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Analysis of Shear Behavior of Shear Key for Concrete Track on Railway Bridge Considering Construction Joint
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of Shear Behavior of Shear Key for Concrete Track on Railway Bridge Considering Construction Joint
Lee, Seong-Cheol; Kang, Yun-Suk; Jang, Seung Yup;
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 Abstract
Concrete track on railway bridges should be designed to effectively respond to the movement of the superstructure of the bridge. In the design procedure, shear keys are generally placed on the protection concrete layer (PCL) before casting the concrete track so the shear force due to slip between the concrete track and the bridge super-structure can be transferred. In this paper, a nonlinear structural analysis procedure that considers the construction joint has been developed to predict the shear behavior of a shear key. With the developed analysis procedure, it was possible to predict the shear force-shear slip response at the construction joint in a shear key by considering the friction of concrete surface and the dowel action of the rebars. The analysis results showed good agreement with the test results for 4 specimens.
 Keywords
Concrete track;Railway bridge;Shear key;Shear;Friction;
 Language
Korean
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