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Series Preface Preface Author Introduction Advancements in Composites Infrastructure Upgrade Behavior of Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams in Flexure Behavior of Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams in Shear Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Columns Wrapped with FRP References Background Knowledge Overview Flexural Design of RC Sections Strain Compatibility Force Equilibrium Moment Equilibrium Constitutive Relationships Shear Design of RC Beams Internal Reinforcement to Confine RC Columns Service Load Calculations in Beams References Constituent Materials and Properties Overview Fibers Matrix Thermosetting Resins Thermoplastic Resins Fiber and Composite Forms Engineering Constants of a Unidirectional Composite Lamina FRP Sheet Engineering Constants from Constituent Properties Determination of E1 Determination of E2 Determination of Î½12 Determination of G12 Determination of Î½21 Properties of FRP Composites (Tension) Properties of FRP Composites (Compression) Properties of FRP Composites (Density) Properties of FRP Composites (Thermal Expansion) Properties of FRP Composites (High Temperature) Properties of FRP Composites (Long Term Effects) References Design Issues Overview Design Philosophy of ACI 440.2R-08 Strengthening Limits due to Loss of Composite Action Fire Endurance Overall Strength of Structures Loading, Environmental, and Durability Factors in Selecting FRP Creep-Rupture and Fatigue Impact Resistance Acidity and Alkalinity Thermal Expansion Electric Conductivity Durability References Flexural Strengthening of Beams and Slabs Overview Strength Requirements Strength Reduction Factors Flexural Failure Modes Ductile Crushing of Concrete Brittle Crushing of Concrete Rupture of FRP Cover Delamination FRP Debonding References Shear Strengthening of Concrete Members Overview Wrapping Schemes Ultimate and Nominal Shear Strength Determination of Îµfe Reinforcement Limits References Strengthening of Columns for Confinement Overview Enhancement of Pure Axial Compression Lam and Teng Model Consideration of Rectangular Sections Combined Confinement of FRP and Transverse Steel in Circular Sections Combined Confinement of FRP and Transverse Steel in Rectangular Sections 3-D State of Stress Concrete Plasticity Model Enhancement under Combined Axial Compression and Bending Moment Interaction Diagrams for Circular Columns Interaction Diagrams for Circular Columns using KDOT Column Expert Interaction Diagrams for Rectangular Columns Interaction Diagrams for Rectangular Columns Using KDOT Column Expert References Installation Overview Environmental Conditions Surface Preparation and Repair References
Hayder A. Rasheed is a professor and Thomas and Connie Paulson outstanding civil engineering faculty member at Kansas State University, Manhattan, USA. Previously, he was an assistant professor at Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, USA. He holds a BS and MS from the University of Baghdad, Iraq, and a Ph.D from the University of Texas at Austin, USA. He is an ASCE fellow, registered professional engineer, author and co-author of 3 books and more than 50 refereed journal publications, and editorial board member of the International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics and the Open Journal of Composite Materials.
"Concrete structures are continuously exposed to environmental effect, leading to degradation of concrete and corrosion of steel. This is a worldwide problem. FRP has been increasingly used to rehabilitate and retrofit reinforced concrete structures. Although design guidelines have been developed in several countries, there is still no comprehensive textbook on strengthening concrete with FRP. Thus, this book is in time. It will benefit not only university students, but also engineering communities." --An Chen, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering, Iowa State University, Ames, USA