Concrete class effect on seismic behavior of multi-storey buildings

Tanali, Kaan


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Lababidi, Jamal; Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Department of Civil Engineering (1988)
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Concrete resistance to high velocities and underpressure.
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Lattice simulation of concrete compressive behaviour as indirect tension failure
Aydın, Beyazıt Bestami; Binici, Barış; Tuncay, Kağan (2021-04-01)
A vast number of numerical approaches have been used to simulate the non-linear behaviour of concrete and reinforced concrete members at different scales. Most approaches were based on the finite-element method and have a variety of disadvantages when modelling brittle materials. Thanks to increasing computational power, mesoscale lattice models have been developed to achieve more accurate results for the width and pattern of cracks. Among different element choices for the lattice network, the use of truss ...
Seismic fragilities for non-ductile reinforced concrete frames - Role of aleatoric and epistemic uncertainties
Çelik, Ozan Cem (2010-01-01)
Seismic fragilities are essential to earthquake loss estimation and performance-based earthquake engineering in regions of high seismicity. Construction practices for frames in regions of moderate seismicity are quite different, and such frames have received less attention in the literature. Fragilities for performance levels identified in recent seismic regulations are developed herein for reinforced concrete frames designed for gravity load in low-seismic regions using probabilistic non-linear finite elem...
Citation Formats
K. Tanali, “Concrete class effect on seismic behavior of multi-storey buildings,” Middle East Technical University, 1996.