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14. From the Figure, it can be seen that the loss of the bond force results in an extension of the righthand side flexural crack sufficient to cause an increase dz of the lever arm z, such that Cdz=Va. Extension of the flexural crack reduces the depth of the neutral axis and thus increases locally the intensity of the compressive stress block. This change in the stress intensity should give rise to tensile stresses as described in ii). © 2002 Taylor & Francis Books, Inc. 14 Effect of bond failure on stress conditons in compressive zone.
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