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Finite Element Analysis of Hybrid Bonded FRP Strengthen System

  • T. A. SreelakshmiEmail author
  • B. R. Beena
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Part of the Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering book series (LNCE, volume 46)

Abstract

Importance of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) strengthened technique is significant in the case of reinforced concrete slabs. Even though a wide variety of FRP strengthening technique is available, but premature debonding is the main failure model in ordinary bond technique, and the strengthening effect is limited. The present study concentrated on hybrid bonded FRP strengthen technique and it is a combination of externally adhered and mechanically fastened fiber reinforced polymer system. This study focused on finite element analysis by using ANSYS and compare the structural behavior of externally bonded (EB) and hybrid bonded (HB) FRP strengthening systems.

Keywords

Fiber-reinforced polymer De-bonding Hybrid Strengthening FE model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Civil EngineeringFederal Institute of Science and TechnologyAngamalyIndia

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