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Analytical performance evaluation of modified inclined studs for steel plate concrete wall subjected to cyclic loads
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  • Journal title : Computers and Concrete
  • Volume 17, Issue 2,  2016, pp.227-240
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/cac.2016.17.2.227
 Title & Authors
Analytical performance evaluation of modified inclined studs for steel plate concrete wall subjected to cyclic loads
Lim, Jin-Sun; Jeong, Young-Do; Nam, Jin-Won; Kim, Chun-Ho; Yi, Seong-Tae;
 Abstract
An analytical study was conducted to investigate the effect of the shape and spacing of modified inclined studs used as shear connector between concrete and steel plate on the cyclic behavior of steel plate concrete (SC) shear wall. 9 different analysis cases were adopted to determine the optimized shape and spacing of stud. As the results, the skeleton curves were obtained from the load-displacement hysteresis curves, and the ultimate and yielding strengths were increased as the spacing of studs decrease. In addition, the strength of inclined studs is shown to be bigger compared to that of conventional studs. The damping ratios increased as the decrease of stiffness ratio. Finally, with decreasing the spacing distance of studs, the cumulative dissipated energy was increased and the seismic performance was improved.
 Keywords
modified inclined stud;steel plate concrete;shape;spacing;cumulative dissipated energy;seismic performance;
 Language
English
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