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Experimental Assessment of Numerical Models for Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls with Deficient Details
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Experimental Assessment of Numerical Models for Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls with Deficient Details
Jeon, Seong-Ha; Park, Ji-Hun;
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 Abstract
Reinforced concrete shear walls with deficient reinforcement details are tested under cyclic loading. The deficiency of reinforcement details includes insufficient splice length in U-stirrups at the ends of horizontal reinforcement and boundary column dowel bars found in existing low- to mid-rise Korean buildings designed non-seismically. Three test specimens have rectangular, babel and flanged sections, respectively. Flexure- and shear-controlled models for reinforced concrete shear walls specified in ASCE/SEI 41-13 are compared with the flexural and shear components of force-displacement relation extracted separately from the top displacement of the specimen based on the displacement data measured at diverse locations. Modification of the shear wall models in ASCE/SEI 41-13 is proposed in order to account for the effect of bar slip, cracking loads in flexure and shear. The proposed modification shows better approximation of the test results compared to the original models.
 Keywords
Reinforced concrete shear wall;Deficient details;Cyclic loading test;Seismic performance evaluation;
 Language
Korean
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