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- Drift capacity of lightly reinforced concrete columns
- Wibowo, A.; Wilson, J. L.; Lam, N. T. K.; Gad, E. F.; Fardipour, M.; Rodsin, K.; Lukkunaprasit, P.
- A lightly reinforced column is commonly believed to be relatively brittle with a very low drift capacity. A research project has been undertaken to investigate collapse behaviour of such columns. The effect of variation of axial load ratio and longitudinal reinforcement ratio on flexural, yield penetration, and shear displacement as components of the drift capacity were observed. Interesting outcomes showed that lightly confined reinforced concrete was able to sustain gravity axial load considerably greater than the code recommendations. Moreover, the present shear predictions available are deficient for lightly reinforced columns, since they tend to overestimate the nominal shear strength of the column.
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- Conference paper
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology. Faculty of Engineering and Industrial Sciences
- Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Australian Earthquake Engineering Society (AEES), Perth, Western Australia, Australia, 26-28 November 2010 / Kevin McCue and Sharon Anderson (eds.)
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- 0905 Civil Engineering; 090504 Earthquake Engineering; 090506 Structural Engineering
- Axial load ratio; Drift capacity; Light confinement reinforcement; Reinforced column tests; Seismic performance
- Australian Earthquake Engineering Society
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- Copyright © 2010 Australian Earthquake Engineering Society. Published version of the paper reproduced here with the kind permission of the publisher.
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