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Evaluation of the Seismic Performance for Domestic URM Buildings Using Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis
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Evaluation of the Seismic Performance for Domestic URM Buildings Using Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis
Baek, Eun-Rim; Kim, Jung-Hyun; Lee, Sang-Ho;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the seismic performance of domestic unreinforced masonry(URM) buildings using nonlinear dynamic analysis. For that, the nonlinear hysteresis models suggested in the previous research were validated for the dynamic analysis. The results of the shaking table test were compared with the dynamic analysis results using the suggested nonlinear hysteresis models. As a result, the nonlinear hysteresis models were expected to be applicable to the dynamic analysis of URM buildings. Based on the models, the dynamic analysis of domestic URM buildings varying the number of stories and opening ratio was carried out. The analysis results showed that most of the domestic URM buildings were very vulnerable to design earthquake in Korea.
 Keywords
URM;Seismic performance;Hysteresis model;Nonlinear dynamic analysis;Opening ratio;
 Language
Korean
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