引用本文:YAO Rong,YE Yan-hua.[en_title][J].Journal of Chongqing University (English Edition),2018,17(2):39~48
YAO Rong,YE Yan-hua.Formwork lateral pressure of precast normal-concrete composite shear walls infilled with self-compacting concrete[J].Journal of Chongqing University (English Edition),2018,17(2):39~48
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Formwork lateral pressure of precast normal-concrete composite shear walls infilled with self-compacting concrete
YAO Rong1, YE Yan-hua2
1.Department of Civil Engineering, Yangzhou Polytechnic College, Yangzhou 225009, Jiangsu Province, P. R. China;2.College of Civil Engineering, Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing 210009, P. R. China
摘要:
Wall cracking and mold expanding due to concrete vibrations can be effectively solved through the application of precast normal-concrete composite shear walls infilled with self-compacting concrete (SCC). However, the high liquidity of SCC will induce a higher lateral pressure. Therefore, it is important to obtain a better understanding of the template lateral pressure. In this work, nine composite shear walls were experimentally investigated, focusing on the effects of two parameters, i.e., the casting rate and the section width of the formwork. The time-varying pressure was monitored during the SCC pouring. It is found that the increase of casting rate from 3.2 m/h to 10.3 m/h resulted in a higher maximum lateral pressure. The higher casting rate led to a longer time required for the lateral pressure to drop to a steady value. There was no correlation between the section width and the rate of decrease in the initial formwork pressure and stable value. Based on the test results, a formula considering the effect of casting speed for the calculation of SCC formwork pressure was established to fill the gap in the current standards and for engineering applications.
关键词:  formwork lateral pressure  self-compacting concrete (SCC)  composite shear wall  casting rate
DOI:10.11835/j.issn.1671-8224.2018.02.001
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基金项目:Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51178218), and the Cooperation Project of Yangzhou Science and Technology Bureau (YZ2016267).
Formwork lateral pressure of precast normal-concrete composite shear walls infilled with self-compacting concrete
YAO Rong1, YE Yan-hua2
1.Department of Civil Engineering, Yangzhou Polytechnic College, Yangzhou 225009, Jiangsu Province, P. R. China;2.College of Civil Engineering, Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing 210009, P. R. China
Abstract:
Wall cracking and mold expanding due to concrete vibrations can be effectively solved through the application of precast normal-concrete composite shear walls infilled with self-compacting concrete (SCC). However, the high liquidity of SCC will induce a higher lateral pressure. Therefore, it is important to obtain a better understanding of the template lateral pressure. In this work, nine composite shear walls were experimentally investigated, focusing on the effects of two parameters, i.e., the casting rate and the section width of the formwork. The time-varying pressure was monitored during the SCC pouring. It is found that the increase of casting rate from 3.2 m/h to 10.3 m/h resulted in a higher maximum lateral pressure. The higher casting rate led to a longer time required for the lateral pressure to drop to a steady value. There was no correlation between the section width and the rate of decrease in the initial formwork pressure and stable value. Based on the test results, a formula considering the effect of casting speed for the calculation of SCC formwork pressure was established to fill the gap in the current standards and for engineering applications.
Key words:  formwork lateral pressure  self-compacting concrete (SCC)  composite shear wall  casting rate
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