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SECTION 1 INTRODUCTION TO POST TENSIONED CONCRETE

PRE TENSIONING Post Tensioning Force Transfer by Steel Concrete bond Force Transfer at end anchor Strain Compatibility and Force Equilibrium Steel held at length longer than it wants to be Tension Concrete compressed shorter than it wants to be Compression

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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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What is Post Tensioning Introduction Post tensioning is a method of producing prestressed concrete masonry and other structural elements The term prestressing is used to describe the process of introducing internal forces or stress into a concrete or masonry element during the construction process in order to

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Post tensioning is an active rather than passive form of reinforcing In other words post tensioning pre compresses the concrete to help prevent cracking from occurring rather than holding cracks together mechanically after they have already formed as conventional reinforcing does Source VSL www PDHcenter com www PDHonline org 169 D Matthew Stuart 7 Post

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1 3 Post tensioning with or without bonding of tendons 3 1 4 Typical applications of post tensioned slabs 4 2 Fundamentals of the design process 6 2 1 General 6 2 2 Research 6 2 3 Standards 6 3 Ultimate limit state 6 3 1 Flexure 6 3 2 Punching shear 9 4 Serviceability limit state 11 41 Crack limitation 11 42 Deflections 12 43 Post

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE STRUCTURES

Pre tensioning or post tensioning This is the most important classification and is based on the sequence of casting the concrete and applying tension to the tendons Linear or circular prestressing This classification is based on the shape of the member prestressed Full limited or partial prestressing

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Post tensioned tendons are encapsulated within concrete in a duct which is usually manufactured in galvanised steel with a wall thickness between 0 3 mm and 0 5 mm The ducts are normally supplied in 5 6m lengths and are joined on site via a manufactured bell end Once stressing has been completed and approved by the design engineer the ducts are filled with

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Post tensioning has been used in the industry for a long time and it continues to exist in many structures With professional engineers and skillful workers post tensioning can improve the overall serviceability of the structure Page 7 of 7 BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Collins Michael Reinforced Concrete The Concrete Society 2 Education Post Tensioning Institute 3

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c Post tensioned concrete combines and optimizes today s very high strength concretes and steel to result in a practical and efficient structural system The first post tensioned buildings were erected in the USA in the 1950 s using unbonded post tensioning Some post tensioned structures were built in Europe quite early on but the real

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Post tensioning is an useful method of reducing size or increasing load bearing capacities of concrete structural elements like bridge decks girders and suchlike Unlike pre stressing where stresses are applied to steel well before pouring concrete in case of post tensioning the same are applied only after concrete attains sufficient strength Like pre stressing Post tensioning

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Post Tensioning Terminology PTT November 2013 Page 2 of 33 Bearing plate basic Flat steel plate that transfers the tendon force directly into the concrete meeting the analytical design requirements of PTI Acceptance Standards for Post Tensioning Systems Section 3 1

POST TENSIONED IN BUILDINGS

Post tensioning in buildings is not limited to floor slabs Post tensioning of foundations transfer beams and plates post tensioned masonry and the combination of precast elements with cast in place concrete by means of post tensioning offer other interesting opportunities Developers architects engineers contractors educators and

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General Principales Local Zone Design General Zone Design

Post tensioning is a special form of prestressed concrete in which the prestressing tendons are stressed after the concrete is cast Post tensioning utilizes high quality high strength steel such that 1 kg of post tensioning strand may replace 3 or 4 kg of ordinary non prestressed reinforcement This can reduce congestion in members Post

Post Tensioned Concrete Design For ACI 318 08

For post tensioned concrete design the user can specify the prestressing load PT by providing the tendon profile The default load combinations for post tensioning are defined in the following sections 1 2 1 Initial Service LoadCombination The following load combination is used for checking the requirements at trans fer of prestress forces in accordance with ACI 318 08

Pre Tensioning and Post Tensioning in Prestressed Concrete

The alternative to pre tensioning is post tensioning In a post tensioned beam the tendons are stressed and each end is anchored to the concrete section after the concrete has been cast and has attained sufficient strength to safely withstand the prestressing force as shown in fig 2 In post tensioning method tendons are coated with grease or a bituminous material to prevent

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post tensioning kits for prestressing of structures ETA and CE marking are subject to continuous monitoring by an official body The prestressing kit includes all of the elements that make up a complete tendon Specific components Passive and active anchor blocks Fixed and mobile couplers Jaws Trumplates Protective covers Plastic sheaths Standard