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Shear Capacities For Hybrid Steel Beams Jacketed Within Reinforced Concrete Ends Connected To Reinforced Concrete Columns

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/ERES130231

Volume

132

Pages

13

Page Range

283 - 295

Published

2013

Size

1,388 kb

Author(s)

K. Kanemoto

Abstract

This paper discusses the structural performance of hybrid steel beams jacketed with reinforced concrete at ends connected to a reinforced concrete (R/C) column. In order to figure out the shear transfer mechanism at the hybrid beam ends, tested under shear loads were the specimens of a half scale with changing the amount of shear reinforcement at the hybrid beam ends, with different types of construction method such as precast, and with different anchoring details of the steel edge end to the columns. Based on the experimental data, the author proposes the shear capacity estimation for the hybrid steel beam ends embedded in R/C beam. Keywords: hybrid structure, beam, reversed cyclic loading, stress transfer mechanism, ultimate shear strength.

Keywords

hybrid structure, beam, reversed cyclic loading, stress transfer mechanism, ultimate shear strength