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Design for Concrete Structures 11 - 1

NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design Requirements

**• Context in the NEHRP Recommended • • • • • • •
**

Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category Moment resisting frames Shear walls Other topics Summary

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**Context in NEHRP Recommended Provisions
**

Design basis: Strength limit state Using NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Structural design criteria: Chap. 4 Structural analysis procedures: Chap. 5 Components and attachments: Chap. 6 Design of concrete structures: Chap. 9 and ACI 318

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**Seismic-Force-Resisting Systems
**

Reinforced Concrete

Unbraced frames (with rigid “moment resisting” joints): Three types Ordinary Intermediate Special R/C shear walls: Ordinary Special Precast shear walls: Special Intermediate Ordinary

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• Context in the Provisions • Concrete behavior

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**Unconfined Concrete Stress-Strain Behavior
**

20000 18000 16000 14000 4500 psi 8800 psi 13,500 psi 17,500 psi

Stress, psi

12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 0 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.004

Strain, in./in.

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**Idealized Stress-Strain Behavior of Unconfined Concrete
**

6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0

Stress, psi

**⎡ 2ε ⎛ ε ⎞2 ⎤ fc = fc' ⎢ c − ⎜ c ⎟ ⎥ ⎢ εo ⎝ εo ⎠ ⎥ ⎣ ⎦ 2fc' εo = Et Et = 1.8 x106 + 460fc' , psi
**

0.0005 0.001 0.0015 0.002 0.0025 0.003 0.0035 0.004

Strain

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**Confinement by Spirals or Hoops
**

Asp fyhAsp

ds fyhAsp Confinement from spiral or circular hoop Forces acting on 1/2 spiral or circular hoop Confinement from square hoop

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Confinement

Rectangular hoops with cross ties

Confinement by transverse bars

Confinement by longitudinal bars

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Opened 90° hook on hoops

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**Confined Concrete Stress-Strain Behavior
**

8000 7000 6000 Stress, psi 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.04 Average strain on 7.9 in. gauge length

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no confinement 4.75 in. Pitch of 3.5 in. ¼ in. dia. 2.375 in. spiral 1.75 in.

Tests of 6 in. x 12 in. cylinders

**Idealized Stress-Strain Behavior of Confined Concrete
**

Kent and Park Model

4500 4000 3500 Stress, psi 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 0 0.004 0.008 0.012 0.016

No Hoops 4 in. 6 in. 9 in. 12 in.

Confined Area 12” x 16”

Strain, in./in.

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**Reinforcing Steel Stress-Strain Behavior
**

100 Grade 75 80

Stress, ksi

Grade 60 60 Grade 40 E = 29,000 ksi 20

rupture~10-12%

40

strain hardening~ 1-3% rupture ~18-20%

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

6000

7000

8000

Microstrain

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**Reinforced Concrete Behavior
**

steel yields Load

failure cracked-inelastic cracked-elastic

**uncracked Mid-Point Displacement, Δ
**

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**Behavior Up to First Yield of Steel
**

b c d As

εc

fc

φ εs Strain εsEs < fy

Stress

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**Behavior at Concrete Crushing
**

b c d As

ε c,max

f'c C

φ εs >εy Strain

fy Stress

jd Asfy Forces

Mn = Asfyjd

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**Typical Moment Curvature Diagram
**

700

w/ strain hardening

600

f’c = 4 ksi

w/o strain hardening

M, in-kip

500 400 300 200 100 0 0

fy = 60 ksi b = 8 in d = 10 in ρ = 0.0125

100

200

300

φ x 10-5 in-1

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**Influence of Reinforcement Ratio
**

5000

f’c = 4 ksi

4000

fy = 60 ksi b = 10 in d = 18 in

M, in-kip

3000 2000 1000

0 0 100 200 300 400

ρ = 2.5% ρ = 1.5% ρ = 0.5%

φ x 10-5 in-1

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**Influence of Compression Reinforcement
**

1600

1200

3

2 5

800

Beam 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 4 7

ρ 0.0375 0.0375 0.0375 0.0250 0.0250 0.0125 0.0125

ρ' 0.0250 0.0125 0 0.0125 0 0.0125 0

M lb / in2 bd2

400

6 7

0 0 0.008 0.016 0.024

φ

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Moment-Curvature with Confined Concrete

ε c,max

c

f'c

φ

As

εs >εy Strain

fy Stress

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**Moment-Curvature with Confined Concrete
**

35000 30000

Moment, in-k

**25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 0 500 1000 1500 2000
**

Beam - 24 in. x 36 in. Tension Steel - 12 ea. #10 Compression Steel - 5 ea. #8 Confining Steel - #4 hoops at 4 in. c-c

without confining

with confining

curvature, microstrain/in.

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Plastic Hinging

l M

idealized

φ

actual plastic rotation

lp Mu

φu −φy φu

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**Strategies to Improve Ductility
**

• Use low flexural reinforcement ratio • Add compression reinforcement • Add confining reinforcement

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**Other Functions of Confining Steel
**

• Acts as shear reinforcement • Prevents buckling of longitudinal •

reinforcement Prevents bond splitting failures

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Structural Behavior Frames

Story Mechanism

Sway Mechanism

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Story Mechanism

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**Structural Behavior - Walls
**

Δs

H

V N

H V T

V N

V V V

C

Flexural failure

Horizontal tension

Sliding on flexural cracks

**Sliding on construction joint
**

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**Structural Behavior Walls
**

Vu 1 2 hw 2 45 lw 1 Vu

Compression

Vu

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**Structural Behavior Columns
**

1000 800

Ultimate yield

14 in square 4-#11 bars f' c = 4 ksi f y = 45 ksi

Axial load, P, kip

600 400 200

1.75”

bending axis

0

0

400

800

1200

1600

0.002

0.001

0

Moment, M, in-kip

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Curvature, φ, rad/in

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**Influence of Hoops on Axial Strength
**

Gross column Area = A g Confined concrete Area = A core

Before spallingP = Agf’c

After spallingP = Acore(f’c + 4 flat)

**After spalling ≥ Before spalling
**

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Column with Inadequate Ties

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Well Confined Column

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**Hysteretic Behavior of Well Confined Column
**

M 1.0 Mu 0.5

-4 -0.5 -1.0

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4 Drift, %

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Δ

**Structural Behavior Columns
**

M1 V M1 V

L

V M2 M2 P

M1 + M2 2Mu = V= L L

Range of P Mo Mu M

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Column Shear Failure

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Structural Behavior Joints

V fc h ft T Cc

Cs

Max. shear force Vj = T- V

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**Hysteretic Behavior of Joint with Hoops
**

M Mu 1.0

0.5

-1 -0.5

5 6 Drift, %

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**Hysteretic Behavior of Joint with No Hoops
**

M Mu 1.0

0.5

-1 -0.5

5 6 Drift, %

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Joint Failure – No Shear Reinforcing

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Anchorage Failure in Column/Footing Joint

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**Summary of Concrete Behavior
**

• Compressive Ductility

– Strong in compression but brittle – Confinement improves ductility by

• Maintaining concrete core integrity • Preventing longitudinal bar buckling

• Flexural Ductility

– Longitudinal steel provides monotonic ductility at low

reinforcement ratios – Transverse steel needed to maintain ductility through reverse cycles and at very high strains (hinge development)

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**Summary of Concrete Behavior
**

• Damping

– Well cracked: moderately high damping – Uncracked (e.g. prestressed): low damping

• Potential Problems

– Shear failures are brittle and abrupt and must be

avoided – Degrading strength/stiffness with repeat cycles • Limit degradation through adequate hinge development

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• Context in the Provisions • Concrete behavior • Reference standards

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ACI 318-05

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**Use of Reference Standards
**

• ACI 318-05

– Chapter 21, Special Provisions for Seismic Design

**• NEHRP Chapter 9, Concrete Structures
**

– General design requirements – Modifications to ACI 318 – Seismic Design Category requirements – Special precast structural walls – Untopped precast diaphragms (Appendix to Ch.9)

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**Detailed Modifications to ACI 318
**

• • • • • • •

Modified definitions and notations Scope and material properties Special moment frames Special shear walls Special and intermediate precast walls Foundations Anchoring to concrete

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• • • •

Context in the Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category

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**Design Coefficients - Moment Resisting Frames
**

Seismic Force Resisting System Special R/C Moment Frame Intermediate R/C Moment Frame Ordinary R/C Moment Frame Response Modification Coefficient, R 8 Deflection Amplification Factor, Cd 5.5

5

4.5

3

2.5

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**Design Coefficients Shear Walls (Bearing Systems)
**

Seismic Force Resisting System Special R/C Shear Walls Ordinary R/C Shear Walls Intermediate Precast Shear Walls Ordinary Precast Walls Response Modification Coefficient, R Deflection Amplification Factor, Cd

5

5

4 4

4 4

3

3

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**Design Coefficients Shear Walls (Frame Systems)
**

Seismic Force Resisting System

Special R/C Shear Walls Ordinary R/C Shear Walls Intermediate Precast Shear Walls Ordinary Precast Walls

**Response Modification Coefficient, R
**

6

**Deflection Amplification Factor, Cd
**

5

5 5

4.5 4.5

4

4

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**Design Coefficients Dual Systems with Special Frames
**

Seismic Force Resisting System Dual System w/ Special Walls Dual System w/ Ordinary Walls Response Modification Coefficient, R 8 (7) 6 Deflection Amplification Factor, Cd 6.5 (5.5) 5

(ASCE 7-05 values where different)

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Frames

Seismic Design Category A and B Minimum Frame Type ACI 318 Requirements

Ordinary

**Chapters 1 thru 18 and 22 ACI 21.2.1.3 and ACI 21.12 ACI 21.2.1.4 and ACI 21.2, 21.3, 21.4, and 21.5
**

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C

Intermediate

D, E and F

Special

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**Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls
**

Seismic Design Category Minimum Wall Type ACI 318 Requirements

A, B and C

Ordinary

Chapters 1 thru 18 and 22

D, E and F

Special

ACI 21.2.1.4 and ACI 21.2 and 21.7

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**Precast Concrete Shear Walls
**

Seismic Design Category A and B Minimum Wall Type ACI 318 Requirements Chapters 1 thru 18 and 22 ACI 21.2.1.3 and ACI 21.13 ACI 21.2.1.4 and ACI 21.2, 21.8

Ordinary

C

Intermediate

D, E and F

Special

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**Additional Provisions Requirements
**

• Category C

– Discontinuous members – Plain concrete

• Walls • Footings • Pedestals (not allowed)

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• • • • •

Context in the Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category Moment resisting frames

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Performance Objectives

• Strong column

– Avoid story mechanism

• Hinge development

– Confined concrete core – Prevent rebar buckling – Prevent shear failure

**• Member shear strength • Joint shear strength • Rebar development
**

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Frame Mechanisms “strong column – weak beam”

Story mechanism

Sway mechanism

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**Required Column Strength
**

M nc1

∑ Mnc ≥ 1.2∑ Mnb

M nb2

M nb1

M nc2

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Hinge Development

• Tightly Spaced Hoops

– Provide confinement to increase concrete strength

and usable compressive strain – Provide lateral support to compression bars to prevent buckling – Act as shear reinforcement and preclude shear failures – Control splitting cracks from high bar bond stresses

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Hinge Development

Before spalling

After spalling

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Hinge Development

Bidirectional cracking

Spalled cover

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Beam Longitudinal Reinforcement

200 fy ≤ ρ ≤ 0 .025

At least 2 bars continuous top & bottom Joint face Mn+ not less than 50% MnMin. Mn+ or Mn- not less than 25% max. Mn at joint face Splice away from hinges and enclose within hoops or spirals

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Beam Transverse Reinforcement

Closed hoops at hinging regions with “seismic” hook 135º hook, 6dh ≥ 3” extension Maximum spacing of hoops: d/4 8db 24dh 12”

**Longitudinal bars on perimeter tied as if column bars
**

2d min

Stirrups elsewhere, s ≤ d/2

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Beam Shear Strength

Mpr1

1.2D + 1.0L + 0.2S

Mpr2

Mpr = Mn fs = 1.25fy ,

with φ = 1 .0

Ve1

ln

Ve = Mpr1 + Mpr 2 ln w ul n ± 2

Ve2

≥ Ve

by analysis

**If earthquake-induced > 1 V e 2 shear force and Pu < A f
**

' g c

then Vc = 0

20

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Beam-Column Joint

Vcol T C

Vj = T + C − Vcol T = 1.25fy A s, top C = 1.25fy A s, bottom

Vj

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Beam-column Joint

**⎧20⎫ ⎪ ⎪ Vn = ⎨15 ⎬ f 'c A j ⎪12 ⎪ ⎩ ⎭
**

• • • •

Vn controls size of columns Coefficient depends on joint confinement To reduce shear demand, increase beam depth Keep column stronger than beam

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**ACI 318-05: Overview of Frames:
**

Column Longitudinal Reinforcement

M nc1

0.01 ≤ ρ ≤ 0.06

M nb1 M nb2

∑ Mnc ≥ 1.2∑ Mnb

M nc2

At joints (strong column-weak beam)

**Mnc based on factored axial force, consistent with direction of lateral forces
**

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Column Transverse Reinforcement at Potential Hinging Region Spirals Hoops

⎛ Ag ⎞ f 'c ρs = 0.45⎜ − 1⎟ ⎜A ⎟f ⎝ ch ⎠ yt and f 'c ρs ≥ 0.12 fyt

A sh and A sh

⎛ ⎞ f 'c ⎞⎛ A g ⎜ sbc ⎟⎜ ≥ 0 .3 − 1⎟ ⎟ ⎜ fyt ⎟⎜ A ch ⎠ ⎝ ⎠⎝ f 'c ≥ 0.09sbc fyt

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Column Transverse Reinforcement at Potential Hinging Region

hx hx

⎛ 14 − h x ⎞ so = 4 + ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ 3 ⎠

Spacing shall not exceed the smallest of: b/4 or 6 db or so (4” to 6”) Distance between legs of hoops or crossties, hx ≤ 14”

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Potential Hinge Region

•

For columns supporting stiff members such as walls, hoops are required over full height of column if

Pe >

• •

f 'c A g 10

For shear strength- same rules as beams (concrete shear strength is neglected if axial load is low and earthquake shear is high) Lap splices are not allowed in potential plastic hinge regions

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**Splice in Hinge Region
**

Terminating bars

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Frames:
**

Potential Hinge Region

d ⎫ ⎧ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ clear height ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ lo ≥ ⎨ 6 ⎬ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ 18" ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ ⎪ ⎭ ⎩

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**Moment Frame Example
**

A A’ B C C’ D 1 2

N

7 @ 30’ = 210’

3 4 5 6 7 8 5 @ 20’ = 100’

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Frame Elevations

A A’ B C C’ D A A’ B C C’ D

11 @ 12.5'

15' 18'

Column Lines 2 and 7

Column Lines 3 to 6

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15' 18'

11 @ 12.5'

**Story Shears: Seismic vs Wind
**

seismic E-W seismic N-S wind E-W wind N-S

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**Story Shears: E-W Loading
**

frame 1 frame 2 frame 3

1 2 3

includes shearwall

0

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**Story Shears: 25% rule
**

Frame 1 25% Frame 1

w/ walls w/o walls

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Layout of Reinforcement

4

28.6”

29.6”

22.5” 30”

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32”

**Bending Moment Envelopes: Frame 1 Beams
**

A A’ 4708 B 4515 C L C

**Seismic 715 Dead 5232 5834 5761 492 Combined: 834 4122 4222 4149
**

1.42D +0.5 L + E 0.68D - E 1.2D + 1.6L

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**Beam Reinforcement: Longitudinal
**

Max negative Mu = 5834 in-kips b = 22.5” d = 29.6” f’c = 4 ksi fy = 60 ksi Mu 5834 φ 0 .9 A s req'd = = = 4.17in2 fy (0.875d) 60 ⋅ 0.875 ⋅ 29.6 Choose: 2 #9 and 3 #8 As = 4.37 in2 ρ = 0.0066 < 0.025 OK φMn = 6580 in-kips OK

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**Beam Reinforcement: Longitudinal (continued)
**

Positive Mu at face of column = 4222 in-kips (greater than ½(5834) = 2917) b for negative moment is the sum of the beam width (22.5 in.) plus 1/12 the span length (20 ft x 12 in./ft)/12, b = 42.5 in.

A s req'd

φ 0.9 = 2.94in2 = = fy (0.9d) 60 ⋅ 0.9 ⋅ 29.6

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Mu

4222

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**Beam Reinforcement: Longitudinal (continued)
**

Choose 2 #7 and 3 #8 As = 3.57 in2 φMn = 5564 in-kips OK Run 3 #8s continuous top and bottom φMn = 3669 in-kips This moment is greater than: 25% of max negative Mn = 1459 in-kips Max required Mu = 834 in-kips

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Beam Reinforcement: Preliminary Layout

A

2 #8

A'

2 #9

B

3 #8

C

2 #9

C'

2 #8

D

2 #7

2 #7

3 #8

3 #8

2 #7

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**Moments for Computing Shear
**

Hinging mechanism

B C C'

9697

8999

10085

20.0'

10085

9.83' 10.5' 20.0'

Plastic moments (in-kips)

150.4 94.2 150.4 90.9

**Girder and column shears (kips)
**

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**Joint Shear Force
**

150.5 kip 355.5 kip 355.5 kip

**T = 1.25fy A s,top = 355.5 kips
**

560.5 kip

C = 1.25fy A s,bot = 355.5 kips Vj = T + C − Vcol = 560.5 kips v j = 15 f 'c = 949 psi Vn = v j A j = 949 ⋅ 30 ⋅ 30 = 854 kips φVn = 0.85 ⋅ 854 = 726 kips > 560.5 kips

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**Beam Shear Force A
**

79.4

A’

82.7

B

82.7

C

Seismic shear

75.6 29.5 29.5 108.9 49.9 53.2 29.5

79.4 29.5 29.5 112.2 53.2

82.7 29.5

Factored gravity shear

112.2

Design shear

46.1 105.1 108.9 49.9 112.2

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53.2

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**Beam Reinforcement: Transverse
**

Vseismic > 50% Vu therefore take Vc = 0 82.7 kips = 73%(112.2) Use 4 legged #3 stirrups

Vs = A v fy d s

At ends of beam s = 5.5 in. Near midspan s = 7.0 in.

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Beam Reinforcement: Transverse

**• Check maximum spacing of hoops within
**

plastic hinge length (2d)

– d/4 = 7.4 in. – 8db = 7.0 in. – 24dh = 9.0 in.

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**Column Design Moments
**

A A'

7311

B

**Girder moments (Level 7)
**

6181

**∑ Mnc = 1.2(7311 + 6181)
**

= 16190 in − k

8095

8095

Column moments (Level 7)

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Column Design Moments

if

Pu >

f 'c A g

∑ Mnc

10 > 1.2∑ Mnb

Distribute relative to stiffness of columns above and below: Mnc = 8095 in-kips (above) Mnc = 8095 in-kips (below)

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Design Strengths

Design Aspect

Beam rebar cutoffs Beam shear reinforcement Beam-column joint strength Column flexural strength Column shear strength

Strength Used

Design strength Maximum probable strength Maximum probable strength 1.2 times nominal strength Maximum probable strength

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**Column Transverse Reinforcement
**

A sh and A sh = 0.09sbc f 'c fyt ⎛ f 'c ⎞ ⎡⎛ A g ⎞ ⎤ ⎟ ⎢⎜ = 0.3⎜ sbc ⎜ A ⎟ − 1⎥ ⎜ fyt ⎟ ⎢⎝ ch ⎟ ⎥ ⎠ ⎦ ⎝ ⎠⎣

Ag = gross area of column Ach = area confined within the hoops bc = transverse dimension of column core measured center to center of outer legs Second equation typically governs for larger columns

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**Column Transverse Reinforcement
**

Maximum spacing is smallest of: •One quarter of minimum member dimension •Six times the diameter of the longitudinal bars •so calculated as follows:

14 − h x so = 4 + 3

hx = maximum horizontal center to center spacing of cross-ties or hoop legs on all faces of the column, not allowed to be greater the 14 in.

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**Column Transverse Reinforcement
**

For max s = 4 in.

A sh ⎛ f 'c ⎞ ⎡⎛ A g ⎞ ⎤ 4 ⎞⎛ 900 ⎞ ⎛ ⎟ ⎢⎜ ⎟ − 1⎥ = 0.3⎜ 4 ⋅ 26.5 ⋅ ⎟⎜ = 0.3⎜ sbc − 1⎟ ⎜A ⎟ ⎜ fyt ⎟ ⎢⎝ ch ⎠ ⎥ 60 ⎠⎝ 702 ⎠ ⎝ ⎦ ⎠⎣ ⎝

A sh = 0.60 in2 and A sh f 'c 4 = 0.09sbc = 0.09 ⋅ 4 ⋅ 26.5 ⋅ = 0.64 in2 fyt 60

**Use 4 legs of #4 bar – Ash = 0.80 in2
**

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**Determine Seismic Shear
**

Mpr,top Mpr,1 Mpr,2 Vseismic

**ln Vseismic Mpr,bottom
**

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Mpr,3

Mpr,4

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**Column Transverse Reinforcement Shear Demand from Mpr of Beams
**

Mpr, 1 = 9000 in-k (2 #9 and 3 #8) Mpr,2 = 7460 in-k (2 #7 and 3 #8) Assume moments are distributed equally above and below joint

Vseismic

8230 ⋅ 2 = = 139 kips (12.5 ⋅ 12) − 32

Note Vseismic~100%Vu

Vc = 0, if Pmin <

f 'c Ag 20

= 180 kips

**For 30 in. square column Pmin = 266 kips OK
**

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**Column Transverse Reinforcement Shear Demand from Mpr of Beams
**

φVc = φ2λ f 'c bd = 0.75 ⋅ 2 ⋅ 0.85 4000 ⋅ 30 ⋅ 27.5 = 66.5 kips φVs,required = 139 − 66.5 = 72.5 kips φVs,provided = φ A v fy d s 4 ⋅ 0.2 ⋅ 60 ⋅ 29.6 = 0.75 = 266.4 kips 4

Hoops

4 legs #4 s = 4”

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Column Reinforcement

A'

7 @ 4" 5" 8 @ 6" 5" 7 @ 4"

#4 hoops:

12 #8 bars

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**Levels of Seismic Detailing for Frames
**

Issue Hinge development and confinement Bar buckling Member shear Joint shear Strong column Rebar development Load reversal lesser minor lesser lesser minor Ordinary Intermediate minor lesser lesser minor Special full full full full full full full

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• • • • • •

Context in the Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category Moment resisting frames Shear walls

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Performance Objectives

• Resist axial forces, flexure and shear • Boundary members

– Where compression strains are large, maintain

capacity

**• Development of rebar in panel • Discontinuous walls: supporting columns
**

have full confinement

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Design Philosophy

• Flexural yielding will occur in predetermined •

flexural hinging regions Brittle failure mechanisms will be precluded

– Diagonal tension – Sliding hinges – Local buckling

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: General Requirements
**

lw

ρt = parallel to shear plane

hw

**ρl = perpendicular to shear plane Shear plane, Acv = web thickness x length of wall
**

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: General Requirements

•

ρl and ρt not less than 0.0025 unless

Vu < A cv f 'c

• •

then as allowed in 14.3 Spacing not to exceed 18 in. Reinforcement contributing to Vn shall be continuous and distributed across the shear plane

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: General Requirements

•

Two curtains of reinforcing required if:

Vu > 2A cv f 'c

•

Design shear force determined from lateral load analysis

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: General Requirements

•

Shear strength:

Vn = A cv α c f 'c + ρ t fy

αc = 3.0 for hw/lw≤1.5 αc = 2.0 for hw/lw≥2.0 Linear interpolation between

(

)

•

**Walls must have reinforcement in two orthogonal directions
**

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: General Requirements

**• For axial load and flexure, design like a
**

column to determine axial load – moment interaction P

M

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**ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: Boundary Elements
**

For walls with a high compression demand at the edges – Boundary Elements are required

**Widened end with confinement Extra confinement and/or longitudinal bars at end
**

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: Boundary Elements

•

**Boundary elements are required if:
**

lw c≥ ⎛ δu ⎞ 600⎜ hw ⎟ ⎝ ⎠

**δu = Design displacement c = Depth to neutral axis from strain compatibility analysis with loads causing δu
**

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ACI 318-05, Overview of Walls: Boundary Elements

**• Where required, boundary elements must
**

extend up the wall from the critical section a distance not less than the larger of: lw or Mu/4Vu

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ACI 318-05: Overview of Walls Boundary Elements

**• Boundary elements are required where the
**

maximum extreme fiber compressive stress calculated based on factored load effects, linear elastic concrete behavior and gross section properties, exceeds 0.2 f’c

**• Boundary element can be discontinued
**

where the compressive stress is less than 0.15f’c

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ACI 318-05: Overview of Walls Boundary Elements

**• Boundary elements must extend horizontally • •
**

not less than the larger of c/2 or c-0.1lw In flanged walls, boundary element must include all of the effective flange width and at least 12 in. of the web Transverse reinforcement must extend into the foundation

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Wall Example

A A’ B C C’ D

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15' 18'

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11 @ 12.5'

**Wall Cross-Section
**

17’-6”=210” 30” 30” 12” 30” 30”

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**Story Shears E-W Loading
**

frame 1 frame 2 frame 3 1 2 3

includes shearwall

0

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**Boundary Element Check
**

Required if: fc > 0.2 fc' based on gross concrete section Axial load and moment are determined based on factored forces, including earthquake effects At ground Pu = 5550 kip Mu from analysis is 268,187 in-kip The wall has the following gross section properties: A = 4320 in2 S = 261,600 in3

**fc = 2.3 ksi = 38% of f’c = 6 ksi ∴ Need boundary element
**

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**Boundary Element Design
**

Determine preliminary reinforcing ratio in boundary elements by assuming only boundary elements take compression M = 268,187 in-k

M P B2 B1

P = 5550 k

B1 = P M + = 3892 kip 2 240 P M B2 = − = 1658 kip 2 240

Need

0 . 8Po = 0 . 8 (0 . 7 ) A g 0 . 85 fc' (1 − ρ ) + ρ f y > 3892 kip

[

]

For Ag = 30(30) = 900 in2 For fc’ = 4 ksi ⇒ ρ = 7.06% Too large For fc’ = 6 ksi ⇒ ρ = 4.18% Reasonable; 24 #11

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**Boundary Element Confinement
**

Transverse reinforcement in boundary elements is to be designed essentially like column transverse reinforcement

A sh

fc' 2 = 0 . 09 sb c = 1 . 08 in at s = 4 " fy

4 legs of #5

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**Shear Panel Reinforcement
**

Vn = A cv ⎛ 2 λ ⎜ ⎝ fc' + ρ t f y ⎞ ⎟ ⎠

ρl Panel ⊥ to Acv ρt

Vu = 539 kips (below level 2) φ = 0.6 (per ACI 9.3.4(a)) ρt = 0.0036 for fy = 40 ksi Min ρl (and ρt) = 0.0025 2 curtains if Acv

Vu > 2

' fc A cv

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**Shear Panel Reinforcement
**

Select transverse and longitudinal reinforcement:

longitudin al : 0 .2 ⋅ 2 # 4 @ 12" ⇒ = 0.0028 > 0.0025 12 ⋅ 12 transverse : 0 .2 ⋅ 2 # 4 @ 9" ⇒ = 0.0037 > 0.0036 12 ⋅ 9

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**Check Wall Design
**

30000

Nominal

25000

Factored Combinations

Axial Load, k

20000 15000 10000 5000 0 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 140000

Moment, k-ft

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**Shear Wall Reinforcement
**

B R C 8 B C 3

24 #10

B

C

12

7

24 #9

2

#4@12" ver. E.F. #4@6" hor. E.F.

fc’ = 6 ksi

11

6

12 #9

G

24 #11

10

#4@18" ver. E.F. #4@16" hor. E.F.

5 B 4

#4@12" E.W. E.F. #4 @ 4"

#5 @ 4"

9

8

3

fc’ = 4 ksi

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions Concrete Design

• • • • • • •

Context in the Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category Moment resisting frames Shear walls Other topics

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**Members Not Part of SRS
**

• In frame members not designated as part of

the lateral-force-resisting system in regions of high seismic risk:

**– Must be able to support gravity loads while subjected
**

to the design displacement – Transverse reinforcement increases depending on: Forces induced by drift Axial force in member

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Diaphragms

Diaphragm Shear walls Collectors, if req’d to transfer force from diaphragm to shear walls Load from analysis in accordance With design load combinations Check: • Shear strength and reinforcement (min. slab reinf.) • Chords (boundary members) - Force = M/d Reinforced for tension (Usually don’t require boundary members)

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**Struts and Trusses
**

performance objectives

**• All members have axial load (not flexure), so
**

ductility is more difficult to achieve

• Full length confinement

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Precast performance objectives

Field connections at points of low stress

Field connections must yield

Strong connections

• Configure system so that hinges occur in factory cast members away from field splices

Ductile connections • Inelastic action at field splice

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Quality Assurance Rebar Inspection

• Continuous

– Welding of rebar

• Periodic

– During and upon completion of placement for special

moment frames, intermediate moment frames and shear walls

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Shear panel reinforcement cage

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Quality Assurance: Reinforcing Inspection - Prestressed

• Periodic

– Placing of prestressing tendons (inspection required

upon completion)

• Continuous

– Stressing of tendons – Grouting of tendons

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Quality Assurance: Concrete Placement Inspection

• Continuous

– Prestressed elements – Drilled piers – Caissons

• Periodic

– Frames – Shear walls

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Quality Assurance: Precast Concrete (plant cast)

**• Manufacturer may serve as special inspector •
**

if plant’s quality control program is approved by regulatory agency If no approved quality control program, independent special inspector is required

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Quality Assurance: PCI Certification Program

**• Review of plant operations
**

– Scheduled and surprise visits – Qualified independent inspectors – Observed work of in-plant quality control – Check results of quality control procedures – Periodic – specific approvals requiring renewal

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Quality Assurance: ACI Inspector Certification

**• Specialized training available for:
**

– Laboratory and in situ testing – Inspection of welding – Handling and placement of concrete – Others

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Quality Assurance: Reinforcement Testing

• Rebar

– Special and intermediate moment frames – Boundary elements

**• Prestressing steel • Tests include
**

– Weldability – Elongation – Actual to specified yield strength – Actual to specified ultimate strength

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Quality Assurance: Concrete Testing

**• Sample and test according to ACI 318-05
**

– Slump – Air content – 7 and 28 day strengths – Unit weight

• Rate

– Once per day per class

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NEHRP Recommended Provisions: Concrete Design

• • • • • • • •

Context in the Provisions Concrete behavior Reference standards Requirements by Seismic Design Category Moment resisting frames Shear walls Other topics Summary

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