Fib model code for concrete structures (eBook, ) [donkeytime.org]Model Code 2. Final draft, Volume 1. Title: Model Code 2. Category: Model Code. Year: 2. Format approx.
fib MC2010 - Design rules for FRC and applications
Fib model code for concrete structures 2010
For reinforced concrete structures, as beams, slabs or walls, failure under bending is well known and its description and design is relatively internationally agreed. However for the shear failure phenomenon, there is not yet a common agreement at the international level, no consensus is reached on the subject at this time. Many parameters are involved in the shear resistance mechanism and many phenomena coexist. The shear force transfer mechanisms are sometimes complex and difficult to discern. By analyzing the different shear design codes, some shear parameters are taken into account and ignored by others, which makes that a shear effect may be omitted. In addition, different ways are adopted to take into account the different shear parameters.
In some cases, such as punching in ULS where specific fracture determines behavior, models may be affected by greater uncertainty, which can be explained by adding a specific factor in the verification formulas. - If you do not receive an email within 10 minutes, your email address may not be registered, and you may need to create a new Wiley Online Library account. If the address matches an existing account you will receive an email with instructions to retrieve your username.
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