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Experimental study on punching shear behavior of hollow floor slab-column reinforced connection

Experimental study on punching shear behavior of hollow floor slab-column reinforced connection This article presents an experimental study on hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections, which are enhanced by installing locally solid zone of slab around the column and hidden beam in the floor. To investigate the punching-shear behavior of hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections, six hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections under vertical load were conducted on three types of connections with different thickness, namely, two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching component, two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with bent-up steel bars, and two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with welding section steel cross bridging. Meanwhile, the strength, stiffness, failure mode, and ductility of hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with punching components were obtained and compared with the hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching component. The results showed that hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections had the double failure characteristics including punching shear and flexural failure, and flexural failure was the main failure mode as a result of installing hidden beam. The hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with punching components exhibited higher initial stiffness and higher loading capacity than hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching components, but welding section steel cross bridging have a better on improving the connections’ punching-shear capacity than bent-up steel bars. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Advances in Structural Engineering SAGE

Experimental study on punching shear behavior of hollow floor slab-column reinforced connection

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2018
ISSN
1369-4332
eISSN
2048-4011
DOI
10.1177/1369433218819565
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Abstract

This article presents an experimental study on hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections, which are enhanced by installing locally solid zone of slab around the column and hidden beam in the floor. To investigate the punching-shear behavior of hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections, six hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections under vertical load were conducted on three types of connections with different thickness, namely, two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching component, two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with bent-up steel bars, and two hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with welding section steel cross bridging. Meanwhile, the strength, stiffness, failure mode, and ductility of hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with punching components were obtained and compared with the hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching component. The results showed that hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections had the double failure characteristics including punching shear and flexural failure, and flexural failure was the main failure mode as a result of installing hidden beam. The hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections with punching components exhibited higher initial stiffness and higher loading capacity than hollow floor slab-column-reinforced connections without punching components, but welding section steel cross bridging have a better on improving the connections’ punching-shear capacity than bent-up steel bars.

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Advances in Structural EngineeringSAGE

Published: May 1, 2019

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