The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 54 (1976) > Issues > Issue 4 > Strength of Beam-column Connections with Dowel Reinforcement
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Strength of Beam-column Connections with Dowel Reinforcement

A description of the general behaviour of a beam-column connection with dowel reinforcement is given, summarizing the observations on 80 laboratory tests, and the effect of the main variables is explained. The test results are considered in conjunction with previous work on the strength of dowels and on shear transfer in composite members to develop a formula for the design of this type of connection. E.W. Bennett and S. Banerjee

Author(s): Bennett, E W;Banerjee, S

Keywords: strength;connections;beams;columns;dowels;reinforced concrete;design