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Seismic Shear Behavior of High Strength Reinforced Concrete

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CHAPTER 2 PREVIOUS RESEARCH AND LITERATURE REVIEW 8
2.1. Introduction 8
2.2. High-Strength Material 8
2.2.1. High-strength concrete 8
2.2.2. High-strength steel reinforcement 10
2.3. Previous Research 14
2.3.1. Experimental Study of Shear Critical High-Strength Columns 14
2.4. Minimum Shear Reinforcement Model Of High Strength Concrete Members. 29
2.5. Shear Strength Model 33
2.5.1. ACI 318-14 34
2.5.2. ASCE-ACI 426 Proposal (1973, 1977) 35
2.5.3. SEAOC (1973) 36
2.5.4. Caltrans (1995) 36
2.5.5. ASCE/SEI 41-06 (2006) 37
2.5.6. Architectural Institue of Japan (AIJ) 1990 38
2.5.7. Ascheim and Moehle 39
2.5.8. UCSD Shear Model 39
2.5.9. Xiao and Martirossyan 42
2.6. Shear Strength Provided by High-Strength Shear Reinforcement 42
CHAPTER 5 SHEAR STRENGTH OF HIGH-STRENGTH REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMN
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5.1. High-Strength Column Test Database 111
5.2. Proposed Shear Strength Model 112
5.2.1. Shear Strength of Concrete 112
5.2.2. Shear Strength of Steel 118
5.3. Shear Strength Evaluation 119
5.3.1. Effect of Axial Load Ratio 121
5.3.2. Effect of Concrete Compressive Strength 123
5.3.3. Effect of Aspect Ratio 125
5.3.4. Effect of Longitudinal Reinforcement 127
5.3.5. Effect of Shear Reinforcement 131
5.3.6. Summary Shear Strength Evaluation 135
5.4. Minimum Shear Reinforcement 136
5.4.5. Proposed Minimum Amount of Shear Reinforcement 137
5.4.6. Evaluation on Minimum Shear Reinforcement 140
5.5. Maximum Shear Reinforcement 142