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Cyclic Behavior of Concrete Shear Walls: A Rational Approach
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PI(s): Thomas T C Hsu, Mohamad Y. Mansour, Yi-Lung Mo
Dates: August 19, 1997 - August 16, 2000
Facility: University of Houston, TX, United States
Organization(s): University of Houston, TX, United States
Description:
Evidence from structural failures in past earthquakes clearly shows that shear walls offer excellent protection to buildings in seismic regions. This project is to develop a rational approach to understanding and predicting the behavior of low-rise shear... (more)
Group Space: Project:Cyclic Behavior of Concrete Shear Walls: A Rational Approach
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Tools: inDEED
Publications:
Mohamad Y. Mansour; Thomas T C Hsu, "Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Elements under Cyclic Shear. I: Experiments" (view)
Mohamad Y. Mansour; Thomas T C Hsu, "Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Elements under Cyclic Shear. II: Theoretical Model" (view)
Mohamad Y. Mansour; Thomas T C Hsu, "Cyclic Stress-Strain Curves of Concrete and Steel Bars in Membrane Elements " (view)
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Tags (keywords):
  1. Cyclic tests;
  2. Ductility;
  3. Energy dissipation;
  4. Hysteresis;
  5. Shear strain;
  6. Shear stress.
  7. Biaxial test;
  8. Concrete reinforced;
Data Re-use Status: This Project does not reuse data from other projects.