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Large Displacement Behaviors of Foam-Insulated Concrete Sandwich Panels Subjected to Uniform Pressure
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 Title & Authors
Large Displacement Behaviors of Foam-Insulated Concrete Sandwich Panels Subjected to Uniform Pressure
Kang, Jun-Suk; Won, Deok-Hee; Kang, Young-Jong;
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 Abstract
This study examined the structural behaviors of foam insulated concrete sandwich panels subjected to uniform pressure. Finite element models were used to simulate the detailed shear resistance of connectors and the nonlinear behaviors of concrete, foam and rebar components. The models were then validated using data from static tests performed at the University of Missouri. Both composite and non-composite action had a significant effect on the response of the foam insulated concrete sandwich panels, indicating that the simulated shear tie resistance should indeed be incorporated in numerical analyses. The modeling approach used here conveniently simulated the structural behaviors during all loading stages (elastic, yielding, ultimate and post-failure) and was compatible with the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Code and existing design practices. The results of this study will therefore provide useful guidelines for the analysis and design of foam insulated sandwich panels under both static and dynamic loadings.
 Keywords
insulated sandwich panel; Finite element model; Composite; Non-composite;
 Language
English
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