Effect of longitudinal joint on the shear-key of hollow core slab which function as an rigid diaphragm

Gambiro Soeprapto, Mukhlis Sunarso, Sumarsono, Ferryandy Murdono, Winda Agustin, Raynelda Siahaan, I. Iskandar, S. Ismadji, T.E. Agustina, I. Yani, L.N. Komariah, S. Hasyim
2017 MATEC Web of Conferences  
Various types of reinforced concrete floors can be applied to building construction. The floor of the building can be made of cast in place or precast concrete. The floors should function as a rigid diaphragm, in order to distribute the lateral forces on the building frame. While the floor is made of precast concrete, especially those without overtopping, should be arranged in such a way to function as a diaphragm. In order for the precast slab can function as a diaphragm, the components must
more » ... e components must be connected to the building frame and between the component itself . Some of them are drag strut, boundary element (chord), transverse joint, collector and longitudinal joint. This paper will discuss the influence of the longitudinal joint shear key with some types. The test specimen is modeled as two HCS are mounted parallel to each other , then the both of HCS are combined with perimeter beams to obtain the same model with the actual conditions and simplify to execute. All models of the test specimen are made to represent the three types of shear key. The test specimen is loaded the shear force and observed the structure behavior and crack patterns.
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201710101017 fatcat:2cht54iepvcetmn7ggpkqvfnjq