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Title: Torsional behaviour of reinforced fibre concrete beams
Authors: Mansur, M.A. 
Lim, T.Y.
Keywords: Beams
composite construction
composite materials
cracking (fracturing)
fibre concrete
fracture properties
reinforced concrete
reinforcing steels
steel fibres
torsion tests
torsional strength
Issue Date: Nov-1985
Citation: Mansur, M.A.,Lim, T.Y. (1985-11). Torsional behaviour of reinforced fibre concrete beams. International Journal of Cement Composites and Lightweight Concrete 7 (4) : 261-267. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Pure torsion tests were conducted on rectangular fibre concrete beams reinforced in three different ways: without bar reinforcement, with longitudinal bars only and with longitudinal bars and transverse hoops. Fifteen tests investigated the influence of the volume fraction of discrete steel fibres and the amount of longitudinal and transverse reinforcement on the behaviour and strength of the beams. The test results indicate that the fibres can be best utilised in resisting torsional load only when the beams are provided with continuous reinforcement both in the longitudinal and transverse directions. © 1985.
Source Title: International Journal of Cement Composites and Lightweight Concrete
ISSN: 02625075
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