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Design of Column Bases in EN 1993-1-8:2020

WALD, F. COUCHAUX, M. VILD, M. KUREJKOVÁ, M. BAJER, M.

Originální název

Design of Column Bases in EN 1993-1-8:2020

Anglický název

Design of Column Bases in EN 1993-1-8:2020

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The use of post-installed reinforcing bars for the realization of moment resisting connections between reinforced concrete beams and columns/walls or reinforced concrete columns/walls and foundations has increased significantly worldwide. The design of such connections with postinstalled reinforcing bars is clearly limited by the use of straight reinforcing bars. Consequently, a clear understanding of the unique load-displacement properties of the post-installed reinforcing bars, the necessary loading and installation conditions, and the stresses introduced in the concrete members is required. In recent years, different design methodologies have been developed in Europe and in the United States to allow the design of such connections. In this paper, state of the art design methods based on Eurocode 2 and ACI 318 are compared and applied to a few case studies where post-installed reinforcing bar systems are used for moment resisting connections. Through the description of real-world examples, the challenges and the opportunities associated with the use of post-installed reinforcing bars and their proper design are explored.

Anglický abstrakt

The use of post-installed reinforcing bars for the realization of moment resisting connections between reinforced concrete beams and columns/walls or reinforced concrete columns/walls and foundations has increased significantly worldwide. The design of such connections with postinstalled reinforcing bars is clearly limited by the use of straight reinforcing bars. Consequently, a clear understanding of the unique load-displacement properties of the post-installed reinforcing bars, the necessary loading and installation conditions, and the stresses introduced in the concrete members is required. In recent years, different design methodologies have been developed in Europe and in the United States to allow the design of such connections. In this paper, state of the art design methods based on Eurocode 2 and ACI 318 are compared and applied to a few case studies where post-installed reinforcing bar systems are used for moment resisting connections. Through the description of real-world examples, the challenges and the opportunities associated with the use of post-installed reinforcing bars and their proper design are explored.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT140021,
  author="František {Wald} and Martin {Vild} and Marta {Kurejková} and Miroslav {Bajer}",
  title="Design of Column Bases in EN 1993-1-8:2020",
  annote="The use of post-installed reinforcing bars for the realization of moment resisting connections
between reinforced concrete beams and columns/walls or reinforced concrete columns/walls and
foundations has increased significantly worldwide. The design of such connections with postinstalled
reinforcing bars is clearly limited by the use of straight reinforcing bars. Consequently, a
clear understanding of the unique load-displacement properties of the post-installed reinforcing bars,
the necessary loading and installation conditions, and the stresses introduced in the concrete
members is required. In recent years, different design methodologies have been developed in Europe
and in the United States to allow the design of such connections. In this paper, state of the art design
methods based on Eurocode 2 and ACI 318 are compared and applied to a few case studies where
post-installed reinforcing bar systems are used for moment resisting connections. Through the
description of real-world examples, the challenges and the opportunities associated with the use of
post-installed reinforcing bars and their proper design are explored.",
  address="Institute of Construction Materials, University of Stuttgart",
  booktitle="3rd International Symposium on Connections between Steel and Concrete",
  chapter="140021",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Institute of Construction Materials, University of Stuttgart",
  year="2017",
  month="september",
  pages="69--78",
  publisher="Institute of Construction Materials, University of Stuttgart",
  type="conference paper"
}