bond stress

bond stress

1. The force of adhesion per unit area of contact between two bonded surfaces, such as between concrete and a steel reinforcing bar.
2. The shear stress at the surface of a reinforcing bar which prevents relative movement between the bar and the surrounding concrete.
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Beitrag zur Frage der Haftspannung in Eisenbetonbauteilen [Contribution to the question of bond stress in reinforced concrete elements], Beton und Eisen 38(Mar.
Stresses predicted by bond stress analysis and lap shear strength as a function of adhesive modulus.
3] is the group reduction factor associated with the number of fibres pulling out per unit area; [tau] is the average bond stress of a single fibre embedded in the concrete; [V.
The most recent consolidated cash flow statement, which reflects transactions through the 2012 series E&F bonds, demonstrates that the program's asset parity position, in various interest-rate and bank bond stress scenarios, is projected to stay above 112%.
In the vicinity of cracks, reinforcement slip occurs and bond stress develops between the reinforcing bar and surrounding concrete, transmitting tensile force from the bar to concrete.
While those behind the North East Enterprise Bond stress that its success will be hard to quantify, they believe it will have a real effect on the region.
The most recent consolidated cash flow statement, which reflects transactions through the 2012 series C&D bonds, demonstrates that the program's asset parity position, in various interest-rate and bank bond stress scenarios, is projected to stay above 112%.
While those behind the North East Enterprise Bond stress that its success will be harder to quantify, they believe it will have a real effect on the region.
The most recent consolidated cash flow statement, which reflects transactions through the 2012 series A&B bonds, demonstrates that the program's asset parity position, in various interest-rate and bank bond stress scenarios, is projected to stay above 112%.
A new approach based on the bond stress distribution through the transfer length between the zero-slip and the cracked sections is proposed.
The most recent consolidated cash flow statement, which reflects transactions through the 2011 series A&B bonds, demonstrates that the program's asset parity position, in various interest-rate and bank bond stress scenarios, is projected to stay above 111%.