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1. Overview of Punching Shear Failure
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Classical Punching Failure
1.3. Punching failure due to lateral loading of the structure
2. Proposed Analytical and Empirical Models
2.1. Synthesis of Punching Shear Failure, as proposed by Menétrey (2002)
2.1.1. Experimental results
2.1.2. Numerical simulations Model description Simulation of the punching failure Parametric analysis
2.1.3. Analytical Model Punching- vs. Flexural capacity Tensile force in the concrete Contribution of the dowel effect Contribution of the shear reinforcing Contribution of prestressing tendons
2.2.1. Experimental testing
2.2.2. Prediction of Punching Shear Strength
2.2.3. Observations and discussions based on the experiments
3.1. German design code – DIN 1045-1988 **
3.2. British Standard 8110-1:1997
3.3. ACI 318M-02
3.4. Eurocode 2 **
3.5. DIN 1045-1:2001
3.6. CSA A23.3 **
3.7. CAN/CSA-S6-00 Canadian Highway Bridge Design Code
3.8.1. German design code DIN 1045 (88)
3.8.2. Eurocode 2 (EC2)
3.8.3. British Standard 8110-1:1997
3.8.4. ACI 318-95
3.8.5. DIN 1045-1 (2001) Punching shear resistance of a slab without shear reinforcing Maximum punching shear capacity Punching shear strength within the shear reinforced area Punching shear strength outside the shear reinforced area
4. Accuracy of Modelling and Codified Design Rules
4.1. Accuracy of Experimental Testing
4.1.1. Single Column Tests The effect of boundary conditions The effect of compressive membrane action
4.1.2. Slab subsystems
4.2. Accuracy of Code Predictions
4.2.1. Compilation of databank
without shear reinforcing
4.2.4. Discussion of the Comparison of Test Data and Codified Predictions
5.1. Strengthening of Existing Slab-column Connections
5.1.1. Increasing the Effective Slab Depth Slab strengthened with additional concrete and vertical bolts Slab strengthened with additional concrete and bonded steel plate
5.1.2. Increasing the area of load transfer
5.1.3. Installation of additional shear reinforcing Doweling additional bars into the existing slab Slab strengthened with vertical bolts
5.2.1. Proposed Classification of Damage Damage Level 1 – Minor to medium levels of damage Damage Level 2 – Medium to severe levels of damage Damage Level 3 – Extreme levels of damage
5.2.2. Proposed remedial works for the different levels of damage Repair of Damage Level 1 Repair of Damage Level 2 Repair of Damage Level 3
5.3.1. Fibre reinforced concrete infill panel
6. Experimental Testing of an Undamaged Slab-column Connection
6.1. Experimental Test Setup
6.2. Proposed Test Procedure
6.3. Actual Test – Virgin test panel
6.3.1. Material Test Results
6.3.2. Load Application
6.3.3. Placement and Setting Up of the Test Panel
6.3.4. Original Panel – Load Application 1
6.3.5. Original Panel – Load Application 2
6.3.6. Original Panel – Load Application 3
6.3.7. Original Panel – Combination of results – Loads 1, 2 &3
7. Experimental Testing of Repaired Slab-column Connection
7.1. Classification of Damage and Proposed Method of Repair
7.2. Repair of the damaged slab
7.3. Testing of the Repaired Panel
7.3.1. Material Test Results
7.3.2. Load Application
7.3.3. Repaired Panel – Load Application 1
7.3.4. Repaired Panel – Load Application 2
7.3.5. Dismantling of the failed slab panel
8. Conclusions and Recommendations
8.1. Conclusions
8.2. Recommendations
10. Appendix B – Calculations using the Mechanistic Model Proposed by Menétrey
10.1. Virgin Test Panel
10.2. Repaired Test Panel
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