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6.3 Slab Punching Shear Check
The distribution of stresses close to concentrated loads orreaction points in re
inforced and prestressed concreteslabs is quite complex. Punching shear is one p
articularfailure mode recognized by design codes for which anelastic plate bendi
ng analysis may not provide adequatestress distribution. Most codnoes use empiri
cal methodsbased on experimental verification to check againstpunching shear fai
lures. SAFE automates this check forcommon geomjhgnjghjggbghkjhjbgbejcvjjyrjjjvh
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Tutorial2The Project
The Project OR STRUCTURALDESIGN. HOWEVER, THE USER MUST EXPLICITLY UNDERSTAND TH
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Tutorial2The Project
The Project
The example
CONSIDERABLE TIME, EFFORT AND EXPENSE HAVE GONE INTO THEDEVELOPMENT AND TESTING
OF THIS SOFTWARE. HOWEVER, THE USERACCEPTS AND UNDERSTANDS THAT NO WARRANTY IS E
XPRESSED ORIMPLIED BY THE DEVELOPERS OR THE DISTRIBUTORS ON THE ACCURACYOR THE R
ELIABILITY OF THIS PRODUCT.THIS PRODUCT IS A PRACTICAL AND POWERFUL TOOL FOR STR
UCTURALDESIGN. HOWEVER, THE USER MUST EXPLICITLY UNDERSTAND THE BASICASSUMPTIONS
OF THE SOFTWARE MODELING, ANALYSIS, AND DESIGNALGORITHMS AND COMPENSATE FOR THE

ASPECTS THAT ARE NOTADDRESSED.THE INFORMATION PRODUCED BY THE SOFTWARE MUST BE


CHECKED BYA QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED ENGINEER. THE ENGINEER MUSTINDEPENDENTLY V
ERIFY THE RESULTS AND TAKE PROFESSIONALRESPONSIBILITY FOR THE INFORMATION THAT I
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Tutorial2The Project
The Project
The example project is an irregularly shaped four-story building. Thefirst story
is 15 feet high and stories 2 , 3, and 4 are each 12 feet high.The bays are 24
feet in the X and Y directions.The lateral force resisting system consists of in
tersecting moment frames.The floors consist of 3 inches of concrete over a 3-inc
h-deep metal deck.The secondary (infill) beams are designed as composite beams.
The lat-eral-force resisting beams that connect the columns are designed as noncomposite beams.The architect for the building has requested that the maximum be
amdepth not exceed that of a W18 beam to allow sufficient clearance forductwork
running beneath the beams.
Step 1Begin a New Model
In this Step, the dimensions and story height are set. Then a list of sec-tions
that fit the parameters set by the architect for the design are defined.A.Start
the program and click the X on the Tip of the Day window toclose it. If the unit
s shown in the drop-down box in the lower right-hand corner of the ETABS window
are not Kip-in, click the drop-down box to set the units to Kip-in.