Compatibility Strut-and-Tie Modeling: Part I—Formulation

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2014

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  • In addition to the normal strut-and-tie force equilibrium requirements, the proposed compatibility-based strut-and-tie model accounts for nonlinear behavior using nonlinear constitutive relations for cracked reinforced concrete
  • Particular emphasis is placed on investigating the behavior of deep cantilevered beams to provide insight into the progression of nonlinear response leading to the ultimate shear failure
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