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1 Project information

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Client address: RM VALCEA

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Company designer: TARAS PAUL

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2 System drawings

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3 System description

3.1 Column section

Concrete material: C25/30

Section height: h = 50 cm

Section width: b = 50 cm

Concrete cover: c = 3.5 cm

Corner bars: cb = 2.5 cm

Main stirrups: ms = 1 cm

Stirrup spacing: s = 10 cm

Additional vertical stirrups: as,v = 0.8 cm

Offset of additional vertical corner bars: aas,v = 12.5 cm

Additional horizontal stirrups: as,h = 0.8 cm

Offset of additional horizontal corner bars: aas,h = 12.5 cm

Profile material: S355 (ArcelorMittal)

Profile: HE 240 A

Orientation of profile: Vertical

Concrete material: C25/30

Rebar material: S500 (ArcelorMittal)

Beam width of beam above: bbeam,above = 50 cm

Side concrete cover of beam above: cbeam,above = 3.5 cm

Lower reinforcement area of beam above: As,beam,lower,above = 320 cm

Bay lenght: Lbay = 5m

3.4 Loading

Design normal force in column: NEd = 12 kN

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to gravity loads as they are considered in the seismic load

combination.

(See help document "General technical background of the software")

This behaviour factor leads to DCM

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4 Common parameters

4.1 Concrete

Characteristic compressive strength of concrete fck = 25 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 Table 3-1

Partial factor for concrete gc = 1.5

EN 1998-1 5.2.4 + EN 1992-1-1 2.4.2.4 (1)

Long term behaviour reduction factor acc = 1

EN 1992-1-1 3.1.6 (1)

Design compressive strength of concrete fcd = 16.7 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 3.1.6 (1)

Secant modulus of elasticity of concrete Ecm = 3.1E+04 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 Table 3-1

Confinement factor rconf = 1.5

Inerd Reference document 3

Design value of confined concrete compressive strength fcc = 25 N/mm

Characteristic yield strength of reinforcement fyk,s = 500 N/mm

Partial factor for reinforcing steel gs = 1.15

EN 1998-1 5.2.4 + EN 1992-1-1 2.4.2.4 (1)

Design yield strength of longitudinal reinforcement fyd,L = 435 N/mm

Design yield strength of transverse reinforcement fywd = 400 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Modulus of elasticity of reinforcing steel Es = 2E+05 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 3.2.7 (4)

Characteristic yield strength of steel profile fyk,p = 355 N/mm

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Partial factor for steel profile gM = 1

EN 1998-1 6.13 + EN 1993-1-1 6.1 (1)

Design yield strength of steel profile fyd,p = 355 N/mm

Modulus of elasticity of steel profile Ep = 2.1E+05 N/mm

EN 1993-1-1 3.2.6

Characteristic compressive strength of concrete fck,b = 25 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 Table 3-1

Design compressive strength of concrete fcd,b = 16.7 N/mm

EN 1992-1-1 3.1.6 (1)

Design value of confined concrete compressive strength fcc,b = 25 N/mm

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Characteristic yield strength of reinforcement fyk,s,b = 500 N/mm

Design yield strength of longitudinal reinforcement fyd,L,b = 435 N/mm

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[Warning] Data check failed: Profile distance to additional stirrups

Concrete of a class lower than C16/20 shall not be used in primary seismic elements for DCM.

Characteristic compressive strength of concrete fck = 25 N/mm

Minimum concrete class (DCM) fck fck,min

EN 1998-1 5.4.1.1 (1) Check OK

The total amount of longitudinal reinforcement should not be less than As,min. The recommended value of

As,min is equal to Max(0.1 NEd/fyd , 0.002 Ac), where NEd is the design axial compression force, fyd is the

design yield strength of the reinforcement and Ac is the concrete cross section area of the column.

Minimum area of reinforcement in section As,min = 5 cm

Total area of reinforcement in section As,tot = 35.7 cm

Minimum longitudinal reinforcement As,tot As,min

EN 1992-1-1 9.5.2 (2) Check OK

The total longitudinal reinforcement ratio shall be not less than 0.01 and not more than 0.04.

Reinforcement ratio rL = 0.01429

Reinforcement ratio rL in [0.01;0.04]

EN 1992-1-1 9.5.2 (3) + EN 1998-1 5.4.3.2.2 (1) Check OK

Within the critical regions of primary seismic columns, hoops and cross-ties configuration should be such

that local buckling of longitudinal bars is prevented. For DCM, this implies that the distance between

consecutive longitudinal bars engaged by hoops or cross-ties does not exceed 200 mm.

In case of problems in fulfilling this condition due to the presence of the INERD embedded profile, technical

solutions are proposed in Reference Document 5 'Practical design of transverse reinforcement'.

Spacing of restrained bars (DCM) dh/v < dmax

EN 1998-1 5.4.3.2.2 (11b) Check OK

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The clear distance (horizontal and vertical) between individual parallel bars or horizontal layers of parallel

bars should be not less than Max(1b, 2b, 20 mm) where 1b and 2b are the diameter of the bars into

consideration

EN 1992-1-1 8.2 (2) Check OK

The diameter of corner bars for additional horizontal or vertical stirrups must be lower or equal to the

diameter of the main corner bars

Diameter of corner bars of additional stirrups cb,v/h cb

INERD - Reference document 7 Check OK

Within the critical regions of primary seismic columns, hoops and cross-ties configuration should be such

that local buckling of longitudinal bars is prevented. For DCM, this implies that the spacing of the hoops is

at least equal to Min(0.5 b, 0.5 h, 175 mm, 8 b,min) where b,min is the minimum diameter of the longitudinal

rebars, and b and h are the dimensions of column.

Maximum spacing of stirrups scrit,max = 12.8 cm

Stirrups spacing (DCM) s scrit,max

EN 1998-1-5.4.3.2.2 (11a) Check OK

The diameter of the stirrups transverse reinforcement should not be less than Max(6 mm, 0.25 b,max),

where b,max is the maximum diameter of longitudinal rebars.

Minimum diameter of stirrups s,min = 0.625 cm

Stirrups diameter (DCL or DCM) s s,min

EN 1992-1-1 9.5.3 (1) Check OK

The diameter of additional horizontal or vertical stirrups reinforcement should be lower or equal to the

diameter of the main stirrup.

Additional stirrups diameter as,v/h ms

INERD - Reference document 7 Check OK

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The clear distance between the web or the lateral sides of the flanges of the steel profile and the

longitudinal and transverse bars should be not less than 5 mm (in the direction perpendicular to the web

height).

Profile distance to longitudinal bars dp,L = 6 cm

Profile distance to longitudinal bars dp,L dp,L,min

INERD - Reference document 7 Check OK

The clear distance between the flange of the profile and the main stirrup should be not less than Max(b,max

+ 5 mm, 20 mm) (in the direction perpendicular to the flange width).

Minimum profile distance to main stirrup dp,ms,min = 3 cm

Profile distance to main stirrup dp,ms = 9 cm

Profile distance to main stirrup dp,ms dp,ms,min

INERD - Reference document 7 Check OK

The clear distance between the flange of the profile and the additional horizontal or vertical stirrups should

be not less than 5 mm.

Profile distance to additional verical stirrups dp,as,v = -4.45 cm

Profile distance to additional horizontal stirrups dp,as,h = -3.95 cm

Profile distance to additional stirrups dp,as,v/h dp,as,min

INERD - Reference document 7 Failed

The clear distance between the profile and the stirrups anchorage (with 135 hooks and extension of length

equal to 10 s, where s is the diameter of the stirrups) should be not less than 5 mm.

In case of problems in fulfilling this condition, technical solutions are proposed in Reference Document 5

'Practical design of transverse reinforcement'.

Anchorage length of additional verical stirrups Ls,v,anch = 8 cm

Anchorage length of additional horizontal stirrups Ls,h,anch = 8 cm

Minimum profile distance to stirrup anchorage dp,sa,min = 0.5 cm

Profile distance to stirrup anchorage (DCM or DCH) dp,sa dp,sa,min

EN 1998-1 5.6.1 (2) + INERD - Reference document 7 Check OK

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6 Calculation results

6.1 Concrete section properties

6.1.1 Compression resistance

Concrete area Ac = 2.5E+03 cm

Rebar area As,tot = 35.7 cm

(816+425)

Maximum concrete strain ec2 = 0.002

Concrete stress at ec2 sc = 16.7 N/mm

Rebar stress at ec2 ss = 400 N/mm

Compression resistance of concrete section NRd,c = 5.54E+03 kN

Area of the rebar layers As = 35.7 cm

(816+425)

Strain at top of section etop = 0.0035

Strain at bottom of section ebottom = -0.01626

Ultimate curvature c = 0.0395 1/m

Inner lever-arm z = 32.9 cm

Effective depth d = 37.3 cm

Centroid concrete force depth a = 4.4 cm

Neutral axis depth x = 8.86 cm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(all rebars are taken into account) My,Rd,c = 313 kNm

Area of the rebar layers As = 35.7 cm

(816+425)

Strain at top of section etop = 0.0035

Strain at bottom of section ebottom = -0.01626

Ultimate curvature c = 0.0395 1/m

Inner lever-arm z = 32.9 cm

Effective depth d = 37.3 cm

Centroid concrete force depth a = 4.4 cm

Neutral axis depth x = 8.86 cm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(all rebars are taken into account) Mz,Rd,c = 313 kNm

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Area of the rebar layers As = 13.8 cm

(216+225)

Strain at top of section etop = 0.0035

Strain at bottom of section ebottom = -0.01613

Ultimate curvature c = 0.0393 1/m

Inner lever-arm z = 40.7 cm

Effective depth d = 44.4 cm

Centroid concrete force depth a = 3.71 cm

Neutral axis depth x = 8.92 cm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(only the upper layer on tensile rebars is considered) My,Rd,c,ref = 245 kNm

Stress state coefficient in concrete acw = 1

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Strength reduction factor of concrete n1 = 0.6

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Actual area of shear reinforcements Asw,actual = 2.58 cm

(210+28)

Maximum effective stirrup area Asw,max = 6.25 cm

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Stirrup area Asw = 2.58 cm

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

The inner lever-arm corresponds to My,Rd,c,ref zy,ref = 40.7 cm

Compression strut angle q = 0.7854

Shear resistance (yielding of reinforcement) VRd,s,ref = 419 kN

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Shear resistance (crushing of compression strut) VRd,max,ref = 1.02E+03 kN

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Shear resistance of concrete section Vz,Rd,c,ref = 419 kN

EN 1992-1-1 6.2.3 (3)

Second moment of inertia of rebars Is = 1.08E+04 cm4

(816+425)

Second moment of inertia of concrete Ic = 5.1E+05 cm4

Bending stiffness of concrete section EIc = 9.053E+04 kNm

EN 1998-1-1 7.7.2 (4)

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6.2.1 Compression resistance

Area of section Ap = 76.8 cm

Compression resistance of steel profile NRd,p = 2.73E+03 kN

EN 1993-1-1 6.2.4 (2)

Plastic section modulus Wpl,p = 745 cm

Bending resistance of steel profile MRd,p = 264 kNm

EN 1993-1-1 6.2.5 (2)

Shear area Av = 25.2 cm

Shear resistance of steel profile VRd,p = 516 kN

EN 1993-1-1 6.2.6 (2)

6.3.1 Bending resistance (My,Rd,comp)

Area of the rebar layers As = 35.7 cm

(816+425)

Strain at top of section etop = 0.0035

Strain at bottom of section ebottom = -0.01626

Ultimate curvature c = 0.0395 1/m

Inner lever-arm z = 32.9 cm

Effective depth d = 37.3 cm

Centroid concrete force depth a = 4.4 cm

Neutral axis depth x = 8.86 cm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(without profile/all rebars are taken into account) My,Rd,c,red = 313 kNm

Bending resistance of steel profile

(at curvature of reinforced concrete section) My,Rd,steel,red = 250 kNm

Bending resistance of composite section My,Rd,comp = 562 kNm

Area of the rebar layers As = 35.7 cm

(816+425)

Strain at top of section etop = 0.0035

Strain at bottom of section ebottom = -0.01626

Ultimate curvature c = 0.0395 1/m

Inner lever-arm z = 32.9 cm

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Centroid concrete force depth a = 4.4 cm

Neutral axis depth x = 8.86 cm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(without profile/all rebars are taken into account) Mz,Rd,c,red = 313 kNm

Bending resistance of steel profile

(at curvature of reinforced concrete section) Mz,Rd,steel,red = 118 kNm

Bending resistance of composite section Mz,Rd,comp = 430 kNm

Second moment of inertia of rebars Is = 1.08E+04 cm4

(816+425)

Second moment of inertia of steel profile Ip = 7.76E+03 cm4

Second moment of inertia of concrete Ic = 5.02E+05 cm4

Bending stiffness of composite section EIcomp = 1.041E+05 kNm

EN 1998-1-1 7.7.2 (4)

6.4.1 Condition 1

Design normal force in column: NEd = 12 kN

Compression resistance of steel profile NRd,p = 2.73E+03 kN

EN 1993-1-1 6.2.4 (2)

Utilisation factor condition 1 uCI1 = 0.004399 1.0

NEd / NRd,s Check OK

6.4.2 Condition 2

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(only the upper layer on tensile rebars is considered) My,Rd,c,ref = 245 kNm

Bending resistance of steel profile MRd,p = 264 kNm

Shear resistance of concrete section Vz,Rd,c,ref = 419 kN

Shear resistance of steel profile VRd,p = 516 kN

Behaviour factor: q = 3.6

Utilisation factor condition 2 (M) uCI2,M = 0.9257 1.0

Min(q, 3.6) / 3.6 x My,Rd,c,ref / MRd,p Check OK

Utilisation factor condition 2 (V) uCI2,V = 0.8121 1.0

Vz,Rd,c,ref / VRd,p Check OK

6.4.3 Condition 3

Bending stiffness of concrete section EIc = 9.053E+04 kNm

Bending stiffness of composite section EIcomp = 1.041E+05 kNm

Ratio condition 3 uCI3 = 0.1501 0.3

(EIcomp - EIc) / EIc Check OK

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6.4.4 Condition 4

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(all rebars are taken into account) My,Rd,c = 313 kNm

Bending resistance of reinforced concrete section

(all rebars are taken into account) Mz,Rd,c = 313 kNm

Bending resistance of composite section My,Rd,comp = 562 kNm

Bending resistance of composite section Mz,Rd,comp = 430 kNm

Ratio condition 4 uCI4 = 1.307 in [0.5,2.0]

(My,Rd,comp / My,Rd,c) / (Mz,Rd,comp / Mz,Rd,c) Check OK

6.5.1 Acting Forces

Anchorage length of the profile Lanch,profile = 96 cm

Effective length of the anchorage Le = 146 cm

Maximum shear in profile Hmax = 176 kN

Reaction force of the anchorage in the beam-column node zone H1 = 448 kN

Reaction force of the anchorage in the column H2 = 272 kN

Inclination of the compression strut a = 31

Vertical reaction of the infill Vinfill = 106 kN

Horizontal reaction of the infill Hinfill = 176 kN

Contact force on the profile Ncontact = 70.5 kN

Force in the upper bars of the beam Nbars,beam,upper = 106 kN

Force in the upper bars of the beam Ninfill = 106 kN

Force in the lower bars of the beam Nbars,beam,lower = 35.2 kN

Force in the bars of the column Nbars,column = 106 kN

Utilisation factor for concrete crushing in the node unode = 0.1534 1.0

3 * H1 / (bsteelprofile * Le * fcc) 1.0 Check OK

Utilisation factor for shear in the column ucolumn = 0.2414 1.0

H2 / (0.27 * bsteelprofile * hsteelprofile * Le * fcd) 1.0 Check OK

Thickness of the compression strut tstrut = 43 cm

Width of the compression strut bstrut = 25.8 cm

Resistance of the compression strut NRd,strut = 1.66E+03 kN

Utilisation factor for compression strut ustrut = 0.08983 1.0

Nstrut / NRd,strut 1.0 Check OK

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Height of the contact zone hcontact = 36.5 cm

Width of the contact zone bcontact = 24 cm

Resistance of the contact zone NRd,contact = 2.19E+03 kN

Utilisation factor for the resistance of the contact zone ucontact = 0.03219 1.0

Ncontact / NRd,contact 1.0 Check OK

Area of upper reinforcement in beam As,beam,upper = 252 cm

Resistance of upper reinforcement in beam NRd,bars,beam,upper = 1.1E+04 kN

Utilisation factor for resistance of upper reinforcement in beam ubars_beam_upper = 0.009651 1.0

Nbars,beam,upper / NRd,bars,beam,upper 1.0 Check OK

Area of lower reinforcement in beam As,beam,lower = 320 cm

Resistance of lower reinforcement in beam NRd,bars,beam,lower = 1.39E+04 kN

Utilisation factor for resistance of lower reinforcement in beam ubars_beam_lower = 0.002533 1.0

Nbars,beam,lower / NRd,bars,beam,lower 1.0 Check OK

Area of tension reinforcement in column As,column = 13.8 cm

(216+225)

Resistance of tension reinforcement in column NRd,bars,column = 602 kN

Utilisation factor for resistance of reinforcement in column ubars_column = 0.1757 1.0

Nbars,column / NRd,bars,column 1.0 Check OK

6.6.1 Anchorage length of the profile

The profile should be anchored with a length at least equal to Lanch,profile

INERD - Reference document 3

The length of the anchorage zone of the profile, in which the spacing of stirrups should be adapted, is at

least equal to Lanch,zone

EN 1998-1 5.4.3.2.2 (4) + INERD - Reference document 3

The spacing of stirrups in the anchorage zone should be not more than smax,anch

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EN 1998-1-5.4.3.2.2 (11a) + INERD - Reference document 3

The thickness of the profile end-plate should be not less than tp

INERD - Reference document 6

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