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Title: Practical Problems and Costs of Fabricating Multi-Storey Models
Author(s): Maier I. Zelman, Arthur C. Heidebrecht, W.K. Tso, and William A. Johnston
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 159-186
Keywords: columns (supports); costs; dynamic loads; earthquake resistant structures; fabrication; flat concrete plates; formwork (construction); frames; lateral pressure; microconcrete; models; mortars (material); multistory buildings; reinforced concrete
Abstract:One of the functions of the Canada Emergency Measures Organization is to reduce the vulunerability of normal buildings to a variety of dynamic loads, including blast and earthquake. The first part of this paper describes the production of eight small structures each with seven floors and 15 columns per floor. . .The paper also includes a discussion of the techniques used in mounting the model on a fixed base and on attaching loading devices.
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