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Fire Resistance of Steel Connectors of Precast Lightweight Concrete Walls
Journal of Marine Science and Technology
In this study the fire test was performed to investigate the mechanic behaviors and failure patterns of precast normal weight concrete (NWC) and lightweight concrete (LWC) walls with three types of commonly used steel connectors, namely dry (61), wet (81), and bearing (56E) connectors. For the LWC wall specimens, on lateral application of tension, the cracking load values of the dry, wet, and bearing-type connectors were 95.1%, 86.3%, and 83.0%, respectively, of the original loads, and theirdoi:10.51400/2709-6998.1584 fatcat:u5f77djohnag7lf4nrzd5ramue