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Title: Punching Shear Failure of Concrete Ground Supported Slab
Author(s): Oldrich Sucharda, Martina Smirakova, Jana Vaskova, Pavlina Mateckova, Jan Kubosek, and Radim Cajka
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Keywords: punching shear analysis, concrete slab, ground-supported slab, reinforced, fracture-plastic model, nonlinear analysis, fracture-plastic material.
Abstract:The article handles potential approaches to design and determination of total load capacity of foundation slabs and floors. The research is focused on punching shear failure of reinforced ground supported slab. The article presents detailed results of the experiment made and advanced numerical modelling based on nonlinear analysis and application of fracture-plastic model. The experiment made included a 2.0 9 1.95 m reinforced concrete slab-on-ground of 120 mm thickness. The experiment was followed by a parametric study of total load capacity calculation with nonlinear analysis which is supplemented by calculations based on existing design model code.
IJCSM, International Partner Access.
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