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behaviour of in situ concrete beam-column joints.

H. P. J. Taylor

behaviour of in situ concrete beam-column joints.

by H. P. J. Taylor

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Published by Cement and Concrete Association in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesTechnical report -- 42.492.
ContributionsCement and Concrete Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p.
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20326575M
ISBN 100721009484

The ductility capacity, energy dissiaption capapcity and load – deformation behaviour of the exterior beam column joints constructed with an external anchorage system by providing a small projection beyond the column face is evaluated. The evaluation is based on the experimental results of two one fifthe scale exterior bam column joint specimens tested as part of an extensive experimental. the current study is to find out the seismic behaviour of frame structures in the case of using high-strength material. The experimental findings of high-strength concrete (HSC) interior beam-column joints reinforced with high-strength steel longitudinal bars under zero column axial compressive loading are presented in this paper.

concrete are the prominent issues of joint design. EARTHQUAKE BEHAVIOUR OF JOINTS During earthquake the beams adjoining a joint are subjected to moments in the same clockwise or counterclockwise direction (Figure ). Under these moments, the File Size: KB. II. DESCRIPTION OF THE STUDIED BEAM COLUMN JOINT In this study, six half scaled beam column having dimension as shown in Table-1 below were tested under cyclic loading. Table-1 Dimension of beam column joint Types of joints H (mm) L (mm) hc (mm) bc (mm) hb (mm) bb (mm) Column cross bars

requires that beam column joints have sufficient capacity to sustain the maximum flexural resistance of all the attached members. The mechanism of force transfer within beam column joint of a rigid frame during seismic events is known to be complex involving bending in beams and columns, shear and bond stress transfer in the joint core. The introduction of wide range of novel raw materials and composites are tuning exceptionally the construction industry on its head. The recent research trends majorly intensified on hybrid concept using the varied materials collectively. This study primarily aims at experimentally investigating the response of concrete exterior beam column joint with Hybrid Reinforcement Technique (HRT) for Author: S. Kamakshi, S.K. Vinu.


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Behaviour of in situ concrete beam-column joints by H. P. J. Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

The behaviour of in situ concrete beam-column joints. London: Cement and Concrete Association. MLA Citation. Taylor, H.P.J. The behaviour of in situ concrete beam-column joints / H.P.J.

Tayor Cement and Concrete Association London Australian/Harvard Citation. SEISMIC BEHAVIOUR OF BEAM COLUMN JOINTS IN REINFORCED CONCRETE MOMENT RESISTING FRAMES - A REVIEW S.R. Uma 1 and A. Meher Prasad 2 1 Project officer, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras, India – 2 Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras, India- Abstract The beam column joint is the crucial zone in a reinforced concrete moment File Size: KB.

reinforced concrete beam–column joints with two-side force inputs, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, pp.[3] Hiroshi Kuramoto, Seismic Design Codes for Buildings in. Behaviour of steel reinforced concrete beam-column joints I. Montava, A.

Gonzalez, R. Irles & J. Pomares Universidad de Alicante, Departamento de Ingeniería de la Construcción, Spain Abstract A composite structure with steel reinforced concrete, SRC, has the strength of reinforced concrete and the ductility of steel, meaning that. Geometrical configurations of reinforced concrete beam-column joints in actual building structures are quite varied because the configurations depend upon the number of structural members connecting the joints, the shapes of cross section of the members, the eccentricity among the axes of members, and so by:   By Dick Birley, President of Condor Rebar Consultants, Inc.

First published in Concrete International Magazine, December Alternative bottom beam reinforcement layouts can reduce congestion Beam-column joints are frequently areas of congestion in reinforced concrete construction.

Several factors can contribute to beam-column joint congestion, such as column verticals that. Furthermore a seismic resisting frame can develop plastic hinges at the beam-column joints, in addition to those at the column base.

Fig. 1 shows an equivalent monolithic moment resisting. It is shown that beam–column depth ratio has a significant effect on the shear strength and ductility of beam–column joints, while intermediate longitudinal reinforcement may be used to enhance the shear capacity and improve the hysteretic behaviour of beam–column joints, and links placed in beam–column joint cores can effectively Cited by:   Behaviour and analysis of beam–column joint strengthened by cast-in-situ expansion A simplified model for reinforced concrete beam-column joints under seismic loads.

Source: Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol Issue 3, 1 Feb (–) Behaviour of non-seismic detailed reinforced-concrete beam–column by: 1. An experimental investigation was carried out to study the effect of hybrid fibres on the strength and behaviour of High performance concrete beam column joints subjected to reverse cyclic loads.

A total of 12 reinforced concrete beams column joints were cast and tested in the present by: Title: Cyclic Behavior of Substandard Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column Joints with Plain Bars.

Author(s): Catarina Fernandes, Jose Melo, Humberto Varum, and Anibal Costa. Publication: Structural Journal. Volume: Issue: 1. Appears on pages(s): The present work is concerned with the experimental and analytical study of the behaviour of reinforced concrete beam-column connections exposed to fire under loading and to evaluate the reduction in concrete strength during fire.

This research is divided into two parts, the first part is the experimental program, and the second is the theoretical analysis using finite element program (ANSYS).Author: Fatma Eid, Khaled Heiza, Mahmoud Elmahroky. The behaviour of reinforced concrete moment resisting frame structures in recent earthquakes all over the world has highlighted the consequences of poor performance of beam column joints.

Large amount of research carried out to understand the complex mechanisms and safe behaviour of beam column joints has gone into code Size: KB. The systems detailed in Table 1 consisted of five beam–column subassemblies which included four of SRC composition and one of pure steel.

The geometry and dimensions of the test specimens are shown in Fig. 3; it is assumed that the zero-moment inflection points were located at the mid-span of beams and the mid-height of subassemblies, along with boundary and loading conditions Cited by: Comparative Study on Behaviour of Reinforced 14 Beam-Column Joints with Reference to Anchorage Detailing.

The reinforcement details of the beam column joint specimens are shown in Fig.2 & 3. The main reinforcement provided in the beam are 10 mm diameter bars, 3 No’s at top and 3 No’s at bottom. The stirrups are of 6 mm diameter. Seismic Behavior of Beam Column Joint 1.

Presented By: Shoaib Bashir Wani Structural Engineering 2. Beam column joint: In RC buildings, portions of columns that are common to beams at their intersections are called beam column joint.

Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Frames with Different Beam-column Joints Types. Aamer Najim Abbas*, Saif Khudhair Ali and Waleed Awad Waryoosh.

AL-Mustansiriyah University, Iraq-Baghdad –Iraq. (*Corresponding Author) Abstract. The main aim of this investigation is to study the structural behavior of reinforced concrete frames.

Three cyclic loading tests on interior reinforced concrete beam-column joints from plane frame and one from a space frame are described. Mechanisms of joint shear resistance are postulated and recommendations are made for the aseismic design of beam-column joints.

The effect of joint behaviour on overall structural response to earthquake Cited by: This paper presents the experimental findings of high-strength concrete (HSC) interior beam-column joints under column axial compressive loading.

Eight full-scale interior beam-column joints with varying degrees of reinforcement detailing were subjected to a constant column axial compressive load and quasi-static horizontal cyclic load. The behaviour of reinforced concrete moment resisting frame structures in recent earthquakes all over the world has highlighted the consequences of poor performance of beam-column joints.

Beam-column joints in a reinforced concrete moment resisting frame are crucial zones for transfer of loads effectively between the connecting elements (i.e Cited by: 2.

THE ELASTIC BEHAVIOUR OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT REINFORCED CONCRETE INTERIOR BEAM-COLUMN JOINTS A report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Engineering at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New .Interior beam-column joint Most failure of reinforced concrete structures occurs because of insufficient attention given to the detailing of the joint.

The beam-column joint is defined as the portion of the column within the depth of the beam that frames into it (MacGregor ). Other failures may also result in inadequacies of structural File Size: 6MB.

BEHAVIOR OF JOINTS DURING EARTHQUAKE • During earthquake shaking, the beams adjoining a joint are subjected to moments in the same direction either in clockwise or anti-clockwise • If the column is not wide enough or if the strength of the concrete in the joint is low, there is insufficient grip of concrete on the steel bars.