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Seismic Evaluation of RC Special Shear Wall with Improved Reinforcement Details in Boundary Elements
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Seismic Evaluation of RC Special Shear Wall with Improved Reinforcement Details in Boundary Elements
Chun, Young-Soo;
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 Abstract
This paper summarizes the seismic performance of two shear walls with different reinforcement details in boundary elements. One is a special shear wall designed by KBC2009 and the other is a shear wall with improved reinforcement details in boundary elements, which is a newly proposed type of special shear wall. Experimental tests under cyclic reversed loading were carried out with two 2/3 scale shear walls which were modelled from the lower part of seismic-resisting shear wall in 22-stories wall-slab apartment building. The experimental results show that seismic performance of shear wall with improved reinforcement details was almost similar to that of special shear wall with respect to the moment-drift ratio. However, energy dissipation capacity and ductility were slightly different. Also, shear wall with improved reinforcement details in boundary elements satisfied the inter-story drift limit of 1.5% from KBC2009.
 Keywords
Special Shear Wall;Boundary Element;Relaxed Reinforcement Detail;Seismic Performance;
 Language
Korean
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