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The present paper of a series deals with the experimental characterisation of flexural toughness properties of structural concrete containing different volume of hooked-end steel fibre reinforcement (75 kg/m3, 150 kg/m3). Third-point flexural tests were carried out on steel fibre reinforced concrete beams having a cross-section of 80 mm × 85 mm with the span of 765 mm, hence the shear span to depth ratio was 3. Beams were sawn out of steel fibre reinforced slab elements (see Part I) in order to take into consideration the introduced privilege fibre orientation (I and II) and the position of the beam (Ba-a, Ba-b, Ba-c) before sawing (see Part I). Flexural toughness properties were determined considering different standard specifications, namely the method of the ASTM (American Standards for Testing Materials), the process of the JSCE (Japan Society of Civil Engineering), and the final proposal of Banthia and Trottier for the post cracking strength. Consequently, behaviour of steel fibre reinforced concrete was examined in bending taking into consideration different experimental parameters such as fibre content, concrete mix proportions, fibre orientation, positions of test specimens in the formwork, while experimental constants were the size of specimens, the type of fibre used and the test set-up and test arrangement.

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), Assessing the effect of design parameters on optimal size of isolated PV systems for residential utilizations . In: IEEE System Integration (SII), 2014 IEEE/SICE International Symposium , Tokyo, Japan, 2014.12.13–2014.12.15. pp. 234 – 239 ., (ISBN: 978

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. Kohl , T. , D. Bächler , L. Rybach ( 2000 ). Steps towards a comprehensive thermo-hydraulic analysis of the HDR test site Soultz-sous-Forêts . Proceedings of the World Geothermal Congress 2000, Kyushu-Tohoku, Japan, May–June 2000, 2671 – 2676

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J. Catalão , “ Computer simulation of wind power systems: power electronics and transient stability analysis ,” in Int. Conf. Power Sys. Trans. , Kyoto , Japan . 2009 . [3] B. Sun , H. Zhengyou , Y. Jia , and K. Liao , “ Small

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), Effect of frequency ratio on the force coefficients of a cylinder oscillated in a uniform stream . Proc. 7th JSME-KSME Thermal and Fluids Engineering Conference, Sapporo, Japan, on CD ROM, pp.1–4, Paper No. L132. [30

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. 2. Damage in re-entrant angles in the vertical plane due to differential oscillations: (a) Boumerdes earthquake, Algeria 2003 [ 42 ], (b) Kobe earthquake, Japan 1995 [ 43 ] 3 Dynamic modeling by FEM of irregular frames To model the frame buildings in

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,” Proceedings, International Workshop on Autogenous Shrinkage of Concrete , Japan Concrete Institute, Hiroshima , pp. 133 – 140 , 1998 . [12] Y. Kasai , K. Yokoyama , and I. Matsui , “ Tensile properties of early age concrete ,” in: Mechanical

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.12700/aph.11.03.2014.03.6 . [10] P. Korondi and H. Hashimoto , “ Sliding mode design for motion control ,” in Applied Electromagnetics and Computational Technology II : Proceedings of the 5th Japan-Hungary Joint Seminar on Applied Electromagnetics in

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method for autogenous shrinkage was explained in detail in The Japan Concrete Institute 1988. Later on Brooks et al., [ 10 ] elaborated a most reliable method for the same and concluded that MK at higher replacement level dented the basic creep, drying

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