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Effect of Reinforcement Lap-Splices in SelfCompacting Concrete Beams

(M.Tech) Structural Engineering, Dept. of Civil Engineering
Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering Priyadharshini Institute of Tech & Science

The advancement of self-compacting concrete (SCC) was a noteworthy step towards adequacy at building sites, reasonably delivering pre-assembled concrete basics, enhanced working conditions and better quality and development of concrete structures. By expansion of filaments to SCC, bar fortification can be supplanted and the execution of concrete structures made strides. The variety of the bond quality along the streaming way for the diverse blends was assessed. The steel-concrete bond sufficiency was assessed in light of standardized bond quality. The outcomes demonstrated that the security quality was decreased because of Portland bond supplanting with dolomite powder. The expansion of either silica rage or fly fiery remains decidedly impeded further corruption as the dolomite powder content expanded. The SCC examples were cast without applying compaction, though the examples of ordinary concrete were cast by customary practice with generous compaction and vibration. The outcomes demonstrated that SCC examples created higher security to fortifying bars than ordinary concrete examples and the relationship between's security quality and compressive quality of NC is more predictable.

B.SRINIVASA RAO,J.SUPRIYA."Effect of Reinforcement Lap-Splices in SelfCompacting Concrete Beams". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT) ,ISSN:2349-7084 ,Vol.2, Issue 12,pp.1008-1013, December- 2015, URL :,

Keywords : Self-compacting concrete, Bond strength, Lap splice, Full-scale beam, Positive bending.

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