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Posted: Tue Jan 06, 2004 5:52 pm Post subject: Daily Digest Tue Jan 6 23:00:01 2004
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
1. shear resistance of the uncracked portion of the conc. 2. vertical component of aggregate interlock force 3. dowel force introduced by tension bars functioning as dowel across the crack.
So my query is what if there is reinforcement in the uncracked portion (which is in compression) of the concrete. Will this not increase shear resistance of that portion?
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