The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 29 (1951) > Issues > Issue 12 > Bond Stresses in Reinforced Concrete Columns and Beams
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Bond Stresses in Reinforced Concrete Columns and Beams

Pull out tests have shown that the distribution of bond stress along the column is an exponential function, and that the maximum value of bond stress occurs at the loaded end of the steel before any slip takes place, the order of the maximum value being 700 lb./in.2. After initial slip, the position of maximum bond stress moves along the steel, its value remaining sensibly constant. J.M. Hawkes and Professor R.H. Evans

Author(s): Hawkes, J M;Evans, R H

Keywords: reinforced concrete;columns;beams;bond;reinforcement;stresses