Behaviour of Normal and Lightweight Aggregate Beams with Shear Cracks
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Behaviour of Normal and Lightweight Aggregate Beams with Shear Cracks

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Behaviour of Normal and Lightweight Aggregate Beams with Shear Cracks
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Expressions for aggregate interlock load/displacement relationships and ultimate strengths are deduced from tests of push-off specimens of concretes made with natural gravel and lightweight (expanded clay) aggregates. The results show the importance of crack roughness in the interlock phenomenon. Y.D. Hamadi and P.E. Regan

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