This chapter provides an overview of the debonding process between the FRP reinforcement and the concrete substrate. The main aspects of the debonding phenomenon are described and discussed, showing also mechanical interpretation of different processes. Experimental techniques to study the bond behavior between FRP and concrete are also described and corresponding available experimental results are shown to compare performances of different set-ups. Finally, an extensive description of the existing bond capacity predicting models is reported, together with the main international Codes provisions, allowing the designer for operating in common practice.

Bond between EBR FRP and concrete

D'ANTINO, TOMMASO;
2016

Abstract

This chapter provides an overview of the debonding process between the FRP reinforcement and the concrete substrate. The main aspects of the debonding phenomenon are described and discussed, showing also mechanical interpretation of different processes. Experimental techniques to study the bond behavior between FRP and concrete are also described and corresponding available experimental results are shown to compare performances of different set-ups. Finally, an extensive description of the existing bond capacity predicting models is reported, together with the main international Codes provisions, allowing the designer for operating in common practice.
Design Procedures for the Use of Composites in Strengthening of Reinforced Concrete Structures
978-94-017-7335-5
978-94-017-7336-2
Bond; Concrete; FRP; Strengthening; Civil and Structural Engineering; Building and Construction; Materials Science (miscellaneous)
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