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Research Article

Numerical Analysis on Shear Behavior of Joints under Low Confining and Eccentric Loads

Table 4

Comparison of experimental and simulated shear capacities for specimens with different joints.

Type of jointSpecimenExperimental result (kN)Numerical result (kN)AverageStandard deviationCoefficient of variation

Monolithic joint (NC)M0-C50-0.5176.60165.450.940.940.940.000.030.000.03
M0-C50-1.0199.30186.420.94
M0-C50-2.0213.10200.920.94

Single-keyed dry joint with NCK1-C50-0.597.4096.300.991.011.000.020.020.020.02
K1-C50-1.0118.90119.601.01
K1-C50-2.0137.50141.341.03
Single-keyed dry joint with SFRCK1-S50-0.5110.80111.501.011.000.010.01
K1-S50-1.0135.70132.980.98
K1-S50-2.0162.40162.711.00

Single-keyed epoxied joint (NC)EA1-C50-1.0273.00270.000.991.021.000.020.040.020.04
EA1-C50-2.0405.00414.001.02
EA1-C50-3.0474.00493.001.04
EB1-C50-1.0251.00271.001.081.000.060.0.6
EB1-C50-2.0377.00374.000.99
EB1-C50-3.0488.00455.000.93
EC1-C50-1.0265.00260.000.980.990.010.01
EC1-C50-2.0318.00316.000.99
EC1-C50-3.0355.00358.001.01

Note: NC = normal concrete; SFRC = steel fiber-reinforced concrete.

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