Publications Shaking Table Tests on reinforced Concrete Frames without Seismic Detailing
Zeynep T. Değer, Tony Y. Yang, John W. Wallace and Jack Moehle, "Seismic performance of reinforced concrete core wall buildings with and without moment resisting frames," The Structural Design of Tall and Special Buildings, V. 24, No. 7, May 2015, Pages: 477–490, DOI: 10.1002/tal.1175
A seismic strengthening case study is presented on a 3 story reinforced concrete frame building. The results of quasi-static cyclic unreinforced masonry wall tests and shaking table tests of a ...
Shake table testing of a multi-tower connected hybrid structure. Authors; Authors and affiliations ... Cardone D, Ponzo FC and Valente C (2005), "Shaking Table Tests on Reinforced Concrete Frames Without and with Passive ... Azuhata T, Ishihara T and Wada A (2006), "Shaking Table Tests on Seismic Response of Steel Braced Frames with Column ...
Z. Xu, P. Xu, and C. Xiao, "A study on the seismic performance of steel-reinforced concrete frame-concrete core wall high-rise mixed structure by large-scale shaking table tests and numerical simulations," Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics, vol. 42, no. 13, pp. 1951–1969, 2014.
Shaking Table Tests on Reinforced Concrete Frames without Seismic Detailing. Four reinforced concrete frame specimens were tested on a shaking table with the objective to observe the interaction of structural elements at the onset of collapse.
A seismic strengthening case study is presented on a 3 story reinforced concrete frame building. The results of quasi-static cyclic unreinforced masonry wall tests and shaking table tests of a (strengthened) two-story reinforced concrete frame with and without infill are presented.
This study investigates experimentally the seismic behavior of reinforced concrete (RC) frames damaged by earthquakes and retrofitted with masonry infill walls. To this end, a 2/5 scale one-bay one story RC frame structure designed only for gravity loads (without seismic design consideration) was built in laboratory.
A total of 17 shaking table tests, divided into three phases, were conducted on the model building. A model without any retrofit (called M1) was tested to a near-collapse state in phase I. The formation of diagonal cracks and the de-cohesion of the internal pier were observed on the north wall.
A full-scale, four-story, reinforced concrete building designed in accordance with the current Japanese seismic design code was tested under multi-directional shaking on the E-Defense shake table.
Seismic shaking table testing of a reinforced concrete frame with masonry infill strengthened with cross laminated timber panels Conference Paper (PDF Available) · August 2014 with 220 Reads
In the areas of seismic engineering, shaking table tests are powerful method for assessing the seismic capacity of buildings. Since the size and capacity of existing shaking tables are limited, using scale structural models seems to be necessary.
However, interaction of vulnerable components and their contribution to the collapse behaviour of existing reinforced concrete frames is not well understood. This research project was initiated to provide a better understanding of the factors contributing to collapse of the frames with non-seismic detailing.
shaking table tests on reinforced concrete frames 1707 (3) The interstorey drifts increase almost linearly with PGA, up to 0 : 22 g, reaching a max- imum value of 0.12% at the 1st storey.
To prevent catastrophic collapse in response earth shaking (in the interest of life safety), a traditional reinforced concrete frame should have ductile joints. Depending upon the methods used and the imposed seismic forces, such buildings may be immediately usable, require extensive repair, or may have to be demolished.
Aug 13, 2015· [Seismic] Concrete frame - Japan test Toni CE. ... Circuit boards with lights in epoxy in a table - Duration ... Seismic Test for 30 Storey BSB Factory Built Building in Beijing Earth Quake ...
To study the damage characteristics and to evaluate the overall seismic performance of reinforced concrete mega‐frame structures, a shaking table test of a 1/25 scaled model with a rooftop tuned mass damper (TMD) is performed. The maximum deformation and acceleration responses are measured.
Aug 23, 2012· Leong DCP (2006) Testing of pinned beam-to-column connections of precast concrete frames. Master thesis University, Technology, Kuala Lampur Google Scholar Negro P, Mola E, Ferrara L, Zhao B, Magonette G, Molina J (2007) PRECAST EC8: seismic behaviour of precast concrete structures with respect to Eurocode 8.
Apr 25, 2007· Read "Shaking‐table tests on reinforced concrete frames with different isolation systems, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
This paper presents a comprehensive overview of the main results of the shaking table tests carried out on the models with and without special braces. Two different types of energy dissipating and re‐centring braces have been considered to enhance the seismic performances of the tested model.
May 15, 2018· The effects of Buckling-Restrained Braces (BRBs) on precast, reinforced concrete (RC) models are examined. • Shaking table tests were conducted on two four-storey frames, one with and one without BRBs, at a scale of 1/3.
Shaking table model test on Shanghai World Financial Center Tower. Authors. ... Guangyuan Chen, Xie, Li Sheng, Shaking table test on seismic resonant behavior of core ... CKY Leung, Wanyun Yin, Shaking table tests on precast reinforced concrete and engineered cementitious composite/reinforced concrete composite frames, Advances in ...
This paper investigates analytically the efficiency of Carbon FRPs (CFRPs) at improving the global performance of substandard RC buildings under real seismic excitations. This is achieved by using data from shaking table tests on a full-scale RC frame with poor detailing in the beam-column joints.
Four reinforced concrete frame specimens were tested on a shaking table with the objective to observe the interaction of structural elements at the onset of collapse. Each specimen consisted of a 1/2.25 scaled model of a two-bay, two-story reinforced concrete frame without seismic detailing.
Due to poor detailing and lacking of capacity design principles, high vulnerability has been highlighted in several past studies. In this article, inadequate seismic response and peculiar damage pattern are investigated by means of shake table tests performed on a 1:2 scaled 3-story infilled prototype.
This paper proposes a new test setup to study the double-curvature behavior of reinforced concrete (RC) columns using shaking table. In this setup, the seismic action is simulated by the horizontal movement of a long-heavy rigid mass sitting on the top of only one test specimen.
Reinforced concrete frame structure infilled with masonry walls was built in a scale 1/2.5 and tested on shaking table under earthquake excitation. It consisted of three storeys with two longitudinal frames in the direction of earthquake excitation and three transverse perpendbays icular to the direction of earthquake excitation.
shaking-table test. In this method, the specimen ... the appropriate seismic detailing requirements. ... 10. Seismic Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures 467 Figure 10- 1. Components of and considerations in earthquake-resistant building design 10.1.5 The Need for a Good Design Concept and Proper Detailing
This paper presents the results of shaking table tests on a tri-axial 1/2.5-scale 3-story self-centering reinforced concrete frame structure. Based on the results of this study, the following conclusions can be drawn: (1) The tri-axial self-centering RC frame structure had outstanding seismic performance even under extreme earthquakes.
Jan 01, 2008· This paper presents a comprehensive investigation on viscous wall dampers (VWD) used for seismic response mitigation of reinforced concrete (RC) frames. First, a shaking table test on a large-scaled three-story RC frame with VWD and another identical three-story RC frame without any dampers was carried out.