Theory of the calculation of the reinforced concrete and inconsistency it to Eurocode

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The aim of the work - to analyze the theory, which is widely used in the calculations of various constructions and buildings, consisting of five theories that do not correspond to each other (or erroneous), which reject the fundamental properties of structural concrete and the principles of the Eurocode. Methods. According to the authors and their research this theory contains: a set of theories of various purposes rejecting each other, including erroneous, physically impossible jumps from one theory to another, jumps of various design schemes, unacceptable in the elastoplastic stage. In it: there are mathematical errors; the fundamental concepts of the classical and general theory of calculation are distorted; the principle of designing bearing capacity in ultimate conditions and the process of continuous loading of structures established by the Eurocode are rejected; the fundamental properties in Eurocode of structural concrete are replaced; it is stated that the theory is determined not by the properties of materials, but by the partialities of the developers; references are made to the abstract results of experiments. Results. We analyze the theory of calculating for mass application which accompanied by the necessary mathematical calculations and experimental estimates.

About the authors

Rudolf S. Sanjarovskiy

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University

Author for correspondence.
11 Kazhymukana St, Nur-Sultan, 010000, Republic of Kazakhstan

Grand Ph.D., Professor, principal researcher

Frieder Sieber

Leibniz-Institut fur Interdisziplinare Studien (LIFIS)

Albert-Einstein-Straße 16, Berlin, 12489, Federal Republic of Germany

Grand Ph.D., Professor.

Tatyana N. Ter-Emmanuilyan

Russian University of Transport

Moscow, 9 Obraztsova St, bldg. 9, Moscow, 127994, Russian Federation

Grand Ph.D., Professor, Department of Theoretical Mechanics

Maxim M. Manchenko

Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

4 2-ya Krasnoarmeyskaya St, Saint Petersburg, 190005, Russian Federation

Ph.D, senior lector

Turlybek T. Musabaev

L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University

11 Kazhymukana St, Nur-Sultan, 010000, Republic of Kazakhstan

Grand Ph.D., Professor, Academician, Director of the Eurasian Institute of Technology

Muhlis Ahmed ogly Gadzhiev

Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction

11 Aina Sultanova St, Baku, AZ1073, Republic of Azerbaijan

Grand Ph.D., Professor, Head of the Department of Building Structures


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