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Inelastic behavior of full-scale bridge columns subjected to cyclic loading
William C. Stone
|Statement||William C. Stone, Geraldine S. Cheok.|
|Series||NIST building science series -- 166|
|Contributions||Cheok, Geraldine S.|
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INELASTIC BEHAVIOR OF FULL-SCALE BRIDGE COLUMNS SUBJECTED TO CYCLIC LOADING. Circular, spirally reinforced concrete bridge columns were subjected to cyclic loading (representing seismic loads) in the laboratory.
The test articles were prototype columns designed in accordance with California Department of Transportation by: Get this from a library.
Inelastic behavior of full-scale bridge columns subjected to cyclic loading. [W C Stone; Geraldine S Cheok; National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)]. Inelastic behavior of full-scale bridge columns subjected to cyclic loading Item Preview remove-circle Inelastic behavior of full-scale bridge columns subjected to cyclic loading by Stone, William C.; Cheok, Geraldine S.
Publisher National Bureau of Standards (U.S.) Collection. Fig. 1 displays a conceptual model of the experimental buckling test of beam members tic buckling behavior is well known under monotonic loads, and the typical load–displacement curve is shown in Fig.
pre-buckling and post-buckling behavior of the simply supported beam of length L in Fig. 1 can be characterized by two curves that correspond to elastic buckling and by: Cyclic Behavior of Nonconforming Full-Scale RC Columns Article in Journal of Structural Engineering (5) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The objective of this study is to simulate and investigate the inelastic buckling behavior of steel members under reversed cyclic loading. Cyclic inelastic buckling behavior is briefly discussed.
The cyclic behavior of reinforced concrete columns, with and without fiber reinforcement, subjected to unidirectional (uniaxial) and bidirectional (biaxial) lateral displacement in presence of constant axial load, was investigated through an extensive experimental by: Nine full scale beam-to-column connections were tested under constant amplitude and variable amplitude cyclic loading.
The effects of loading amplitude, loading history, and peak load on the connection damage were analyzed. The damage characters were studied and three damage evolution models were calibrated and validated based on test : Xi-yue Liu, Yuan-qing Wang, Jun Xiong, Yong-jiu Shi.
Particularly, no systematical experimental data have been presented on full-scale rectangular substandard RC columns subjected to reversed cyclic lateral loads along either their strong or weak axes.
In this study, firstly, test results of five full-scale rectangular substandard RC columns with a cross-sectional aspect ratio of two ( mm Cited by: 5. In the last two decades, the study of reinforced concrete (RC) structures elements such as bridge deck slabs, bridge girders, or offshore installations, which are subjected to cyclic action typically induced by seismic motions has received the attention of many researchers.
Furthermore, the past two decades have witnessed rapid growth in the use of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) confining Author: Bashir H. Osman. Although recent efforts have been made to understand the behavior of RC members subjected to cyclic biaxial bending, the experimental data available in the literature are still limited for making conclusions about the influence of biaxial actions on the inelastic response of RC columns.
An Experimental Study on the Inelastic Behavior of Steel Frames Subjected to Vertical and Horizontal Loading By Minoru WAKABAYASHI, Taijiro NONAKA and Chiaki MATSUI (Manuscript received ) Abstract An experimental study was made of the behavior of single bay, one- and two-storyed.
Analytical damage models provide a way to have an index to create a single measure that fairly represents the damage sustained under seismic loading in reinforced concrete structures. Damage indices are important tools to quantify the consequences of a structural decision. A damage model is proposed for reinforced concrete elements.
The model yields a damage index at a point in the time. Han L-H, Yang Y-F () Cyclic performance of concrete-filled steel CHS columns under flexural loading. J Constr Steel Res 61(4)– CrossRef Google Scholar Han LH, Zhao XL, Yang YF, Feng JB () Experimental study and calculation of fire Author: Konstantinos A.
Skalomenos, George D. Hatzigeorgiou, Dimitri E. Beskos, Dimitri E. Beskos. The present book contains peer reviewed papers and eight invited keynote lectures presented during the International Colloquium on Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures SDSS'Riowhich was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, SeptemberHsu, T.
and Zhu, R. H., “Post-Yield Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Membrane Elements - The Hsu/Zhu Ratios,” Proceedings Volume, US-Japan Joint Seminar on Post-Peak Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Structures Subjected to Seismic Loads - Recent Advances and Challanges on Analysis and Design,” Tokyo/Lake Yamanaka, Japan, Oct.
“Contributions in mechanics of solids and the inelastic cyclic behavior of structural systems.” BY ROBIN K. McGUIRE. EGOR PAUL POPOV passed away on Apin Berkeley, California, at age He was born February 6,in Kiev, then part of the Russian Empire.
loading on the compression behavior, strength, and ductility of confined concrete under compression loading. The confined concrete compression behavior, strength, and ductility were similar for the two test specimens with the two different inelastic tensile cyclic loading ranges.
The difference in peak compression strength was %.Author: Mujahid Noor. Photos of the bridge models after Tests 1 and 2 (Scenario A): (a) failure of the conventional pier after the first three medium‐strong intensity motions and (b) the damage at the pier base compared with (c) the rocking pier subjected to the same motions plus two additional Cited by: O’Brien, M., M.
Saiidi, and M. Sadrossadat-Zadeh, “A Study of Concrete Bridge Columns Using Innovative Materials Subjected to Cyclic Loading,” Center for Civil Engineering Earthquake Research, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, Report No.
CCEER. Moslehy, Y., H. Gu, A. Belabi, Y.L. Mo and G. Song, (). “Structural health monitoring of reinforced concrete columns subjected to reversed cyclic loading using innovative smart aggregates,” Disaster Mitigation Symposium at ASCE Earth and Space conference, March, Honolulu, HI.
Jian Zhang, Shi‐Yu Xu and Yuchuan Tang, Inelastic displacement demand of bridge columns considering shear–flexure interaction, Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, 40, 7, (), ().
Buckling Behavior of Shell Elements Subjected to Inelastic Reversed Cyclic Loading; Seismic Evaluation of Bridge G in Clark County, Nevada Using Nonlinear Static Procedures; Development of Concrete/Cold Formed Steel Composite Flexural Members; An Experimental Study on the Mechanical Properties of Pultruded CFRP Plates at Elevated Temperatures.
Medhat Haroun (Arabic: مدحت هارون , Novem – Octo ) was an Egyptian-American expert on earthquake wrote more than technical papers and received the Charles Martin Duke Lifeline Earthquake Engineering Award () and the Walter Huber Civil Engineering Research Prize () from the American Society of Civil EngineersAlma mater: Cairo University, California Institute of.
Structural response of full-scale concrete bridges subjected to high load magnitudes Philip S. Halding1, Jacob W. Schmidt2, Thomas W. Jensen3, and Arne H. Henriksen4 1 Technical University of Denmark,Denmark 2 Technical University of Denmark,Denmark 3 Technical University of Denmark, Kgs.
Lyngby, Denmark, and COWI Denmark. Montejo, Luis (May ) “Seismic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns at Sub-Freezing Temperatures” Experimental and analytical study in the effects of temperature on the ductility of reinforced concrete bridge columns subjected to reversed cyclic load conditions.
This paper reports the numerical simulation of earthquake-damaged circular columns repaired with the combination of near-surface-mounted (NSM) basalt fiber reinforced polymer (BFRP) bars with external BFRP sheets jacketing at quasi-static loading.
The numerical modeling was carried out with the nonlinear OpenSees software platform by using the BeamWithHinges by: 1.
Read chapter Chapter 2 - State-of-the-Art Literature Review: Accelerated bridge construction (ABC) utilizes rigorous planning, new technologies, and impro. Buckling Behavior of Shell Elements Subjected to Inelastic Reversed Cyclic Loading Seismic Evaluation of Bridge G in Clark County, Nevada Using Nonlinear Static Procedures Development of Concrete/Cold Formed Steel Composite Flexural Members.
(6) the behavior of cracks in complex structures of welded intersecting plates. Design and Evaluation of Structures for Fatigue Testing on full-scale welded members has indicated that the primary effect of constant amplitude loading can be accounted for in the live-load stress range [15, 20, 21, 34]; that is, the mean stress is not.
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Book Description. Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas is a comprehensive overview of recent developments in the field of seismic resistant steel structures. It comprises a collection of papers presented at the seventh International Specialty Conference STESSA (Santiago, Chile, January ), and includes the state-of-the-art in both theoretical and experimental research on.
As a visiting researcher at PWRI in Japan he worked on dynamic testing of steel reinforced concrete bridge columns, and as a post-doctoral researcher at UC Berkeley he coordinated the full-scale shake table tests of a three-story woodframe apartment building. Clay is an active member in ACI committee Seismic Repair and Rehabilitation.
() Paquette, J., Bruneau, M., Invited Speaker, “Testing of Full-Scale Single-Story Unreinforced Masonry Buildings Subjected to Simulated Earthquake Excitations”, Proceedings of the US-Portugal Workshop on Seismic Behavior of Masonry Structures, Guimaraes, Portugal, Aprilpp Behavior of Panel Zones Studies of panel zone inelastic behavior started in the s and included the work of Krawinkler et al.
(,), Fielding and Huang (), Fielding and. CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g.
– 14), divided by the number of documents in these three previous years (e.g. – 14). Inelastic Behavior of Hollow Reinforced Concrete Bridge Columns: Maria Bostenaru Dan: The economic impact of seismic retrofit on heritage buildings with historic reinforced concrete skeleton structure of the interwar time: Mohammad Khandan Bakavoli, Ebrahim.
To evaluate whether the hysteretic models employed for the deﬁnition of inelastic response spectra are adequate for describing the global behaviour of structures subjected to earthquake loads, applications to four instrumented structures and a full-scale tested building were undertaken.
The ﬁve examples studied are fully discussed Size: KB. Finite Element Modeling of the Inelastic Cyclic Response and Fracture Life of Square Tubular Steel Bracing Members Subjected to Seismic Inelastic Loading. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, Santiago, Chile (pp.
“Investigation on the Inelastic Behavior of Full-scale Heavy Clip-angle Connections” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF STEEL STRUCTURES, Vol.
11,No. 1,pp. ,March, JongWan Hu, Eunsoo Choi, Roberto T Leon (). “Design, analysis and application of innovative composite PR connections between steel beams and CFT columns” SMART.So it is very necessary that studying the behavior of these semi-rigid connections under cyclic reversal loading.
Two full-scale specimens of top-mounted-angle using H-section member had been conducted. The specimens were subjected to cyclic reversal loading simulating earthquake effects on a steel moment-resisting force. Proceedings of the 4th International Specialty Conference, Naples, Italy, June Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas book.
Proceedings of the 4th International Specialty Conference, Naples, Italy, June Edited By Federico Test on complete failure of steel columns subjected to cyclic loading. By Dawei Liu Author: Federico Mazzolani.