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000201585 245__ $$aExperimental investigation on seismic behaviour of slab-column connections
000201585 269__ $$a2014
000201585 260__ $$c2014
000201585 336__ $$aConference Papers
000201585 520__ $$aCode design of slab-column connections to resist seismically induced drifts is currently based on empirical relationships for both moment and deformation capacity. The results of tests on slab-column connections are however sensitive to the conception of the test setup. This paper presents a new setup configuration as well as first results of an experimental campaign carried out at EPFL. Within this campaign slabs without shear reinforcement will be subjected to constant vertical loads and increasing seismic moments. Parameters investigated are the vertical loads, the longitudinal reinforcement content of the slabs, the column size and the loading history (monotonic vs. cyclic). Results of the first three out of sixteen tests showed that the drift capacity of relatively thick slabs is smaller when compared to thinner ones tested by other researchers [7]. The influence of the gravity induced shear force on the seismic moment and deformation capacity of the connections is found to be well pronounced. A comparison of a monotonic and cyclic test for high vertical loads showed that the deformation capacity of the cyclically loaded slab is smaller than of the monotonically loaded one.
000201585 6531_ $$aFlat reinforced concrete slab
000201585 6531_ $$aPunching shear
000201585 6531_ $$aExperimental test
000201585 6531_ $$aSeismic loading
000201585 700__ $$0245653$$g215406$$aDrakatos, Iaonnis
000201585 700__ $$0243657$$g198189$$aBeyer, Katrin
000201585 700__ $$aMuttoni, Aurelio$$g133346$$0240411
000201585 7112_ $$dJuly 21-23, 2014$$cQuébec, Canada$$afib International PhD Symposium in Civil Engineering
000201585 8564_ $$zn/a$$yn/a$$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/201585/files/FIB%20PhD%20Symposium_2014_Drakatos.pdf$$s650438
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