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S. P. Shang*, Hunan University, China

L. O. Zeng, Hunan University, China

H. Peng, Hunan University, China

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Conference on OUR WORLD IN CONCRETE & STRUCTURES: 28 - 29 August 2003, Singapore

FLEXURAL STRENGTHENING OF REINFORCED

CONCRETE BEAM WITH FERROCEMENT

S. P. Shang*, Hunan University, China

L. O. Zeng, Hunan University, China

H. Peng, Hunan University, China

Abstract

Ferrocement is a type of thin layer to reinforce concrete construction, where

usually hydraulic cement is reinforced with layers of continuous and relatively small

diameter steel wire mesh. Recently ferrocement technology is becoming more and

more attractive in housing construction. This paper deals with the response of

ferrocement thin plates reinforced with wire meshes as flexural strengthening material

for reinforced concrete beams. Experiments in the study involve testing of 16 RC

beams strengthened in flexure with ferrocement and 2 control specimens without

being strengthened. Strengthening results of ferrocement reinforced with U-shape

(ferrocement cast onto the tension face and two profile faces) have been analyzed.

Mid-span deflection, crack width and strains in the steel are measured during the

course of the tests. Performance of the tested beams is presented and discussed in

this paper. The test results confirm that ferrocement contributes greatly to increase of

the flexural capacity, raise of crack-resisting capacity and improvement of the bending

stiffness of RC beams. This paper uses nonlinear analysis method to obtain the whole

load-deflection curves for RC beams. The theoretical curves show a good agreement

with the experimental curves of the tested beams.

Keywords: R C beams; Ferrocement; Strengthening; Flexural strength; Nonlinear analysis

1. Introduction

Deterioration of reinforced concrete structures due to corrosion of the steel rebars or continual

upgrading of service lodas (increase of the traffic load on bridges for example) has resulted in a large

number of structures requiring repairing or strengthening. A number of techniques have been used in

the past. In the case of concrete structures, these techniques include: strengthening with steel

reinforcing plate, bonding with carbon fiber and strengthening with prestressed. These methods have

showed that post build strengthening can be successfully achieved and is usually feasible and

economical. Recently, Ferrocement technology is becoming more and more attractive in housing

construction, which is made of high grade mortar reinforced with layers of fine steel wire meshes[1

l

. The

use of precast ferrocement elements in construction will reduce the cost and labor force substantially.

With the industrialized building systems, the components can be mass-produced and hence, the

method reduces the overall construction time. Principal advantages of ferrocement over FRP sheets

include fireproof without epoxy-bonded and flexibility in its use. Another significant advantage of this

repair technique is that overall repair cost in terms of labor, material and equipment is low and can

offset the high material cost. A global perspective of research on ferrocement has recently been

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presented.

The work of Logan[2] et al. dealt with flexural strengthening with ferrocement. The results show that

ferrocement has obvious effects on raising the load-bearing capacity and crack-resisting capacity. The

model for the contribution of composites to flexural capacity is based on methods used for

reinforced concrete.

Basnnbnl ] et al. tested retangular beams using ferrocement, and observed that beams exhibited

superior cracking behavior, increased rigidity and had enhanced structural capacity. However, ductility

was reduced.

Ong[4] et al. investigated the flexural behavior of retangular beams strengthened with 20-mm-thick

ferrocement laminates. Methods of attachment of the ferrocement laminate using epoxy resin dahesive,

anchor bolts, and power-driven concrete nails were examined. The strengthened beams show greater

stiffness, higher ultimate flexural capacity, and reduced crack spacings and widths at all load levels.

In another study, P.Paramasivam[5] et al. carried out an extensive series of experiments on RC

T-beams strengthened with ferrocement laminates attachment to the tension face. The results show

that use of closely spaced shear connectors and proper surface preparation leads to improved

serviceability and flexural capacities.

Mothana Ahmed AI-Kubaisy[6] et al. carried out an experimental investigation to furnish additional

information on the flexural behavior of ferrocement-strengthened RC beams. In that study, it can be

seen that strengthening or repairing with ferrocement applied to the tension face can significantly

increase the ultimate strength of RC beams, and reduce the crack width and spacing.

This study focuses on the application of ferrocement in the strengthening of reinforced concrete

beams with U-shape (ferrocement cast onto the tension face and two profile faces) strengthened form.

Total pieces of 18 specimens have been studied and their results have been analyzed and reported.

Performances of the beams were compared and assessed with particular emphasis on cracking

behavior, mid-span deflection, and ultimate strength capacity. Compared with the conventional

reinforced concrete, ferrocement is reinforced in two directions; therefore, it has

homogenous-isotopicproperties in two directions. Compared with the specimens without being

strengthened, the strengthened specimens are significant in reduction of crack spacing and crack width,

prevention of cover spalling even at large deflection, increase of the toughness, and considerable

improvement in flexural capacity.

2. Experimental Program

A total of eighteen reinforced concrete beams (100 x 180 x 2200-mm) were cast in the laboratory

with the reinforcement. The beams were divided into two series, labeled A and B. Series A consisted of

thirteen beams. In these beams, the bottom flexural reinforcement consisted of three 8-mm-diameter

bars providing a total cross section of 151-mm

2

. Series B consisted offive beams. This series consisted

of three 10-mm-diameter bars providing a total cross section of 256-mm

2

. All beams were reinforced

with two 6-mm-diameter bars top. Stirrups made of 4-mm-diameter rods were used at a spacing of

100-mm in series A and 80-mm in series B to provide adequate shear reinforcement. Fig 1 shows the

test arrangement and reinforcement details. The beams were cast in molds made of steel plate sides.

Three 150mm concrete cubes and four 70mm mortar cubes were cast with each beam determining the

compressive strength of the concrete and ferrocement mortar, respectively.

@j

38

P/2

Il 700 1 300 1 300 1 700 l j100 I I 3<,610 I I

Fig 1. Geometric Details and Configuration of Test Beams

Ferrocement was cast onto the tension face and two profile faces of the beams, and which is

called U-shape. Square welded wire mesh was used to strengthen the beams. There were two kinds of

steel wire mesh, which were different in the diameter of the wire. The wire mesh details are shown in

Table 1. Thickness of the ferrocelllent laminate was 20mm, as seen in Fig 2(a). Denotation of cross

section can be seen from Fig 2(b).

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Table 1-Wire Mesh Properties

Mesh Name

Wire Diameter

(mm)

Weld mesh 1 0.8

Weld mesh 2 1.0

o

co

,-

o

20 20

Mo ar H 100 H

(a)

Aperture Yield Stren- Ultimate Str-

(mm)

oth (MPa) enoth (MPa)

12.5 286 352

12.5 303 371

b

1

h

Asml

I /i "---

Wire mesh Asm L-.!l-l As

I I

/'

"'-..

(b)

Fig 2. Typical section of beams

Modulus of

Elasticity (MPa)

1.8x10

5

1.8x10

5

Table 2 gives the details of the tested beams. The varying parameters were determined by the

layers of wire meshes, diameter of wire meshes and compressive strength of mortar. A1 and 81 were

the control specimens, to which no ferrocement strengthening was applied. All beams were simply

supported over a 2000mm and tested under monotonic loading. The load was applied using a 32-ton oil

jack and spread into two point loads on the beams. The oil jack was placed under the mid-span of the

beams. Three dial gauges were installed at two load pOints and mid-span of the beams to measure the

deflections. Cracks were carefully observed and measured with the aid of a magnifying glass. To

facilitate crack detection, the beams surfaces were painted white.

Table 2-Detail of Test Beams

Series Beams

Flexural

Weld Mesh

Mortar Cube Concrete

No. No.

Reinforcement Mesh Name

No.

Strength Cube Strength

Diameter (mm) (MPa) (MPa)

A1 8 - - - 35.3

A2 8 Weld mesh 1 1 21.6 35.3

A3 8 Weld mesh 1 2 21.6 35.3

A4 8 Weld mesh 1 3 21.6 35.3

A5 8 Weld mesh 2 1 22.7 37.5

A6 8 Weld mesh 2 2 22.7 37.5

A A7 8 Weld mesh 2 3 22.7 37.5

A8 8 Weld mesh 2 1 29.6 34.6

A9 8 Weld mesh 2 2 29.6 34.6

A10 8 Weld mesh 2 3 29.6 34.6

A11 8 Weld mesh 2 2 32.4 34.6

A12 8 Weld mesh 2 3 32.4 34.6

A13 8 Weld mesh 2 4 32.4 34.6

81 10 - - - 35.7

82 10 Weld mesh 2 2 29.6 35.7

B 83 10 Weld mesh 2 3 29.6 35.7

B4 10 Weld mesh 2 2 32.4 35.7

B5 10 Weld mesh 2 3 32.4 35.7

3.Results And Discussion

Generally, the structural behavior of the strengthened beams is similar to the control beams.

Failure in both cases was typical tension failure. Experimental results obtained from the tests for all the

beams are summarized in Table 3. The table gives the loads at first cracking, at yielding of flexural

reinforcement and at ultimate of beams. In Table 3, R1 is the ratio of the strengthened beam's first

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cracking load to control beam's first cracking load, and R2 is the ratio of the strengthened beam's

ultimate load to control beam's ultimate load.

From table 3, it can be seen that strengthening the beams with ferrocement laminate improves the

flexural strength by 18% to 68% in series A, and by 34% to 46% in series B, respectively. The results

show that ferrocement has the obvious effects on raising the load-bearing capacity. Cracking load of

beams in series A varied 1.25 and 2.25 times of that of the control beam. In series B, results of

ferrocement-strengthened beams show that first-crack loads increase by 33% to 67% compared with

control beam. In Fig 3, it is shown that the crack width and spacing of strengthened beams with

U-shape ferrocement were reduced.

"Ii bl S f I a e 3- ummary 0 test resu ts

Beams No.

First Cracking

R1

Yielding of Flexural Ultimate Load

R2

Load (kN) Reinforcement Load(kN) (kN)

A1 4.0 1.0 16.0 19.5 1.0

A2 5.0 1.25 20.0 23.1 1.18

A3 6.0 1.50 22.0 25.8 1.32

A4 6.0 1.50 24.0 28.1 1.44

A5 6.0 1.50 23.0 26.2 1.34

A6 7.0 1.75 25.0 29.3 1.50

A7 8.0 2.00 26.0 31.2 1.60

A8 6.0 1.50 23.0 26.7 1.37

A9 7.0 1.75 25.0 29.6 1.52

A10 8.0 2.0 26.0 32.1 1.65

A11 8.0 2.0 26.0 30.4 1.59

A12 8.0 2.0 27.0 32.8 1.68

A13 9.0 2.25 28.0 32.0 1.64

81 6.0 1.0 24.0 27.7 1.0

82 8.0 1.33 33.0 37.2 1.34

83 10.0 1.67 35.0 39.8 1.44

84 9.0 1.50 34.0 37.8 1.36

85 10.0 1.67 35.0 40.5 1.46

A1 AS

A6 A7

Fig 3. Modality of some beams

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Load-Deflection Curves for beams are shown in Fig. 4. The figure shows that mid-span deflection

for all strengthened beams was lower than that of the control beams at given loads. And slope of curve

for ferrocement-strengthened beams was smaller than that of the control beams. It is shown that

ferrocement contributes greatly to improvement of the bending stiffness of RC beams.

35

2 30

::::.

25

o

.....I

--A1

--A2

o 5 10 15 20 25

Mid-span Deflection (mm)

35 --A1

" --------'"

---A11

2

30

fY"

-A.--A12

::::.

25

... .-..... .

"0

f

----Y- A13

tl$ r

0

20

.:I

.....I Iii .----. _____________

15

J.,f,/ __ ---

,l; ./

t//

10

5

,.

0

0 5 10 15 20 25

Mid-span Deflection (mm)

35

230

.!o::

--- 25

.3 20

--A1

---A5

,._" -A.--A6

-.-A7

9/ .-- --.

Z'i ._. _____

,IV .--.-- ------.

15 1" /.--

,

yy /-

, .

10 /

Il

5 :0"

45

40

235

.!o::

5 10 15 20 25

Mid-span Deflection (mm)

--81

--82

.,....----

--A-83

/ /-"'.-

:;30 f' .

f i

e

.----.--_________

.....I

tV "--.

20 l

...

15

I. .'

, 'f'

10 'I

5

iF

0

0

l",'d 10 D 1m . 20( f5

I -span e ectlon mm

Fig. 4 Load-Deflection Curves of Some Beams

4.Non-linear analysis

Ferrocement beams are more likely to be over-reinforced, and the reinforcement is more evenly

dispersed as compared with conventionally reinforced beams[21. This paper uses nonlinear analysis

method to obtain the whole load-deflection curves for RC beams. It is computed using the following

assumptions:

1. The stain of reinforced, wire mesh and concrete are based on plane deformation assumption.

Strains were assumed to be linearly distributed

2. No slid between concrete and steel

3. The bending stiffness of RC beam is the same along the lognitudinal direction of beam

4. Wire mesh stress-strain relationship is

asm=Esm'Esm (Esm S Esm,u) , a

sm

=fsy (lOs S lOy)

5. Steel stress-strain relationship is

as=Es'Es (EsSEy)' as = fy (lOs >Ey)

6. Concrete stress-strain relationship is

a

e

= (0 SEe S Eo), a

e

=a

O

(Eo SEe S Eeu)

Eo Eo

where Eo=0.002, Ee,u =0.0033

7. The ferrocement onto the two profile faces uses the coefficient of fJ, whose expression is

fJ = from this study.

b

The analysis is outlined below:

505

h

Ee

W enEe <EO' E=-X

he

a = - = -

Eo Eo EOh

e

heEo

Fe = foe abldx =bIfoe 00 =bIao(ehe _ e;he)

eohe eohe eo 3e5

From equilibrium of internal forces, it can be got:

L N = 0 =>Fe = E sEsAs + {3E smEsmAsm

From plane deformation assumption, the following expressions are gained:

_

E

e

= he ho -he Ee he h -he

Es ho -he =>Es =TEe' Esm = h -he =>Esm = he Ee

The calculating as follows:

when E < Eo E < fy

e 's E

s

b (

Eehe E;he) E A {3 E A

laO -----2 = Es s s + Esm sm sm

Eo 3Eo

b1aO(se -3s

o

)h; -3s;(EsAs + f3EsmAsm)h

c

+3s;(h

o

EsAs + f3hEsmAsm) = 0

From above two equations, it can be got:

when

fy

ee > EO,Es <-

Es

- B + .J B 2 - 4AC

h =-------

c 2A

2AhO + B - .JB2 - 4AC

E s = _ B + .J B 2 _ 4AC e C

b100h

e

- b1a

O

sohc = EsEsAs + {3E smEsmAsm

3s

c

(1)

b

1

a

O

(

3E

e -eo)h

e

2

+3e

c

(EsAs + f3

E

smAsm)h

e

- 3Ec(h

o

EsAs + f3hEsmAsm) = 0

From above two equations, it can be got:

- B + .J B 2 - 4 AC

2A (2)

2 Ah 0 + B - .J B 2 - 4 AC

e s = --""'------,=====-- e C

- B + .J B 2 - 4 AC

506

when

b (Echc _ E;hc) =

1 0 2

Eo 3Eo

From above equation, it can be got:

when

he

e6 (fyAs + Pf syAsm )

fy

E >Eo,E >-,

c s Es

b10 ohc - b10 0 E ohc = fyAs + PfsyAsm

3e

c

From above equation, it can be got:

3E c (fyAs + f3fsy

A

sm )

h = ---"-------'---

c b

1

o

O

( 3Ec - 3Ec)

(3)

From (1)-(4), the relationship between mid-span deflection and load is clear. From Fig. 5, it can be

seen that the theoretical curves show a good agreement with the experimental curves of the tested

beams, especially before flexural reinforcement yielded.

25

30

Z

.------- z

:::..

20

.. ---. :::.. 25

\

"0 r( -. "0

co ..

co

20

.17

0

15

i

0

J! A__

...J , ...J

15 .. 1/

01

..

10

/1

. .

..

10

II

.. ..

..

II

1

-A--- A2-Experimental result

..

-A--- A4-Experimental result

5

.

---A2-Theoretical result

5 I

--- A4-Theoretical result

0 0

0 4 8 12 16 20 24 0 4 8 12 16 20

Mid-span Deflection (mm)

Mid-span Deflection (mm)

30

40

Z

.-.

35 .-.

25

.---

Z

.-

.---

30

:::..

e __r

e

:::><.., .----.

:::..

"0

20

...

25

p.-./'

co

.1.( "0

0

// co

( '&-6

Jt

0

20 ...J

15 ...J

I ,

15

" 10

J

"

if

Ii

i -----6- A5-Experimental result 10

".

---A7-Experimental result

5 :

---A5-Theoretical result 5 f

--- A7-Theoretical result

o

o 4 8 12 16 20 24 0 4 8 12 16 20 24

Mid-span Deflection (mm) Mid-span Deflection (mm)

Fig. 5 Theoretical Load-Deflection Curves of Some Beams

507

Calculation

An experimental investigation has been carried out to provide information on the flexural behavior

of RC beams strengthened with U-shape ferrocement. From the study, the following conclusions may

be drawn:

1. Strengthening with U-shape ferrocement applied to the tension face and two profile faces can

significantly increase the ultimate strength of RC beams.

2. Results show that ferrocement has obvious effects on raise of crack-resisting capacity, increase of

the number of cracks, and decrease of the crake width.

3. Ferrocement contributes greatly to improvement of the bending stiffness of RC beams. At given

loads, the mid-span deflection for strengthened beams was lower than that of the control beams.

4. Increasing the surface steel wire mesh increases the load at which the first cracks occur, increases

ultimate load, and increases bending stiffness of RC beams.

5. Through nonlinear analysis method to obtain the whole load-deflection curves for RC beams, the

theoretical curves agree well with experimental curves of the tested beams.

References

[1] ACI Committee. "A Guide for the Design Construction and Repair of Ferrocement". ACI Structural

Journal, 1988, 85(3): 323-351

[2] Logan D. and Shah S.P.,"Moment Capacity and Cracking Behaviour of Ferrocement in

Flexure".Journal of the American Concrete Institute, 1973,70(12):799-804

[3] Basaunbull A, Gubati A, AI-Sulaimani, et al. "Repaired Reinforced Concrete Beams". ACI Material

Journal, 1990,87(4): 345-354

[4] Ong, K. C., Paramasivam, P. & Lim, C.T.E. "Flexural strengthening of reinforced concrete beams

with using ferrocement laminates". J.Ferrocement, 1992,22(4): 331-42

[5] Paramasivam P, Ong K C G, Lim C T E. "Ferrocement Laminates for Strengthening RC T-beams".

Cement & Concrete Composites, 1994, 16(2): 143-152

[6] MothanaAhmed AI-Kubaisy, Mohd Zamin Jumaat. "Ferrocement Laminate Strengthens RC Beams".

Concrete International, 2000, 22(6): 37-43

Notation

b =the width of cross section

b

1

= the width of cross section after strengthened

h =the height of cross section

hi = the height of cross section after strengthened

he = the compressive depth of cross section

a

o

=the maximal compressive stress of concrete

E 0 = the maximal compressive strain of concrete when a = a 0

Ee =the given compressive strain of concrete

Fe =the composition of forces of compressive concrete

Asm = the area of steel wire mesh on tension face

Asm 1 = the area of steel wire mesh on two profile faces

Esm =the stains of steel wire mesh

E sm =the modulus of steel wire mesh elasticity

As = the area of steel tension reinforcement

E s =the strains at which tension reinforcement yielded

E s =the modulus of tension reinforcement elasticity

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