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1.4.2. Design Criteria and Procedure
1.4.3. Design Seismic Loads
1.4.4. Required Ultimate Load Carrying Capacity
1.4.5. First Phase Design
1.4.6. Second Phase Design Calculation of Ultimate Load Carrying Capacity Ductility of Girders Column Strength and Ductility Beam-column Joints Minimum Requirements Imaginary Accident
1.4.7. Experimental Verification
1.5. Earthquake Response Analysis
1.5.1. Linear Analysis
1.5.2. Nonlinear Lumped Mass Analysis
1.5.3. Nonlinear Frame Analysis
1.5.4. Input Earthquake Motions
1.5.5. Damping
1.5.6. Results of Response Analysis
1.6. For Future Development
1.6.1. Factors Contributed to Highrise RC Development
1.6.2. Need for Higher Strength Materials
2.3. Organization for the Project
2.4. Outline of Results
2.4.1. Development of Materials for High Strength RC
2.4.2. Development of Construction Standard
2.4.3. Development of Structural Performance Evaluation
2.4.4. Development of Structural Design
2.4.5. Feasibility Studies for New RC Buildings
2.5. Dissemination of Results
3.1. High Strength Concrete
3.1.1. Material and Mix of High Strength Concrete Cement Aggregate Chemical Admixtures Mineral Admixtures Mix Design
3.1.2. Properties of High Strength Concrete Workability Standard Test Method for Compressive Strength Mechanical Properties Drying Shrinkage and Creep Durability Fire Resistance
3.2. High Strength Reinforcing Bars
3.2.1. Reinforcement Committee
3.2.2. Advantages and Problems of High Strength Re-bars
3.2.3. Relationship of New Re-bars to Current JIS
3.2.4. Proposed Standards for High Strength Re-bars General Outlines Specified Yield Strength Strain at Yield Plateau Yield Ratio Elongation and Bendability
3.2.5. Method of Manufacture and Chemical Component
3.2.6. Fire Resistance and Durability Effect of High Temperature Corrosion Resistance
3.2.7. Splice
3.3. Mechanical Properties of Reinforced Concrete
3.3.1. Bond and Anchorage Beam Bar Anchorage in Exterior Joints Bond Anchorage in Interior Joints
3.3.2. Lateral Confinement Stress-strain Relationship of Confined Concrete Upper Limit of Stress in Lateral Reinforcement Buckling of Axial Re-bars
3.3.3. Concrete, under Plane Stress Condition Biaxial Loading Test of Plain Concrete Plate
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Beams and Columns
4.2.1. Bond-Splitting Failure of Beams after Yielding
4.2.2. Slab Effect on Flexural Behavior of Beams
4.2.3. Deformation Capacity of Columns after Yielding
4.2.4. Columns Subjected to Bidirectional Flexure
4.2.6. Shear Strength of Columns
4.2.7. Shear Strength of Beams
4.3. Walls
4.4.1. Bond in the Interior Beam-Column Joints
4.4.3. Shear Capacity of Exterior Joints
4.5. Method of Structural Performance Evaluation
4.5.1. Restoring Force Characteristics of Beams Shear Failure in the Hinge Zone after Yielding Shear Strength of Beams and Columns
4.5.4. Shear Strength of Beam-Column Joints
4.5.5. Connections of First Story Column to Foundation
5.3. FEM of RC Members Using High Strength Materials Tension Stiffening Characteristics of Concrete Stress-Strain Relationship of Reinforcement
5.9. FEM Parametric Analysis of High Strength Panels
6.1. Features of New RC Structural Design Guidelines
6.1.1. Earthquake Resistant Design in Three Stages
6.1.2. Proposal of Design Earthquake Motion
6.1.3. Bidirectional and Vertical Earthquake Motions
6.3.1. Characteristics of Earthquake Motion
6.4.2. Relation of Model and Earthquake Motion
6.7. Foundation Structure
6.8. Design Examples
6.8.1. 60-Story Space Frame Apartment Building Double Tube Structure Core-in-Tube Structure
Space Frame)
7.1. Earthquake Response Analysis in Seismic Design
7.2. Structural Model
7.2.1. Three-Dimensional Frame Model
2.2.2. Two-Dimensional Frame Model
7.2.3. Multimass Model
7.2.4. Soil-Structure Model
7.3. Member Models
7.3.1. One-Component Model for Beam
7.3.2. Multiaxial Spring Model for Column
7.3.3. Wall Model
7.4. Nonlinear Response of SDF System
7.4.1. Displacement-Based Design Procedure
7.5. Numerical Analysis
7.5.1. Numerical Analysis of Equation of Motion
7.5.2. Release of Unbalanced Force
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Full Scale Construction Testing
8.2.1. Objectives
8.2.2. Outline of Construction Testing
8.2.4. Reinforcement Construction
8.2.5. Concrete Construction Fresh Concrete Construction of Column Specimens Construction of Frame Specimen Measurement of Internal Temperature Strength Development Observation of Cracks on Frame Specimen
8.2.6. Conclusion
8.3. Construction Standard for New RC
8.3.1. General Provisions
8.3.2. Reinforcement
8.3.3. Formwork
8.3.4. Concrete General Concrete Quality Material Mix Manufacture of Concrete Placing and Surface Finishing Curing Compressive Strength Inspection
9.1. Feasibility Studies
9.1.1. Highrise Flat Slab Buildings Highrise Flat Slab Condominium with Core Walls Highrise Flat Slab Condominium with Curved Walls
9.1.2. Megastructures OP200 Straight Type OP300 Straight Type
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