# Shear strength analysis and prediction of reinforced concrete transfer beams in high-rise buildings

@inproceedings{Londhe2010ShearSA, title={Shear strength analysis and prediction of reinforced concrete transfer beams in high-rise buildings}, author={Rajkumar Londhe}, year={2010} }

- Published 2010

Results of an experimental investigation on the behavior and ultimate shear capacity of 27 reinforced concrete Transfer (deep) beams are summarized. The main variables were percent longitudinal (tension) steel (0.28 to 0.60%), percent horizontal web steel (0.60 to 2.40%), percent vertical steel (0.50 to 2.25%), percent orthogonal web steel, shear span-to-depth ratio (1.10 to 3.20) and cube concrete compressive strength (32 MPa to 48 MPa).The span of the beam has been kept constant at 1000 mm… CONTINUE READING

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