Pervious Concrete and Rebar

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>Pervious Concrete and RebarDavid LiguoriPervious in Paradise 2014</p> <p>Technical Services Division </p> <p> Dont you Love it when someone asks.</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>You put rebar in pervious concrete, right?</p> <p> Dont you Love it when someone asks.</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>You can put rebar in pervious concrete, right?Dont All high quality slabs have rebar?</p> <p> Dont you Love it when someone asks.</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>You can put rebar in pervious concrete, right?Dont All high quality slabs have rebar?What will stop the slab from falling apart without rebar?</p> <p> Dont you Love it when someone asks.</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>You can put rebar in pervious concrete, right?Dont All high quality slabs have rebar?What will stop the slab from falling apart without rebar?You need rebar to prevent vertical displacement, dont you?</p> <p> Dont you Love it when someone asks.</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Function of rebar in slabs on grade (SOG)Crack controlMinimize vertical displacement</p> <p>Rebar in SOG is considered secondary reinforcement as it does not increase the compressive or flexural strength of the slab</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF EPOXY-COATED BARS </p> <p>*Quality and consolidation of the surrounding concrete had an important influence on the corrosion of epoxy-coated bars. More corrosion was observed at surfaces surrounded by less dense, very porous concrete with more and larger voids. </p> <p>*CORROSION PERFORMANCE OF EPOXY-COATED REINFORCEMENTMACROCELL TESTS CORROSION PERFORMANCE OF EPOXY-COATED REINFORCEMENTMACROCELL TESTS by Khaled Z. Kahhaleh, Enrique Vaca-Corts, James O. Jirsa, Harovel G. Wheat, and Ramn L. Carrasquillo Texas Dept of Transportation Nov 1998</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Will pervious concrete flow around rebar?</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Will pervious concrete flow around rebar?No, it must be hand packed</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Will pervious concrete flow around rebar?No, it must be hand packedIs that possible? </p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Will pervious concrete flow around rebar?No, it must be hand packedIs that possible? If so is it practical? </p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division70x70 ~ 5,000sqft ~ 6,500 lin ft rebar</p> <p>Will pervious concrete flow around rebar?No, it must be hand packedIs that possible? If so is it practical? Is it effective?</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Air Pocket </p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Air pockets due to lack of consolidation around the bars may actually weaken the slab, </p> <p>Exactly the opposite of rebars intended purpose </p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Successful hand packing around rebar</p> <p>Requires two lifts Is highly Labor intensive and time consumingSignificantly increases the amount of time the slab is exposed </p> <p>All of which dramatically increase the cost of the installation as well as the risk of failure</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Getting the concrete where you need it</p> <p>how many chutes do you use?</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Is Rebar Even Necessary in SOG ?Steel reinforcement actually increases the number of cracks by restraining shrinkage and creating additional stress forces within the slab. </p> <p>ACI 330R-08 Guide for the Design and Construction of Concrete Parking Lots: Reinforcing steel is not required or recommended for rigid pavements </p> <p>San Francisco prohibits the use of rebar in city sidewalks </p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>For slabs on grade with a properly prepared subgrade and base, proper control joint design, proper mix design and section thickness, proper placement, finishing, and curing will do more to achieve good performance from the slab than rebar of any type . </p> <p>Is Rebar Even Necessary in SOG ?</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Is Rebar Necessary In Pervious Concrete ?</p> <p>Less water along with aggregate to aggregate contact means less shrinkage, and therefore less shrinkage cracks</p> <p>Adequate Sub base thickness is critical to performance of any SOG</p> <p>Pervious concrete typically has a better prepared, thicker sub base section, which results in more structural stability</p> <p>Aggregate interlock more effective due to course nature of pervious concrete</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>34</p> <p>Alternative Reinforcement Method;Macro Fibers</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p> <p>Technical Services Division Thanks!</p> <p>Questions?</p> <p>BAPC Technical Services Division</p>

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