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CHAPTER

03

3.1

ANALYSIS & DESIGN OF STRONG COLUMN & WEAK BEAM SNI 03-2847-2002

INTRODUCTION

Moment resistant ductile frame of reinforced concrete structure is designed for strength and ductility. Strength related to the maximum capacity of the structural member to resist the earthquake load, ductility related to the maximum deformation beyond the yield stress without loss of strength. To prevent the failure during strong earthquake the column member is designed stronger than the beam member it is called as strong column and weak beam concept.

This chapter describes the analysis and design of flexural member and column member using the strong column and weak beam concept.

3.2

3.2.1 GENERAL During the strong earthquake the reinforced concrete structure is designed so it can provide the energy dissipation as well as possible. The only method can be used to follows the requirement above is strong column and weak beam design method.

The followings are the major aspect of the strong column and weak beam concept, as follows : The overall structure is designed so it can develop inelastic structural behavior. Column is designed stronger than beam it means during strong earthquake column member remain elastic so it can provide stability and strength of the stories above. The development of plastic hinge is forms at the end of beam, so the energy dissipation is occurs in the plastic hinge. To ensure the perfect energy dissipation at plastic hinge, plastic hinge region required special reinforcement detailing (confinement) to improve ductility, energy absorption capacity and perform inelasticity.

3.2.2

In the strong column and weak beam concept the beam is permitted to yields but the column remains elastic. The behavior of reinforced concrete beam is more ductile than the reinforced concrete column, so it is safer to design the location of plastic hinge forms at the end of beam rather at the column.

The figure below shows the formation of plastic hinge at the end of reinforced concrete beam, as follows :

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FIGURE 3.1

3.2.3

DUCTILITY

In general meaning the ductility is the ability of the structural member to deform beyond its yield stress several times without significant losses of its strength. As already known concrete material is a brittle material so during the strong earthquake this material may fail suddenly.

To provide the ductility of the plastic hinge region which at the end of beam special reinforcement detailing is required so during the earthquake the plastic hinge can deform beyond its yield stress without failure.

3.3

The following is the strength reduction factor used in the reinforced concrete design based on the SNI code, as follows :

TABLE 3.1 NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Flexure Shear Torsion Axial Tension Axial Compression Tie Axial Compression Spiral Bearing on Concrete STRENGTH REDUCTION FACTORS SNI 03-2847-2002 ACTIONS 0.80 0.75 0.75 0.80 0.65 0.70 0.70

3.4

3.4.1 GENERAL The design procedure of flexural member / beam using the strong column weak beam concept is almost similar to the original reinforced concrete design.

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The followings are the major basic of flexural member design with strong column weak beam concept, as follows : Design of flexural reinforcement due to gravity load, earthquake load is similar to the original reinforced concrete design. The shear strength is calculated based on the probable moment resistance, not due to factored shear force. Special reinforcement detailing for longitudinal reinforcement, shear reinforcement,

3.4.2

LIMITATION OF DIMENSION

The followings are the minimum limits of reinforced concrete beam dimension, as follows : Minimum beam width = 250 mm. Maximum beam width = width of supporting column + 1.5 depth of beam. Width to depth ratio 0.3. Span to depth ratio 4 to prevent the deep beam action. 3.4.3 PROBABLE MOMENT RESISTANCE

During the strong earthquake the end of beam will yields, if the shear strength is not strong enough the beam will fail due to shear which is brittle. Based on the requirement the shear design must be done based on the probable moment resistance of the end of beam. The shear capacity of the plastic hinge region must be over and above that corresponding flexural failure.

The probable moment resistance is calculated based on the following assumption, as follows : The flexural reinforcement is enters into the strain hardening area. The ratio of ultimate tensile strength to yield strength is taken as 1.25. The strength reduction factor is taken as =1.0.

The figure below shows the free body diagram of calculation of probable moment resistance.

FIGURE 3.2

The steel stress of the tensile reinforcement is taken as (1.25fy) rather than fy. The probable moment resistance is calculated, as follows : a Mpr = 1.0 1.25 A s fy d 2

[3.1]

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where : Mpr As fy d a = probable moment resistance = area of tensile reinforcement = yield strength of tensile reinforcement = effective depth = depth of compressive block

a=

[3.2]

3.4.4

SHEAR DESIGN

The design shear force for flexure member is calculated based on the shear force due to gravity load and reversible side sway bending moment (hinging of end of beam).

The figure below shows the shear force diagram due to gravity load and hinging at beam end, as follows :

FIGURE 3.3

+ MprL + MprR w L + u VL = 2 Ln + MprL + MprR w L u VR = 2 Ln

[3.3]

w u = 1.2DL + 1.0LL

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where : VL VR MprL MprR DL LL Ln = shear force at left side = shear force at right side = probable moment resistance at left side = probable moment resistance at right side = uniform gravity load of DL = uniform gravity load of LL = clear span length

The shear reinforcement is designed with the concrete shear strength at the plastic hinge region taken as zero : Vc = 0

[3.4]

Design of shear reinforcement outside the plastic hinge region is similar to the original reinforced concrete design.

The concrete shear strength Vc is taken zero if : The axial compressive force is less than

A gf 'c 20

3.4.5 A.

The most important of the earthquake resistant design of reinforced concrete building is the strength and the ductility. Strength provided by the maximum capacity of the member and ductility is

provided by the good reinforcement detailing especially at the plastic hinge region. B. Longitudinal Reinforcement

The figure below shows the detailing requirement for longitudinal reinforcement.

FIGURE 3.4

The followings are the requirements of longitudinal reinforcement detailing for flexural member, as follows :

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Minimum 2 bars are continuously top and bottom. Minimum and maximum reinforcement ratio is :

min =

1 .4 fy

[3.5]

max = 0.025

The ductility is decrease if the amount of tensile reinforcement is increase so we need to limit the reinforcement ratio.

The positive moment strength at the face of beam column must follows :

+ Mn(END ) 0.5Mn(END )

[3.6]

At every section the positive and negative moment strength must follows :

+ + Mn(SPAN) 0.25Mn(END ) / 0.25Mn(END ) + Mn(SPAN) 0.25Mn(END ) / 0.25Mn(END )

[3.7]

C.

Shear Reinforcement

Shear reinforcement must be designed to resist the seismic design force as explained before. Shear reinforcement is designed due to shear force from the probable of plastic hinge development at

the end of member not used the factored shear force from lateral structural analysis.

The followings are the basic function of the shear reinforcement in the earthquake resistant building, as follows : Provide sufficient shear strength so full flexural strength can be developed. Ensure the adequate rotation capacity in plastic hinge region. Provide lateral support to longitudinal reinforcement.

D.

Confinement Reinforcement

Hoop, hoop is a closed tie having seismic hook at one end. Cross Tie, cross tie is continuous reinforcing bar having seismic hook at one end and hook not

o less than 90 at other end.

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FIGURE 3.5

The following are the requirements for confinement reinforcement, as follows : Confinement reinforcement is placed over a length equal to 2h from the face of support / at any

location where the plastic hinge developed.

First rein is place not less than 50 mm from the face of support. Confinement reinforcement is placed at the lap splice. Maximum spacing is taken the minimum of : d/4 8 x of longitudinal reinforcement 24 x confinement reinforcement 300 mm

FIGURE 3.6

E.

The development length and splice of reinforcement must not provided for earthquake resistant building, as follows : Within joint. Within 2h from the face of support. In location where plastic hinge developed.

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3.5

3.5.1 GENERAL

The column member is a compression member which is has lower ductility than the flexural member. Because it is more difficult to control the ductility in column member so the concept of strong column weak beam is used. The column member is designed remain elastic due to strong

earthquake and the flexural member is permitted to yield with special confinement reinforcement to

ensure the ductility. During the earthquake the column member is the only structural member must keep the stability of the structure.

3.5.2 LIMITATION OF DIMENSION

The followings are the minimum limits of reinforced concrete column dimension, as follows : Minimum column dimension = 300 mm. Ratio of shortest dimension to perpendicular dimension 0.4.

3.5.3

The column member must be designed to behave remain elastic due to earthquake. To ensure the column member is still elastic so it must be designed stronger than the flexural member.

The strong column weak beam concept stipulate the design bending moment for column member is :

Mcol

6 ( Mbeam ) 5

[3.8]

where : Mcol = sum of moment at joint corresponding to the flexural strength of column at that joint

(sum of column bending strength above & below the beam)

Mbeam

= sum of moment at joint corresponding to the flexural strength of beam at that joint

FIGURE 3.7

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So the design bending moment at joint of the corresponding column can be written, as follows :

(M

+ + Mn + Mn

) )

col

6 + Mn + Mn 5 6 + Mn + Mn 5

) )

beam

(M

where :

+ n

col

[3.9]

beam

= strength reduction factor as used in original reinforced concrete design which is less than 1.0

The column must be designed also due to factored axial load which result in the lowest flexural strength.

3.5.4

SHEAR DESIGN

The same with the flexural member the shear strength must be designed based on the probable

moment resistance at the plastic hinge region.

Ve =

MprT + MprB h

[3.10]

where : Ve MprT MprB h = design shear force of column = probable moment resistance at op of column = probable moment resistant at bottom of column = clear height of the column

The design shear force must not less than factored shear force from the lateral structural analysis.

The shear reinforcement is designed with the concrete shear strength at the plastic hinge region (l0

region) taken as zero if the axial compressive force is Pu <

f 'c A g 20

Vc = 0

[3.11]

Design of shear reinforcement outside the plastic hinge region is similar to the original reinforced concrete design.

3.5.5 A.

The most important of the earthquake resistant design of reinforced concrete building is the strength and the ductility. Strength provided by the maximum capacity of the member and ductility is

provided by the good reinforcement detailing especially at the plastic hinge region.

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B.

Longitudinal Reinforcement

The followings are the requirements of longitudinal reinforcement detailing for column member, as follows : Minimum and maximum reinforcement ratio is : min = 0.01 max = 0.06

[3.12]

C.

Shear Reinforcement

Shear reinforcement must be designed to resist the seismic design force as explained before. Shear reinforcement is designed due to shear force from the probable of plastic hinge development at

the end of member but shall not less than the factored shear force from lateral structural analysis.

The followings are the basic function of the shear reinforcement in the earthquake resistant building, as follows : Provide sufficient shear strength so full flexural strength can be developed. Ensure the adequate rotation capacity in plastic hinge region. Provide lateral support to longitudinal reinforcement.

D.

Confinement Reinforcement

The following are the requirements for confinement reinforcement for column member, as follows : Minimum ratio of spiral confinement is :

[3.13]

Ag f 'c s 0.45 A 1 f ch yv

where : s Ag fyv = ratio of volume of spiral reinforcement to core volume = gross cross section of column

Ach = core area measured from outside of transverse reinforcement = yield strength of confinement reinforcement

[3.14]

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Ag f 'c A sh 0.3shc A 1 f ch yv

where : Ash = area of transverse reinforcement perpendicular to hc hc = dimension of column core from c c of transverse reinforcement

FIGURE 3.8

RECTANGULAR HOOP

Confinement reinforcement must be in the form of closed hoop. Confinement reinforcement is placed over a length equal to l0 from the end of column. The height l0 is taken as the greater of : Depth of column at the face of joint.

1

/6 of height of column.

500 mm. Spacing of confinement reinforcement at the l0 region shall not more than : minimum dimension of column.

1

/6 of longitudinal reinforcement.

The figure below shows the typical detailing for column member.

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FIGURE 3.9

E.

Lap splice are to be used within the center half of column height, it is designed as tension

splice. Welded splice / mechanical connector can be used at any section, used for alternate longitudinal reinforcement.

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FIGURE 3.10

3.6

3.6.1 GENERAL

The most critical location of the structural strength is the joint between beam and column. Due to the development of plastic hinge at the end of beam the joint will suffer to the shear force acting at the

effective area of joint. The joint must has enough shear strength to resist this force.

20

[3.15]

3.6.2

Horizontal shear force at the joint is calculated based on the probable moment resistance at the end

of beam (Mpr is calculated with 1.25 fy and =1.0).

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FIGURE 3.11

[3.16]

where : Vuh Tr Cl Vu

3.6.3

= horizontal force at joint = tensile force of longitudinal reinforcement (right side) = compressive force of concrete = shear force of column (left side)

The horizontal shear force as above must be less than the shear strength of the joint, as follows :

TABLE 3.2 SHEAR STRENGTH OF JOINT CONDITION SI

Confined on all faces of beam Confined on three faces / two opposite faces Other case

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fc Aj

= concrete compressive strength = effective area of joint (parallel to the reinforcement generate shear)

The strength reduction factor is taken as = 0.85.

[3.17]

where: b h = beam width perpendicular to the shear = dimension of column parallel to the shear

FIGURE 3.12

The strength of the joint based on the test result is just provided by the concrete, it is not too

sensitive to the amount of transverse reinforcement at joint. If the factored shear force is bigger

than the shear strength then just increase the column size / increase the beam width.

The column dimension parallel to the beam reinforcement which is generate shear force at joint must not less than 20 x maximum diameter of longitudinal reinforcement of beam.

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3.6.4 A.

The detailing of reinforcement in the joint also very important because this area is the critical section during earthquake.

B.

Longitudinal Reinforcement

The longitudinal reinforcement of beam can be anchored to the column with standard 90o hook. There is small different with the original reinforced concrete design which is in the ldh.

FIGURE 3.13

STANDARD HOOK

TABLE 3.3 SI DEVELOPMENT LENGTH LDH

ldh

fy db 5 .4 f ' c

The development length Ldh must not less than 8db or 150 mm. For straight bar the development is taken as :

TABLE 3.4 DEVELOPMENT LENGTH LD CONDITION ld

Depth of concrete beneath the reinforcement 12 Depth of concrete beneath the reinforcement > 12

ld = 2.5ldh ld = 3.5ldh

The development length ld must not less than 2.5 ldh(depth of concrete below reinforcement is less

than 300mm), 3.5 ldh(depth of concrete below reinforcement is more than 300mm).

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