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Adhesion plays an important role in the evaluation of hydraulic structures with unreinforced concrete joints. The experimental determination of joint tensile strength as a quantifiable parameter is not standardized, resulting in a variety of test setups found in literature. The present paper highlights advantages and disadvantages of three of the most common tension tests for plain concrete and concrete joints through both theoretical and laboratory experimental analysis on specimens withdoi:10.5445/ir/1000150044 fatcat:4r3fivunmndn7b22f4lnvzbzre