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Seismic behavior of steel frames with lightweight-low strength industrialized infill walls
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  • Journal title : Earthquakes and Structures
  • Volume 9, Issue 6,  2015, pp.1273-1290
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/eas.2015.9.6.1273
 Title & Authors
Seismic behavior of steel frames with lightweight-low strength industrialized infill walls
Zahrai, Seyed Mehdi; Khalili, Behnam Gholipour; Mousavi, Seyed Amin;
 Abstract
JK wall is a shear wall made of lightweight EPS mortar and reinforced with a 3-D galvanized steel mesh, called JK panel, and truss-like stiffeners, called JK stiffeners. Earlier studies have shown that low strength lightweight concrete has the potential to be used in structural elements. In this study, seismic contribution of the JK infill walls surrounded by steel frames is numerically investigated. Adopting a hybrid numerical model, behavior envelop of the wall is derived from the general purpose finite element software, Abaqus. Obtained backbone would be implemented in the professional analytical software, SAP2000, in which through calibrated hysteretic parameters, cyclic behavior of the JK infill can be simulated. Through comparison with earlier experimental results, it turned out that the proposed hybrid modeling can simulate monotonic and cyclic behavior of JK walls with good accuracy. JK infills have a panel-type configuration which their dominant failure mode would be ductile in flexure. Finally technical and economical advantages of the proposed JK infills are assessed for two representative multistory buildings. It is revealed that JK infills can reduce maximum inter-story drifts as well as residual drifts at the expense of minor increase in the developed base shear.
 Keywords
infill walls;JK wall;EPS concrete;lightweight concrete;hysteretic behavior;
 Language
English
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