Out-of-Plane Shear Strength of Steel-Plate-Reinforced Concrete Walls Dependent on Bond Behavior
Sung-Gul Hong*1, Wonki Kim*2, Kyung-Jin Lee*3,
Namhee Kim Hong*4, and Dong-Hun Lee*5
*1Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering, Seoul National University, 599 Gwanakro, Gwanakgu, Seoul 151-744, Korea
*2Department of Architectural Engineering, Hoseo University, Baebangeup, Asanshi, Choongnam, Korea
*3Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI), 65 Munji-Ro, Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon 305-760, Korea
*4Department of Cvil Engineering, Seoul National University, S599 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-744, Korea
*5CHANG MINWOO Structural Consultants, 605-8, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul 135-080, Korea
This paper investigates the out-of-plane shear behavior of composite steel-plate-reinforced concrete walls (SC walls) and proposes their shear-strength-models based on plasticity theory limit analysis. For speedy, modular construction, SC walls are fabricated using double-skin steel plates with welded shear studs and sandwiching concrete between them. A review of current design formulas provides better understanding of bond-stress-dependent shear behavior relying on studs of SC walls. We conducted experiments on bondstrength-dependent arch and/or truss action to verify proposed shear-strength models with test results. Test results, including those from literature, agreed well with the strength anticipated by proposed formulas.
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