Applicability of Bonded and Un-bonded PT System in Shear Walls of Multi-Storey Building - A Review
Mohnish Lad,  Yati R. Tank,  Dr. Kamalsinh M. Padhiar
During the past century the use of post tensioning has increased greatly. The design should not reduce or eliminate sufficient shrinkage cracking prior to use of the post-tensioning process. The structure has a lot of system joints. Cracks that didn't hold on firmly. It has several benefits over regular reinforced steel (rebar) after it has been used. It can reduce fracturing of the shrinkage, thereby allowing less joints. Cracks are fixed together closely and also permitted to weaken the slabs and other structural components. In post tensioning technique, there are two different method like bonded & un-bonded. This system is cheap compare to R.C.C. The shear wall using with PT system that provided the more strength, stability and hardening to the structural members for the lateral load like wind, seismic load. This paper attempts to review the studies related to post tensioning methods with shear wall for different location for multi-storey building, preliminary focusing on studied published within the last decade. The present study is categorized in to following parts, i.e. the papers related to (a) Related to multi-storey building with shear wall, (b) Related to pre-stress concrete structure (Bonded and un-bonded system.) and (c) Related to unit of multi-storey buildings with shear wall and pre-stress concrete structure. It has been concluded that, In each of the three groups, a substantial amount of research was carried out. The principle objective of this review is to relate the report of each of three group by way of a detailed and critical analysis.
Keywords- Bonded System, Un-bonded System, ADAPT-PT, Prestressed concrete, Shear wall, Multi-storey Building, Post-tensioning system.
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Mohnish Lad,  Yati R. Tank,  Dr. Kamalsinh M. Padhiar,   "Applicability of Bonded and Un-bonded PT System in Shear Walls of Multi-Storey Building - A Review"
, International Journal of Engineering Development and Research (IJEDR), ISSN:2321-9939, Volume.8, Issue 1, pp.248-250, January 2020, Available at :http://www.ijedr.org/papers/IJEDR2001047.pdf