Efficiency of simplified alternative modelling approaches to predict the seismic response of precast concrete hybrid systems (2005)
AuthorsPalermo, A., Pampanin, S., Carr, A.J.show all
Two alternative simplified modelling approaches in representing the seismic behaviour of different jointed ductile precast/prestressed connections/systems is herein illustrated. Particular emphasis is given to the modelling of hybrid connections, developed in the PRESSS Program (PREcast Seismic Structural System) coordinated by the University of San Diego, for frame and wall systems. The efficiency and accuracy of the two alternative simplified approaches and analytical methods, one based on section analysis procedure and lumped plasticity models and the other one based on the use of multi-contact spring models, are herein critically discussed and compared through analytical validations of a beam-column subassembly and a wall specimen.
CitationPalermo, A., Pampanin, S., Carr, A. (2005) Efficiency of simplified alternative modelling approaches to predict the seismic response of precast concrete hybrid systems. Budapest, Hungary: fibSymposium 2005: "Keep Concrete Attractive", 23-25 May 2005. Paper no. 1503.
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