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Avtorstvo: Vojko KILAR // 1.08 Objavljeno predavanje na znanstveni konferenci
Leto: 2001
Citat: KILAR, Vojko, KRSTULOVIĆ-OPARA, Neven. Seismic behavior of a high-performance composite frame building made with advanced cementitious composites. V: SINGH, Amarjit (ur.). Creative systems in structural and construction engineering : proceedings of the first International structural engineering and construction conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 24-27 January 2001. Rotterdam; Brookfield: A.A. Balkema, 2001, str. 749-754, graf. prikazi.
Povzetek: The paper explores the possibilities to use a High-Performance Fiber Reinforced Concretes (HPFRCs) for design of seismic resistant cost-effective and durable infrastructural systems. Composite frame buildings are made through selective use of different HPFRCs: Slurry Infiltrated Mat Concrete (SIMCON), Slurry IInfiltrated Fiber Concrete (SIFCON) and High Strength - Lightweight Aggregate Fiber Reinforced Concrete (HS-LWA FRC) which further minimizes dead load, seismic loads, and to eliminates the need for transverse reinforcement. To evaluate seismic behavior of such HPFRC-based composite frames, seismic response of a four story composite frame is compared to the response of a four-story RC building tested in theELSA laboratory at Ispra. While the ongoing research is developing an entire composite-frame system, current paper focuses on the effect of using only composite beam members. Therefore, same (conventional) RC columns used in the RC buildings tested in Ispra are used in the composite building. Pushover analysis and nonlinear dynamic analysis results for the artificially generated accelerogram demonstrate substantially higher strength, approximately 20% smaller maximal top displacement and higher when composite beams are used [COBISS.SI-ID 1315681]
Tipologija: 1.08 Objavljeno predavanje na znanstveni konferenci
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