Rapid Jacketing Technique by Using UHP-SHCC for Damaged RC Column under Seismic Loading
This paper introduces a rapid jacketing technique for RC column, which involves spraying UHP-SHCC. Any formwork and/or additional reinforcement are not needed. The technique may be helpful in reducing construction time and cost. Cyclic loading tests were conducted for the column specimens repaired by UHP-SHCC and ordinary polymer cement mortar. It was confirmed experimentally that the developed technique using UHP-SHCC improve not only ultimate load but also ductility of recovered specimen. It seems that the prevention of buckling of longitudinal reinforcement, which was constrained by UHP-SHCC, imparts the mechanical improvement to the column specimens.
KeywordsCompressive Strength Initial Loading Cover Concrete Longitudinal Reinforcement Repair Material
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