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BY

GUIDE
M.BHARGAV
Dr .T .Chandrasekhar rao
Y17MTSE405
 Regarding shear failure in self compacting concrete ,
most of the journals and papers focus on.

 Here we are going to focus on the variation of shear


failure in scc from confined reinforcement to un-
confined reinforcement.
 Experimental study has been carried to study the
variation of shear failure modes in reinforced concrete
beams.
 A total of about 18 beams were casted, of them 6 beams
are casted with minimum spacing of stirrups
 6 beams are casted with maximum spacing of stirrups
 6 beams are casted with varying shear span to depth
ratio from 0-5 to 3 (i.e 0.5, 1.0,1.5,2.0,2.5,3.0),which
were tested under two point loading configuration until
shear failure occur.
 All the beams were intentionally over-reinforced from
(1.45 to 2.72) in the shear span to depth ratios (1,2,3)
 Minimum and maximum spacing of stirrups are
calculated from is 456-2000
 Confined reinforcement are taken from the is 13920-
1993
 Finally after 28 days of curing, the scc beams were
evaluated based on the results of crack pattern,
deflection, shear cracking load, ultimate shear
resistance and failure mode
 Self-compacting concrete (SCC) is a flowing concrete
that does not require vibration.

 It uses superplasticisers and stabilisers to significantly


increase the ease and rate of flow.

 It achieves compaction into every part of the mould or


formwork simply by means of its own weight without
any segregation of the coarse aggregate.
 Health and safety benefits (as no vibration is required).
 Faster construction times.
 Increased workability and ease of flow around heavy
reinforcement.
 Excellent durability.
 Cement = 346.7kg
 Sand = 835.6 kg
 Coarse aggregate= 800 kg (10 mm)
 G.G.BS =210.4 KG
 Super plasticizer = 2.8lit (Poly carboxylate ether)
 Water = 190 lit

Ratio for M30 grade scc is 1:1.49:1.43:0.34


 V-Funnel
 Slump flow

On testing the scc we get 9.5 sec for v-funnel test and
628.77mm for slump flow test
 shear failure occurs near supports.

 When the shear stress on an object exceeds the


maximum permissible shear stress, then the object
undergoes a failure known as shear failure.

 Shear failure can be easily determined by checking out


the excessive deflection or development of cracks,
which gives an advance warning about the probable
occurrence of shear failure.
 Since concrete is weak in tension, shear force creates
tensile stress at 45-degrees angle.

 Concrete beam that fails in shear will fail roughly at


45-degrees angle to the center-line of the beam.

 If shear force exceeds strength of concrete, we need to


add steel stirrups to provide shear reinforcement
 Compressive strength of cubes after 28 days
is 36.69 n/mm ²

 split tensile of cylinders after 28 days is yet


to obtain.
The dimensions of the beam are as follows:
Length of the beam=1.5m
Width of the beam =0.15m
Depth of the beam =0.225m

After calculating all the required no.of main


bars and stirrups the beams are designed as
follows
 Okamura, H., “Self-Compacting High-Performance
Concrete,” Concrete International, American Concrete
International, Farmington Hills, MI, V. 19, No. 7, July 1997,
pp. 50-54.
 . Okamura, H., and Ozawa, K., “Mix Design for Self-
Compacting Concrete ” Concrete Library of JSCE, 25,
1995, pp. 107-120.
 Okamura, H., and Ouchi, M., “Self-Compacting Concrete:
Development, Present Use and Future in Self Compacting
Concrete,” Proceedings of the First International RILEM
Symposium, RILEM Publications, Cachan Cedex, France,
1999, pp. 3-14.
Thank you
STUDY OF SHEAR BEHAVIOUR

NORMAL CONCRETE

S.C.C
TWO DIFFERENT PARAMETERS
FOR STUDY OF SHEAR BEHAVIOUR

WITHOUT STIRRUPS

WITH STIRRUPS
LOAD VS DEFLECTION CURVE IN CONFINED REINFORCEMENT
250

200

150
LOAD(KN)

a/d=1

a/d=2
100
a/d=3

50

0
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18

DEFLECTION(MM)
LOAD VS DEFLECTION CURVE IN 300 mm spacing

180

160

140

120
LOAD(KN)

100

a/d=1
80
a/d=2
60 a/d=3

40

20

0
0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18

DEFLECTION(MM)
LOAD VS DEFLECTION CURVE IN 140 MM SPACING

300

250

200
LOAD(KN)

150 a/d=1

a/d=2
100
a/d=3

50

0
0 2 4 6 8 10 12

DEFLECTION(MM