Bond behaviour of Steel Reinforced Grout for the extrados strengthening of masonry vaults

Volume: 150, Pages: 367 - 382
Published: Sep 1, 2017
Abstract
Steel Reinforced Grout (SRG), consisting of ultra high tensile strength steel cords embedded in a mortar matrix, is an effective solution for the upgrade of existing structures. Among its various applications, it can be applied to the extrados and the intrados of masonry vaults to improve their load-carrying and seismic capacity. Nevertheless, its bond strength on curved substrates, which is crucial for the design of the reinforcement of masonry...
Paper Details
Title
Bond behaviour of Steel Reinforced Grout for the extrados strengthening of masonry vaults
Published Date
Sep 1, 2017
Volume
150
Pages
367 - 382
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