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Comportamiento estructural de muros de msmposteria confinada en escala reducida con ductilidad local optima. Only four specimens were scaled on the basis of the complete similitude laws and were not comparable with the conflnada of the data from the stress and strength perspective.

As is evident from the database, these secondary columns usually have the same thickness as other tie columns frequently corresponding to the panel thickness. Distribution of the number of tie columns 88 Figure A The empirical equations, toare presented for all model parameters characterizing three different limit states: The outcome of this research, however, could contribute to the development of more accurate models and guidelines for improvement of confinasa currently deficient provisions.

Confined masonry database The main objective of this chapter is to elaborate the basics and principles of the quasi-static database, the input of the empirical model developed in this study.

Collapse of CM building due to inadequate wall density, Atico earthquake, Peru San Bartolome et al, However, acceptable seismic performance of C M structures is guaranteed only i f adequate wall density is supplemented with proper material quality and reinforcement of tie columns. Dowel action of longitudinal reinforcement, which may be mapmosteria by proper detailing of transverse reinforcement, friction, and brick interlock, are the most significant contributors to the shear resistance of confining elements and masonry panel after cracking.

For instance, for Specimen Mercado, it was not clear whether 41 Chapter 3: The use of multi-perforated bricks for C M walls, is also increasing, due to their economic advantages.

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In consequence, providing the building with as many walls as possible is not always the best solution for improving seismic performance and there is always a trade-off between resistance and ductility. Such deterministic models can then be implemented in finite element programs or may be extended to consider model uncertainties.


A method for separating data into test series with only a few changing variables was implemented by Haseltonto develop empirical models for reinforced concrete columns. When seismic behavior of C M walls is governed by flexural deformations, as is shown in Figure horizontal bending cracks at lower courses of the panel may extend into tie columns ends and shear them off at large deformation levels Zabala et al Canal estrecha y larga que se abre sobre un matrial generalmente para alojar instalaciones.

To avoid premature masonry crushing in the presence of relatively high axial loads, however, these connfinada should be provided only with vertical holes Alcocer et al, Tie column characteristics 90 Table A First, model parameters variables that define the model to be developedand design variables those used to predict model parameters were identified.

Longitudinal reinforcement diameter n: Statistics of loading parameters Notations Range Mean Cov Practical ranges of important design variables for predicting the seismic response of CM walls using the proposed model Design Variable Practical Range Remarks Vm 0.

In fact, increase in the amount of column longitudinal reinforcement substantially improves load-carrying capacity of C M walls. As shown in Figurepost-peak behaviour of C M walls is significantly influenced by reinforcement detailing of tie columns ends. However, to propose the empirical equations, this thesis focuses mampostdria the experimental results of typical C M walls whose behaviour is mainly governed by shear deformations.

As Figure illustrates, an increase in the size of openings results in a relatively sharp decline in the cracking shear strength of the intact specimen with the same panel and confining element characteristics.

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Such an iterative procedure began with selecting the most effective design variables, and formulating them into the simplest model form. These secondary elements, that play their role best when distributed evenly throughout the panels, could be provided with smaller cross sections and simplified 15 Chapter 2: These cracks usually pass through mortar joints in a zig-zag pattern Marinilli and Castilla, ; Yanez et al, ; Irimies, Table A-7 documents the range, mean and coefficient of variation for the chief variables that best define the characteristics of bond beams.


Literature review 5 2. Literature review positive to negative, implying the monolithic behaviour of C M walls Tomazovic and Klemenc, aZavala etal, As shown in Figure A – lcyclic loading was predominantly used to test specimens. Literature review Top-quality mortar and high-strength masonry units should be utilized, in order to avoid the dominance of premature masonry crushing when panels are provided with bed joint reinforcement Radovanic, The proposed equations are all deterministic in nature, and model uncertainties are accounted for using standard deviations.

These effects are more pronounced when panels are left unreinforced in both vertical and 17 Chapter 2: However, for multi-story specimens where load is applied at all floor levels aspect ratio is determined for each individual story. Key parameters that best describe the characteristics of the masonry panels are presented in Table A-2 in terms of confimada, remarks, units, and their definitions. Fragility curves for model parameters at different limit states 63 Figure Furthermore, the close relationship between damage and deformation demands, in addition to the necessity to withstand lateral and vertical forces, makes both deformation and strength characteristics equally important.

Comparison of measured and proposed backbone curves for conforming specimens a SP Maestrear Colocar una serie de referencia del grosor o espesor del acabado o material a ejecutar. New variables, however, were derived on the basis of this initial set. The dependence of stiffness degradation on unit materials, as was noted in the calculation of Scr, also resulted in the inclusion of this variable in the development mampksteria the model.

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