Hand Layup
Other Manufacturing Processes
Properties of FRP Composites
Overview
Theoretical Determination of Properties
Fiber Level
Lamina Level
Laminate Level
Full-Section Level
Experimental Determination of Properties
Fiber Level
Lamina Level
Laminate Level
Full-Section Level
Relevant Standard Test Methods for FRP Composites for Structural Engineers
American Society of Testing and Materials Test Methods
Full-Section Test Methods for FRP Bars and Laminates
Design Basis for FRP Reinforcements
Overview
Introduction
Properties of FRP Reinforcing Bars
Design Basis for FRP-Reinforced Concrete
Resistance Factors
Minimum Reinforcement Requirements
Determination of Guaranteed Properties of FRP Rebars
Design for Environmental Effects on FRP Rebars
Special Considerations Regarding FRP Rebars
Design for Serviceability
Temperature and Shrinkage Reinforcement in Slabs
FRP Flexural Reinforcement
Overview
Introduction
Flexural Strength of an FRP-Reinforced Section
Overreinforced Section
Underreinforced Section
Minimum Flexural Reinforcement
Design Procedure for an FRP-Reinforced Flexural Member
Design of FRP-Reinforced Bridge Deck Slabs
Serviceability Design of FRP-Reinforced Beams
Deflections Under Service Loads
Flexural Cracking
Creep and Fatigue at Service Loads
Design Procedure for Serviceability
FRP Shear Reinforcement
Overview
Introduction
Shear Design of an FRP-Reinforced Concrete Section
Concrete Contribution to Shear Capacity
Shear Capacity of FRP Stirrups
Punching Shear Capacity in Slabs
Limits on Shear Reinforcement and Shear Strengths for Shear Design
Design Procedure for FRP Shear Reinforcement
FRP Reinforcement Detailing
Overview
Introduction
Geometric Details
Calculation of Bar Spacing
Bond Strength of FRP Bars
Development of Straight FRP Bars
Development of Hooked FRP Bars
Lap Splices for FRP Bars
Design Procedure to Detail FRP Bars in a Beam
Design Basis for FRP Strengthening
Overview
Introduction
Properties of FRP Strengthening Systems
Design Basis for FRP Strengthening Systems
Resistance Factors
Guaranteed Properties
Environmental Effects
Limits on Strengthening
Limits on Stresses in FRP Strengthening Systems at Service Loads
Compression Strengthening in Flexural Members
Deflections in FRP-Strengthened Structures
FRP Strengthening System Area Calculations
FRP Flexural Strengthening
Overview
Introduction
Flexural Capacity of an FRP-Strengthened Member
Stress in the FRP Strengthening System
Strain in the Internal Reinforcing Steel
Neutral-Axis Depth
Existing Substrate Strain
Determination of Failure Modes and Flexural Capacity
Mode 1a: Concrete Crushing After Steel Yields
Mode 1b: Concrete Crushing Before Steel Yields
Mode 2a: FRP Failure After Steel Yields
Mode 2b: FRP Failure Before Steel Yields
Balanced Condition
Detailing for Flexural Strengthening
Design Procedure for a Flexurally Strengthened Concrete Member
Serviceability of FRP-Strengthened Flexural Members
Cracked FRP Strengthened Section
Service-Level Stress in the Internal Steel Reinforcing Bars
Service-Level Stress in the FRP Strengthening System
Load-Deflection Response of FRP-Strengthened Flexural Members
FRP Shear Strengthening
Overview
Introduction
Shear Capacity of an FRP-Strengthened Member
Effective Strain in the FRP for Shear Strengthening
Design Procedure for Shear Strengthening
Shear Strengthening of Fully Wrapped Axially Loaded Columns
FRP Confining
Overview
Introduction
FRP Confining for Axial Strengthening
Serviceability for FRP-Strengthened Axial Members
Design Procedure for FRP Axial Strengthening of RC Circular Columns
FRP-Strengthened Eccentrically Loaded Columns
FRP Confining for Increased Ductility
Lateral Displacement Ductility
Flexural Hinge Confinement
Design Procedure for Flexural Hinge Confinement
Lap Splice Region Confinement
Plastic Shear Overstrength Demand
Design Basis for FRP Profiles
Overview
Introduction
Properties of Pultruded Profiles
Design Basis for FRP Pultruded Structures
Allowable Stress Design
Load and Resistance Factor Design
Performance-Based Design
Pultruded Flexural Members
Overview
Introduction
Stresses in Flexural Members
Deformations in Flexural Members
Determination of Deflections and Stresses for Serviceability and Ultimate Limit States
Serviceability Limits States
Deformation Limit State: Transverse Deflection
Long-Term Deflection in Pultruded Beams
Ultimate Limit States
Lateral-Torsional Buckling
Local Buckling of Walls Due to In-Plane Compression
Local Buckling of Walls Due to In-Plane Shear
Web Crushing and Web Buckling in the Transverse Direction
Additional Factors Affecting Local Buckling in Pultruded Profiles
Flange and Web Longitudinal Material Failure
Flange and Web Material Shear Failure
Design Procedure for Flexural Members
Pultruded Axial Members
Overview
Introduction
Concentrically Loaded Compression Members
Deformations in Concentrically Loaded Compression Members
Determination of Deflections and Stresses for Serviceability and Ultimate Limit States
Serviceability Limit States: Axial Shortening
Ultimate Limit States
Global Flexural Buckling
Global Torsional Buckling
Local Buckling Due to Axial Loads
Interaction Between Local and Global Buckling Modes in Intermediate-Length Compression Members
Flange and Web Longitudinal Material Failure
Design Procedure for Concentrically Loaded Compression Members
Concentrically Loaded Tension Members
Deformations in Concentrically Loaded Tension Members
Determination of Deflections and Stresses for Serviceability and Ultimate Limit States: Axial Elongation
Ultimate Limit States
Longitudinal Material Failure on the Gross Area
Longitudinal Material Failure on the Net Area
Design Procedure for Concentrically Loaded Tension Members
Combined Load Members
Members Subjected to Combined Flexure and Compression (Beam-Columns)
Members Subjected to Combined Flexure and Tension
Pultruded Connections
Overview
Introduction
Conventional Pultruded Connections
Custom Pultruded Connections
Mechanical Fasteners and Connection Parts
FRP Nuts and Bolts
Research on Heavy Beam-to-Column Pultruded Connections
Bolted Pultruded Connections
Light-Truss Pultruded Connections
Lap Joint Connections
Heavy-Frame Pultruded Connections
Design of Bolted Pultruded Connections
Determination of Stresses in In-Plane Lap Joints
Bearing Stress in the Base Pultruded Material
Net-Tension Stress in the Base Pultruded Material
Shear-Out Stress in the Base Pultruded Material
Shear Stress on a Bolt
Stresses in Out-of-Plane Shear Connections
Longitudinal Shear Stress at the Heel of an Angle
Flexural Stress in the Leg of an Angle Bolted to a Column Member
Transverse Tensile Stress in a Web-Flange Junction of a Column
Block Shear in a Beam Web
Flexural and Shear Stresses in Flexible Seated Connections
Critical Connection Limit States
Design Procedure for a Pultruded Connection
References
Index
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