ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Steel Plate Characteristic Effecting on Composite Coupled Beam at Concrete Shear Wall
Composite couple beams are the concrete elements consisting of longitudinal bars and steel plate, therefore suitable for shear transferring in couple shear walls with arranged gates in its height. In this paper, after modeling couple beams with and without steel plates with F.E methods and calibration the models with experimental results, effects of parameters such as thickness, height, length and yielding strength of the steel plates located in concrete couple composite beam have been investigated on the ductility, energy dissipation and capacity. The results were illustrated that if the plate thickness would be increased by four times, ductility and energy dissipation capacity were decreased 15.6 and 14.7 percent and also loading capacity was enhanced up to 25 percent, respectively. And also the plate height and length didn’t have influence on above mentioned parameters. Furthermore, by 80 and 280 percent enhancement in yielding plate strength, ductility and energy dissipation capacity were decline 10.8 to 23.9 and 8.9 to 21.7 percent and also 19, 33 percent enhancement in loading capacity was happened.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_10_f7f8fc47cb13d50ed53fa33179bebeca.pdf
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10.22075/jrce.2015.10
Composite beams
Steel plate
Energy dissipation
Shear walls
F.E. method
Ductility
Mohammad-Kazem
Sharbatdar
msharbatdar@semnan.ac.ir
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Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mohammad Ali
Kafi
mkafi@semnan.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
Amin
Behrad
behrad@yahoo.com
true
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Graduated M.Sc. Student of Structural Eng., Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Graduated M.Sc. Student of Structural Eng., Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Graduated M.Sc. Student of Structural Eng., Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Fortney, P.J., Shahrouz, B.M., Rassati, G.A. (2006). “The next generation of coupling beams”. Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete V, ASCE, pp. 619-630.
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[2] Gong, B., Harris, K.A., Shahrouz, B.M. (2000). “Behaviors and design of reinforced concrete, steel, and steel-concrete coupling beams”. Earthquake Spectra, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 775-99.
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[3] Gong, B., Shahrouz, B.M. (2001). “Concrete-steel composite coupling beams I: Component testing”. Journal of structural Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 127, No. 6, pp. 625-31.
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[4] Harris, K.A., Mitchell, D., Cook, W.D., Redwood, R.G. (1993). “Seismic response of steel beams coupling concrete walls”. Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 119, No. 12, pp. 3611-29.
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[5] Riazi, M. (2003). “Modeling concrete couple beams with regular reinforcement at shear walls”, M.S. Thesis, Ferdosi University, Iran.
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[6] Mahzarnia, S.H. (2003). “Investigation of shear walls behavior with steel couple beams”. M.S. Thesis, Semnan University, Iran.
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Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference System Models for Predicting the Shear Strength of Reinforced Concrete Deep Beams
A reinforced concrete member in which the total span or shear span is especially small in relation to its depth is called a deep beam. In this study, a new approach based on the Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS) is used to predict the shear strength of reinforced concrete (RC) deep beams. A constitutive relationship was obtained correlating the ultimate load with seven mechanical and geometrical parameters. These parameters contain Web width, Effective depth, Shear span to depth ratio, Concrete compressive strength, Main reinforcement ratio, Horizontal shear reinforcement ratio and Vertical shear reinforcement ratio.The ANFIS model is developed based on 214 experimental database obtained from the literature. The data used in the present study, out of the total data, 80% was used for training the model and 20% for checking to validate the model. The results indicated that ANFIS is an effective method for predicting the shear strength of reinforced concrete (RC) deep beams and has better accuracy and simplicity compared to the empirical methods.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_355_40c965c7a2c3c8f694b788dee531ccaf.pdf
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10.22075/jrce.2015.355
Shear strength
RC deep beams
Adaptive Neural Fuzzy Inference System (ANFIS)
Atieh
Khajeh
atiehkhajeh@gmail.com
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M.S student, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
M.S student, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
M.S student, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
AUTHOR
Seyed Roohollah
Mousavi
s.r.mousavi@eng.usb.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, zahedan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mehrollah
Rakhshani Mehr
rakhsh_77@yahoo.com
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Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Alzahra, Tehran, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Alzahra, Tehran, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Alzahra, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
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[5] Pal, M., Deswal,S.. (2011)."Support vector regression based shear strength modeling of deep beams". Comput Struct, Vol. 89, pp. 1430–1439.
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[6] Ashour,AF., Alvarez, LF., Toropov, VV.. (2003). "Empirical modeling of shear strength of RC deep beams by genetic programming". ComputStruct, Vol. 81, pp. 331–338.
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[8] ACI-318.(1995)."Building Code Requirements for Reinforced Concrete (ACI 318 M-95) and Commentary".ACI 318RM-95, American Concrete Institute.
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[10] ACI-318, 318-08.(2008)."Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary, American Concrete Institute".
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[14] Park,JW., Kuchma, D.. (2007). " Strut-and-tie model analysis for strength prediction of deep beams". ACI StructJ, Vol. 104, pp. 657–666.
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[21] Kim,JI., Kim, DK., Feng, MQ. And Yazdani F..(2004)."Application of neural networks for estimation of concrete strength".J. Mater. Civ. Eng., Vol. 16, pp. 257–264.
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[25] Abdalla,JA.,Elsanosi, A. and Abdelwahab A..(2007)."Modeling and simulation of shear resistance of RC beams using artificial neural network".J. Franklin Inst, Vol. 344, pp. 741–756.
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Steel Buildings Damage Classification by damage spectrum and Decision Tree Algorithm
Results of damage prediction in buildings can be used as a useful tool for managing and decreasing seismic risk of earthquakes. In this study, damage spectrum and C4.5 decision tree algorithm were utilized for damage prediction in steel buildings during earthquakes. In order to prepare the damage spectrum, steel buildings were modeled as a single-degree-of-freedom (SDOF) system and time-history nonlinear analysis was carried out to develop a set of SDOF structures. Then, damage index was used to prepare the damage spectrum. Data parameters required for training and evaluating the C4.5 decision tree algorithm were obtained from the results of damage spectra for steel structures and using Krawinkler damage index Also, two decision trees were trained based on quantitative indices. The first decision tree determined whether damage occurred in buildings or not and the second predicted severity of damage as repairable, beyond repair, or collapse. decision tree classification algorithm was used to predict damage to steel structures.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_356_da0f1757313e3374cce599aad5e0ba94.pdf
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Damage prediction
Damage index
Steel buildings
Decision tree algorithm
Seyed Amir Hossein
Hashemi
a.hashemi@srbiau.ac.ir
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Department of Civil Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Gholamreza
Ghodrati Amiri
ghodrati@iust.ac.ir
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Professor, School of Civil Engineering Iran University of Science & Technology
Professor, School of Civil Engineering Iran University of Science & Technology
Professor, School of Civil Engineering Iran University of Science & Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Farzaneh
Hamedi
hamedi@ikiu.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Imam Khomeini International University, Qazvin, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Riddell, R.Garcia, JE.Garces, E.( 2002)."Inelastic deformation response of SDOF systems subjected to earthquakes". Earthquake Eng Struct Dyn, 515,pp.31–38.
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[2] Karbassi, A. Mohebi, B. Rezaee, S. Lestuzzi, P. (2014). "Damage prediction for regular reinforced concrete buildings using the decision tree algorithm". Computers and Structures ,130, 46–56.
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[3] Amziane, S., Dube, JF.(2008)." Global RC structural damage index based on the assessment of local material damage". J Adv Concr Technol,6,459–68.
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[4] Wahalthantri, BL.Thambiratnam, DP. Chan, THT. Fawzia, S.(2012)."An improved method to detect damage using modal strain energy based damage index". Adv Struct Eng,15,727–42.
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[5] Benavent-Climent,. A.( 2011)."A seismic index method for vulnerability assessment of existing frames: application to RC structures with wide beams in Spain". Bull Earthquake Eng,9,491–517.
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[6] Bozorgnia,Y. Bertero,V.(2003)."Damage Spectra: Characteristics and Applications to SeismicRisk Reduction". Journal of Structural Engineering, 129, no. 10,1330-1340.
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[7] Elenas. A. Meskouris, K. (2001)." Correlation study between seismic acceleration parameters and damage indices of structures". Eng Struct,23,698–704.
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[8] Ghobarah, A. and Osman, A.( 1995)." Seismic Damage Assesment in Low-Rise Steel Moment Resisting Frames". 10th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering.
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[9] DiPasquale, E. Cakmak, AS. (1987)."Detection and assessment of seismic structural damage".State University of New York at Buffalo, National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research.
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[10] McCabe, SL.Hall ,WJ. (1989)."Assessment of seismic structural damage". J Struct Eng ASCE 115,2166–2183.
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[11] Krawinkler, H. Zohrei, M. (1983)."Cumulative Damage in Steel Structures Subjected to Earthquake Ground Motions. Computers and Structures".,16, 531-541.
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[12] Building and Housing Research Center (BHRC), http://www.bhrc.ir/.
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[13] Hashemi, S. A. H. Ghodrati Amiri ,G. Mohebi, B. Hamedi, F. (2014)."Developing the attenuation relation for damage spectrum in X-braced steel structures with neural network. JVE. Internationalltd".Journal of Vibroengineering , 16, 8. 3879-3900
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[14] Witten, IH. Frank, E. Hall, MA. (2011).,"Data mining: practical machine learning tools andtechniques". 3rd ed. Burlington: Morgan Kaufmann.
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[17] Matlab (7.6.0.324(R2008a)).[The Language of Technical Computing].USA:Math Works, Inc,U.S. patents.
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Achievement of Minimum Seismic Damage for Zipper Braced Frames Based on Uniform Deformations Theory
When structures are subjected to strong ground motion excitations, structural elements may be prone to yielding, and consequently experience significant levels of inelastic behavior. The effects of inelastic behavior on the distribution of peak floor loads are not explicitly accounted for in current seismic code procedures. During recent years, many studies have been conducted to develop new design procedures for different types of buildings through proposing improved design lateral load patterns. One of the most important parameters of structural damage in performance-based seismic design is to limit the extent of structural damages (maximum inter-story ductility ratio) in the system and distribute them uniformly along the height of the structures. In this paper, a practical method is developed for optimum seismic design of zipper-braced frames (ZBF) subjected to seismic excitations. More efficient seismic design is obtained by redistributing material from strong to weak parts of a structure until a state of uniform ductility ratio (damage) prevails. By applying the proposed design algorithm on 5, 10 and 15‐storey zipper-braced frames subjected to 10 synthetic seismic excitations, the efficiency of the proposed method is investigated for specific synthetic seismic excitations. The results indicate that, for a constant structural weight, the structures designed according to the proposed optimization algorithm experience up to 50% less global ductility ratio (damage) compared with code-based design structures.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_357_00a10097539bc2d49ca1f45ef326a610.pdf
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10.22075/jrce.2015.357
Zipper-braced Frame structures
maximum damage
uniform ductility distribution
inelastic behavior
strong ground motion excitation
Javad
Vaseghi Amiri
vaseghi@nit.ac.ir
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Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mojtaba
Esmaeilnia Amiri
m.e.amiri.ac@gmail.com
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Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Babol University of Technology, Babol, Iran
AUTHOR
Behnoud
Ganjavi
b.ganjavi@umz.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Mazandaran, Babolsar, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Green, N.B. (1981). “Earthquake Resistant Building Design and Construction”. Second Edition, Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York.
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[2] Hart, G.C. (2000). “Earthquake forces for the lateral force code”. The structural Designof Tall Buildings, Vol. 9, pp. 49-64.
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[3] Chopra, A.K. (2001). “Dynamics of structures, Theory and Applications to EarthquakeEngineering”. 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall Inc., London.
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[4] Mahin, S.A. (1998). “Lessons from damage to steel buildings during the Northridgeearthquake”. Engineering Structures, Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 261-270.
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[5] Building Seismic Safety Council (BSSC). “National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program (NEHRP)”. Recommended Provisions for Seismic Regulations for 348 New Buildings and Other Structures-Part 2: Commentary (FEMA450–2), Federal Emergency Management Agency, Washington, D. C, 2003.
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[7] UBC (1997). “Structural engineering design provisions. In: Uniform building code”. International conference of building officials, Vol.2.
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[8] Park, K., Medina, RA. (2007). “Conceptual seismic design of regular frames based on the concept of uniform damage”. Journal of Structural Engineering (ASCE) 133(7): 945-955.
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[9] Chopra, A.K. (2012), “Dynamics of structures, Theory and Applications to EarthquakeEngineering”. 4th Edition, Prentice Hall Inc., London.
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[10] Leelataviwat, S., Goel, SC. and Stojadinovic´ B. (1999). “Toward performance-based seismic design of structures”. Earthquake Spectra, 15; 435-461.
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[11] Lee, SS, and Goel, SC. (2001). “Performance-Based Design of Steel Moment Frames Using Target Drift and Yield Mechanism”. Report No. UMCEE 01-17, Department of Civil and nvironmental Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
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[12] Mohammadi, RK., El-Naggar, MH., Moghaddam, H. (2004). “Optimum Strength Distribution for Seismic Resistant Shear Buildings”. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 41: 6597–6612.
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[13] Ganjavi, B., Vaseghi Amiri, J., Ghodrati Amiri, G., Yahyazadeh Ahmadi, Q. (2008). “Distribution of drift, hysteretic energy and damage in reinforced concrete buildings with uniform strength ratio”. The 14th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Beijing, China.
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[14] Hajirasouliha, I. and Moghaddam, H. (2009). “New lateral force distribution for seismic design of structures”. Journal of Structural Engineering (ASCE) 135(8): 906–915.
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[15] Goel, SC., Liao, WC., Bayat, MR., and Chao, SH. (2010). “Performance-Based Plastic Design (PBPD) Method for Earthquake-Resistant Structures: An Overview”. Structural Design of Tall Special Buildings, 19: 115-137.
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[16] Mohammadi, RK., Ghasemof, A. (2015). “Performance-Based Design Optimization Using Uniform Deformation Theory: A Comparison Study”. Latin American of Solids and Structures, Vol. 12.
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[17] Ganjavi, B. and Hao, H., (2013). “Optimum lateral load pattern for elastic seismic design of buildings incorporating soil structure interaction effects”. Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 42(6):913-933.
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[18] Ganjavi, B., (2015). “Optimal Structural Weight for Flexible-Base Buildings under Strong Ground Motion Excitations”. Asian Journal of Civil Engineering, (In press)
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[19] Khatib, IF., Mahin, SA., Pister, KS. (1988). “SeismicBehavior of Concentrically Braced Steel Frames, Earthquake Engineering Research Center”. Report no. UCB/EERC-88/01 University of California, Berkeley.
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[20] Tremblay, R., Tirca, L. (2003). “Behavior and Design of Multi-Story Zipper Concentrically Braced Steel Frames for the Mitigation of Soft-Story Response”. in: Proceedings of the Conference on Behavior of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas, pp. 471–7.
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[21] Yang, C., Leon, R., DesRoches, R. (2008). “Design and Behavior of Zipper-Braced Frames”. Engineering Structures, 30, pp. 1092-1100.
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[22] Sabelli, R. (2001). “Research on Improving the Design and Analysis of Earthquake Resistant Steel-Braced Frames”. Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, NEHRP Fellowship Report No. PF2000-9. Oakland, California.
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[23] ASCE7-10 (2010). “Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures”. American Society of Civil Engineers: Reston, VA.
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[24] American Institute of Steel Construction (2005). “Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings”. AISC Seismic, Chicago.
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[25] Mazzoni, S., McKenna, F., Scott, MH., Fenves, GL. (2014). “OpenSEES Command Language Manual, Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center”. http://opensees.berkeley.edu.
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[26] Uriz, P., Mahin, S. (2004). “Summary of test results for UC Berkeley special concentric braced frame specimen No. 1 (SCBF-1)”.
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[27] SeismoMatch (2014). “A computer program for adjusting earthquake records to match a specific target response spectrum”. Available from: http://www.seismosoft.com.
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[28] Chandler, A.M., Lam, T.K. (2001). “Performance-based design in earthquake engineering: a multi-disciplinary review”. Engineering Structures, No. 23, pp.1525-1543.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Determining the Relative Importance of Parameters Affecting Concrete Pavement Thickness
Spending costs in construction of road pavements has turned this subject into one of the significant points in transportation infrastructure of countries. Concrete slabs consider as a paving method with ability of reducing the rehabilitation needs. Therefore, to manage costs and optimize the thickness of concrete pavements, recognizing the amount of determinative factors’ influence will be required. A study with the aim of determining the influence of traffic parameters, type of subgrade soil and the base layer thickness on the concrete pavement slab thickness can provide the choice of best concrete pavement design. For this purpose, the PCASE software has been used in this paper to construct sufficient number of numerical examples, 288 specimens, with taking into account the number of equivalent single axle, the subgrade modulus of concrete pavement construction place and the base layer thickness. These samples are considered as the basis of training and testing an artificial neural network and the level of pavement design parameters importance is relatively determined on the results of optimal neural network. The method used in this paper for calculating the relative importance of each parameter involved in the concrete pavement thickness indicates that the parameters of base layer thickness and the number of equivalent single axle have the lowest and highest level of influence, with the values of about 21 and 42 percent, respectively. The obtained results are also compatible with concepts and structural features of concrete pavements.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_358_7618e070d4bc0cf4e0f7a098738c827d.pdf
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Concrete pavement
pavement design
PCASE
neural network
relative importance
Golamali
Shafabakhsh
shafabakhsh@semnan.ac.ir
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Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Hossein
Naderpour
naderpour@semnan.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
Reza
Noroozi
rno470@gmail.com
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Ph.D. student, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Ph.D. student, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
Ph.D. student, Department of Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran
AUTHOR
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Fatigue Behavior Analysis of Asphalt Mixes Containing Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) Steel Slag
This research was conducted in order to evaluate fatigue behavior of asphalt mixes containing Electric Arc Furnace (EAF) steel slag. After initial evaluation of the properties of EAF steel slag using X-ray Diffraction (XRD) and Scanning Electric Microscope (SEM), six sets of laboratory mixtures were prepared. Each set were treated replacing various portions of limestone aggregates of the mix with EAF steel slag. Four point bending beam fatigue tests were performed in both controlled strain and stress mode of loading at various strain and stress levels to characterize the fatigue behavior of asphalt mixes containing different percentages of EAF slag. Different approaches based on stiffness and dissipated energy were used to analyze the fatigue tests data. The results show that the inclusion of EAF in mixes improved the fatigue life considerably under both stress and strain control mode of loading. In the stress control mode, very good correlations were observed between responses and fatigue life of mixes. However, correlation coefficients in the strain control mode were relatively lower than those in the stress control mode (particularly in the tests that were based on 50% reduction of initial stiffness).
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_364_8dbd018220ddc9356f9ba47aa04bdad4.pdf
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10.22075/jrce.2016.364
EAF slag
Fatigue
Strain and stress control
Fatigue model
Amir
Kavussi
kavussia@modares.ac.ir
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Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Associate Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Morteza
Jalili Qazizadeh
m.jalili@qiet.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Quchan University of Advanced Technology, Quchan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Quchan University of Advanced Technology, Quchan, Iran
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Quchan University of Advanced Technology, Quchan, Iran
AUTHOR
Abolfazl
Hassani
hassani@modares.ac.ir
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Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
Professor, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Yongjie, X., Shaopeng, W., Haobo, H., Jin, Z. (2006). “Experimental investigation of basic oxygen furnace slag used as aggregate in asphalt mixture”. Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol. 138, pp. 261–268.
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[3] Sofilić, T., Rastovčan-Mioč, A., Ćosić, M., Merle, V., Mioč, B., Sofilić, U. (2010). “EAF steel slag application posibilities in croatian asphalt mixture production”. Chemical Engineering Transactions, Vol. 19, 1-7.
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[4] Waligora, J., Bulteel, D., Degrugilliers, P., Damidot, D. (2010). “Chemical and mineralogical characterizations of LD converter steel slags: A multi-analytical technique approach”. Materials Characterization, Vol. 61, pp. 39 – 48.
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[5] Ziari, H., Khabiri, MM. (2007). “Preventive Maintenance of Flexible Pavement and Mechanical Properties of Steel Slag Asphalt”. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, Vol. 15, pp. 188–192.
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[7] You, Z., Buttlar, W. (2004). “Discrete Element Modeling to Predict the Modulus of Asphalt Concrete Mixtures”. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, Vol. 16, Special Issue: Micromechanical Characterization And Constitutive Modeling Of Asphalt Mixes, pp. 140–146.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Strut-and-Tie Method for Prediction of Ultimate Shear Capacity of Shear-Strengthened RC deep beams with FRP
The main objective of this study is to propose the Strut-and-Tie method (STM) to predict the shear capacity of simply supported RC deep beams shear-strengthened with carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP). It is assumed that, the total carried shear force by shear-strengthened RC deep beam provided by three independent resistance, namely diagonal concrete strut due to Strut-and-tie mechanism, and the equivalent resisting force resulted by with web reinforcement and FRP layer. The STM approach is regressioned with 104 specimens shear-strengthened with different scheme which are modelled and analyzed through the Non Linear finite elements method and analyzed according under Push over load. For verifying of the accuracy of proposed method, it was used to determine the shear capacity of specimens which have been tested by other researchers. Obtained results were compared with experimental data, that this comparison indicate the proposed method is capable to predict the shear strength of strengthened deep beams with externally bonded (EB) CFRP with acceptable accuracy.
http://civiljournal.semnan.ac.ir/article_366_20261d212855c723f24e62b28809a366.pdf
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10.22075/jrce.2015.366
Shear strengthening CFRP
Strut-and-tie
deep beams
Masumeh
Bahrami
masumehbahrami@yahoo.com
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M.Sc, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
M.Sc, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
M.Sc, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
AUTHOR
Reza
Aghayari
reza_agh@razi.ac.ir
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Assistant Professor, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
Assistant Professor, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
Assistant Professor, Structural Engineering, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
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[19] Park, J.W. and Kuchma, D. (2007) “Strut-and-Tie Model Analysis for Strength Prediction of Deep Beams”, ACI STRUCTURAL JOURNAL, Vol.105, No. 6, 657-666.
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