SP-328: Shear in Structural Concrete

SP-328: Shear in Structural Concrete

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Editors: Denis Mitchell and Abdeldjelil Belarbi

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This Symposium Volume reports on the latest information related to shear in structural Concrete. The volume contains 14 papers that were presented at the ACI Convention held in Salt Lake City on March 27, 2018. The symposium was sponsored by ACI/ASCE Committee 445 “Shear and Torsion”. This event honored Professor Michael P. Collins (University of Toronto) whose enormous contributions in the development of rational behavioral models for shear and torsion of structural concrete have been paramount.

The papers cover different aspects related to shear in structural concrete including: the size effect in shear for both structural concrete and reinforced masonry; developments of the Modified Compression Field Theory; aspects of shear strengthening using FRP strips; the role of experimental measurements in understanding shear behavior; accounting for shear deformations; sustained loading effects on shear in members without transverse reinforcement; crack-based assessment of shear; key aspects in the design of concrete offshore structures, behavioral models for coupling beams; finite element modeling of punching shear in slabs; and seismic design for shear.

Sincere acknowledgements are extended to all authors, speakers and reviewers as well as to ACI staff for making this symposium a success.

 

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Publication Year: 2018

Pages: 264.00

ISBN: 9781641950251

Categories: Shear

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

SP-328—1

Reinforcing Bridge I-Girders using CFRP Shear Strips

Authors: Rico J. Massa, William D. Cook, and Denis Mitchell

SP-328—2

The Toronto Size Effect Series

Authors: Evan C. Bentz and Michael P. Collins

SP-328—3

Vahid Sadeghian and Frank Vecchio

Authors: Vahid Sadeghian and Frank Vecchio

SP-328—4

The Role of Measurement on our Understanding of Structural Concrete

Author: Daniel Kuchma

SP-328—5

Does the Size Effect Exist in Reinforced Masonry?

Authors: Salah R. Sarhat and Edward G. Sherwood

SP-328—6

Design of Concrete Wall Buildings for Seismic Shear – The Canadian Code Provisions

Author: Perry Adebar

SP-328—7

Deflection Control of Concrete Beams Accounting for Shear Deformations

Author: Adam S. Lubell

SP-328—8

A Kinematic Approach for the Complete Shear Behavior of Short FRC Coupling Beams

Authors: Boyan I. Mihaylov, Jian Liu, and Rémy Lobet

SP-328—9

Towards the Development of Direct Crack-Based Assessment of Structures

Authors: Paolo M. Calvi, Giorgio T. Proestos, and David M. Ruggiero

SP-328—10

Floating Concrete Structures: The Need for Proper Design

Author: Tor Ole Olsen

SP-328—11

Structural Engineering in the 21st Century: The perspective of a University of Toronto Graduate

Author: Oguzhan Bayrak

SP-328—12

Modeling Parameters in Punching Shear Finite Element Analysis of Concrete Slabs

Authors: Aikaterini S. Genikomsou, Graeme J. Milligan, and Maria Anna Polak

SP-328—13

Establishing the Shear Constitutive Laws of FRP-Strengthened RC Members

Authors: Mehdi Zomorodian and Abdeldjelil Belarbi

SP-328—14

Shear Resistance of Concrete Members without Shear Reinforcement Under Sustained Loading

Authors: Joost Walraven and Reza Sarkhosh

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