Repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete columns

Suleiman, Ramadan E


Reinforced concrete rectangular members subjected to pure torsion.
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Seismic upgrading of reinforced concrete frames with structural steel elements
Özçelik, Ramazan; Binici, Barış; Department of Civil Engineering (2011)
This thesis examines the seismic internal retrofitting of existing deficient reinforced concrete (RC) structures by using structural steel members. Both experimental and numerical studies were performed. The strengthening methods utilized with the scope of this work are chevron braces, internal steel frames (ISFs), X-braces and column with shear plate. For this purpose, thirteen strengthened and two as built reference one bay one story portal frame specimens having 1/3 scales were tested under constant grav...
Strengthening of reinforced concrete frames with reinforced concrete infills
Altın, Sinan; Ersoy, Uğur; Department of Civil Engineering (1990)
Detailed evaluation of an existing reinforced concrete building damaged under its own weight
Bayraktar, Atilla; Yakut, Ahmet; Department of Civil Engineering (2011)
A significant part of the Turkey’s building inventory consists of reinforced concrete frame structures. In addition to that a big part of the existing building inventory in Turkey shows insufficiency in seismic performance damage or failure of structures under their own loads has also been observed. The failure of Zümrüt Apartment building that occurred in 2004 in Konya and resulted in the death of 92 people brings the necessity of researches on robustness and reserve capacities of the buildings under gravi...
Implementation of coupled thermal and structural analysis methods for reinforced concrete structures
Albostan, Utku; Kurç, Özgür; Department of Civil Engineering (2013)
Temperature gradient causes volume change (elongation/shortening) in concrete structures. If the movement of the structure is restrained, significant stresses may occur on the structure. These stresses may be so significant that they can cause considerable cracking at structural components of large concrete structures. Thus, during the design of a concrete structure, the actual temperature gradient in the structure should be obtained in order to compute the stress distribution on the structure due to therma...
Citation Formats
R. E. Suleiman, “Repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete columns,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1991.