Bond Behaviour of Steel and Concrete with Pull-Out Test

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This experimental investigation presents the influence of rebar’s which has protecting coating, rested rebar and fresh rebar and there bond strength development between the steel and concrete. Pull-out experiment was conducted Universal Testing Machine (UTM) which has a capacity of 400 KN as per IS code procedure. The tested rebar includes rusty rebar, acid preserved rebar and cement chemical compound anticorrosive coated rebar. The Concrete mix design for M25 grade of concrete were used and therefore 18 concrete cube specimens with external projection of steel rod were tested. The various load slip behaviour was studied at the free end finish and loaded end victimization dial gauges. The last word bond stress just like the lowest load worth of 0.025 mm metal slip and 0.25 mm slip was thought of as a result of the usable bond strength of steel rebar’s and concrete. The check results blatant correlation exists between Load at 0.025 mm free finish slip and 0.25 mm loaded finish slip. It had been found that presence of rust and cement compound anticorrosive coating among the steel concrete interface appreciably can increase the bond strength of the order of 20 % and 27 % severally for 16mm diameter bars as compared to rust free rebar. For 20mm dia. Bars has totally different bond strength for rusty rebar’s and therefore the increase in bond strength for coated bars are compared with 2 differing kinds of uncoated bars and rusted rebar’s were determined. It’s over that presence of rust influences in reduction / increase in bond strength hoping on the character of rust at the interface among the initial ages. Application of cement compound coating has been improves the bond strength of the order of 31% – 37 % to satisfies the necessities of Burse Indian Standards code (IS)




Vijayan*, Dr. D. S. … Deepika, Mrs. P. (2019). Bond Behaviour of Steel and Concrete with Pull-Out Test. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 3853–3857.

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