Vulnerability of Reinforced Masonry Structures in Seismic Regions: An Experimental and Analytical Evaluation of Current Masonry Design Codes

 
9783639213171: Vulnerability of Reinforced Masonry Structures in Seismic Regions: An Experimental and Analytical Evaluation of Current Masonry Design Codes

The overarching goal of the research presented herein is to establish the key behavior mechanisms and seismic vulnerabilities of reinforced masonry (RM) shear walls. Currently, there are knowledge gaps related to partially grouted masonry shear walls, regarding their failure mechanisms, applicability of current code provisions to PG walls, and influence of bidirectional loading on the behavior of such walls. To bridge these gaps a research program that integrated both experimental and analytical approaches was conducted and reported in this book. Results from this study indicated that out-of-plane drifts corresponding to the collapse prevention limit state may reduce the in-plane capacity of PG walls by more than 20%. Although the capacity of PG walls is influenced by out-of-plane drifts, their hysteretic responses, and in particular, energy dissipation and ductility capacities remain nearly unchanged. As a result, the seismic response of PG masonry walls is likely only nominally affected by bi-directional ground motions.

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Descripción Estado de conservación: New. Publisher/Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller | An Experimental and Analytical Evaluation of Current Masonry Design Codes | The overarching goal of the research presented herein is to establish the key behavior mechanisms and seismic vulnerabilities of reinforced masonry (RM) shear walls. Currently, there are knowledge gaps related to partially grouted masonry shear walls, regarding their failure mechanisms, applicability of current code provisions to PG walls, and influence of bidirectional loading on the behavior of such walls. To bridge these gaps a research program that integrated both experimental and analytical approaches was conducted and reported in this book. Results from this study indicated that out-of-plane drifts corresponding to the collapse prevention limit state may reduce the in-plane capacity of PG walls by more than 20%. Although the capacity of PG walls is influenced by out-of-plane drifts, their hysteretic responses, and in particular, energy dissipation and ductility capacities remain nearly unchanged. As a result, the seismic response of PG masonry walls is likely only nominally affected by bi-directional ground motions. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 400 gr | 288 pp. Nº de ref. de la librería K9783639213171

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Descripción VDM Verlag Nov 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. Neuware - The overarching goal of the research presented herein is to establish the key behavior mechanisms and seismic vulnerabilities of reinforced masonry (RM) shear walls. Currently, there are knowledge gaps related to partially grouted masonry shear walls, regarding their failure mechanisms, applicability of current code provisions to PG walls, and influence of bidirectional loading on the behavior of such walls. To bridge these gaps a research program that integrated both experimental and analytical approaches was conducted and reported in this book. Results from this study indicated that out-of-plane drifts corresponding to the collapse prevention limit state may reduce the in-plane capacity of PG walls by more than 20%. Although the capacity of PG walls is influenced by out-of-plane drifts, their hysteretic responses, and in particular, energy dissipation and ductility capacities remain nearly unchanged. As a result, the seismic response of PG masonry walls is likely only nominally affected by bi-directional ground motions. 288 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9783639213171

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Descripción VDM Verlag Nov 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. Neuware - The overarching goal of the research presented herein is to establish the key behavior mechanisms and seismic vulnerabilities of reinforced masonry (RM) shear walls. Currently, there are knowledge gaps related to partially grouted masonry shear walls, regarding their failure mechanisms, applicability of current code provisions to PG walls, and influence of bidirectional loading on the behavior of such walls. To bridge these gaps a research program that integrated both experimental and analytical approaches was conducted and reported in this book. Results from this study indicated that out-of-plane drifts corresponding to the collapse prevention limit state may reduce the in-plane capacity of PG walls by more than 20%. Although the capacity of PG walls is influenced by out-of-plane drifts, their hysteretic responses, and in particular, energy dissipation and ductility capacities remain nearly unchanged. As a result, the seismic response of PG masonry walls is likely only nominally affected by bi-directional ground motions. 288 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9783639213171

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Descripción VDM Verlag, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The overarching goal of the research presented herein is to establish the key behavior mechanisms and seismic vulnerabilities of reinforced masonry (RM) shear walls. Currently, there are knowledge gaps related to partially grouted masonry shear walls, regarding their failure mechanisms, applicability of current code provisions to PG walls, and influence of bidirectional loading on the behavior of such walls. To bridge these gaps a research program that integrated both experimental and analytical approaches was conducted and reported in this book. Results from this study indicated that out-of-plane drifts corresponding to the collapse prevention limit state may reduce the in-plane capacity of PG walls by more than 20 . Although the capacity of PG walls is influenced by out-of-plane drifts, their hysteretic responses, and in particular, energy dissipation and ductility capacities remain nearly unchanged. As a result, the seismic response of PG masonry walls is likely only nominally affected by bi-directional ground motions. Nº de ref. de la librería KNV9783639213171

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