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effective modulus of elasticity of concrete in tension

Atif F. Shaker

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Published
**1991**
by Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Alberta, Canada in Edmonton, Alta., Canada
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Written in English

- Concrete -- Testing.,
- Elasticity.,
- Reinforced concrete -- Testing.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Atif F. Shaker, D.J. Laurie Kennedy. |

Series | Structural engineering report ;, 172, Structural engineering report ;, no. 172. |

Contributions | Kennedy, D. J. Laurie. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TA440 .S467 1991 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 160 p. : |

Number of Pages | 160 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1643031M |

LC Control Number | 91197827 |

MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF CONCRETE The modulus of elasticity of concrete is important, not only in estimating deflections of prestressed concrete members but . Young's modulus, or the Young modulus, is a mechanical property that measures the stiffness of a solid material. It defines the relationship between stress (force per unit area) and strain (proportional deformation) in a material in the linear elasticity regime of a uniaxial deformation.. Young's modulus is named after the 19th-century British scientist Thomas Young; but the concept was SI unit: pascal.

ARCH Note Set Suabn 2 n = modulus of elasticity transformation coefficient for steel to concrete n.a. = shorthand for neutral axis (N.A.) pH = chemical alkalinity P = name for load or axial force vector P o = maximum axial force with no concurrent bending moment in a. aim of this study is to determine Modulus of Elasticity of Reinforced Concrete by non-linear Finite Element Analysis (model size x x mm) with different grades of concrete (M20, M25, M30) and percentage of tension reinforcement varying from to % using ANSYS. Keypoints: Reinforced Concrete Beam, Modulus of.

An elastic modulus (also known as modulus of elasticity) is a quantity that measures an object or substance's resistance to being deformed elastically (i.e., non-permanently) when a stress is applied to it. The elastic modulus of an object is defined as the slope of its stress–strain curve in the elastic deformation region: A stiffer material will have a higher elastic modulus. 3 Estimating Total Losses T.L. =ES +CR +SH +RE (Eq. 1) where T.L. = total loss (psi), and other terms are losses due to: ES = elastic shortening CR = creep of concrete SH = shrinkage of concrete RE = relaxation of tendons Elastic Shortening es ps cir ci ES =K E f /E (Eq. 2) where Kes = for pretensioned members. More guidance in C.I. article. Eps = modulus of elasticity of prestressing File Size: 74KB.

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The effective modulus of elasticity of concrete in tension. Author(s) / Creator(s) Kennedy, D. Laurie. Shaker, Atif F. Structural engineering report SER | SER-ID SERCited by: 3. the effective modulus of elasticity Abraham Slavin Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Section of Sciences, French University, Graduate School, New York, N.

: Abraham Slavin. The elastisitymodulus or E-modulus is a property of a material (like concrete or steel) whichs tells how much tension is needed to make it a little bit longer or shorter (when you pull at 2 ends of a steal beam it’ll be a bit longer then when you press it together).

In this paper, the analytical expressions of the effective elastic moduli E ∗ for concrete or other composite materials under a uniform stress field, a uniform strain field and a uniform field at infinity are obtained based on elastic by: effective modulus of elasticity for concrete, Ece, given by Ece = Ec (1+ϕ) (5) For concrete subjected to tension are adopted the stress-strain diagrams indicated in Fig.

σct εct fct εcr Ec E ce σct,lim (1+ ϕ)εcr ϕ=0 ϕ>0 Fig. 2 – Stress-strain diagrams for concrete in tension The tensile stress σct is File Size: KB.

Modulus of elasticity of concrete (Ec) is defined as the ratio of the applied stress to the corresponding strain. Not only does it demonstrate the ability of concrete to withstand deformation due to applied stress but also its stiffness.

In other words, it reflects the ability of concrete to deflect : Madeh Izat Hamakareem. Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete What is the Modulus of Elasticity.

Modulus of elasticity (also known as elastic modulus, the coefficient of elasticity) of a material is a number which is defined by the ratio of the applied stress to the corresponding strain within the elastic limit.

Physically it indicates a material’s resistance to being deformed when a stress is applied to it. MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF CONCRETE The modulus of elasticity of concrete E c —adopted in modi-ﬁed form by the ACI Code—is given by With normal-weight, normal-density concrete these two relations can be simpliﬁed to where E c modulus of elasticity of concrete, lb/in2 (MPa); and speciﬁed day compressive strength of con-crete, lb/in2 File Size: KB.

Modulus of Elasticity & Rupture of Concrete (LRFD Art. &6) Modulus of Elasticity Ec f c c c E K w 'o For tension-controlled reinforced concrete sections as specified in Art. the effective prestress after all losses which may be approximated as ksi for GradeFile Size: KB. Modulus of elasticity E cm.

The elastic deformation properties of reinforced concrete depend on its composition and especially on the aggregates. Approximate values for the modulus of elasticity E cm (secant value between σ c = 0 and f cm) for concretes with quartzite aggregates, are given in EN Table according to the following.

dure for determining concrete elastic modulus. This method requires loading of the stan-dard cylinder in uniaxial, cyclic compression at relatively low load levels. Some researchers have suggested that the elastic modulus for concrete may be different under compression and tension type loading.

While it is possible that differences in microcrack. The construction will have a 20 mm thick "ribbon" of fibers in concrete on the top curved surface of a cross section that will have solid concrete on the bottom curved surface of the cross section. The test sample for tension was described above having 80 x fibers = in a concrete plate with a cross sectional area.

MODULUS OF ELASTICITY OF CONCRETE The modulus of elasticity of concrete E c adopted in modified form by the ACI Code is given by With normal-weight, normal-density concrete these two relations can be simplified to where E c = modulus of elasticity of concrete, lb/in 2 (MPa); and = specified day compressive strength of concrete, lb/in 2 (MPa).

Three performance zones were proposed for estimating the modulus of elasticity based on porosity at the stress levels of and MPa, i.e. lower, average, and upper. The modulus of elasticity creates the greatest challenge for recycled concrete to overcome.

The modulus of elasticity is largely determined by the porosity of concrete, the density, and its aggregate (Li et al., ).Fig. provides the relative modulus of elasticity (expressed as percentages of that of the control) of the concrete mixtures.

It is seen that the modulus of elasticity. No, Young’s modulus is the same in tension and compression. What does differ greatly in concrete is what happens when the limit of proportional elastic behaviour is reached. Concrete is a very brittle material.

In tension, it cracks readily from the weakest point under very low applied loads. Architects must go to great lengths to avoid concrete elements going into tension.

Modulus of elasticity: Elasticity modulus of concrete is an important property required for computation of deflections of structural concrete members.

Modulus of elasticity is the ratio between Stress and Strain. As per IS modulus of elasticity is obtained by the following relation. Elastic modulus (the stress required to produce unit strain) is the measure of stiffness of a material.

The stiffness of a component means how much it deflects under a given load. Why are we concerned about it. Because, stiffness is important in d. Ec = Modulus of elasticity of concrete. f’c = Compressive strength of concrete.

According to. ACI –08, (Normal weight concrete) the modulus of elasticity of concrete is, Ec = √f’c Mpa and; IS the modulus of elasticity of concrete is √f’c, MPa. The main factors which may affect the values determination of modulus of.

2 IMPORTANCE OF MODULUS OF ELASTICITY IN SURFACE REPAIR MATERIALS (ACI T) reported in the case of compressive creep, it has been observed that increasing the amount of aggregate in the repair material causes the tensile creep of the repair concrete to increase.4 Because shrinkage is reduced when the aggregate.

Concrete Yield Strength, fc’ (MPa) Modulus of Elasticity, Ec (MPa) Modulus of Rupture, fr (MPa) Class C 28 25 Class A 24 23 Class B 21 22 Notes: 1. Thermal coefficient of expansion = x /°C 2. Shrinkage coefficient = after 28 days = after 1 year Size: 21KB.Knowledge of the tensile Young's modulus of concrete at early ages is important for estimating the risk of cracking due to restrained shrinkage and thermal contraction.

However, most often, the tensile modulus is considered equal to the compressive modulus and is estimated empirically based on the measurements of compressive strength. To evaluate the validity of this approach, the tensile Cited by: Determination of Modulus of Elasticity The method that have been used to measure modulus of elasticity are following: tension (or compression) test, bending test and natural frequency vibration test.

The tension and bending test are based on the principle of Hook’s law and they are File Size: KB.