shear reinforcement

shear reinforcement

Reinforcement designed to resist shear stresses or diagonal tension stresses.
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1,500 pieces of shear reinforcement, - about 1 050 m 2 of construction clay, - approx.
A simply supported beam without shear reinforcement under four-point bending is considered to validate the proposed theoretical method (Walraven, 1978).
Longitudinal bottom reinforcement [FORMULA NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] mm, top reinforcement [FORMULA NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] mm and shear reinforcement [FORMULA NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] mm.
For flexural and shear reinforcement, deformed and plain rebars of diameter 10 and 6 mm were used, respectively.
Deformed Steel Fibers as Minimum Shear Reinforcement in Deep, Prestressed Concrete Hollow-Core Slabs.
So, a minimum amount of shear reinforcement is required
The mild steel flexural reinforcements used were 2#13 bars 2#10 hanger bars and shear reinforcement included #10 U-stirrups.
An artificial network model was developed to measure the ultimate shear strength of steel fibrous reinforced concrete corbels (SFRC) without shear reinforcement (Kumar, Barai 2010).
The concrete does have a higher initial unit cost than conventional concrete, but it can be optimized for applications (such as the reduction of shear reinforcement in a beam), eliminating some of the costs associated with conventional concrete applications.
The formwork stays in place after the concrete has cured and acts as axial and shear reinforcement, as well as serving to confine the concrete and prevent against environmental effects, such as corrosion and freeze- thaw cycles.
Beams without shear reinforcement develop a shear crack pattern after the first few cycles; deformation increases only slightly.