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2017 | Vol. 21, nr 3 | 591--601
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Propagation of cracks in reinforced concrete beams cracked and repaired by composite materials

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Strengthening and repairing existing reinforced concrete structures is often more economical and sustainable than rebuilding them. Today the most commonly used techniques based on reparation by externally bonded Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers (CFRP). However, bonding concrete beams, particularly damaged beams, suffer from the pre-existing of open cracks at the bottom face of the beams. This paper presents an investigation by finite element method using the general purpose FE software Abaqus to study the flexural behavior of initially damaged concrete beams repaired with FRP plates. In this study, it is aimed to simulate the phenomenon of propagations of cracks where the beam is initially loaded to introduce damage, then, after bonding the FRP plates. The linear elastic fracture mechanics (LEFM) approach is adopted to pursue the stress intensity factor’s evolution in 3-points bending before and after reparation of RC beams. Many parameters were taken account, such us the thickness of the adhesive layer and reinforcing plate, the stiffness, and young’s modulus. Results were identified and discussed.

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