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Beam Shear Design Example for beam shear design for Eurocoe 2
Effective depth and width of beam are 600mm and 300mm respectively. Ultimate design shear force at face of support and at a distance 'd ' are 800kN and 700kN respectively. fck =30N/mm2 and fyk = 460N/mm2

Effective depth and width of beam are 600mm and 300mm respectively. Ultimate design shear force at face of support and at a distance 'd ' are 800kN and 700kN respectively. fck =30N/mm2 and fyk = 460N/mm2 Check for maximum shear force Consider angle as 22 degrees VRD,max (22) = {0.36*bw*d*(1-fck/250)*fck}/(cot22 + tan 22 ) = 0.124*bw*d*(1-fck/250)*fck = 0.124*300*600*(1-30/250)*30 = 589.25 Hence VRD,max (22) < 700kN There for consider angle 45 degrees VRD,max (45) = {0.36*bw*d*(1-fck/250)*fck}/(cot45 + tan 45 ) = 0.18*bw*d*(1-fck/250)*fck

5*Sin-1(VEf)/(VRD.69 S = 134mm Proved T10@150mm c/c .5) = 700*1000/(0.36kN Hence angle is between 22 degrees and 45 degrees. further Maximum shear is ok.18*300*600*(1-30/250)*30 = 855.5*Sin-1(700/855.max (45)) <= 45 = 0.78*d*fyk*cot27. (VRD.78*600*460*1.92 = 1.36) = 27.18*bw*d*(1-fck/250)*fck]} = 0.69 Assume T10 bars are using for shear links 2*113/S = 1.= 0.5*Sin-1{VEf/[0.max (45)> 800kN) Calculation of angle Angle = 0.5 degrees Calculation of shear links ASW/S = VED/(0.

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