2008 ◽  
Vol 73 (630) ◽  
pp. 1331-1338
Ippei MARUYAMA ◽  
2012 ◽  
Vol 479-481 ◽  
pp. 2041-2045
Yue Qi

Based on experimental research on plain concrete columns with high strength concrete core, the formula to predict the bearing capacity of concrete columns with high strength concrete core under axial compression loading was brought forward in previous paper, in order to verify the formula whether right, axial compression test including 3 concrete columns with high strength concrete core and 1 ordinary reinforced concrete column were completed, and the failure characteristic was analyzed additionally. According to experimental results, it can be shown that the failure modes of concrete columns with high strength concrete core are similar to that of ordinary reinforced concrete columns, however, the bearing capacity of concrete columns with high strength concrete core is significant higher compared with that of ordinary reinforced concrete column; the results of the bearing capacity obtained by the formula (2) was in good agreement with the experimental results.

2012 ◽  
Vol 174-177 ◽  
pp. 455-459 ◽  
Xiao Wei Li ◽  
Xue Wei Li ◽  
Xin Yuan

For expedite the development of high titanium heavy slag concrete, eight high titanium heavy slag high strength reinforced concrete (HTHS-HSRC) scale model column are studied. The eight HTHS-HSRC model columns are tested under reversed horizontal force. Primary experimental parameters include axial load ratio varying from 0.3 to 0.5, volumetric ratios of transverse reinforcement ranging from 1.38% to 1.56%, strength of high titanium heavy slag high strength concrete varying from 55.9 to 61.6 N/mm2 and configurations of transverse reinforcement. It is found from the test result that HTHS-HSRC model columns provides comparable seismic performance to those usually used reinforced concrete column in terms of member ductility, hysteretic and energy dissipation capacity. Primary Factors of Displacement Ductility of Model Columns are also discussed.

2013 ◽  
Vol 742 ◽  
pp. 51-55
Guo Fu

Not collapse under strong earthquake is an important goal of the seismic design of reinforced concrete structure, seismic collapse resistance performance is directly affected by the deformation behavior of reinforced concrete column. The application of high-strength steel, high-strength stirrup and high-strength concrete can enhance the concrete material properties and mechanical properties of reinforced concrete column, but their deformation behavior have large differences. The research on the seismic performance of columns with high-strength materials, especially its deformation behavior, become the most important issue of anti-collapse analysis. In this paper, the ultimate displacement angle of concrete columns with high-strength materials were collected, the ultimate displacement angle and inter-story drift angle 1/50 were compared and analyzed. The results show that the average of ultimate displacement angle of the reinforced concrete column with high-strength stirrup and high-strength longitudinal bars are 0.0469, 0.0312, respectively, greater than inter-story drift angle 1/50, while the average of ultimate displacement angle with high-strength concrete and high-strength core concrete are 0.0147, 0.0167, less than 1/50, therefore, it is not suitable for taking 1/50 as the critical value of structure collapse with high-strength concrete. The inter-story drift angle should be different in the anti-collapse analysis.

2013 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
pp. 39-54
C. Britez ◽  
P. Castro-Borges ◽  
A. Berto ◽  
P. Helene

ABSTRACTIn recent times it has been common to associate high-strength concrete with a greater susceptibility to explosive type spalling, when subjected to high temperatures. In part, this doubt is a result of some experimental programs that are carried out on small unreinforced concrete samples (specimens), which could substantially influence the structural concrete behavior in fire conditions. This paper presents an experimental program, carried out in Brazil on a high strength colored reinforced concrete column (HSCC), eight years-old, fc,8years = 140MPa, basalt coarse aggregate, cross section of 700mm x 700mm, tested under no load and with three faces exposed to standard fire curve ISO 834 for 180min (3h). The results demonstrated, in this case, that HSCC maintained integrity under experimental fire and that the iron oxide pigments can work as an excellent natural thermometer, contributing to the evaluation of the structure post-fire simulation.Keywords: High-strength concrete; fire resistance; colored concrete; column in fire; iron oxide pigment. RESUMENHa sido común asociar el concreto de alta resistencia con una mayor susceptibilidad al desprendimiento por explosión (spalling) cuando se le somete a altas temperaturas. Esta duda se debe en parte a los resultados de algunos programas experimentales que se han llevado a cabo en pequeñas probetas de concreto simple sin refuerzo, lo que puede influir sustancialmente en el comportamiento del concreto en situación de incendio. Este artículo presenta un programa experimental en Brasil donde un pilar de concreto armado colorido de alta resistencia (HCAR), con ocho años de edad, fc,8años = 140MPa, árido grueso basáltico, sección cuadrada de 700mm x 700mm, fue ensayado sin carga y con tres lados expuestos al fuego (curva ISO 834) durante 180min (3h). Los resultados demostraron en este caso que el HCAR se mantuvo íntegro y que los pigmentos de óxido de hierro pueden trabajar como excelente termómetro natural, contribuyendo en la evaluación de la estructura después de la simulación de incendio.Palabras Clave: Concreto de alta resistencia; resistencia al fuego; concreto colorido; pilar sometido al fuego; pigmento de óxido de hierro. 

2015 ◽  
Vol 777 ◽  
pp. 48-51
Hui Cao ◽  
Lin Lin Jiang

The mechanical properties of high-strength concrete was studied in the laboratory, and obtained a high strength concrete uniaxial compressive strength changes with curing period, found that low temperature curing C100 Poisson's ratio of concrete is 0.24, and elastic modulus reached about 52.5GPa. The test results are applied to the numerical calculation, established a separate type reinforced concrete wall, and the multiaxial loading the stress state is simulated, the research shows that it is applied to C100 reinforced concrete shaft lining under its own gravity and the surrounding soil earth pressure, the maximum effective stress are respectively 25MPa , and effective strain is 4E-4mm, structure of shaft wall failure caused by shear wall structure. Under the three state of compression, the strength of concrete is improved.

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