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STRUCTURE magazine | Effective Stiffness for Modeling

Modeling of concrete structural elements using linear analysis to extract a reasonable structural response typically involves modifying the stiffness of concrete structural elements. However, this method presents its challenges, including the following: Effective stiffness is a function of the applied loading and detailing of the component.

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STRUCTURE magazine | Mass Concreting

There are many issues that arise when one places mass concrete, specifically as it relates to reinforced concrete elements in buildings. These elements, which most typically include reinforced mat foundations, pile caps, footings, piers, and transfer elements, differ from other reinforced structures such as dams and retaining walls due to high stresses, quantities of steel reinforcement, and

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PDF Structural Elements For Architects And Builders Design Of

Structural Elements for Architects and Builders by Jonathan Ochshorn by Acreator April 20, 2020. Download Structural Elements for Architects and Builders: Design of columns, beams, and tension elements in wood, steel, and reinforced concrete by Jonathan Ochshorn. Structural Elements for Architects and Builders by

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Modelling Blast Effects on a Reinforced Concrete Bridge

For reinforced concrete structures subjected to blast loading, the strength of concrete and reinforcing materials may experience a significant increase due to the rate effects. The increase may exceed 50% for the reinforcing steel, whereas it may exceed 100% for concrete in compression and more than 600% for concrete in tension (Javier and

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PDF Current Research and Applications of Fiber Reinforced

STUDIES ON STEEL FIBER REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS Several studies have addressed the flexural behavior of steel fiber reinforced concrete (SRFC) beams, focusing particularly on improvements in cracking resistance, stiffness, and duc­ tility. Other improvements attributable to the addition of steel

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PDF Column Slenderness Analysis for Reinforced Concrete Frame

This research is done to understand the slenderness effects of Reinforced Concrete (RC) columns in a frame structure through a parametric study considering column design inputs and using a Finite Element Method (FEM) modelling procedure. Three ten-story commercial buildings are modeled using FEM software ETABS.

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Difference Between Structural Concrete Slab and Plain

A: A structurally reinforced slab-on-ground uses a composite of concrete and structural steel to support the design load.Structural steel may be rebar or WWF. The cross-sectional area of the steel is inserted into engineering formulae found in ACI 318 to determine the load carrying capacity for a given slab design. In a structural concrete slab, the thickness of the slab is not a factor in

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Fabrication and structural evaluation of fibre reinforced

Fibre reinforced bamboo composite member is proposed as a structural element. • The test results reveal composite behaviour, with high flexural capacity. • The composite structure offers green alternative to concrete and steel. • A theoretical model is developed for aiding practical structural

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Numerical study of structural behavior of fiber‐reinforced

Two simple finite element models denoted as FEM-B and FEM-BC are developed in this paper to investigate the structural behavior of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) strengthened reinforced concrete (RC) beams under static and cyclic loading.

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Crack Detection of Reinforced Concrete Structures Based on

Reinforced concrete structural elements, as an important component of buildings and structures, require inspection for the purposes of crack detection which is an important part of structural health monitoring. Now existing crack detection methods usually use a single technology and can only detect internal or external cracks. In this paper, the authors propose a new sensing system combining

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Pull-out Mechanism in Steel Fiber-reinforced Concrete

T1 - PULL-OUT MECHANISM IN STEEL FIBER-REINFORCED CONCRETE. AU - Naaman, Antoine E. AU - Shah, Surendra P. PY - 1976/1/1. Y1 - 1976/1/1. N2 - The bond between steel fibers and portland cement matrices is a critical factor in determining the strength properties of fiber-reinforced concrete structural elements.

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