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# Non-Metallic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures

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Non-Metallic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures book

# Non-Metallic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures

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Non-Metallic (FRP) Reinforcement for Concrete Structures book

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## ABSTRACT

Dealing with a wide range of non-metallic materials, this book opens up possibilities of lighter, more durable structures. With contributions from leading international researchers and design engineers, it provides a complete overview of current knowledge on the subject.

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part |2 pages

Part One: Material Development and Properties

chapter 2|8 pages

#### Laminated composite reinforcement for concrete structures

chapter 6|8 pages

#### Development of non-metallic anchoring devices for FRP tendons

chapter 7|8 pages

#### Uni-directional fiber prestressed concrete elements

chapter 8|10 pages

#### Long-term behaviour of Arapree

chapter 10|8 pages

#### Engineering model of stress-rupture of AFRP in concrete

chapter 11|8 pages

#### Prediction of deterioration of FRP rods due to alkali attack

chapter 12|10 pages

#### Behaviour of FRP grid reinforcement for concrete under sustained load

chapter 13|8 pages

#### Static and fatigue strength of FRP rods for concrete reinforcement

chapter 14|8 pages

#### Grip effects in tensile testing of FRP bars

chapter 15|8 pages

#### Aspects of laboratory testing to determine mechanical properties of FRP

part |2 pages

Part Two: Bond Behaviour of FRP Elements

chapter 17|11 pages

#### Bond of FRP reinforcement to concrete - Experimental results

chapter 18|8 pages

#### Bond and fatigue properties of Arapree

chapter 19|10 pages

#### Force transfer of AFRP bars in concrete prisms

chapter 20|8 pages

#### Analytical modelling of bond between FRP reinforcing bars and concrete

chapter 21|8 pages

#### A study on bond creep behavior of FRP rebars embedded in concrete

chapter 22|12 pages

#### Bond tests of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) rods

chapter 24|9 pages

#### On bond and anchorage of two dimensional grid type FRP

part |2 pages

Part Three: Structural Behaviour of Reinforced Concrete Members

chapter 26|8 pages

#### Flexural behavior of concrete elements reinforced by GFRP bars

chapter 28|8 pages

#### Flexural behaviour of JITEC-FRP reinforced beams

chapter 29|8 pages

#### GFRP as crack control reinforcement

chapter 30|8 pages

#### Long-term deflection of continuous fiber reinforced concrete beams

chapter 31|8 pages

#### Safe bending behavior of extruded mortar reinforced with CFRP

chapter 33|12 pages

#### Structural performances of concrete frame reinforced with FRP reinforcement

chapter 34|11 pages

#### Loading tests on concrete slabs reinforced with FRP grids

chapter 35|8 pages

#### Stress distribution in FRP grid reinforced members

chapter 38|8 pages

#### Strength and deformations of FRP reinforced flat slab structures

chapter 40|8 pages

#### Ultimate shear capacity of concrete beams reinforced with FRP rods

chapter 44|9 pages

#### Fire resistance of continuous fiber reinforced concrete

part |2 pages

Part Four: Structural Behaviour Of Prestressed Concrete Members

chapter 45|8 pages

#### Structural ductility of concrete beams prestressed with FRP tendons

chapter 48|10 pages

#### Serviceability of concrete beams prestressed by carbon fibre plastic rods

chapter 50|9 pages

#### Structural behaviour of concrete slabs prestressed with AFRP bars

chapter 52|8 pages

#### Structural properties of FRP as reinforcement in bridges

chapter 54|7 pages

#### Durability studies on prestressed concrete beams with CFRP tendons

part |2 pages

Part Five: Rehabilitation and Strengthening

chapter 55|8 pages

#### Retrofitting of structures through external bonding of CFRP sheets

chapter 57|9 pages

#### composite plates

chapter 58|9 pages

#### Repair of damaged pretensioned solid slab using CFRP laminates

chapter 62|8 pages

#### Upgrading existing structures with composite layers

chapter 63|8 pages

#### Rehabilitation of navy pier beams with composite sheets

chapter 65|8 pages

#### Strengthening steel composite bridge members using CFRP laminates

chapter 67|8 pages

#### Post-strengthening concrete beams with prestressed FRP sheets

chapter 69|9 pages

#### The effect of confinement stiffness on confined concrete

chapter 70|8 pages

#### Wrapping with composite materials

chapter 73|9 pages

#### Seismic retrofit and repair of masonry walls with carbon overlays

part |2 pages

Part Six: Design Methods and Applications