Significance of Concrete Cover to Reinforcement in Structural Elements at Varying Temperatures
This paper evaluated the significance of concrete cover for reinforcement in structural elements at varying temperatures. Sixty samples of 320 mm x 150 mm x 100 mm concrete beams reinforced with 10 mm main bars and 6 mm nominal reinforcement were cast in the laboratory in four batches. Each batch contains fifteen samples with concrete cover for reinforcement varied at 10 mm, 15 mm, 20 mm and 25...
Published at International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research
Published in 2014
Awoyera, P.O., Arum, C., Akinwumi, I.I.
AWOYERA Paul » Paul Awoyera currently holds a Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree in Civil Engineering with specialization in structures. Prior to joining Covenant University, he has worked on numerous projects on the field involving structural design, building construction,subsoil investigation,concrete waterproofing and non destructive testing. His pedagogical interest include but not limited... view full profile
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