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Published by Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alta., Canada .
Written in English


  • Columns, Concrete -- Mathematical models.,
  • Parametric vibration -- Mathematical models.,
  • High strength concrete.

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Statementby Jueren Xie, Alaa E. Elwi, and James G. MacGregor.
SeriesStructural engineering report ;, no. 204
ContributionsElwi, Alaa-Eldin A., MacGregor, James G. 1934-
LC ClassificationsTA683.5.C7 X54 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination190 p. :
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1029789M
LC Control Number96105977

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To investigate the load-carrying capacity of high-strength concrete-encased steel angle (CES-A) columns, in which corner steel angles are encased in concrete and transmit column loads directly, a numerical study was performed by using a proposed analysis model. The proposed model considered the strain compatibility, confinement effect, local buckling, and premature cover-spalling, and was The present work demonstrates the nonlinear finite element analysis (NLFEA) of 13 concentrically and eccentrically loaded short rectangular concrete column specimens reinforced with GFRP and conventional steel bars. GFRP bars are lightweight having the high tensile strength and high corrosion resistance. An NLFEA model for the rectangular concrete specimens was developed using the   Modelling eccentrically loaded high-strength concrete columns Authors: W. P. Lokuge, S. Setunge, J. G. Sanjayan Source: Magazine of Concrete Research, Vol Issue 4,   Four initial eccentricities of 0 mm, 8 mm, 20 mm and 50 mm each with three separate tie spacings of 30 mm, 60 mm and mm for two concrete strength levels of 36 and 95 MPa were considered. The normal strength concrete columns in these tests had the same reinforcement and geometry as the high strength concrete ://

  NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF CONCRETE-FILLED STEEL SQUARE (HSS) and high strength concrete (HSC) in CFST columns. In this context, limited experimental research has been carried out on CFST columns utilizing HSS and HSC (Liu and Gho , Thai et al. Eccentrically loaded CFST columns were modelled considering pin-   The tests on eccentrically loaded pin-ended concrete encased steel composite columns conducted by Al-Shahari et al., SSRC Task Gr and Morino et al. were used to verify the finite element model presented in this study. Table 1, Table 2 summarize the measured dimensions and material properties of the tested specimens. The test specimens are well explained in were lightweight   This paper investigates the axial force-moment (N-M) interaction behaviour of high strength concrete encased steel (CES) composite columns. A numerical method is developed to simulate the nonlinear inelastic behaviour of CES composite beam-columns, which includes concrete cover spalling, concrete confinement effect, buckling of longitudinal reinforcing bars, and stain-hardening of the 偏心圧縮荷重を受ける高強度コンクリート柱のFEM解析, J. Xie, J. G. MacGregor, A. E. Elwi:NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF ECCENTRICALLY LOADED HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE TIED COLUMNS [ACI Structural Journal, ACI. Vol. 93, N0. 4, July-August, , pp. , 図9, 表2](構造)(文献抄録) 金久保 利之 建築雑誌 (), 67,

J.G. MacGregor's 4 research works with citations and reads, including: Performance of high-strength concrete tied columns - A parametric study The results of tests of 20 high-strength (60 to 90 MPa; to 13, psi) and ultra-high-strength ( to MPa; 17, to 19, psi) reinforced concrete columns subjected to axial loads with Numerical Investigation of Eccentrically Loaded Tied High Strength Concrete Columns by Jueren Xie, Alaa E. Elwi and James G. MacGregor, October Shear Strengthening of Concrete Girders Using Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic Sheets by Efrosini H. Drimoussis and J.J. Roger Cheng, October   A model for the strength analysis of high-strength concrete (HSC) columns subjected to eccentric loading is proposed. The model is based on a stability analysis of pin-ended columns using the theoretical sinusoidal equation for the deflected shape of the ://