- Experimental Results of Repaired and Retrofitted Beam-Column Joint Tests in Lightly Reinforced Concrete Frame Buildings.
- Beres, A.; El-Borgi, S.; White, R. N.; Gergely, P.
New York State Science and Technology Foundation, Albany.; National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.,
October 29, 1992,
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- The report summarizes current experimental work at Cornell University concerning lightly reinforced concrete structures. The report includes: (1) a brief summary of the full-scale experiments conducted on the behavior of lightly reinforced concrete building frame components subjected to reversing cyclic loads (simulated seismic effects); (2) description of experimental findings on a repaired interior joint; and (3) results of tests on two retrofitted frame joint regions. A total of 34 interior and exterior beam-column joints were tested to identify the different damage mechanisms and study the effect of critical details.
- ; Buildings; Earthquake engineering; Seismic design; Reinforced concrete; Concrete structures; Cyclic loads; Framed structures