Paper Title:
The Study of Axial Compression Ratio Impact on Steel Reinforced Concrete Pressure Twist Component
  Abstract

As Steel reinforced concrete (SRC) structure has a good prospect in Practical engineering, large number of studies carried out home and abroad, as for the study of the Steel reinforced concrete composite torsion , research data is not mature at present time. This paper analyzed the steel reinforced concrete members’ Torsion properties under combined force by method of the finite element analysis. Considering the main affecting factors like compression ratio to reveal the SRC structures under the force of monotonic torque’s characteristics of the damage and capacity, etc.

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Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 368-373)
Chapter
Chapter 2: Disaster Prevention and Reduction of Civil Engineering
Edited by
Qing Yang, Li Hua Zhu, Jing Jing He, Zeng Feng Yan and Rui Ren
Pages
1245-1248
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.368-373.1245
Citation
J. M. Liu, X. Y. Xing, Z. W. Liu, "The Study of Axial Compression Ratio Impact on Steel Reinforced Concrete Pressure Twist Component", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 368-373, pp. 1245-1248, 2012
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October 2011
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