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Innovative kritische Infrastrukturen mit Hochleistungsbetonen: Auslegungsmethoden gegen Flugzeuganprall

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Medium: journal article
Language(s): German
Published in: Beton- und Stahlbetonbau, , n. 8, v. 108
Page(s): 540-551
DOI: 10.1002/best.201300002
Abstract:

Innovative critical infrastucture with high performance concrete: design against aircraft impact

Aircraft impact is taken into account as exceptional load case for exposed critical infrastructure such as nuclear plants and super-rise buildings. This contribution introduces the development and validation of new building concepts based on high performance concretes (HPC, UHPC). A high-rise building [1, 2] and a superstructure for existing nuclear power plants [2, 3] serve as examples with high performance concretes allowing innovative designs. The design methods "Two-Degree-of-Freedom Model" (TDOF, in German ZMS) and Finite Element Methods for transient and structural dynamics are used together with own validation experiments [5, 6] to derive the limit thicknesses of (ultra) high performance concrete elements with fiber reinforcement, protecting the vital zones of the buildings against impact and fire.

Keywords:
FEM ultra high-performance concrete (UHPC) high performance concrete (HPC) aircraft impact two-degree-of-freedom model high strain rate material behavior ballistic limit UHPC
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    14/12/2013
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