A wire winding apparatus for banding a wall of a structure with a tensioned tendon comprising: A wire winding apparatus in accordance with claim 1 in which said upper and lower belts are flat, wide belts formed of steel cables, said belts having an outer elastomeric covering thereon for engaging the structural wall. A wire winding apparatus in accordance with claim 1 in which said means on said carriage for engaging said belt means and pulling thereon with sufficient force to propel said carriage comprises a hydraulic motor drive means and a belt drive drum means in engagement with said belt means and driven by said hydraulic motor drive means.
The nominal stress times the SCF should then be compared to the appropriate category. Generally, such misalignment should be avoided at fatigue critical locations. In either case, if the ends are pinned, the SCF is twice as large. A thorough guide to the SCF for various types of misalignment and distortion, including plates of unequal thickness, can be found in the British Standards Institute published document PD .
Reinforced and Prestressed Concrete and Bridge Stay Cables Concrete structures are typically less sensitive to fatigue than welded steel and aluminum structures. However, fatigue may govern the design when impact loading is involved, such as for pavement, bridge decks, and rail ties.
Also, as the age of concrete girders in service increases, and as the applied stress ranges increase with increasing strength of concrete, the concern for fatigue in concrete structural members has also increased. However, even if failure does not occur, repeated loading may contribute to premature cracking of the concrete, such as inclined cracking in prestressed beams.
This cracking can then lead to localized corrosion and fatigue of the reinforcement . The fatigue strength ofstraight, unwelded reinforcing bars and prestressing strand can be described in terms of the categories for steel details with the category B S-N curve.
The lowest stress range that has been known to cause a fatigue crack in a straight reinforcing bar is MPa, which occurred after more than a million cycles. As expected, based on the results for steel details, minimum stress and yield strength had minimal effect on the fatigue strength of reinforcing bars.
Bar size, geometry, and deformations also had minimal effect. ACI Committee  suggested that members be designed to limit the stress range in the reinforcing bar to MPa for high levels of minimum stress possibly increasing to MPa for less minimum stress.
Fatigue tests show that previously bent bars had only about half the fatigue strength of straight bars, and failures have occurred down to MPa .
Committee recommends that half of the stress range for straight bars be used i. Equating this recommendation to the S-N curves for steel details, bent reinforcement may be treated as a category D detail. Fatigue failures have been reported in welded wire fabric and bar mats .
This is because the entire section is resisting the load ranges and the stress range in the prestessing strand is minimal.
Similarly, for unbonded pre- stressed members, the st ress ranges will be very small. Although the fatigue strength of prestressing strand in air is about equal to category B, when the anchorages are tested as well, the fatigue strength of the system is as low as half the fatigue strength of the wire alone i.
However, there is reason to be concerned for bonded prestressing at cracked sections because the stress range increases locally. The concern for cracked sections is even greater if corrosion is involved. The pitting from corrosive attack can dramatically lower the fatigue strength of reinforcement .
The above data were generated in tests of the prestressing systems in air. When actual beams are tested, the situation is very complex, but it is clear that much lower fatigue strength can be obtained [45, 48].
Committee has recommended the following for prestressed beams: This is approximately equivalent to category C.A method and apparatus are disclosed for circumferentially banding a circumferential wall of a large vessel with a highly tensioned tendon.
The carriage is suspended from the top of the structure and constrained into contact with the wall to travel circumferentially about the vertical structural wall.
The carriage is propelled forwardly during banding against the large restraining force, e.g. 2. Model Specification for Bonded and Unbonded Post-tensioned Concrete Floors.
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