SP-265: Thomas T.C. Hsu Symposium: Shear and Torsion in Concrete Structures

SP-265: Thomas T.C. Hsu Symposium: Shear and Torsion in Concrete Structures

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Editors: Abdeldjelil Belarbi, Y.L. Mo, Ashraf Ayoub

Sponsored by: ACI Committees 343, 445, and 447

Description

This CD consists of 29 papers that were presented at technical sessions sponsored by Joint ACI Committees 343, 445, and 447, at the ACI Fall 2009 Convention in New Orleans, LA, in November 2009. The papers represent state-of-the-art advances in knowledge on shear and torsion.

 

Document Details

Publication Year: 2009

Pages: 672.00

ISBN: 9780870313424

Categories: Shear

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Part 1—Recent Advances in Seismic Shear of Wall-Type Structures

SP-265—1

Test of a Coupled Wall with High-Performance Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Coupling Beams.

by R.D. Lequesne, G.J. Parra-Montesinos, and J.K. Wight

SP-265—2

Shear Strength Prediction of Eccentric Beam-Column Joints.

by E. Lim, S.-J. Hwang, and H.-J. Lee

SP-265—3

Reversed Cyclic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls with Diagonal Steel Grids.

by J.-X. Zhong, Y.-L. Mo, and W.-I. Liao

SP-265—4

Evaluation of Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls through Finite Element Analysis.

by R.T. Mullapudi, P. Charkhchi, and A.S. Ayoub

SP-265—5

Constitutive Relations of Cracked Reinforced Concrete with Steel Fibers.

by M.Y. Mansour, T.T.C. Hsu, and Y.-L. Mo

SP-265—6

Refinements to Compression Field Theory, with Application to Wall-Type Structures.

by L.M. Gil-Martín, E. Hernández-Montes, M.A. Aschheim, and S. Pantazopoulou

Part 2—Recent Advances in Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Concrete Structures

SP-265—7

Damage Tools to Model Severe Loading Effects on Reinforced Concrete Structures.

by J. Mazars, A. Rouquand, C. Pontiroli, P. Berthet-Rambaud, and Y. Malécot

SP-265—8

Evaluation and Calibration of Load-Deformation Models for Concrete Walls.

by L.N. Lowes, P. Oyen, and D.E. Lehman

SP-265—9

Experimental Observations of Masonry Infilled Reinforced Concrete Frames with Openings.

by B. Blackard, K. Willam, and S. Mettupalayam

SP-265—10

Finite Element Analysis ofReinforced Concrete JointsSubjected to Multi-Axial Loading.

by H. Noguchi, T. Kashiwazaki, and K. Miura

SP-265—11

On Peridynamic Computational Simulation of Concrete Structures.

by W.H. Gerstle, N. Sau, and N. Sakhavand

SP-265—12

Evaluation of Sequentially Linear Finite Element Analysis to Simulate Nonlinear Response of Cement-Based Composites.

by S.L. Billington

SP-265—13

Fiber Beam Element Formulation Using the Softened Membrane Model.

by R.T. Mullapudi and A.S. Ayoub

Part 3—Five Decades of Progress in Shear and Torsion

SP-265—14

Development of Models for Torsion of Concrete Structures in Northern Europe.

by L. Elfgren

SP-265—15

Structural Concrete Beam Shear—Still a Riddle?.

by M.W. Braestrup

SP-265—16

Punching Shear in Fire-Damaged Reinforced Concrete Slabs.

by P. Bamonte, R. Felicetti, and P.G. Gambarova

SP-265—17

Review of Basic Assumptions for the Shear Design.

by K.-H. Reineck

SP-265—18

Investigation of Strut Strength Using a Deep-Beam Database.

by N. Bahen and D.H. Sanders

SP-265—19

Evaluation of Minimum Shear Reinforcement Requirements in Non-Prestressed Beams without Distributed Horizontal Reinforcement .

by L.H. Sneed and J.A. Ramirez

SP-265—20

Shear-Flexure-Torsion Interaction Features of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns—An Experimental Study.

by S.S. Prakash and A. Belarbi

SP-265—21

Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Elements Subjected to Tri-Directional Shear Using a State-of-the-Art Panel Tester

by M. Labib, Y. Moslehy, and A.S. Ayoub

Part 4—Recent Advances in Shear of Concrete Bridges

SP-265—22

Shear Design Considerations for Deep Concrete Bridge Girders.

by N.M. Hawkins and D.A. Kuchma

SP-265—23

Shear Strength of Slabs with Double-Headed Shear Studs in Radial and Orthogonal Layouts.

by G. Birkle and W.H. Dilger

SP-265—24

Shear Capacity of Ultra-High-Performance Concrete I-Girders with Orthogonal Welded Wire Reinforcement.

by G. Morcous, M. Maguire, and M.K. Tadros

SP-265—25

Effect of Strand Debonding on Prestressed Concrete Girder Shear Performance.

by M. Shahawy and T.K. Hassan

SP-265—26

Concrete—The Sustainable 21st Century Greening Infrastructure Material

by E.G. Nawy

SP-265—27

A New Design Method for Shear in Prestressed Concrete Girders.

by A. Laskar, T.T.C. Hsu, and Y.-L. Mo

SP-265—28

FRP Shear Transfer Mechanism for Precast, Prestressed Concrete Sandwich Load-Bearing Panels.

by S.H. Rizkalla, T.K. Hassan, and G. Lucier

SP-265—29

Reliability Models for Shear in Reinforced Concrete Beams.

by A.S. Nowak and P. Paczkowski

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