Dynamic Characteristics of Reinforced Concrete Beams Made of Carbonate Concrete
Vladimir Belov, Pavel Kuliaev, Temur Barkayadownload PDF
Abstract. The ability of solid structures to absorb a certain part of the energy of dynamic impacts has not been properly reflected in impact theories. Meanwhile the effect of material properties on the various structures in the impact is so much that ignoring it when the solution of a large number dynamic problems makes it impossible to explain without distorting quantitatively and qualitatively, many of the actually observed phenomena, for example, equalization of dynamic stresses in places of their concentration and fluctuation of other parameters. In the article, two independent parameters for conventional reinforced concrete beams and those made of limestone concrete are compared, namely dynamic coefficient and the values of elastic rebound in impact. The effect of the reinforcement is not discussed in the paper.
Reinforced Concrete, Carbonate Concrete, Strength, Dynamic Parameters, Matrix
Published online 1/5/2022, 5 pages
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Citation: Vladimir Belov, Pavel Kuliaev, Temur Barkaya, Dynamic Characteristics of Reinforced Concrete Beams Made of Carbonate Concrete, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 21, pp 209-213, 2022
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