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000213828 245__ $$aModelling the seismic response of modern URM buildings retrofitted by adding RC walls
000213828 260__ $$aAbingdon$$bTaylor & Francis$$c2015
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000213828 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000213828 520__ $$aModern unreinforced masonry buildings with reinforced concrete slabs are often retrofitted by inserting reinforced concrete walls. The main advantages of this technique are the increase in strength and displacement capacity with respect to masonry structures. The paper presents two modelling approaches for evaluating such structures: a shell-element model and a macro-element one. The objective is to formulate practical recommendations for setting up a macro-element model using as input the geometry of the structure and results from standard material tests. Structural configurations of masonry buildings, in which the insertion of reinforced concrete walls is an efficient retrofit technique, are also investigated.
000213828 6531_ $$aSeismic behaviour
000213828 6531_ $$aBrick masonry
000213828 6531_ $$aReinforced concrete walls
000213828 6531_ $$aRetrofit
000213828 700__ $$0243658$$aPaparo, Alessandro$$g200072
000213828 700__ $$0243657$$aBeyer, Katrin$$g198189
000213828 773__ $$j20$$k4$$q587-610$$tJournal of Earthquake Engineering
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