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Solved Loss of Prestress Example

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Full worked solution to a a loss of Pre-stress Example in Advanced concrete structures.

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Each tendon contains eighteen 7 wire compacted strand and the diameter of each strand is 18 mm. The initial prestress induced in the strands is 75% of the breaking strength of strands. Assuming that the prestressing tendons have been placed in zinc coated flat metal ducts, determine the effective prestressing force at mid-span section is each tendon after 30 years. The beam is part of a parking and it is subjected to its self-weight and a uniform distributed imposed action (Live load) of Q= 20 kN/m. Figure-1 Use the following assumptions and material properties in your calculations. Final autogenous shrinkage strain Parabolic Centroidal axis e c = 640 mm tensioned bars 30000 mm 1200 mm x Prestressing duct for tendon ε * cse = 1070 × - 6 , final drying shrinkage strain ε * csd = 10430 × - 6 , final creep coefficient φ * cc = 6.1 and concr...
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