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1.- DESCRIPTION.............................................................................................................. 2

2.- CHECKS........................................................................................................................ 2

2.1.- Perimeter of the support (P5)............................................................................ 2

2.1.1.- Zone adjacent to the support or load (non-seismic combinations)...................... 2

2.2.- Critical perimeter (P5)........................................................................................ 4

2.2.1.- Zone with punching shear reinforcement (non-seismic combinations)................. 4

2.3.- Punching shear reinforcement perimeter (P5)................................................... 6

2.3.1.- External zone to the punching shear reinforecement (non-seismic combinations). 6

2.4.- Additional reinf. (P5).......................................................................................... 8

2.4.1.- Punching shear reinforcement (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 9.4.3(2))

(non-seismic combinations).......................................................................... 8

2.4.2.- Clear distance between two isolated consecutive bars...................................... 8

2.4.3.- Distance between the support's face and the first punching shear reinforcement.. 9

2.4.4.- Distance between transverse consecutive reinforcement perimeters................... 9

1.- DESCRIPTION

Calculation of the punching shear perimeters

Perimeter of the support (P5)

u0:

1200 mm

Critical perimeter

u1:

3899 mm

xG:

2000 mm

yG:

2000 mm

W1x:

15351.7 cm

W1y:

15351.7 cm

uout,ef:

3440 mm

xG:

2000 mm

yG:

2000 mm

Wout,ef,x:

18960.1 cm

Wout,ef,y:

18960.1 cm

2.- CHECKS

2.1.- Perimeter of the support (P5)

2.1.1.- Zone adjacent to the support or load (non-seismic combinations)

The worst case design forces occur for load combination 1.35SW+1.35DL+1.5Qa.

The following criteria must be satisfied:

0.98 MPa 4.50 MPa

Where:

vEd: Design value of the sheer stress along the control section

considered.

vRd,max: Design value of the maximum punching shear resistance

along the control section considered.

vEd :

0.98

MPa

vRd,max :

4.50

MPa

vEd :

0.98

MPa

VEd :

252.18

The design value of the sheer stress along the control section considered

is obtained from the following expression (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.5):

Where:

VEd: Design value of the applied shear force.

: Coefficient which takes into account the effects of load

eccentricity. (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.3).

kN

1.00

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kx: Coefficient which depends on the relationship between the

dimensions cy (dimension in direction of the y-axis) and cx

(dimension in direction of the x-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

kx :

0.60

dimensions cx (dimension in direction of the x-axis) and cy

(dimension in direction of the y-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

ky :

0.60

MEdx :

0.00

kNm

MEdy :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

MEdOx :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

gravity of the critical perimeter u1.

gravity of the critical perimeter u1.

MEdOy :

0.00

kNm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

xG :

2000

mm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

yG :

2000

mm

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.2).

u1 :

3899

mm

W1x :

15351.7 cm

W1y :

15351.7 cm

ey: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdx acts

about.

ex: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdy acts

about.

u0: Verification critical punching shear perimeter of the area

adjacent to the support or load (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.5).

u0 :

1200

mm

d :

215

mm

vRd,max :

4.50

MPa

0.54

fck :

25.00

MPa

direction of the longitudinal member axis.

fcd :

16.67

MPa

The design value of the maximum punching shear resistance along the

control section considered is obtained from the following expression (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.5):

Where:

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2.2.- Critical perimeter (P5)

2.2.1.- Zone with punching shear reinforcement (non-seismic combinations)

The worst case design forces occur for load combination 1.35SW+1.35DL+1.5Qa.

The following criteria must be satisfied:

0.30 MPa 0.62 MPa

Where:

vEd: Design value of the sheer stress along the control section

considered.

vRd,cs: Design value of the punching shear resistance of a slab with

punching shear reinforcement along the control section considered.

vEd :

0.30

MPa

vRd,cs :

0.62

MPa

vEd :

0.30

MPa

VEd :

252.18

The design value of the sheer stress along the control section considered

is obtained from the following expression (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.3):

Where:

VEd: Design value of the applied shear force.

: Coefficient which takes into account the effects of load

eccentricity. (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.3).

kN

1.00

dimensions cy (dimension in direction of the y-axis) and cx

(dimension in direction of the x-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

kx :

0.60

dimensions cx (dimension in direction of the x-axis) and cy

(dimension in direction of the y-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

ky :

0.60

MEdx :

0.00

kNm

MEdy :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

MEdOx :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

of gravity of the critical perimeter u1.

MEdy: Design moment around the y-axis, regarding the center

of gravity of the critical perimeter u1.

MEdOy :

0.00

kNm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

xG :

2000

mm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

yG :

2000

mm

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.2).

u1 :

3899

mm

W1x :

15351.7 cm

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ey: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdx acts

about.

W1y :

15351.7 cm

ex: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdy acts

about.

d: Nominal depth of the slab.

d :

215

mm

vRd,cs :

0.62

MPa

vRd,c :

0.48

MPa

vRd,c,min :

0.48

MPa

c :

1.50

k :

1.96

fck :

25.00

l :

0.0021

lx :

0.0021

ly :

0.0021

cp :

0.00

MPa

cp,max :

3.33

MPa

16.67

MPa

The design value of the punching shear resistance of a slab with punching

shear reinforcement along the control section considered is obtained from

the following expression (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.5):

Where:

Where:

l: Geometric steel area of the main tensile longitudinal

reinforcement.

MPa

Where:

(positive compression), with a maximum value of cp,max.

fcd: Design value of the concrete compression force in

the direction of the longitudinal member axis.

fcd :

permieter concentric with the support or loaded area.

sr: Radial distance between two concentric perimeters of

reinforcement.

: Angle between the shear reinforcement and the plane of the

slab.

Asw

(mm)

sr

(mm)

(degrees)

Asw/sr

(cm/m)

Beam 2

113

100

90.0

11.3

Beam 2

113

100

90.0

11.3

Reference

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reinforcement.

fywd,ef :

304.00 MPa

fywd :

320.00 MPa

fywk :

400.00 MPa

u1: Critical punching shear perimeter (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.2).

u1 :

mm

3899

2.3.1.- External zone to the punching shear reinforecement (non-seismic combinations)

The worst case design forces occur for load combination 1.35SW+1.35DL+1.5Qa.

The following criteria must be satisfied:

0.34 MPa 0.48 MPa

Where:

vEd: Design value of the sheer stress along the control section

considered.

vRd,c: Design value of the punching shear resistance of a slab

without punching shear reinforcement along the control section

considered.

vEd :

0.34

MPa

vRd,c :

0.48

MPa

vEd :

0.34

MPa

VEd :

252.18

The design value of the sheer stress along the control section considered

is obtained from the following expression (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.5):

Where:

VEd: Design value of the applied shear force.

: Coefficient which takes into account the effects of load

eccentricity. (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.3).

1.00

dimensions cy (dimension in direction of the y-axis) and cx

(dimension in direction of the x-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

kx :

0.60

dimensions cx (dimension in direction of the x-axis) and cy

(dimension in direction of the y-axis) of the column (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, Table 6.1).

ky :

0.60

MEdx :

0.00

kN

of gravity of the critical perimeter uout,ef.

kNm

of gravity of the critical perimeter uout,ef.

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MEdy :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

MEdOx :

0.00

kNm

of gravity of the column.

MEdOy :

0.00

kNm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

xG :

2000

mm

perimeter regarding the center of the column.

yG :

2000

mm

uout,ef :

3440

mm

zone (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 6.4.5).

Wout,ef,x :

18960.1 cm

Wout,ef,y :

18960.1 cm

ey: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdx acts

about.

ex: Distance from dl to the axis where the moment MEdy acts

about.

d: Nominal depth of the slab.

d :

215

mm

vRd,c :

0.48

MPa

vRd,c,min :

0.48

MPa

c :

1.50

k :

1.96

fck :

25.00

l :

0.0021

lx :

0.0021

ly :

0.0021

cp :

0.00

MPa

cp,max :

3.33

MPa

16.67

MPa

punching shear reinformcement along the control section considered is

obtained from the following expression (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008,

6.4.4):

Where:

l: Geometric steel area of the main tensile longitudinal

reinforcement.

MPa

Where:

(positive compression), with a maximum value of cp,max.

fcd: Design value of the concrete compression force in the

direction of the longitudinal member axis.

fcd :

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2.4.- Additional reinf. (P5)

2.4.1.- Punching shear reinforcement (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 9.4.3(2)) (non-seismic

combinations)

Where shear reinforcement is required the area of a link leg (or equivalent), Asw,min, is given by Expression

(9.11).

Asw

(mm)

sr

(mm)

st

(mm)

(degrees)

w,min

Beam 2

28

100

214

90.0

0.0020

0.0010

Beam 2

28

100

214

90.0

0.0020

0.0010

Reference

w w,min

where:

Asw: the area of a link leg (or equivalent).

: is the angle between the shear reinforcement and the main steel (i.e. for vertical

links = 90 and sin = 1).

sr: is the spacing of shear links in the radial direction.

st: is the spacing of shear links in the tangential direction.

fck: is in MPa

fck :

25.00 MPa

The horizontal and vertical clear spacing dl between two consecutive bars should be greater than or equal

to smin (8.2(2), dg):

94 mm 20 mm

Where:

smin: Maximum value of s1, s2, s3.

smin :

s1 :

20 mm

6

mm

s2 :

20 mm

s3 :

20 mm

EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008 :

15 mm

Where:

EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008: Maximum

size of aggregate.

max: Diameter of the thickest bar of the

transverse reinforcement.

max :

dl

(mm)

smin

(mm)

max

(mm)

Beam 2

94

20

Beam 2

94

20

mm

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2.4.3.- Distance between the support's face and the first punching shear reinforcement

The distance between the face of the support or loaded area and the first punching shear reinforcement

should not be greater than smax (EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 9.4.3):

20 mm 108 mm

Where:

smax :

108 mm

d :

215 mm

The distance dl between consecutive transverse reinforcement perimeters should be, at most, equal to smax

(EN 1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 9.4.3):

100 mm 161 mm

Where:

smax :

161 mm

d :

215 mm

The distance dl between two consecutive perimeter reinforcements should not be greater than smax (EN

1992-1-1:2004/AC:2008, 9.4.3):

214 mm 323 mm

Where:

smax :

323 mm

d :

215 mm

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