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Nonlinear analysis of the RC structure by higher-order element with the refined plastic hinge
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  • Journal title : Computers and Concrete
  • Volume 17, Issue 5,  2016, pp.579-596
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/cac.2016.17.5.579
 Title & Authors
Nonlinear analysis of the RC structure by higher-order element with the refined plastic hinge
IU, C.K.;
 Abstract
This paper describes a method of the refined plastic hinge approach in the framework of the higher-order element formulation that can efficaciously evaluate the limit state capacity of a whole reinforced concrete structural system using least number of element(s), whereas the traditional design of a reinforced concrete structure (i.e. AS3600; Eurocode 2) is member-based approach. Hence, in regard to the material nonlinearities, the efficient and economical cross-section analysis is provided to evaluate the element section capacity of non-uniform and arbitrary concrete section subjected to the interaction effects, which is helpful to formulate the refined plastic hinge method. In regard to the geometric nonlinearities, this paper relies on the higher-order element formulation with element load effect. Eventually, the load redistribution can be considered and make full use of the strength reserved owing to the redundancy of an indeterminate structure. And it is particularly true for the performance-based design of a structure under the extreme loads, while the uncertainty of the extreme load is great that the true behaviour of a whole structural system is important for the economical design approach, which is great superiority over the conservative optimal strength of an individual and isolated member based on traditional design (i.e. AS3600; Eurocode 2).
 Keywords
refined plastic hinge method;second-order inelastic analysis;one element per member;higher-order element formulation;concrete structures;element load method;
 Language
English
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