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Seismic Performance Evaluation of Precast Concrete Beam-to-Shear Link Composite Connection with Bending Moment and Shear Force Separate Method

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Médium: article de revue
Langue(s): en 
Publié dans: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2020
Page(s): 1-14
DOI: 10.1155/2020/9641906
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A new type of prefabricated reinforced concrete-Y-shaped eccentrically steel brace structure (PRC-Y-ESBS) is developed by combining the mechanical property of prefabricated reinforced concrete frame and Y-shaped eccentrically steel brace, so the seismic performance and seismic resilience capacity of prefabricated reinforced concrete frame can be effectively improved. In the PRC-Y-ESBS, the precast concrete beam-to-shear link composite connection should have enough bearing capacity and resilience capacity under the shear force and bending moment, so the damage can be restricted in shear links. In this paper, an innovative precast concrete beam-to-shear link composite connection (PCB-SLCC) with bending moment and shear force separate method is proposed. Four different types of shear connectors are analyzed in detail by using the verified numerical method, and the shear capacity and failure mode of shear connectors can be obtained. Then, the innovative PCB-SLCCs with the reasonable shear connector considering different influencing parameters are also studied in detail. The results indicate that the shear connectors and high-strength bolts are still in elastic state at ultimate load, and little damage has occurred in the concrete between the embedded plate and precast concrete frame, while the PCB-SLCC has enough bearing capacity at the ultimate stage. In addition, this study also clearly identifies that high-strength bolts can only bear the bending moment, and the shear force is only carried by shear connectors, so the bending moment and shear force of the innovative PCB-SLCC with high bearing capacity, ease of installation, and seismic resilience capacity can be apparently separated.

Copyright: © Shujun Hu et al. et al.
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  • Publié(e) le:
    18.05.2020
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    18.05.2020