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000215518 245__ $$aPrediction and validation of sidesway collapse of two scale models of a 4-story steel moment frame
000215518 260__ $$bWiley-Blackwell$$c2011
000215518 269__ $$a2011
000215518 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000215518 520__ $$aA research program is summarized in which collapse of a steel frame structure is predicted numerically and the accuracy of prediction is validated experimentally through earthquake simulator tests of two 1:8 scale models of a 4-story code-compliant prototype moment-resisting frame. We demonstrate that sidesway collapse can occur for realistic combinations of structural framing and earthquake ground motion; P-Δeffects and component deterioration dominate behavior of the frame near collapse; prediction of collapse is feasible using relatively simple analytical models provided that component deterioration is adequately represented in the analytical model; and response of the framing system near collapse is sensitive to the history that every important component of the frames experiences, implying that symmetric cyclic loading histories that are routinely used to test components provide insufficient information for modeling deterioration near collapse. © 2010 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
000215518 6531_ $$asidesway collapse
000215518 6531_ $$acomponent deterioration
000215518 6531_ $$aP-Delta effects
000215518 6531_ $$ascale model
000215518 6531_ $$acollapse prediction
000215518 6531_ $$adeterioration model
000215518 6531_ $$aloading history
000215518 700__ $$0249718$$aLignos, Dimitrios$$g265223
000215518 700__ $$aKrawinkler, H.
000215518 700__ $$aWhittaker, A. S.
000215518 773__ $$j40$$k7$$q807-825$$tEARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING & STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS
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