Seismic Strengthening of Concrete Buildings Using FRP Composites

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ISBN: 978-1-61567-145-8
Seismic Strengthening of Concrete
Buildings Using FRP Composites



Atlanta, Georgia
22-26 April 2007


Session at the 2007 ACI Spring Convention
ACI Special Publications Series SP-258
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SP-258—1
Seismic Retrofit of Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column T-Joints in Bridge Piers with FRP Composite Jackets

.........1
by C.P. Pantelides and J. Gergely
SP-258—2
Performance of an RC Corner Beam-Column Joint Severely Damaged under Bidirectional Loading and
Rehabilitated with FRP Composites

.................................................................................................................19
by M. Engindeniz, L.F. Kahn, and A.-H. Zureick
SP-258—3
Experimental Evaluation of Noncircular Reinforced Concrete Columns Strengthened with CFRP........................37
by S. Rocca, N. Galati, and A. Nanni
SP-258—4
Structural Upgrade of Reinforced Concrete Column-Tie Beam Assembly using FRP Composites

........................57
by A.S. Mosallam
SP-258—5
Providing External Confinement to Flexural Members to Improve Ductility—The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

..69
by A. Budek and G. Benzoni
SP-258—6
CFRP-Confined Reinforced Concrete Elements Subjected to Cyclic Compressive Loading

.................................85
by J.A.O. Barros, D.R.S.M. Ferreira, and R.K. Varma
SP-258—7
Hysteretic Rotation Model HRM4 for CFRP-Strengthened Joints

......................................................................105
by P.F. Silva
SP-258—8
Effect of Bond Properties on the Behavior of FRP-Strengthened RC Girders Subjected to Monotonic and Cyclic
Loads

............................................................................................................................................................117
by F. Lu and A. Ayoub