## What is/are Continuous Reinforced?

Continuous Reinforced - The occurrence and expansion of reflective cracking is a typical problem associated with the composite pavement that has a proven impact on the life of the continuous reinforced composite pavement.^{[1]}A typical four-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge is selected.

^{[2]}Several works, focus on mechanical behaviour of continuous reinforced concrete beam with two spans strengthened by composite materials, were reported in literature.

^{[3]}This article presents a numerical investigation on the mechanical behaviours, such as the fire resistance, the moment redistribution and the failure mode, of continuous reinforced concrete beams with two spans and three spans under the standard fire of ISO-834.

^{[4]}The aim of the study is to demonstrate the extent of the effect that occurs to continuous reinforced deep beams when performing a parametric study in terms of support settlement and different support conditions for dual span continuous deep beams (CDBs), in terms of failure load and failure mode, using the ANSYS 2020 nonlinear finite element program.

^{[5]}Furthermore, the shear characteristics of continuous reinforced concrete deep beams with dimensions of (150×300×2000) mm produced from such concrete were also investigated.

^{[6]}This paper presents the experimental results of six small-scale continuous reinforced concrete slabs with three compartments subjected to various compartment fire scenarios.

^{[7]}Web openings are usually constructed in continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams to accommodate the utility pipes and cables.

^{[8]}Aluminium based metal matrix with silicon carbide as particle reinforcements called discontinuous reinforced metal matrix composite materials.

^{[9]}This study develops a model to estimate catenary/cable action capacity and the required ties in continuous reinforced concrete beams to bridge above the potential failed interior columns.

^{[10]}Two case studies are considered for illustration in this paper: a single span reinforced concrete slab and a 3-span continuous reinforced concrete slab.

^{[11]}Three-span continuous reinforced concrete was used in the analysis.

^{[12]}Advanced recent materials such as continuous reinforced polymer matrix composites provide important enhancements to a variety of structures (especially resistance to breakage), compared to their bulk, monolithic counterparts.

^{[13]}This paper investigates the effect of differential support settlement on shear strength and behavior of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) deep beams.

^{[14]}, movable and fixed SMAFSBs) are applied to a two-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge.

^{[15]}Thereupon, new effective construction solutions of continuous reinforced concrete beams have been proposed in this article.

^{[16]}Five continuous reinforced concrete beams were tested; they all had the same dimensions and the same reinforcement detailing.

^{[17]}The main objective of this paper is to study experimentally the serviceability of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by Ni-Ti strands.

^{[18]}Continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams are the structural members commonly used in bridges.

^{[19]}5 m thick continuous reinforced concrete slabs above the embankment; this measure did not contribute to the improvement of the stability of the underground caves.

^{[20]}The carbonation characteristics were quantified considering the effects of cold joint and the induced stress, and structural analysis was performed using the section laminae approach for a 2-span continuous reinforced concrete T-beam bridge.

^{[21]}This paper presents experimental results of the structural performance of fire-damaged continuous reinforced concrete (RC) T-beams subsequently strengthened with externally bonded carbon fiber reinforced polymer (EB-CFRP) sheets.

^{[22]}The results of experimental investigations of deflections of continuous reinforced concrete elements are obtained, empirical dependences are deduced.

^{[23]}Mechanical properties of composites manufactured by high-temperature polymer polyether ether ketone (PEEK) with continuous reinforced fibers are closely dependent on ambient temperature variations.

^{[24]}The main objective of this paper is to investigate the crack pattern of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by Ni–Ti strands.

^{[25]}This paper presents results from experimental studies on the flexural capacity mechanical properties of a continuous reinforced concrete (RC) slab with and without carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) sheets strengthened.

^{[26]}This paper presents the experimental results of four continuous reinforced concrete slabs with three compartments under different compartment fire scenarios.

^{[27]}Under the fully strain-controlled conditions, a closed-form multistage fatigue crack growth (MSFCG) life prediction model has been developed for discontinuous reinforced MMCs (DRMMCs) considering the effect of microstructural features.

^{[28]}In the course of the research, the new experimental data were obtained, on the basis of which it can be concluded, that the use of additional disperse reinforcement of steel fibers of the stretched zones of continuous reinforced concrete beams, allows to decrease the reinforcement strains, enhance the strength and redistribution off the efforts in spans.

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## Span Continuous Reinforced

A typical four-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge is selected.^{[1]}Two case studies are considered for illustration in this paper: a single span reinforced concrete slab and a 3-span continuous reinforced concrete slab.

^{[2]}Three-span continuous reinforced concrete was used in the analysis.

^{[3]}, movable and fixed SMAFSBs) are applied to a two-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge.

^{[4]}The carbonation characteristics were quantified considering the effects of cold joint and the induced stress, and structural analysis was performed using the section laminae approach for a 2-span continuous reinforced concrete T-beam bridge.

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## continuous reinforced concrete

A typical four-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge is selected.^{[1]}Several works, focus on mechanical behaviour of continuous reinforced concrete beam with two spans strengthened by composite materials, were reported in literature.

^{[2]}This article presents a numerical investigation on the mechanical behaviours, such as the fire resistance, the moment redistribution and the failure mode, of continuous reinforced concrete beams with two spans and three spans under the standard fire of ISO-834.

^{[3]}Furthermore, the shear characteristics of continuous reinforced concrete deep beams with dimensions of (150×300×2000) mm produced from such concrete were also investigated.

^{[4]}This paper presents the experimental results of six small-scale continuous reinforced concrete slabs with three compartments subjected to various compartment fire scenarios.

^{[5]}Web openings are usually constructed in continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams to accommodate the utility pipes and cables.

^{[6]}This study develops a model to estimate catenary/cable action capacity and the required ties in continuous reinforced concrete beams to bridge above the potential failed interior columns.

^{[7]}Two case studies are considered for illustration in this paper: a single span reinforced concrete slab and a 3-span continuous reinforced concrete slab.

^{[8]}Three-span continuous reinforced concrete was used in the analysis.

^{[9]}This paper investigates the effect of differential support settlement on shear strength and behavior of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) deep beams.

^{[10]}, movable and fixed SMAFSBs) are applied to a two-span continuous reinforced concrete (RC) bridge.

^{[11]}Thereupon, new effective construction solutions of continuous reinforced concrete beams have been proposed in this article.

^{[12]}Five continuous reinforced concrete beams were tested; they all had the same dimensions and the same reinforcement detailing.

^{[13]}The main objective of this paper is to study experimentally the serviceability of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by Ni-Ti strands.

^{[14]}Continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams are the structural members commonly used in bridges.

^{[15]}5 m thick continuous reinforced concrete slabs above the embankment; this measure did not contribute to the improvement of the stability of the underground caves.

^{[16]}The carbonation characteristics were quantified considering the effects of cold joint and the induced stress, and structural analysis was performed using the section laminae approach for a 2-span continuous reinforced concrete T-beam bridge.

^{[17]}This paper presents experimental results of the structural performance of fire-damaged continuous reinforced concrete (RC) T-beams subsequently strengthened with externally bonded carbon fiber reinforced polymer (EB-CFRP) sheets.

^{[18]}The results of experimental investigations of deflections of continuous reinforced concrete elements are obtained, empirical dependences are deduced.

^{[19]}The main objective of this paper is to investigate the crack pattern of continuous reinforced concrete (RC) beams strengthened by Ni–Ti strands.

^{[20]}This paper presents results from experimental studies on the flexural capacity mechanical properties of a continuous reinforced concrete (RC) slab with and without carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) sheets strengthened.

^{[21]}This paper presents the experimental results of four continuous reinforced concrete slabs with three compartments under different compartment fire scenarios.

^{[22]}In the course of the research, the new experimental data were obtained, on the basis of which it can be concluded, that the use of additional disperse reinforcement of steel fibers of the stretched zones of continuous reinforced concrete beams, allows to decrease the reinforcement strains, enhance the strength and redistribution off the efforts in spans.

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