Strengthening of Concrete Structures with Adhesively Bonded Reinforcement
Design and construction in existing contexts is becoming increasingly important, and often the structures - sometimes of historical interest - can be preserved easily and at minimum cost by employing strengthening measures. Existing concrete members can be strengthened by using adhesives to bond additional reinforcing elements onto or into those members. This book explains the design rules, together with their background, and uses examples to illustrate their use, specifically for slabs, beams and columns. Published by Ernst & Sohn (Wiley Publishers).