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The experimental investigation effect on the torsional behavior of web spacing, concrete class and concrete type of reinforcement concrete beams constitute basis of this work.
The compressive strength of concrete, 20 MPa and 40 MPa, the type of concrete, conventional concrete and self-compacting concrete, web spacing of 80 mm and mm, was determined the main parameters of this work. The torsional moment capacities and corresponding rotation angle values, the critical torsional moment values and corresponding critical rotation angles, torsional cracks of the beam samples that subjected to the torsion was measured experimentally.
The torsional moment capacity results that were measured experimentally were compared with the elastic, plastic and skew-bending theories. The most closed results were get to the skew-bending theory. The graphic of torsional moment capacity- unit rotational angles were plotted. The low web spacing, high concrete class and self-compacting concrete type that have a positive effect on the torsional behavior was determined experimentally in this study.
Experimental critical torsion values were compared with empirical values obtained from related studies. Zotero Mendeley EndNote. The comparison of the experimental and theoretical torsional moment results of reinforcement concrete beams.
Anahtar Kelimeler en tr Reinforced concrete beam , torsional moment , self-compacting concrete , skew-bending theory. Special Publication, Concrete, Foster, Nonlinear reinforced concrete frame element with torsion.
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