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Due to the relatively big ultimate strain of BFRP reinforcements, the force level of BFPR reinforcements in SCB would be smaller than that of CFPR reinforcements in SCC when similar strains were applied to these FRP reinforcements, as illustrated in (7), in which [F.sub.f] refers to the force level of the FPR reinforcement, [E.sub.f] refers to the elastic modulus of the FRP reinforcement, and [A.sub.f] and [A.sub.eqf] refer to the actual and equivalent cross-section area of the FPR reinforcement.