2 edition of behaviour of anchors under repeated loading found in the catalog.
behaviour of anchors under repeated loading
David Austen De Hoxar
Written in English
Thesis (M. Eng.) - University of Sheffield, Dept. of Civil and Structural Engineering, 1979.
|Statement||David Austen De Hoxar.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[xv],153 leaves,leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||153|
the anchor does not show much influence on the strength of anchorage. The strength of bonded anchors was observed to coincide with the strength estimated as per both CCD design method and ACI method. Bonded anchor load carrying capacity has been observed to closely match with that of the post-installed Size: 1MB. INTRODUCTION. As briefly discussed in Chapter 1, horizontal plate anchors are used in the construction of foundations subjected to uplifting load. During the last thirty years or so, a number of increasingly sophisticated theories have been developed to predict the ultimate uplift capacity of horizontal anchors embedded in various types of soils.
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In the past little or no attention has been given to the effects of repeated loading of both prestressed and dead (zero prestress) anchors, yet it is known that considerable load changes do occur. ANCHORS SUBJECTED TO REPEATED LOADING. Horizontal anchors are sometimes used to moor surface vessels or buoys as well as semi-submersible or submersible structures.
These anchors may be subjected to a combination of sustained and repeated loads. The application of repeated loads may create a progressive accumulative cyclic strain which will ultimately lead to the uplift of the anchor.
The load bearing behaviour of fully grouted fiber reinforced polyester and epoxy rock anchors under shock loading was investigated using a special facility for dynamic tests.
Two concrete blocks were connected with the : Heinz Hagedorn. The results of full-scale repeated-loading tests performed on three prestressed and six passive anchors grouted to various lengths in a rock mass are presented.
Different levels of prestress load were applied to the prestressed anchors, ranging from 22 percent to 73 percent of the ultimate static by: During repeated loading, the CFRP sheets considerably decreased the residual displacement, energy dissipation, stress range in prestressing steel, maximum displacement, and crack width of the strengthened beams; these reductions were proportional to the number of CFRP layers and load cycles.
Grouted anchors are often used to connect steel structures and microwave towers to concrete foundations. However, very little research has been done on the behaviour of such anchors and the codes of practices do not provide methods to check the adequacy of such connections.
Behavior of anchors in cracked concrete under tension cycling at near-ultimate loads Article (PDF Available) in Aci Structural Journal (5) September with 2, Reads. of single cast-in-place anchor bolts under tensile loads. 2) To determine load-deflection behavior of single cast-in-place, grouted, ad hesive, expansion, and undercut anchors under static, fatigue, and im pactive tensile loads.
3) To recommend design procedures for single retrofit anchor bolts under File Size: 4MB. Fatigue behaviour of anchor bolts has been studied by means of pull-out tests carried out on concrete slabs.
Three types of anchorage have been tested by applying sinusoidal shaped loading cycles. Analysis performed with fatigue behaviour of anchorage according to the maximum cyclic Size: KB.
Behaviour of grouted anchors N. Subramanian and Ronald A. Cook Grouted anchors are often used to connect steel structures and microwave towers to concrete foundations. However, very little research has been done on the behaviour of such anchors and the codes of practices do not provide methods to check the adequacy of such Size: KB.
Climbing Anchors jumps right in to the subject matter and presupposes some basic rock climbing knowledge and vocabulary.
This is an ideal book for intermediate climbers starting to lead multi-pitch routes, where you have to build an anchor instead of clipping a couple of bolts, although there is a lot of information on safely rigging and /5(48). A small scale device to prevent cyclic creep is described (AECC system) and the behaviour of an anchor incorporating this device compared to a conventional embedded anchor.
Response to both static and repeated loading is presented and the deleterious effect of repeated loading Cited by: 3. Title: Static Behavior of Anchors under Combinations of Tension and Shear Loading Author(s): Dieter Lotze, Richard E.
Klingner, and Herman L. Graves, III Publication: Structural Journal Volume: 98 Issue: 4 Appears on pages(s): Keywords: anchor; anchor bolt; dynamic loading; embedment length; static load. Date: 7/1/ Abstract: A research project has recently been Cited by: Since the first edition of this book was published innumerous international Joint Behavior Under Repeated Loading, Basic Failure Modes, Fatigue Strength of Bolted Butt Joints, bolt, Joints, Guide to Design Criteria for Bolted and Riveted (%) a) steel.
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The inelastic buckling behavior of beam members under reversed cyclic loading has been experimentally studied, and the hysteresis behavior has been reported.
The beam member is initially compressed until the member buckles and is tensioned until it by: Storage tank foundations with frequent discharges and filling or road embankments under repeated traffic loads are examples of foundations subjected to the cyclic loading with the amplitude well below their allowable bearing by: It was aimed to provide a unified approach in order to understand both inelastic material and structural response under variable loading conditions.
The attempt to extend the classical shakedown theory of Melan and Koiter to geometrically non-linear problems is presented in several g: anchors. The results have shown that the anchors subjected to repeated loadings have the same service life as those only subjected to static loading, provided that the applied repeated loads are less than.
Use of a concrete anchor is an example of shear resistance. Structural members that are under a load must change shape. which could be equated with a library with book stacks where the.
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Behavioral factors have a strong effect on the efficiency of the. The authors conducted static load and load transfer tests for their developed post-tensioned single-strand anchor (Cho et al.
).The authors also performed the load transfer tests for three different anchorages with respect to anchor geometry and reinforcement detailing in the anchorage zone (Cho and Kang ).WJE conducted fatigue testing of post-tensioned anchors and couplers Cited by: 1. To study the holding capacity of dynamically installed anchor under inclined loading, three-dimensional finite element analysis is conducted.
The interaction between vertical and lateral capacities is investigated by examining the behavior of soil lateral stress, soil plastic Cited by: 1. Embedded Anchor Response to uplift Loading. A number of factors which influence soil-anchor interaction are evaluated, and in addition, the extent of soil disturbance and the influence of pore water pressures during testing are assessed.
Response under repeated and sustained-repeated loading is shown to be represented by a family of hyperbolic curves, and a failure criterion is determined by Cited by: Behaviour of cohesive soil subjected to low-frequency cyclic loading in strain-controlled tests 33 ), in whi ch strain ampli tude is s mall (A = %).
Because of creep under constant load and the behaviour, less well understood, under repeated loading, construction of permanent anchors at the present time is not approved1 0 when the change in the prestress values of the steel tendon for repeated loading is more than 20% of the working load, or when the soil has a large organic content, or.
Title: Behavior and Design of Adhesive Anchors Under Sustained Load Author(s): Rolf Eligehausen, Ronald Blochwitz, and Werner Fuchs Publication: Symposium Paper Volume: Issue: Appears on pages(s): Keywords: Adhesive anchors, sustained load, creep, design Date: 3/1/ Abstract: Adhesive anchors are used worldwide for structural and non-structural connections.
Study on uplift behaviour of plate anchors under monotonic and cyclic loading in geo-grid reinforced sand bed. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG), Cited by: 2.
Typical load-transfer mechanisms utilized by post-installed anchors include mechanical interlock, bond and friction (also in combination). Some of the major topics of research on anchorages being pursued by me include: Anchorages with supplementary reinforcement under tension loading; Anchorages with supplementary reinforcement under shear loading.
tensile behavior of chemically bonded post-installed anchors in low-strength reinforced concretes a thesis submitted to the graduate school of natural and applied sciences. Trofimenkov and Mariupolskii () performed what are the only full-scale, repeated loading, pullout tests of anchors.
In long-term repeated load tests on anchors embedded in fine and medium sands of loose to medium density, the holding capacities were reduced by up to 50 per- cent. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This is essential reading for Nautical Archeology students.
It tells us a lot about anchors used mid nineteenth century. G Cotsell was the Master Smith at the Chatham Royal Navy Dock Yard, supervising the construction of thousands of ships anchors every knew more about ship’s anchors than anybody yet the Admiralty refused to let him or his ideas be 4/5(1).
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Three types of deep foundations are considered, including soil anchors, driven piles, and drilled shafts. Also, three categories of repeated loading are considered, including axial repeated loading, lateral repeated loading, and combined axial and lateral loading in which one or both components of load are applied repeatedly.
The behavior of steel structures is an intricate and fascinating topic. This module is intended to serve as a guide to the AASHTO Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) Specifications and their representation of the behavior of steel bridge systems and members. The module focuses on the structural form and function of bridge systems and.
Additionally, the behavior of post-installed FRP anchors seems to be more complex because it is dependent on the adhesive-bar interface, adhesive-concrete interface, as well as the surface and material properties.
To experimentally investigate the behavior of GFRP adhesive anchors, an extended experimental program was Size: KB. Founded in Anchor Books is the oldest trade paperback publisher in America. The goal was to make inexpensive editions of modern classics widely available to college students and the adult public.
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In addition to BAW - DH, the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency [BSH], the electrical network operator Tennet and the Dutch research body Delares participated.
The rationale for the investigation is the. The objective of this paper is to examine experimentally and numerically the benefits of using external prestressing in strengthening of composite prestressed concrete girders to evaluate its effect on both the service load behavior and the load carrying capacity under monotonic static and repeated loadings.
Ground anchor and soil nail retaining systems are designed to stabilize and support natural and engineered structures and to restrain their movement using tension-resisting elements. The basic design concept consists of transferring the resisting tensile forces generated in the inclusions into the ground through the friction (or adhesion Cited by:.
The anchor has to be repeated and reinforced in the same way from time to time. If you keep adding, or stacking, anchors, it becomes even more powerful. 5. NUMBER of times. Repetition of the stimulus, the number of times the stimulus is applied. The more often, the more powerful will be the anchor.
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The vertical displacements of the pile cap were measured using laser sensors mounted under the two-dimensional actuator. The assembled test set-up is presented in Fig. 1b.