This paper examines the results of an experimental program made of bond tests on yellow tuff masonry elements externally bonded with Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) sheets. The experimental tests have been carried out according to a single pull-push set-up and were mainly aimed to investigate the effectiveness of different anchoring systems for avoiding or delayed debonding phenomena. The experimental results have been examined both in terms of debonding load, load-slips curves and distribution of axial strains in order to highlight the effectiveness of the different anchoring systems.

Effectiveness of anchoring devices for CFRP sheets epoxy bonded over tuff blocks

Ceroni F.;
2015

Abstract

This paper examines the results of an experimental program made of bond tests on yellow tuff masonry elements externally bonded with Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) sheets. The experimental tests have been carried out according to a single pull-push set-up and were mainly aimed to investigate the effectiveness of different anchoring systems for avoiding or delayed debonding phenomena. The experimental results have been examined both in terms of debonding load, load-slips curves and distribution of axial strains in order to highlight the effectiveness of the different anchoring systems.
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