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Evaluation on Shear Behavior of Double-tee Dap-ends with the Least Depth from Optimization Proces
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Evaluation on Shear Behavior of Double-tee Dap-ends with the Least Depth from Optimization Proces
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 Abstract
Shear tests are performed on four full-scale 12.5 m proto-type models, "least depth double tee," which are resulted from the optimization process. Domestic superimposed live load regulation, domestic material properties which is available to product. Korean building code requirements, construction environments and economy are considered as the main factors to establish the process. All of the specimens tested fully comply with the shear strength requirements as specified by ACI 318-95. The research has shown following results. 1) The development length requirement of ACI 318-95 does not seem a good predictor for the estimation of bond failure in a beam with the strands below the supports. 2) The load required for the first initial coner cracking in the dap end and first web shear cracking does not seem to have any relation with the dimension and shear strength of the section in the test beams. 3) The strand slip has a direct relationship with the web shear cracking. However, the coner cracking in the dap end does not give any help for the slip in anchorage. 4) Use of whole area for bearing steel at the bottom of dap end is desired for safe bearing pressure design in the precast prestressed double tee beams. 5) The deflection of beam influences directly on the amount of strand slip at the anchorage after initiation of it, and relationship between them are very linear.
 Keywords
double-tee;slab;shear;least depth;bond length;dap-end;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
프리스트레스트 프리캐스트 더블 티형보의 최적설계,유승룡;민창식;

한국콘크리트학회논문집, 1999. vol.11. 6, pp.57-67 crossref(new window)
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