To Analysis the Strengthening of Square Reinforced Concrete Column with Fibrous Ultra High Performance Self Compacting Concrete Jacketing
Author(s):
Pradeep Kaushal, Sonu Singh, Anil Rajpoot
Keywords:
Design Loads, Flexural Stress, Jacketing, Longitudinal Reinforcement, Retrofitting.
Abstract
The major goal of this study is to examine the efficiency of the R.C.C. jacketing method for improving the performance of a damaged structure. This technique was effectively applied to the structure. Due to changes in use that resulted in additional live loads, deterioration of the load carrying elements, design errors, construction problems during erection, ageing of the structure itself, or upgrading to comply with current code requirements, reinforced concrete structures frequently require strengthening to increase their capacity to sustain additional loads. Concrete jacketing, fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) jacketing, UHPSCC, and steel jacketing are all common ways for reinforcing columns. All of these techniques have been proved to increase the axial load capacity of columns effectively. The experimental study was carried out on RC column on designed and detailed using IS 456:2000 provisions. In this paper, An RCC structure has been designed and analyzed. The structure's number of floors was increased over the old structure's top floor, and the design loads were increased as a result of the higher number of storeys. The UHPSCC jacketing technology was used to fix some of the old columns in the lower floors that had failed. The effectiveness of strengthening the entire height of As a jacketing material for square RC columns, Forta Ferro Polypropylene Fibrous Ultra High Performance Self Compacting Concrete (Fibrous UHPSCC) was used.
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Unique Paper ID: 154402

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 83 - 88
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