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Calculation of loss of prestress due to successive elastic def

Loss of stress due to Successive (Squential) stressing of cab


Span, L 35.0 m

Prestressing force 2210.00 KN

Elasticity of steel, Es 195000 N/mm

Grade of concrete 45 N/mm2

Elasticity of concreter, Ec 31622.78 N/mm2

CG of Section from the top Yt 1.6951 m

Area at mid 3.9491 m2

Moment of inertia at mid 2.5063 m4

Area at end 5.4375 m2

Moment of inertia at end 3.1144 m4

modular ratio, m = Es/Ec 6.1664


Average loss of prestress 35.863 N/mm2
Calculation of cable stress level by post-tensioning cable at another leve
Cause by cable Cable Nos. cable, e 2 cable, e 1 Emerging average stress average
angle Level in stress
Level in

Level Nos. at end at mid- θo 1 2


span
1 1.00 0.0334 -1.3551 8.6754 1.864 0.000
2 1.00 -0.3306 -1.3551 6.4235 1.764 1.849
3 1.00 -0.6870 -1.5451 5.3869 1.816 1.992
4 2.00 -1.4411 -1.5451 0.6548 3.208 3.952
Σ 5.000 Σ 8.651 7.793
successive elastic deformation
quential) stressing of cable
Note: The factor 2/3 for parabolic cable profile of cable
Average stress, σc = Stress at end + 2/3*mid span stress
Stress = stress leve in cable due to another cable stressed
Loss = modular ratio*Average stress = m*σc

st-tensioning cable at another level


average average average average stress Remarks
stress stress stress Level in
Level in Level in Level in

3 4 5 6 Σ

0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 1.864


0.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 3.612
2.169 0.000 0.000 0.000 5.977
4.696 5.770 0.000 0.000 17.627
6.865 5.770 0.000 0.000 29.079