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Volume 272, 20212021 International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Governance (ICEPG 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Environmental Governance and Solid Waste Treatment and Resource Utilization|
|Published online||14 June 2021|
Discussion on Calculation Method of Shear Bearing Capacity of HSC Beams Without Web Reinforcement under Concentrated Loads
School of Water Conservancy Engineering, Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China
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In order to investigate the main influencing factors and development rules of the shear performance of high strength concrete (HSC) beams without web reinforcement under concentrated loads, analyze and compare the rationality of the China and American Code formulas and Zsutty formula, in this paper, 303 sets of experimental data about the shear test of HSC beams without web reinforcement at home and abroad were selected, based on these experimental data, the calculation method of the shear capacity of HSC beams without web reinforcement was discussed. The results showed that the measured shear bearing capacity of HSC beams without web reinforcement gradually increases with the decrease of the shear-span ratio. The nominal shear stress of HSC beams without web reinforcement gradually increases with the increase of concrete strength, the increase of longitudinal reinforcement ratio and the decrease of section height. The shear bearing capacity formula proposed by Zsutty is the most accurate prediction than other formulas. Based on the experimental data and considering the influence of the longitudinal reinforcement ratio on the shear bearing capacity of structure, a new calculation formula for the shear bearing capacity of HSC beams without web reinforcement under concentrated loads was obtained by regression analyze, and this formula is more comprehensive than the other three calculation formulas, moreover, the calculation results are more reasonable.
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