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Shear Strength of Conc

 
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pvyas
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 08, 2004 10:28 am    Post subject: Shear Strength of Conc Reply with quote

Dear Mr Upadhaya,
I have studied leterature of German school of tech. In that
According to german school It is incorrect to think that the shear
transfered both from compression strut and inclind diogonal tension form
secondary beam to main beam It is infact 100% transfered by compressed strut
( and not by diognal tension by inclind rebar). So Our longitudnal tensile
reinforcement equlibrate the resulting horizontal component of compression
by compression strut. So perhaps that's why only tension rein come in to the
picture for shear capacity of a section. I can not attached the xerox scane
page because of the instruction from sefi. So pl give me ur email address so
that i can share my view and send u a scan copy page of shear mechinisum as
per german shcool of tech.

Parth Vyas.
Tecnimont ICB PVT LTD.
Engineer(Civil/Structural)

-----Original Message-----
From: mc.upadhyay@jil.co.in [mailto:mc.upadhyay@jil.co.in]
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 4:47 PM
To: Vyas Madhusudan Parth (Mumbai - Civil)
Subject: Re: Shear Strength of Conc







Hello
Obviously i was referring to long. reinf. in the comp. zone as I
wrote
"Shear strength of conc. without shear reinforcement............."

If answer is No then "WHY"
Will the comp. reinf. not have to shear off before the beam
fails in shear.

Regards

Mukesh

hello Mr.Mukesh updhaya,
Does ur question refer to the longitudinal reinf. in the
compr. zone! If so, how can longitudinal reinf.
increase(contribute to) the shear capaciy of the beam?
- i suppose the answer to ur question would be 'No'.
if i have misread the Q, do clarify!
Thanks
Raghu

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