The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 23/24 > Steel-Fibre-Reinforced High Strength Concrete Corbels: Test Results and Analysis
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Steel-Fibre-Reinforced High Strength Concrete Corbels: Test Results and Analysis

The paper presents part of a wide-ranging investigation on normal and high strength concrete corbels. Corbels with short span/depth ratios of up to 2 are considered, and a theoretical design procedure is derived based on the fundamental approach adopted for the analysis of deep beams by previous researchers. The theory takes account of the improved ductility imparted by steel fibres to the reinforced concrete corbels. Proffesor P.S. Mangat and W. Halabi