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Alshegeir, A. and Ramirez, J.A.

Analysis of Disturbed Regions with Strut-and-Tie Models Structural Engineering Research Report No. CE-STR-90-1, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 1990, Part I, 303 pp, Part II, 303 p DISSERTATION Alshegeir, A. and Ramirez, J. A. Strut-tie Approach in Pretensioned Deep Beams ACI Structural Journal, Vol. 89, No. 3, May-Jun 1992, p 296-304 ABSTRACT: This paper presents an evaluation of the strength and behavior of pres tressed concrete deep beams using the strut-tie method. Strut-tie systems reflecting actual support and load ing conditions are developed for three pretensioned deep beams tested to failure. The strut-tie approach is used to ill ustrate the effects of prestressing, concrete compressive strength, and reinforcement detailing on the behavior and s trength of these members. PART OF ABOVE DISSERTATION B.9 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN FOR STRUT-AND-TIE MODELING Alshegeir, A. and Ramirez, J.A. Computer Graphics in Detailing Strut-Tie Models Journal of Computing in Engineering, Vol. 6, No. 2, Jul. 1992, p 220-232 ABSTRACT: An interactive computer-graphics program implementing the strut-tie mo del approach for analysis and design of reinforced and prestressed concrete members is presented. The program consists of three parts. The first and second parts can be considered as a pre- and postprocessor for a finite elem ent code to analyze plane stress and plane strain problems as well as plane truss problems. The results of the first part (direction of compressive principal stresses) provide guidance in the development of strut-tie models. In the second part of the program, the chosen strut-tie model is analyzed to determine the forces in the individual components of the model. The third part is a design routine for dimensioning and detailing the components of the proposed str ut-tie model (struts, nodes, ties). The features and the interaction between the parts of the program are demonstrat ed with the design of a reinforced concrete, dapped-end beam. Computer graphics is shown CAST V. 0.9.11 (Computer Aided Strut-and-Tie - program) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL DESCRIPTION: CAST utilizes a single interface for creation or modification of st rut-and-tie models, truss analysis, selection of reinforcing steel, and capacity checks of struts and nodes. Fachwerk V. 0.3.0 (STM program developed in Gernmany) Vontobel, A., Germany DESCRIPTION: Fachwerk addresses to structural engineers who are involved with an alyzing and designing reinforced concrete structures. Fachwerk intends to simplify the application of discontinuous stress fields and strut269 and-tie models. The program calculates strut-and-tie models. It only uses the eq uilibrium conditions. Thus, unlike common programs, it is not assuming elastic behavior. RC-Pier V. 7.0.0 (Design program for reinforced concrete substructures and found ations)

and foot ings through LFD. Tampa. Users can apply advanced design methodologies such as St rut-and-Tie (STM) modeling to obtain optimized structures. LRFD or working stress methods. . FL DESCRIPTION: RC-PIER allows users to design cap beams. biaxial columns.Leap Software Inc.

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