Modeling of Inelastic Behavior of RC Structures Under Seismic Loads

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P. Benson Shing, Tada-aki Tanabe
ASCE Publications, Jan 1, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 632 pages

Proceedings of the U.S.?Japan Seminar on Post-Peak Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Structures Subjected to Seismic Loads: Recent Advances and Challenges on Analysis and Design, held in Tokyo and Lake Yamanaka, Japan, October 25-29, 1999. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, U.S.A.; Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; Japan Concrete Institute.

This collection presents the latest ideas and findings on the inelastic behavior of reinforced concrete (RC) structures from the analysis and design standpoints. These papers discuss state-of-the-art concrete material models and analysis methods that can be used to simulate and understand the inelastic behavior of RC structures, as well as design issues that can improve the seismic performance of these structures. Topics include modeling of concrete behavior; modeling of RC structures (finite element approach and macro-element approach); and experimental studies, analysis, and design issues.

 

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Contents

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF DAMAGE AND PLASTICITY FORMULATIONS FOR CONCRETE
1
PostPeak Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Using Localization Signal
20
Comparison of Concrete Models for Cyclic Loading
38
2D and 3D Multidirectional Cracked Concrete Model under Reversed Cyclic Stresses
56
Analysis of Inelastic Behavior and Failure Modes of Confined Concrete by ElastoPlastic Softening Model
79
A SOFTENING PLASTICITY MODEL OF CONCRETE UNDER NONPROPORTIONAL LOADING
98
MODELING AND SIMULATION OF CONCRETE MATERIALS
116
POSTYIELD BEHAVIOR OF REINFORCED CONCRETE MEMBRANE ELEMENTSTHE HSUZHU RATIOS
139
ShearFlexure Interaction Seismic Analysis and Design
369
Lattice Model Prediction for Ultimate Deformation of RC Columns Subjected to Cyclic Loading
384
Localization Issues in Nonlinear Frame Elements
403
Response Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Frames in Railroad Viaducts Damaged by the HyogoKenNanbu Earthquake
420
Macro Element Approach
435
Experiment and Modeling
454
COMPRESSIVE FRACTURE ENERGY AND FRACTURE ZONE LENGTH OF CONCRETE
471
SIZE EFFECT ON STRESSSTRAIN CURVES OF CONCRETE
488

A Reinforced Concrete Model for Analyzing Inelastic Behavior of RC Members
158
ENTIRE LOADDISPLACEMENT CHARACTERISTICS FOR DIRECT SHEAR FAILURE OF CONCRETE
175
POSTPEAK CYCLIC BEHAVIOR AND DUCTILITY OF REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS
193
Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete in Bridge Seismic Design Practice
217
SMEARED FRACTURE FEANALYSIS OF REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURESTHEORY AND EXAMPLES
234
FEM ANALYSIS FOR STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES
257
FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF RC BEAMCOLUMN BRIDGE CONNECTIONS
276
Development of Lattice Equivalent Continuum Model for Analysis of Cyclic Behavior of Reinforced Concrete
297
Modeling of Shear Behavior of RC Bridge Structures
315
RC BeamColumn FE Including BondSlip
334
Ductility and Failure Modes of Single Reinforced Concrete Columns
351
Experiment FE Analysis and Design Formula
504
Tension Stiffening Effect in RC Beams with Steel Fiber
521
A Summary of Two Different Approaches
536
ThreeDimensional Shear Failure of RC Columns after Cyclic Loading
546
BEHAVIOUR OF CYCLICALLY LOADED SHEAR WALLS
562
SHEAR PERFORMANCE OF PRESTRESSED RC INTERIOR BEAMCOLUMN JOINTS
580
Control of Residual Displacements of RC Piers by Prestressing
590
Relationship between Bond and Splitting Force of Deformed Bars with Various Surface Deformations
605
Subject Index
621
Author Index
623
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