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Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire – Part I ...

The fire-safe structural design and construction of unbonded post-tensioned (UPT) flat plate concrete structures has recently come under debate in the UK, and

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(PDF) Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire ...

Reference: Gales, J., Bisby, L.A., and Gillie, M (2011) Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire - Part II – Modelling Tendon Response and the Co nsequences

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Unbonded post tensioned concrete in fire: A review of data ...

May 01, 2011  E. Ellobody, C.G. Bailey, Testing and modelling of bonded and unbonded post-tensioned concrete slabs in fire, in: Proceedings from the Fifth International

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Unbonded post-tensioned concrete structures in fire

The resulting structures are called posttensioned (PT) concrete. Post-tensioned concrete slabs are widely believed to benefit from ‘inherent fire endurance.’

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Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire - Part I ...

/ Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire - Part I - Experimental Response of Unbonded Tendons under Transient Localized Heating. In: Journal of

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Modelling of Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete Slabs Under ...

Fire Post-tensioned concrete slabs Structural design Tendon Unbonded abstract This paper investigates the structural behaviour of unbonded

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FIRE RESISTANCE OF POST-TENSIONED STRUCTURES

concrete slabs and beams prestressed by post-tensioning. In addition, results of tendon-anchor assembly tests performed at high temperatures were analyzed.

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PDH Post-Tensioned Concrete Design - StructurePoint

Dec 19, 2006  The post-tensioning system The most common post-tensioning system for two-way slab building construction uses mono-strand unbonded tendons. In this type of

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Unbonded post tensioned concrete in fire: A review of data ...

May 01, 2011  E. Ellobody, C.G. Bailey, Testing and modelling of bonded and unbonded post-tensioned concrete slabs in fire, in: Proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on Structures in Fire, Singapore (2008) 392–405.

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POST-FIRE ASSESSMENT OF UNBONDED POST-TENSIONED

The satisfactory fire performance of unbonded post-tensioned concrete slabs in North America was established by a series of standard fire tests performed in the United States during the 1960s. However, there is a paucity of data on the effect of elevated temperatures on cold-drawn prestressing steel, both in terms of post-fire residual

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Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire - Part I ...

/ Unbonded Post Tensioned Concrete Slabs in Fire - Part I - Experimental Response of Unbonded Tendons under Transient Localized Heating. In: Journal of Structural Fire Engineering. 2011 ;

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Irrecoverable Prestress Loss in Unbonded Post-Tensioned ...

9 Maclean K.(2007) Post-fire assessment of unbonded p ost-tensioned concrete slabs: strand deterioration and prestress loss . M.Sc thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Queen’s

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Unbonded Post-Tensioning STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGIES

Unbonded Monostrand Post-Tensioning Systems Adaptable to a variety of structures, unbonded monostrand can be easily, rapidly, and economically installed. Applications for monostrand systems include elevated slabs, slab-on-grade, beams and transfer girders, joists, shear walls and

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Modelling of bonded and unbonded post-tensioned concrete ...

Jun 10, 2017  During their life span, post-tensioned concrete structures may be exposed to thermal loads. Therefore, there has been a growing interest in research on the advanced analysis and design of post-tensioned concrete slabs subjected to thermal loads. This paper investigates the structural behaviour of post-tensioned one-way spanning concrete slabs.

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Post-Tensioning Institute > Education > PT Applications ...

PTI DC20.7-01: Design, Construction and Maintenance of Cast-in-Place Post-Tensioned Concrete Parking Structures; PTI C30.1-03: Level 1 Unbonded PT Field Installation; PTI DC20.8-04: Design of Post-Tensioned Slabs Using Unbonded Tendons; PTI M10.4-07: Specification for Seven-Wire Prestressed Steel Strand for Barrier Cable Applications

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Flexural Behavior of Post-tensioned Lightweight Concrete ...

post-tensioned continuous lightweight concrete slabs. 2. Experimental Program 2.1 Specimens Six LWC one-way continuous slab specimens post-ten-sioned with unbonded tendons were prepared for flexural tests, as shown in Table 1. The nomenclature for each specimen is shown in Fig. 1. Each specimen had three supports with two spans.

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Post-Tensioning Institute > Education > Publications > PTI ...

K. Bondy, “Two Way Post-Tensioned Slabs with Bonded Tendons” K. Bondy, “The Tower, 3900 West Alameda Boulevard, Burbank, CA” July 2012 V8 – N1. T. Kang and Y. Huang, “Nonlinear Finite Element Analyses of Unbonded Post-Tensioned Slab-Column Connections” M. Iqbal, ”Design of Expansion Joints in Parking Structures”

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STRUCTURE magazine Post-Tensioned Concrete Encapsulation

Post-tensioned systems consist of a series of cables embedded within concrete slabs that, once stressed, support the loads imposed on the slabs (Figure 1).An unbonded system uses tendons placed within sheathing so that, after the concrete hardens, the tendons can move along the sheathing within the slab without bonding to the concrete.

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ARTICLE IN PRESS

Fire Post-tensioned concrete slabs Structural design Tendon Unbonded abstract This paper investigates the structural behaviour of unbonded post-tensioned one-way spanning concrete slabs in fire conditions. The slabs were simply supported and reinforced with 15.7mm nominal diameter seven-wire mono-strand tendons.

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Anisotropic Curvature and Damage of Unbonded Post ...

Dec 02, 2016  Two furnace tests, using two different fire exposures, on unbonded post-tensioned concrete slabs (1700 × 1200 mm) are reported. Local curvature is measured along two lines approximately in the middle of the slabs both parallel (longitudinal) and orthogonal (transverse) to the prestressing direction. More pronounced curvature in the transverse direction is accompanied by the

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Unbonded Post-Tensioning System - Post Tension Services ...

We provide Unbonded Post-Tensioning System which is a means of complementing strength of the concrete in compression and overcoming its weakness in resisting tension. Post-Tensioning System applies compressive force to the structure through stressing of high strength steel strand with specialized anchorage assemblies.

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423.3R-96 Recommendations for Concrete Members

Concrete cover for unbonded tendons should be detailed considering the factors discussed in Section 4.4. Guidance for the protection of tendons during storage, transit and in-stallation can be found in the Post-Tensioning Institute pub-lication “Field Procedures Manual for Unbonded

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POST-FIRE ASSESSMENT OF UNBONDED POST-TENSIONED

The satisfactory fire performance of unbonded post-tensioned concrete slabs in North America was established by a series of standard fire tests performed in the United States during the 1960s. However, there is a paucity of data on the effect of elevated temperatures on cold-drawn prestressing steel, both in terms of post-fire residual

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Unbonded post tensioned concrete slabs in fire - Part II ...

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IRRECOVERABLE PRESTRESS LOSS IN UNBONDED POST

IRRECOVERABLE PRESTRESS LOSS IN UNBONDED POST-TENSIONED CONCRETE SLABS IN FIRE John Gales1, Dr. Luke Bisby2 Dr. Colin MacDougall1 1Department of Civil Engineering, Queen’s University, CANADA 2Institute for Infrastructure and Environment, University of Edinburgh, UK ABSTRACT Unbonded post-tensioned (UPT) flat plate concrete slabs have seen widespread use

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Fire tests on unbonded post-tensioned one-way concrete ...

May 25, 2015  This paper presents the results from four fire tests carried out on one-way spanning unbonded post-tensioned concrete floor slabs. The elevated temperature tests are augmented with the results from two additional tests carried out to failure, on slabs with identical geometry and tendon reinforcement, at ambient temperature.

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Fire tests on bonded post-tensioned concrete slabs ...

Mar 01, 2009  The only fire tests carried out on post-tensioned slabs have been limited to unbonded slabs , , . To augment the limited test data, Bailey and Ellobody have recently conducted a series of tests on unbonded post-tensioned one-way spanning concrete slabs in fire conditions. Four slabs were subjected to a fire under a static load equal to 50% of ...

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Repair Of P-T Slab Damaged By Fire - Post Tension Services ...

Repair Of P-T Slab Damaged By Fire. Unbonded Post-Tensioning System. Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra. About Project. The project is a Data Centre Building located in Mumbai, which is comprising of G+6 floors and 2 basements with total P-T floor area of about 35,000 sq. ft. Slabs were designed for 2 hour fire rating but fire continued for 5 hours.

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Unbonded Post-Tensioning System - Post Tension Services ...

We provide Unbonded Post-Tensioning System which is a means of complementing strength of the concrete in compression and overcoming its weakness in resisting tension. Post-Tensioning System applies compressive force to the structure through stressing of high strength steel strand with specialized anchorage assemblies.

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The Design of Unbonded, Mono-Strand, Post-Tensioned ...

The Design of Unbonded, Mono-Strand, Post-Tensioned Concrete Members D. Matthew Stuart, P.E., S.E., F.ASCE, SECB COURSE CONTENT Post-Tensioned Concrete Design The basic steps involved in the design of an unbonded, post-tensioned, mono-strand system include: 1. Establish the preliminary member size using the span-to-depth ratios provided by the PTI.

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General Overview of Post-Tensioned Concrete Design

mechanical bond between stranded wire and surrounding concrete) • Post-Tensioned-tendons are stressed after concrete is cast and hardened; strands are anchored against concrete member. Strands are typically unbonded (i.e. anchored only at the ends via anchorage assembly) but can be bonded (i.e. stressed in ducts and

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Flexural Behavior of Post-tensioned Lightweight Concrete ...

post-tensioned continuous lightweight concrete slabs. 2. Experimental Program 2.1 Specimens Six LWC one-way continuous slab specimens post-ten-sioned with unbonded tendons were prepared for flexural tests, as shown in Table 1. The nomenclature for each specimen is shown in Fig. 1. Each specimen had three supports with two spans.

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Post - Tensioned Concrete Design For ACI 318-08

A 2 2Area 2 A' c 2 2 Post-Tensioned Concrete Design Table 1-1 List of Symbols Used in the ACI 318-08 Code cp Area enclosed by the outside perimeter of the section, in A g Gross area of concrete, in A 2 l Total area of longitudinal reinforcement to resist torsion, in A o Area enclosed by the shear flow path, sq-in A oh Area enclosed by the centerline of the outermost closed

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Guidelines for the Design of Post-Tensioned Floors

Fig.1: Schematic comparing a conventially reinforced concrete member to a post-tensioned membaer. Notice the assumptions required for the post-tensioned design Fig.2: Tributaries used when computing average precompression stress for stemmed members. Fig.3: An example of a post-tensioning tendon p

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AN OVERVIEW OF POST-TENSIONING - SEAoO

According to the PTI, there are two types of post-tensioning system which are unbonded and bonded post-tensioning.2 They are distinguished by materials, equipment, and construction process. For the unbonded post-tensioning, the tendon is prevented from bonding to the concrete and is permanently free to move relatively with the concrete.

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Two-Way Post-Tensioned Design - AMSYSCO Post Tensioning

Tension = 6√f' c Average precompression limits: P/A = 125 psi min. (ACI 18.12.4) = 300 psi max. Target load balances: 60%-80% of DL(selfweight) for slabs (good approximation for hand calculation) For this example: 0.75 w DL = 0.75(100 psf) = 75 psf Cover Requirements (2-hour fire rating, assume carbonate aggregate) IBC 2003 Restrained slabs ...

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