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precast beam reaction forces at 100 mm from the face of the column. The factored vertical

load to be carried is 250 kN. A horizontal force of 50 kN is assumed to develop to account for

creep and shrinkage deformations.

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ACI 318-02 Appendix A

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The concrete strength is 35 MPa (normal density), and the yield strength of reinforcement is

taken as 420 MPa.

Determine the Bearing Plate Dimensions:

Choose a 300 mm

is less than the bearing stress limit, i.e.

Since this

the

Choose the Corbel Dimensions:

Choose an overall corbel depth at column face of 450 mm. The ACI Code requires that the

depth at the outside of the bearing area is at least one-half of the depth at the column face.

Therefore, select a depth of 225 mm at the free end of the corbel. Figure 1 summarizes the

selected dimensions for the corbel.

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Determine the Strut-and-Tie Model:

The vertical load is assumed to be located 25 mm toward the edge of the corbel from the

center of bearing plate to allow for load eccentricities and erection tolerances. Thus, the

position of vertical load is 25 + 100 = 125 mm from the face of column.

The geometry of the assumed truss is given in Figure 2. The center of tie CB is assumed to be

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located 50 mm from the top of the corbel. Thus, d = 450 50 = 400 mm. The horizontal tie DA

is assumed to lie on the horizontal line passing through the sloping end of the corbel.

The location of strut DD centerline is found by calculating the strut width a. The required

compressive force in strut DD, NDD, can be found by taking moments about Node A as

follows:

we have

Solving these two equations gives

and

This fixes the geometry of the truss and means that member CD has a horizontal projection of

10 + 125 + 79/2 = 175 mm while member BC has a horizontal projection of 300 - 79/2 = 260

mm.

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Determine the Required Truss Forces by Statics:

The required forces in the other important members of the truss are given in the following

table. Note that positive indicates tension, negative compression.

Member

Force (kN)

CD

-273

CB

+159

BD

-292

BA

+245

DA

+50

DD'

-495

The area of reinforcement required for tie CB is

As shown in the above table, tie BA has a larger tension than tie CB. However, this tie force

should be resisted by column longitudinal reinforcement. Therefore, continue the 4 No. 13 mm

bars down the column just to have a sufficient development length.

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Choose 2 No. 10 mm additional column ties at location DA,

Design the Nodal Zones and Check the Anchorages:

The width a of nodal zone D was chosen to satisfy the stress limits on the nodal zone.

To anchor tie CB, the horizontal loop is used. The detail is shown in Figure 4. To satisfy the

nodal zone stress limit, the tie reinforcement must engage an effective depth of concrete at

least equal to:

This limit is easily satisfied since the nodal zone available is 100 mm.

Since this is

less than the available length, i.e. 50 + 150 (25 + 10) = 165 mm, the anchorage length is

adequate.

Check the Struts:

The struts will be checked by computing the strut widths and checked whether they will fit in

the space available.

The stresses in the diagonal struts CD and BD is limited to

Hence, the required widths for struts

CD and BD are

and

respectively.

Choose 50 mm width for both struts CD and BD. The required width for strut DD is equal to

a, i.e. 79 mm.

As shown in Figure 3, all the strut widths fit into the outline of the corbel region. Thus, this

solution is accepted. Figure 3 also shows a summary of the stress demand for each strut and its

corresponding stress limit (in brackets).

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Calculate the Minimum Reinforcement Required for Crack Control:

According Appendix A, the minimum reinforcement provided must satisfy

to be able to take

as 0.75 for the diagonal struts, and the minimum

spacing for the vertical reinforcement is the smallest of 300 mm or d/2.

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In addition, the code requires closed stirrups or ties parallel to the reinforcement required for

tie CB to be uniformly distributed with 2/3 of the effective depth adjacent to tie CB, i.e. 2/3

(400) = 267 mm; use 275 mm. The area of these ties must exceed

, where

is

the area of reinforcement resisting the tensile force

Hence, the minimum area required is

Since this amount of reinforcement satisfies both requirements, provide 3 No. 10 closed

stirrups distributed over a depth of 275 mm from tie CB with a concrete cover of 25 mm.

Summary of the Design:

The reinforcement details for the corbel designed using the strut-and-tie model according to

Appendix A are shown in Figure 4.

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