2019 : Evaluation of higher-strength steel reinforcing bar elongation for seismic design according to various standard specifications

Prof.Dr.Ir. I Gusti Putu Raka
Prof. Tavio S.T. M.T. Ph.D.


Abstract

The purposed of this paper is to investigates the required determination of gage length to calculate the elongation under various standard specifications for steel reinforcing bars, such as ISO 6892-1, JIS G 03112: 2004, and ASTM E8M-11. In order to evaluate the elongations of the steel reinforcing bars, a series of tensile tests were carried out in the laboratory. Two different steel grades, namely Grades 420 and 500, were used in the study. From the test results, it can be concluded two main findings. The first finding is that the elongation in terms of strain in accordance with ASTM E8M-11 was found to be the lowest among all. The measurement according to the gage length of JIS 2201-1998 resulted the largest elongation values compared with those measured in accordance with the other two standard specifications. This indicates the gage length plays a very important role in defining the elongation of the steel bars …