During manufacture, steel fiber performance was tested using the flexural beam test. It was found that the flexural beam test result gives a relatively large scatter compared with the compressive and tensile splitting tests, particularly for the fR1 values. The larger scatter sometimes pulled the estimated characteristic strengths below the required minimum performance target. On the other hand, the cube and splitting strength generally had consistent and above-specified test results. The modified material model was used to reassess the segment joint capacity, and to establish the acceptability of batches of segments based on the characteristic flexural strengths measured from the segment production tests. From the reassessment results, maximum overburden that those segments were able to withstand was determined. This was to allow AAJV to identify zones along the alignment that those segments could be safely installed, instead of rejecting large quantities of segments.
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