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Design of Modern Highrise Reinforced Concrete Structures (Series on Innovation in Structures and Construction)

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Title (user) : Design of Modern Highrise Reinforced Concrete Structures (Series on Innovation in Structures and Construction)

Title (google) : Design of Modern Highrise Reinforced Concrete Structures

ISBN : 1860942393,9781860942396,9781848161672

DDC : 693.8/52

LCC : TH1461 .D38 2001

GoogleBook ID : ZQBqDQAAQBAJ

OpenLibrary ID : OL3581077M

Edition : 1st

Authors (user) : Hiroyuki Aoyama

Authors (google) : Hiroyuki Aoyama

Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company

Language : English

Publication Date : 2002

File Format : pdf

Categories : Technology & Engineering


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Description (user) :
This text presents the results of a Japanese national research project carried out in 1988-1993, usually referred to as the New RC Project. Developing advanced reinforced concrete building structures with high strength and high quality materials under its auspices, the project aimed to promote construction of high-rise reinforced concrete buildings in highly seismic areas such as Japan. The project covered all the aspects of reinforced concrete structures, namely materials, structural elements, structural design, construction and feasibility studies. In addition to presenting these results, the text includes two chapters giving an elementary explanation of modern analytical techniques - finite element analysis and earthquake response analysis.


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Description (google) :
This book presents the results of a Japanese national research project carried out in 1988-1993, usually referred to as the New RC Project. Developing advanced reinforced concrete building structures with high strength and high quality materials under its auspices, the project aimed at promoting construction of highrise reinforced concrete buildings in highly seismic areas such as Japan. The project covered all the aspects of reinforced concrete structures, namely materials, structural elements, structural design, construction, and feasibility studies. In addition to presenting these results, the book includes two chapters giving an elementary explanation of modern analytical techniques, i.e. finite element analysis and earthquake response analysis.


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Table of contents :
Design of Modern Highrise Reinforced Concrete Structures, 2001, Scan......Page 1
Preface......Page 6
Contents......Page 10
1.1.1. Historic Background......Page 20
1.1.2. Technology Examination at the Building Center......Page 22
1.1.3. Increase of Highrise RC and the New RC Project......Page 24
1.2.1. Plan of Buildings......Page 26
1.2.2. Structural Systems......Page 29
1.2.3. Elevation of Buildings......Page 31
1.2.4. Typical Structural Members......Page 32
1.3.1. Concrete......Page 34
1.3.3. Use of Precast Elements......Page 36
1.3.5. Re-Bar Splices and Anchorage......Page 38
1.3.7. Construction Management......Page 40
1.4.1. Basic Principles......Page 41
1.4.2. Design Criteria and Procedure......Page 42
1.4.3. Design Seismic Loads......Page 44
1.4.5. First Phase Design......Page 45
1.4.6.1. Calculation of Ultimate Load Carrying Capacity......Page 46
1.5.2. Nonlinear Lumped Mass Analysis......Page 51
1.5.4. Input Earthquake Motions......Page 52
1.5.5. Damping......Page 53
1.5.6. Results of Response Analysis......Page 55
1.6.1. Factors Contributed to Highrise RC Development......Page 56
1.6.2. Need for Higher Strength Materials......Page 57
2.1. Background of the Project......Page 59
2.2. Target of the Project......Page 60
2.3. Organization for the Project......Page 63
2.4.1. Development of Materials for High Strength RC......Page 72
2.4.3. Development of Structural Performance Evaluation......Page 74
2.4.5. Feasibility Studies for New RC Buildings......Page 75
2.5. Dissemination of Results......Page 78
3.1.1. Material and Mix of High Strength Concrete......Page 80
3.1.2.1. Workability......Page 94
3.2.2. Advantages and Problems of High Strength Re-bars......Page 105
3.2.3. Relationship of New Re-bars to Current JIS......Page 106
3.2.4. Proposed Standards for High Strength Re-bars......Page 107
3.2.5. Method of Manufacture and Chemical Component......Page 112
3.2.6. Fire Resistance and Durability......Page 116
3.2.7. Splice......Page 119
3.3.1. Bond and Anchorage......Page 123
3.3.3. Concrete, under Plane Stress Condition......Page 141
4.1. Introduction......Page 146
4.2. Beams and Columns......Page 147
4.2.2. Slab Effect on Flexural Behavior of Beams......Page 155
4.2.3. Deformation Capacity of Columns after Yielding......Page 160
4.2.4. Columns Subjected to Bidirectional Flexure......Page 166
4.2.5. Vertical Splitting of Columns under......Page 171
4.3. Walls......Page 188
4.3.1. Flexural Capacity of Shear-Compression Failure......Page 189
4.3.2. Deformation Capacity of Walls under......Page 197
4.3.3. Shear Strength of Slender Walls......Page 202
4.4. Beam-Column Joints......Page 208
4.4.2. Shear Capacity of 3-D Joints under......Page 215
4.4.3. Shear Capacity of Exterior Joints......Page 222
4.4.4. Concrete Strength Difference between First Story......Page 225
4.5.1. Restoring Force Characteristics of Beams......Page 228
4.5.2. Deformation Capacity of Columns......Page 234
4.5.3. Flexural Strength of Walls......Page 238
4.5.5. Connections of First Story Column to Foundation......Page 243
4.6. Concluding Remarks......Page 244
5 Finite Element Analysis......Page 246
5.2.1. History of Finite Element Analysis of......Page 248
5.3. FEM of RC Members Using High Strength Materials......Page 254
5.4.1. Comparative Analysis of Beams, Panels and......Page 255
5.4.2. Material Constitutive Laws......Page 256
5.4.3. Analytical Models and Analytical Results......Page 259
5.5.1. Objectives and Methods......Page 265
5.5.2. The Effect of Shear Reinforcement Ratio......Page 266
5.6.1. Objectives and Methods......Page 270
5.6.2. Analytical Results......Page 272
5.7.1. Objectives and Methods......Page 274
5.7.3. Results of Parametric Analysis......Page 275
5.8.2. Outline of Research......Page 279
5.8.3. Analytical Results and Discussions......Page 281
5.9.2. Analytical Results and Summary......Page 284
6 Structural Design Principles......Page 290
6.1. Features of New RC Structural Design Guidelines......Page 291
6.1.3. Bidirectional and Vertical Earthquake Motions......Page 292
6.1.6. Structural Design of Foundation and......Page 293
6.2.2. Design Drift Limitations......Page 294
6.3.2. New RC Earthquake Motion......Page 298
6.4.2. Relation of Model and Earthquake Motion......Page 300
6.5.1. Dependable and Upper Bound Strengths......Page 302
6.5.2. Member Modeling......Page 303
6.6.1. Design Forces in Arbitrary Direction......Page 305
6.7. Foundation Structure......Page 308
6.8.1. 60-Story Space Frame Apartment Building......Page 310
6.8.2. 40-Story Double Tube and Core-in-Tu.be......Page 318
7.1. Earthquake Response Analysis in Seismic Design......Page 334
7.2.1. Three-Dimensional Frame Model......Page 338
2.2.2. Two-Dimensional Frame Model......Page 340
7.3.1. One-Component Model for Beam......Page 344
7.3.2. Multiaxial Spring Model for Column......Page 347
7.4.1. Displacement-Based Design Procedure......Page 354
7.4.2. Correlation of Nonlinear Response to......Page 356
7.5.1. Numerical Analysis of Equation of Motion......Page 360
7.5.2. Release of Unbalanced Force......Page 362
8.2.1. Objectives......Page 364
8.2.4. Reinforcement Construction......Page 373
8.2.5. Concrete Construction......Page 375
8.3.2. Reinforcement......Page 394
9.1.1. Highrise Flat Slab Buildings......Page 410
9.1.3. A Box Column Structure for Thermal Power Plant......Page 437
9.2. Example Buildings......Page 443
Index......Page 456

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