Correlation of Experimental and Analytical Inelastic Responses of A 1:12 Scale 10-Story Reinforced Concrete Frame-Wall Structure ;;;
Reinforced concrete structural walls are widely known to provide an efficient lateral load resistance and drift control. However, many reported researches on them are mostly limited to the RC structural walls reinforced according to seismic details. When the pushover analysis technique is used for the prediction of inelastic behavior of frame-wall structures for the seismic evaluation of existing buildings having non-seismic details, the reliability of this analysis method should be checked by the test results. The objective of this study is to verify the correlation between the experimental and analytical responses of a high-rise reinforced concrete frame-wall structure having non-seismic details by using DRAIN-2DX program and the test results performed previously. It is concluded that the behavior of the frame-wall model is mainly affected by the fixed-end rotation(uplift at base) and bending deformation of the wall and that the analysis with the LINKS model in DRAIN-2DX describes them with good reliability.
pushover analysis;inelastic behavior;shearwall;uplift;correlation of experiment and analysis;fixed-end rotation;
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