(Peer review + Similarity + Document) Effect of Reinforcement Details on Precast Bridge Frames of Bamboo Reinforced Concrete to Load Capacity and Crack Patterns

muhtar, muhtar and amri, gunasti and Surya Manggala, Adhitya and FATHONISYAM, ARDHI and Hanafi, Hanafi and Nilogiri, Agung (Peer review + Similarity + Document) Effect of Reinforcement Details on Precast Bridge Frames of Bamboo Reinforced Concrete to Load Capacity and Crack Patterns. International.

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Abstract

Truss structures are usually only considered to accept compressive axial forces and tensile axial forces. Structure node point is assumed to be a joint that cannot receive moments. But it's not the case with truss structures from concrete, large self-weight causes moment, so that "Truss" structures from concrete are called "Frame" structures. This study aims to increase the capacity and crack pattern of the precast bridge frame from bamboo reinforced concrete with different reinforcement variants. Two frames are made with the focus of observation on the underside element of the frame. Frame variations consist of one frame with symmetry reinforcement as the joint frame model or “truss model”, one frame with flexural reinforcement as the rigid portal model or “frame model”. Testing is done with two load points at the knot on the top side of the frame. The test results show that the bamboo reinforced concrete frame with a rigid portal model or "frame model" has stiffness and higher load capacity than the stiffness of the joint frame model or "truss model". Large self-weight will cause the moment can not be zero on each element, and the knot point behaves elastic clasps. However, a reinforced concrete frame does not fully behave as a rigid portal, this is evidenced by the crack pattern similar to the crack pattern on the "truss model", namely cracking perpendicular to the stem element and propagate across the tensile element

Item Type: Peer Review
Subjects: 600 Technology and Applied Science > 620 Engineering > 624 Civil Engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering > Department of Informatics Engineering (S1)
Depositing User: Agung Nilogiri
Date Deposited: 16 Feb 2022 08:15
Last Modified: 16 Feb 2022 08:15
URI: http://repository.unmuhjember.ac.id/id/eprint/12964

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