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Design of Boundary Confinement of Structural Walls
Kang, Su-Min; Park, Hong-Gun;
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For a performance-based design of structural walls, it is necessary to develop a rational design method for determining the length and detail of boundary confinement so as to satisfy the given ductility demand. In the present study, the curvature capacity of a structural wall with boundary confinement was estimated considering the effects of various design parameters. The curvature demand of the plastic hinge corresponding to the given design displacement was also determined. By equalizing the curvature capacity to the demand, a design method for determining the length of boundary confinement, was developed. According to the design method, the length of boundary confinement increases as axial compressive load and design displacement increase, and as concrete strength, wall thickness, amount of lateral reinforcement and aspect ratio decrease. A study was performed on details for effective lateral confinement of walls with rectangular cross-section. Based on the findings, design guidelines on spacings of ties and cross-ties were proposed.
confinement;ductility;reinforced concrete;seismic design;structural wall;boundary element;
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