Experimental Study on Cumulative Damage Behavior of Steel-Reinforced Concrete Columns
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|Publié dans:||Advances in Civil Engineering, janvier 2020, v. 2020|
The cumulative damage behavior of SRC columns under far-field long-period ground motions was simulated and studied by quasi-static tests with the same displacement for 10 times. Quasi-static tests of 8 SRC columns were conducted under the horizontal cyclic loading with the same displacement for 10 times or 3 times, and then the effects of steel ratio, stirrup ratio, axial compression ratio, and number of cyclic loading on the cumulative damage of SRC columns under the far-field long-period ground motions were studied. The results showed that the number of cyclic loading had little effect on the peak load of the specimens, but had a significant effect on the deformation capacity, stiffness degradation, and energy dissipation capacity. Compared with the specimens after 3 cycles, the displacement ductility coefficient of specimens after 10 cycles was reduced by about 20%–26%, the ultimate hysteresis energy dissipation was reduced by 35%–48%, while the stiffness degradation rate was accelerated. After the peak load, the cumulative damage caused by multiple cyclic loading with the same displacement was more significant, which aggravated the reduction of bearing capacity and stiffness degradation. The smaller the steel ratio and stirrup ratio, the larger the axial compression ratio, and the greater the reduction of the bearing capacity and stiffness of specimens. However, accumulated damage caused by multiple cyclic loading with the same displacement had a slight impact on the energy dissipation capacity. Increasing the steel ratio and stirrup ratio can effectively improve the deformation capacity and energy dissipation capacity of the specimens and reduce the bearing capacity and stiffness degradation caused by cumulative damage.
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