@article{oai:soar-ir.repo.nii.ac.jp:00012961,
author = {伝田, 正直 and 長, 尚},
journal = {信州大学工学部紀要},
month = {Jul},
note = {The bond stress distribution of reinforced concrete was investigated by making a comparison between observed bond stresses for the push on tests and non-linearly analyzed ones using the finite element method. A typical distribution of the bond stress was observed as a wave-like form having the peaks at a force offering end and a point closed to the free end, and the maximum value was about twice as large as the so-called average bond stress. In consequence of the appropriate assumptions of the quantitative constants depending on the bond characteristics, the distribution forms obtained from the non-linear analyses were qualitatively in agreement with those obtained from the observations, but the linear analyses, by which the distribution forms were not wave-like, could not make clear the actual observations at all. It was found that the distribution is greatly affected by the slight changes of the bond constants. Then the conclusion may be drawn that the bond behavior in reinforced concrete is not elastic but plastic. The bond strength of the group bars was also observed, and the coefficients of the effective bond area were nearly 0.67 for 2 bars and 0.5 for 3 bars respectively., Article, 信州大学工学部紀要 34: 167-177 (1973)},
pages = {167--177},
title = {鉄筋コンクリートの付着応力の分布について},
volume = {34},
year = {1973}
}