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The International Concrete Abstracts Portal is an ACI led collaboration with leading technical organizations from within the international concrete industry and offers the most comprehensive collection of published concrete abstracts.
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January 1, 1977
The results of an experimental study of the behavior of cast-in-place reinforced concrete beam-column joints, subjected to slow load reversals simulating seismic loading are presented.
H. Gallegos and R. Rios
This paper analyzes the authors' experience in repairing reinforced concrete buildings damaged by earthquakes. Buildings damaged by a first earthquake were repairedd and subsequently, those repaired buildings underwent the effects of second and third quakes. In some cases, those new seismic actions caused further damage which also had to be repaired.
Roland L. Sharpe
An overview of the earthquake problem is presented. How earthquakes occur, the resulting ground motions, effects of site conditions, reponse of structures, performance of concrete buildings and recent design improvements are discussed.
Faisal M. Hassan and Neil M. Hawkins
High intensity cyclic loading tests are reported for 13 stub cantilever specimens. Bond conditions for the tensile reinforcement in those specimens were presumed to simulate conditions for beam bars in beam-column connections. A displacement controlled loading device was used.
Lawerence G. Selna and John H. Lawder
The importance of overturning forces and biaxial repsonse is studied for 3D reinforced concrete frame structures subjected to biaxial inputs. A biaxial yield rule is used for the moment-curvature relation.
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