Structural puice concrete.

Atasu, M. Levent


Structural lightweight concrete produced with pumice and Leçelik aggregates
Şatana, Onur Alp; Tokyay, Mustafa; Department of Civil Engineering (1994)
Structural lightweight concrete with natural perlite aggregate and perlite powder
Aşık, Mesut; Turanlı, Lutfullah; Department of Civil Engineering (2006)
Structural lightweight aggregate concrete is an important and versatile material, which offers a range of technical, economic and environmental-enhancing and preserving advantages and is designed to become a dominant material in the new millennium. For structural application of lightweight concrete, the density is often more important than the strength. A decreased density for the same strength level reduces the self-weight, foundation size and construction costs. Structural lightweight aggregate concrete g...
Reinforced concrete beams in pure torsion.
Doudak, Edmond; Department of Civil Engineering (1967)
Structural Applications of a Reinforced Concrete Beam-Column-Slab Connection Model for Earthquake Loading
Burak Bakır, Burcu (null; 2008-10-12)
Analytical studies to evaluate the seismic response of reinforced concrete moment resisting frame structures, with and without joint deformations, demonstrated that the predicted inelastic behavior was not accurate when the joint region was assumed to be rigid. One of the main purposes of the research program was to develop a joint model that accounts for deterioration of shear strength and stiffness within the connection region and concentrated rotation due to rebar slip. The experimental data on joint dis...
Concrete masonry construction for houses.
Şansal, Mustafa; Department of Building Sciences (1986)
Citation Formats
M. L. Atasu, “Structural puice concrete.,” Middle East Technical University, 1985.