What is it about?

The data consisted of 500 simulations for various concrete grades (C12, C16, C20, C25, C30, C35, C40, C45, and C50) and reinforcing bar diameters (10, 12, 16, 20, and 25 mm). The first 20 data correspond to the predicted values of the peak bond stress considering the parameters used in a previously published research article of the author.

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Why is it important?

These data can be used to determine the local bond stress–slip relationship in normal-strength SCC (fck ≤ 50 MPa). These data can be used by other researchers to conduct similar experiments on high-strength SCC. These data may be relevant to the development of design expressions in standards regarding the anchorage lengths of reinforcing bars embedded in SCC.


These data can be reused in a finite element analysis software to explicitly model the bond between SCC and reinforcing bars by point-to-point or surface-to-surface contact.

Mr. Marian Sabau
Corporacion Universitaria de la Costa

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This page is a summary of: Simulated data on bond of steel reinforcement in self-compacting concrete, Data in Brief, June 2020, Elsevier,
DOI: 10.1016/j.dib.2020.105594.
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