The Effect of Displacement History on the Performance of Concrete Columns in Flexure

Acun, Bora
Sucuoğlu, Haluk


The Effect of Displacement History on the Performance of Concrete Columns in Flexure
Acun, Bora; Sucuoğlu, Haluk (2009-07-01)
Six full scale column specimens designed for pure flexure failure were tested under severe cyclic displacement histories. Typical column designs were employed in the tests representing code conforming columns. The main variable in the experiments was the imposed displacement histories. The deformation-based performance limits proposed by Eurocode 8 predicted the experimental performance of code-conforming columns quite well, whereas ASCE/SEI 41 performance limits appeared to be highly conservative in predic...
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Citation Formats
B. Acun and H. Sucuoğlu, The Effect of Displacement History on the Performance of Concrete Columns in Flexure. 2010, p. 382.