SH. M. Ismael, W. M. Khair-Aldien, A. A. Kalil, A. A. Nassr
2013 JES. Journal of Engineering Sciences  
The effect of anchor embedded length and impact load on the mechanical properties of adhesive concrete joint under different dynamic loading rate was studied [1]. Hopkinson pressure bar was used to apply dynamic load to specimens. Specimens with through hole and embedded anchor lengths of 2.5 cm and 5 cm were used in the study. The specimens were hit with strain wave induced using air pressure of 1 and 1.5 bar respectively. The result showed that as the embedded length decrease the maximum load
more » ... se the maximum load of failure increase also as the pressure increase the specimen tend to absorb most of the wave in the adhesive joint. While as the load wave magnitude decrease the portion of the wave transmits to the concrete part of the specimen causing rupture or cracking of this part increase. three types of concrete element [13] [14] . Compression tests were carried out for standard cubic specimens of each type of concrete. The obtained strength of each type was 185, 231 and 311 kg/cm 2 . 1568 SH. M. Ismael, et al., Characteristic of anchor embedded on concrete under different loading rate, pp.
doi:10.21608/jesaun.2013.114881 fatcat:l5yyw2mc2zb7fgvplteudfmhhy