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Behaviour of Low-Rise Shear Walls with Hybrid GFRP-Steel Reinforcement and Steel Fibre-Reinforced ConcreteDownload
Recent earthquakes have revealed that conventional steel-reinforced concrete (RC) shear walls can exhibit considerable damage and residual displacements even after moderate intensity earthquakes. These residual displacements can result in high post-earthquake repair costs. Recent advances in the...
Reinforced Concrete Shear Walls with Improved Self-Centering and Damage Resistance Properties: Experimental Testing and Numerical ModelingDownload
Performance objectives in the seismic design of reinforced concrete (RC) buildings require buildings to survive their maximum considered earthquakes (MCE) with a low probability of total or partial collapse. Often, RC structures require costly retrofitting or demolition and reconstruction after...