Design of UFP-coupled post-tensioned timber shear walls (2011)
AuthorsNewcombe, M.P., Marriott, D., Kam, W. Y., Pampanin, S.., Buchanan, A.H.show all
Recent advances in timber design at the University of Canterbury have led to new structural systems that are appropriate for a wide range of building types, including multi-storey commercial office structures. These buildings are competitive with more traditional construction materials in terms of cost, sustainability and structural performance. This paper provides seismic design recommendations and analytical modelling approaches, appropriate for the seismic design of post-tensioned coupled timber wall systems. The models are based on existing seismic design theory for precast post-tensioned concrete, modified to more accurately account for elastic deformation of the timber wall systems and the influence of the floor system. Experimental test data from a two storey post-tensioned timber building, designed, constructed and tested at the University of Canterbury is used to validate the analytical models.
CitationNewcombe, M.P., Marriott, D., Kam, W. Y., Pampanin, S.., Buchanan, A.H., (2011) Design of UFP-coupled post-tensioned timber shear walls. Auckland, New Zealand: 9th Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineering (PCEE 2011): Building an Earthquake-Resilient Society, 14-16 Apr 2011. 10pp.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research09 - Engineering::0905 - Civil Engineering::090504 - Earthquake Engineering
09 - Engineering::0905 - Civil Engineering::090506 - Structural Engineering