Modeling and Software Issues for Pushover Analysis of RC Structures

Wight, James K.
Burak Bakır, Burcu
Canbolat, Bekir Afşin
Liang, Xuemei


Modeling and software issues for pushover analysis of RC structures
Wıght, James K; Burak Bakır, Burcu; Canbolat, Bekir Afşin; Lıang, Xuemeı (null; 1999-09-13)
The implementation of performance-based design procedures for the seismic-resistant design of reinforced concrete (RC) structures requires the use of accurate and consistent analysis software. The software should be able to incorporate a variety of RC members, reinforcing details, material models and failure modes. In addition to developing a global force vs. deformation relation for the structure, the software should store information on the inelastic behavior of individual members. This paper surveys soft...
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The facilities layout problem, which is an integral part of facilities design, aims to spatially locate the production units within a facility subject to some design criteria and area limitations, with one or multiple objectives. In this study, the layout problem is reviewed in detail, with an emphasis on the dynamic environment it operates in. Despite the fact that layouts within the context of changing manufacturing requirements represent the problem better, the single period block layout problem is obser...
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This work focuses on modeling and real-time control of a motion simulator for dynamic testing of a two-axis gyro-stabilized head mirror used in modern tanks. For this purpose, a six-degree-of freedom Stewart Platform which can simulate disturbances on the stabilized head mirror during operation of the tank is employed. Mathematical models of the Stewart Platform are constructed using MATLAB and ADAMS. Control system infrastructure is constructed and real-time control system elements are employed. Controller...
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Lifecycle building performance assessment (LBPA) ensures that buildings perform and operate as intended during building lifecycle. Such assessment activities are typically multi-phase and multi-disciplinary, and generate large amounts of information that need efficient management. During the lifecycle of one building, multiple assessment methods are employed semi-concurrently and with a great deal of information overlap between successive phases. This information is semantically rich and context-dependent, ...
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In general, a common reference architecture can be derived for Software as a Service (SaaS). However, while designing particular applications one may derive various application design alternatives from the same reference SaaS architecture specification. To meet the required functional and nonfunctional requirements of different enterprise applications it is important to model the possible design so that a feasible alternative can be defined. In this paper, we propose a systematic approach and corresponding ...
Citation Formats
J. K. Wight, B. Burak Bakır, B. A. Canbolat, and X. Liang, Modeling and Software Issues for Pushover Analysis of RC Structures. 1999.