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Precast Concrete Structures


Precast Concrete Structures


Beton-Kalender Series 2. Aufl.

from: Alfred Steinle, Hubert Bachmann, Mathias Tillmann

70,99 €

Publisher: Ernst & Sohn
Format PDF
Published: 28.01.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9783433609033
Language: englisch
Number of pages: 272

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Building with precast concrete elements is one of the most innovative forms of construction. This book serves as an introduction to this topic, including examples, and thus supplies all the information necessary for conceptual and detailed design.
Introduction 1 References 16 1 General 17 1.1 The Advantages of Factory Production 17 1.2 Historical Development 19 1.3 European Standardisation 21 References 29 2 Design of Precast Concrete Structures 31 2.1 General 31 2.2 Tolerances and Calculations for Fit 35 2.2.1 General 35 2.2.2 Tolerance Standards 36 2.2.3 Calculations for Fit 40 2.3 Production 42 2.4 Transport and Erection 46 2.4.1 General 46 2.4.2 Transport 48 2.4.3 Erection 51 2.5 Sustainability 53 2.6 Design Examples 54 References 57 3 Stability of Precast Concrete Structures 59 3.1 General 59 3.2 Loads on Stability Components 59 3.2.1 General 59 3.2.2 Wind Load Case 60 3.2.3 Out-of-Plumb Load Case 63 3.2.4 Seismic Load Case 64 3.2.5 Restraint Load Case (Shrinkage and Temperature) 69 3.3 Shear Walls for Stability 70 3.3.1 Typical Stability Elements 70 3.3.2 Arrangement of Stability Elements 74 3.4 Distribution of Horizontal Loads 80 3.4.1 General Procedure 80 3.4.2 Equations for Rough Preliminary Design 81 3.5 Analysis of Stability Components 84 3.6 Construction Details 86 3.6.1 Floor Diaphragms 86 3.6.2 Shear Walls 86 References 88 4 Precast Concrete Elements 91 4.1 General 91 4.2 Floor and Roof Elements 91 4.2.1 General 91 4.2.2 Solid Slabs 91 4.2.3 Hollow-Core Slabs 91 4.2.4 Precast Floor Plates With In Situ Concrete Topping 95 4.2.5 Ribbed Elements 98 4.2.6 Other Floor Systems 100 4.3 Beams 101 4.3.1 Purlins, Frame Beams, Downstand Beams 101 4.3.2 Roof Beams 101 4.4 Columns 103 4.5 Walls 109 4.5.1 General 109 4.5.2 Precast Concrete Wall Elements 109 4.6 Foundations 111 4.6.1 General 111 4.6.2 Monolithic Foundations 111 4.6.3 Pocket and Pad Foundations 114 4.6.4 Other Types of Foundation 118 References 119 5 Connections for Precast Concrete Construction 123 5.1 General 123 5.2 Purlin Supports 124 5.3 Roof Beam Supports 125 5.4 Floor Slab Supports 126 5.4.1 Ribbed Elements 126 5.4.2 Prestressed Hollow-Core Slabs 128 5.5 Downstand Beam Supports 128 5.6 Wall Element Supports 130 5.7 Balcony Slabs 133 5.8 Stair Supports 134 5.9 Column/Foundation 135 References 137 6 Individual Design Issues 139 6.1 General 139 6.2 Partially Loaded Areas 139 6.3 Supports 140 6.3.1 General 140 6.3.2 Elastomeric Bearings 141 6.3.3 Technical Codes of Practice for Elastomeric Bearings 143 6.3.4 Design Methods for Elastomeric Bearings 144 6.3.5 Horizontal Forces 145 6.3.6 Sizing the Bearing 146 6.3.7 Design of and Details for Supports 147 6.4 Column Butt Joints 151 6.4.1 General 151 6.4.2 Column Butt Joints with Bed of Grout (Hard Support) 152 6.4.3 Column Butt Joints with Deformable Joint Materials 155 6.4.4 Rigid Joints 156 6.4.5 Column Joints with High-Strength Steel Reinforcement 156 6.5 Wall/Floor Connections 160 6.6 Shear Dowels 161 6.6.1 General 161 6.6.2 Large Edge Distances a|| ?8∅B or a? ?8∅B 163 6.6.3 Small Edge Distances a||
Alfred Steinle (1936-2017) turned the lecture notes of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Hahn, which dated from the early 1970s, into a manuscript that became the starting point for this book. After a number of years in bridge-building, Alfred Steinle also became heavily involved in precast concrete construction at Zublin. His theoretical work covered bridge-building with torsion and section deformations in box-girder bridges and in precast concrete structures within the scope of the 6M system with corbels, notched beam ends and pocket foundations. In addition, he was a key figure in many precast concrete projects such as the 6M schools, the University of Riyadh, schools with foamed concrete wall panels in Iraq, Zublin House and the construction of a modern automated precasting plant. Alfred Steinle retired in 1999 and by that time he had risen to the post of authorised signatory in the engineering office at Zublin's head office. Hubert Bachmann (b. 1959) began his career in a precasting plant in 1976 as an apprentice for concrete and precast concrete construction. After studying structural engineering and completing his doctorate at the University of Karlsruhe, he accepted a post in the structural engineering office of Ed. Zublin AG in Stuttgart in 1993, where he has worked ever since. His duties have included the detailed design of structures of all kinds plus research and development in the civil and structural engineering sectors. He has been presenting the series of Hahn lectures on precast concrete structures at the University of Stuttgart since 2003. Mathias Tillmann (b. 1970) has been an engineering and standards consultant at Fachvereinigung Deutscher Betonfertigteilbau e.V. (FDB) since 2007 and technical director since 2008. He specialised in structural engineering during his studies at RWTH Aachen University. After attaining his diploma, he worked as a project engineer, structural engineer and designer. Mathias Tillmann has written numerous brochures, advisory documents and specialist articles on the subject of precast concrete. The authors are involved in the technical committees of construction industry associations and in national and international standards committees.

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