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Study on the Effect of Extra Pole Support on Seismic Resistance for Low-Rise RC Structures

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Médium: article de revue
Langue(s): en 
Publié dans: Advances in Civil Engineering, , v. 2019
Page(s): 1-15
DOI: 10.1155/2019/4763849
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There is a common way to enhance the collapse safety of residential houses using extra tilted poles supporting poor structures from the outside before and/or after earthquakes in seismic regions, especially in rural areas. But, almost all of these supporting measures are still weak and lack of scientific design and evaluation. This study takes a poorly designed two-bay and three-story RC frame building as an object to explore the effect of this kind of support measures on structural seismic resistance by comparing with a standard-designed RC frame structure model as a contrastive case. The results obtained by performance-based methods indicate that extra poles can improve the seismic collapse safety and reduce structural seismic damage of the poorly designed structure (PDS) effectively. The median collapse capacity parameter θ increases from 1.31 g to the range of 1.92∼2.39 g, and SaT1;10% (spectral acceleration at the first_mode period which causes 10% probability of structural collapse) also increases from 0.57 g to the range of 0.75∼1.08 g. Study of dynamic structural damage shows a great damage reduction of PDS under seismic loads, especially SaT1 = 0.2 g. This study proves that this simple measure can improve the seismic resistance of PDS into an acceptable level by taking our suggested practical and efficient supporting schemes.

Copyright: © 2019 Pengjie Lu and Guoxin Wang et al.
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    24.10.2019
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    24.10.2019