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Cyclic Behavior of Concrete Shear Walls: A Rational Approach
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  Experiment-1: Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Elements under Cyclic Shear
Dates: June 06, 2002 to Present
Description: In order to design reinforced concrete (RC) structures in earthquake regions, it is necessary to understand the behavior of RC panel elements subjected to reversed cyclic loading. This experimental study reports the testing of 12 reinforced concrete...
Facility: University of Houston, TX, United States


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  Experiment-2: Cyclic Stress-Strain Curves of Concrete and Steel Bars in Membrane Elements
Dates: April 26, 2000 to Present
Description: The shear behavior of reinforced concrete membrane elements (panels) can be predicted by rational models that satisfy the three principles of mechanics of materials: stress equilibrium, strain compatibility, and constitutive relationships of concrete...
Facility: University of Houston, TX, United States


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