Simulation Study on Concrete Structure Bonding with Steel Plate
The building structure reinforcement simulation system is very necessary for the rapid development of the building reinforcement industry, in this paper, the feasibility of the simulation on concrete structure bonding with steel plate was analyzed, and the influence of deformation and stress of concrete beam was studied by the thickness of steel plate and bonding layer. The research results show that the cracking load of the original concrete beam model is 8.712 KN, the limit load is 8.92 KN, and the midpoint displacement is 0.4443 mm; when the thickness of steel plate is 4 mm, the limit load is 11.579 KN, comparing it to the 8.92 KN of the original concrete beam model, the bearing capacity can be improved to 32.91%; The maximum adhesion stress at the end of the bonding layer increases first and then decreases as the thickness of the bonding layer increases, the ratio between the maximum adhesion stress and the minimum adhesion stress increases first and then decreases as the thickness of the bonding layer increases.
Y. L. Wang et al., "Simulation Study on Concrete Structure Bonding with Steel Plate", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 163-167, pp. 3735-3738, 2011