Papers by Keyword: Axial Compression Ratio

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Authors: Ya Feng Xu, Zhang Lin Zhai, Pi Yuan Xu
Abstract: This article researches seismic performance of the joint of cellular steel column and steel beam through simulation of the finite element software. With the change of axial force, we can attain the load-displacement hysteretic curves, skeleton curves under the different axial compression ratio, and then analyze their bearing capacity, ductility, energy dissipation and other mechanical properties. Results show that, the decrease of axial compression ratio is helpful to improve the bearing capacity of specimens. The joints of cellular steel column and steel beam have full hysteretic curve, good ductility and seismic performance.
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Authors: Xin Wen, Ze Jing Hao, Xing Guo Wang
Abstract: Nodes of Column ends, included ordinary Intermediate nodes and nodes in the model of carbon fiber, have been established based on finite element program, have analyzed the comparison of the deformation, bearing capacity, ductility in Quasi static state under three conditions of axial compression ratio reinforcement (0.2, 0.4, 0.6) between reinforcement nodes and ordinary nodes, have researched the impact caused by the change of axial pressure ratio on seismic performance of node, The result have shown that size of the axial compression ratio and bearing capacity of reinforced nodes follow basic plastics performance, but ductility of nodes in low axial compression ratio is more effective.
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Authors: Jun Yan Lu, Wei Wang Pang, Shuai Chang
Abstract: Through earthquake simulation experiment of nine regional confined concrete columns with different axial compression ratio, the bearing capacity and seismic behavior of regional confined concrete columns were studied in this paper. Considering the ductility, stiffness, energy-dissipation performance and related factors of regional confined concrete columns under different axial compression ratio, by comparative analysis of the hysteretic behavior of the specimens, the limit of axial compression ratio of regional confined concrete columns is proposed for seismic design.
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Authors: Ya Feng Xu, Yue Wang, Shou Yan Bai
Abstract: To study the mechanical properties of CFPR steel tube composite columns filled with steel reinforced concrete under different axis compression ratio by adopting 3 specimens of theirs quasistatic tests are carried out. The failure mechanism and test results are analyzed with member of the load-displacement hysteretic curves, skeleton curves. The results show that the axial compression ratio decreases conducive to the improvement of the bearing capacity of specimens. Axial compression ratio has a great influence on the skeleton curve and ductility. Axial compression ratio is higher, the descent stage of the skeleton curve is steeper, the ductility is better. With the increase of the axial compression ratio, the ductility coefficient and energy dissipation capacity is lower.
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Authors: Ri Liang Li, Ya Feng Xu, Shou Yan Bai
Abstract: This paper uses the large-scale finite element analysis software ABAQUS to simulate 12 cross steel reinforced concrete special-shaped columns with the control variables of axial compression ratio and rate of steel bone, and subjected to the monotonic load with 20mm horizontal displacement. 6 columns work under the different axial compression ratio of 0.0, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6, 0.7 and 0.8. Other 6 columns are made of different rates of steel bone with different steel bone thickness of 0mm, 2mm, 4mm and 6mm, 8mm and 10mm, and subject to vertical axial force in axial compression ratio of 0.3. By simulating, we obtain the load - displacement curve of different axial compression ratios and different rates of steel bone, and analyze the effect of the bearing capacity of the cross steel reinforced concrete special-shaped columns in different parameters. The results show that the bearing capacities of the columns decrease with the increasing ratio of axial compression, and increase with the increasing rate of steel bone.
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Authors: Bo Yuan, Ming Hui Zeng, Ke Jian Ma
Abstract: It is very important for connection of between beam and column, connection safety and reliability is premise to guarantee the normal work of the whole structure. Node often bears complex stress which includes compression, bending and shear, so the study of the mechanical properties and ascertained behavior of mechanical, failure mechanism of between beam and column is very important. This paper use finite element analysis software to analyze the node of between SRC column and RC beam which exist in high-rise buildings but relatively few researches at present. Analyzed cracking load-displacement relation and studied on relation of concrete shear strain-section steel wing shear strain and crack load of joint core with different axial compression ratio, According to data of finite element analysis, this paper bring forward formula of crack resistance capacity of SRC column-RC beam joint core, At last compare theory value calculated with formula with test data, there being less error, it indicate the formula is reliable.
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Authors: Ying Wang, Miao Li, Jin Hua Xu, He Fan
Abstract: Based on finite element analysis o f concrete filled steel tube beam-column joints under the single axial compression ratio and concrete strength, further research was done to analyze the seismic performance of concrete filled steel tube beam-column joints under different axial compression ratio and concrete strength. Beam-column joint which is connected by bolts with welding extended steel sheets at the beam root was analyzed. The results show that with the increase of axial compression ratio, strength and stiffness degradation of the joint accelerated gradually. Axial compression ratio at 0.3, 0.4 are appropriate values for joints specimen, load-displacement hysteresis curve of joint specimens is relatively plump and shows good seismic performance. Chance of concrete strength also had effect on seismic performance of joint specimen, but in contrast it is not so obviously.
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Authors: Yan Jun Li, Ping Liu
Abstract: Four specially shaped columns with HRB500 reinforcement were tested under low cyclic loading. The hysteretic curve, yield load, ultimate load, displacement ductility and rigidity degradation were compared in order to research the effect of axial compression ratio on ductility and bearing capacity of specially shaped column with HRB500 reinforcement. It is shown that the axial compression ratio has greater influence on ductility and bearing capacity. With the increase of axial compression ratio, the bearing capacity of HRB500 reinforcement concrete specially shaped column can be enhanced while the deformation capacity becomes worse. The hysteretic characteristic of specially shaped columns with HRB500 reinforcement is improved and the stiffness degeneration becomes slow with the decrease of axial compression ratio.
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Authors: Ming Xin Fang, Zhi Yong Yang, Zheng Fei Chang, Shun Hui Liu, Gang Wang
Abstract: In this paper, reinforcement effect of the seismic performance of injured flat cross-shaped reinforced concrete frame joints under different axial compression ratio are analysed systematically through experiment.The research focuses on the relationship between the effect of reinforcement with carbon fiber and axial compression ratio. Three identical joints under different axial compression ratio are loaded by low cyclic load in the experiment to study the seismic performance of them.
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Authors: Wen Feng Chen, Xiao Hui Yuan, Bin Li
Abstract: Three model specimens of alkali-activated slag concrete filled steel tube (AAS-CFST) with different axial compression ratio and steel ratio were designed and tested in the present study. The seismic performance of the structures were evaluated by testing them with combined lateral constant compression and vertical cyclic loads. The structural performance, such as the testing observations, hysteretic behavior, skeleton curve, stiffness degradation, energy dissipation capacity and ductility performance was discussed in detailed. The results show that all the specimens’ damage were bending deformation mode, and the hysteretic curves are relatively smooth. Test data indicated that increased the axial compression ratio improved the load bearing capacity, initial stiffness.
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