Effects of Shear Span-to-depth Ratio and Tensile Longitudinal Reinforcement Ratio on Minimum Shear Reinforcement Ratio of RC Beams

- Journal title : Journal of the Korea Concrete Institute
- Volume 16, Issue 6, 2004, pp.795-803
- Publisher : Korea Concrete Institute
- DOI : 10.4334/JKCI.2004.16.6.795

Title & Authors

Effects of Shear Span-to-depth Ratio and Tensile Longitudinal Reinforcement Ratio on Minimum Shear Reinforcement Ratio of RC Beams

Lee Jung-Yoon; Kim Wook-Yeon; Kim Sang-Woo; Lee Bum-Sik;

Lee Jung-Yoon; Kim Wook-Yeon; Kim Sang-Woo; Lee Bum-Sik;

Abstract

To prevent the shear failure that occurs abruptly with no sufficient warning, the minimum amount of shear reinforcement should be provided to reinforced concrete(RC) beams. The minimum amount of shear reinforcement of RC beams is influenced by not only compressive strength of concrete but also shear span-to-depth ratio and ratio of tensile longitudinal reinforcement. In this paper, 14 RC beams were tested in order to observe the influences of shear span-to-depth ratio, ratio of tensile longitudinal reinforcement, and compressive strength of concrete. The test results indicated that the rate of shear strength to the diagonal cracking strength of RC beams with the same amount of shear reinforcement increased as the ratio of tensile longitudinal reinforcement increased, while it decreased as the shear span-to-depth ratio increased. The observed test results were compared with the calculated results by the current ACI 318-02 Building Code and the proposed equation.

Keywords

minimum shear reinforcement ratio;reinforced concrete beams;tensile longitudinal reinforcement ratio;shear span-to-depth ratio;

Language

Korean

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