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Strut-Tie Models and Load Distribution Ratios for Reinforced Concrete Beams with Shear Span-to-Effective Depth Ratio of Less than 3 (II) Validity Evaluation
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Strut-Tie Models and Load Distribution Ratios for Reinforced Concrete Beams with Shear Span-to-Effective Depth Ratio of Less than 3 (II) Validity Evaluation
Chae, Hyun-Soo; Yun, Young Mook;
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 Abstract
In this study, the ultimate strength of 335 simply supported reinforced concrete beams with shear span-to-effective depth ratio of less than 3 was evaluated by the ACI 318-14`s strut-tie model approach implemented with the indeterminate strut-tie models and load distribution ratios of the companion paper. The ultimate strength of the beams was also estimated by using the experimental shear strength models, the theoretical shear strength models, and the current strut-tie model design codes. The validity of the proposed strut-tie models and load distribution ratios was examined by comparing the strength analysis results classified according to the prime design variables of the shear span-to-effective depth ratio, flexural reinforcement ratio, and compressive strength of concrete.
 Keywords
reinforced concrete;beam;strut-tie model;load distribution ratio;
 Language
Korean
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