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Effect of Constitutive Material Models on Seismic Response of Two-Story Reinforced Concrete Frame
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Constitutive Material Models on Seismic Response of Two-Story Reinforced Concrete Frame
Alam, Md. Iftekharul; Kim, Doo-Kie;
 
 Abstract
This paper focuses on the finite element (FE) response sensitivity and reliability analyses considering smooth constitutive material models. A reinforced concrete frame is modeled for FE sensitivity analysis followed by direct differentiation method under both static and dynamic load cases. Later, the reliability analysis is performed to predict the seismic behavior of the frame. Displacement sensitivity discontinuities are observed along the pseudo-time axis using non-smooth concrete and reinforcing steel model under quasi-static loading. However, the smooth materials show continuity in response sensitivity at elastic to plastic transition points. The normalized sensitivity results are also used to measure the relative importance of the material parameters on the structural responses. In FE reliability analysis, the influence of smoothness behavior of reinforcing steel is carefully noticed. More efficient and reasonable reliability estimation can be achieved by using smooth material model compare with bilinear material constitutive model.
 Keywords
finite element analysis;sensitivity analysis;structural reliability;constitutive models;structural response;
 Language
English
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