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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 9)
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Feasibility Experimental Analysis of a New Anchorage in Reconstruction of Pre-stressed Structure

Dongsheng Shi, Weitao Huang and Zheng Ma
Corresponding Author:  Dongsheng Shi 

Key words:  Anchorage, Concrete structure, experiment, pre-stressing, reconstruction, ,
Vol. 7 , (9): 1842-1847
Submitted Accepted Published
June 07, 2013 July 22, 2013 March 05, 2014

In this study, a new anchorage used for reconstructive engineering of pre-stressed structure is mainly introduced. Pre-stressed concrete structures began to appear at the end of the 19th century. The structure form of pre-stressed concrete expresses outstanding advantages and gets a wide application, no matter in the functional form or structural properties as well as in construction or investment benefit. Facing functional changes and a situation that structure opening is often inevitable on the floor; the ordinary anchorage cannot fully meet the requirements of the reconstructive engineering. It`s urgent to test the new anchorage whose outstanding characteristic is higher anchoring coefficient, separated anchoring cup, participating of retaining bolt. Combined with several data analysis of anchorage test, a comprehensive study of the anchorage is indispensable to explore the feasibility of engineering applications.
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Dongsheng Shi, Weitao Huang and Zheng Ma, 2014. Feasibility Experimental Analysis of a New Anchorage in Reconstruction of Pre-stressed Structure.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(9): 1842-1847.
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