Influence of Effective Depth on Shear Strength of Concrete Beams - Experimental Study

Citation data:

ACI Structural Journal, Issue: 5, Page: 554-562

Publication Year:
2010
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Repository URL:
http://scholarsmine.mst.edu/civarc_enveng_facwork/410
Author(s):
Sneed, Lesley; Ramirez, Julio A.
Publisher(s):
American Concrete Institute (ACI)
Tags:
Arch Action; Beam Size; Beam Widths; Concrete Compressive Strength; Cracking; Effective Depth; Experimental Research; Experimental Studies; Flexural Cracking; Flexural Cracks; Flexural Member; Laboratory Test; Load Displacements; Longitudinal Reinforcement; Reinforced Concrete Beams; Shear Reinforcement; Shear Span; Shear Strength Tests; Shear Transfer; Shear Transfer Mechanism; Simply Supported; Size Effects; Strength of Concrete; Test Results; Web Reinforcement; Compressive Strength; Concrete Beams and Girders; Concrete Buildings; Concrete Reinforcements; Cracking (Chemical); Cracks; Reinforced Concrete; Testing; Shear Strength; Arch Action; Beam Size; Beam Widths; Concrete Compressive Strength; Cracking; Effective Depth; Experimental Research; Experimental Studies; Flexural Cracking; Flexural Cracks; Flexural Member; Laboratory Test; Load Displacements; Longitudinal Reinforcement; Reinforced Concrete Beams; Shear Reinforcement; Shear Span; Shear Strength Tests; Shear Transfer; Shear Transfer Mechanism; Simply Supported; Size Effects; Strength of Concrete; Test Results; Web Reinforcement; Compressive Strength; Concrete Beams and Girders; Concrete Buildings; Concrete Reinforcements; Cracking (Chemical); Cracks; Reinforced Concrete; Testing; Shear Strength; Engineering; Materials Science and Engineering; Structural Materials
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By Lesley Sneed and Julio A. Ramirez, Published on 01/01/10