Shear Strength of High Strength Concrete Beams with Steel Fibrous ;;;;
The purpose of this paper is to study on the shear strength of high strength concrete beams with steel fibrous. In general, the shear strength of reinforced concrete beams is affected by the compressive strengths of concrete( c), the shear span-depth ratio(a/d), the longitudinal steel ratio( ), and shear reinforcement. An experimental investigation of the shear strength of high strength concrete beams with steel fibrous was conducted. In each series the shear span-depth ratio(a/d) was held constant at 1.5, 2.8, or 3.6, while concrete strengths were varied from 320 to 520, to 800kgf/. To verify the proposed equations the experimental results were compared with those from other researches such as equation of ACI code 318-95 or equation of Zsutty. To deduce equation for shear strength from experimental data carried out MINITAP program. According to the experimental results, the addition of steel fibrous has increased the deflection and strain at failure load, improving the brittleness of the high strength concrete.
high strength concrete;steel fibrous;shear strength;ultimate load;strain;
Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete (ACI 318-99) and Commentary(ACI318R-95), 1999.