Research on Mechanical Behaviors of Composite Frame and Reinforced Concrete Core Hybrid Structures in High-Rise Buildings
For mechanical behaviors of composite frame and reinforced concrete core hybrid Structures in high-rise buildings, the three-dimension finite element models were established, modal analysis and elastic time-history analysis were finished, the cooperative work mechanism between frame and core was researched, the dynamic characteristics and seismic response of the hybrid structures under different connection type were studied. the results indicate that the stiffness characteristic of the hybrid structures should be taken between 1 to 2 so that two sub-structure can reasonably afford the internal force, the connection between frame and core bring differences in mode shape and natural vibration periods, the natural vibration periods of hinged model are greater than periods of rigid model, the mode shapes with mainly floor vibration are more likely to appear in hinged model, the connection would lead to significant changes in the deformation and distribution of inner force, the axial force of frame columns would significantly increase for the rigid connection, the shear and bending moment of frame columns would increase for the hinged connection, it was proposed that the hybrid structures should be separately analyzed with hinge model and rigid model for ensuring the frame columns have sufficient capacity of the shearing and bending both.
S. Y. Zhang et al., "Research on Mechanical Behaviors of Composite Frame and Reinforced Concrete Core Hybrid Structures in High-Rise Buildings", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 163-167, pp. 2056-2062, 2011