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Title: With behaviour of high-strength slender concrete columns in biaxial bending and axial load
Author(s): L. Pallarés, J.L. Bonet, M. A. Fernández-Prada, P. F. Miguel
Appears on pages(s): 367-378
Keywords: slender columns,high-strength
Abstract:This paper deals with an experimental research of slender high-strength concrete columns subjected to eccentric load. The current trend in column design is toward the use of more slender columns and the use of high-strength concrete. There are some benefits due to use of high performance concrete, e.g. the increase of load capacity and the decrease of cross-section size. Second order effects are enhanced due to smaller cross-section size and must to be considered in analysis of the behaviour of the specimens. The objective of this paper is the knowledge of structural behaviour of slender high-strength concrete columns with a point of view of influence bending about weak axis. An experimental program with sixteen full-scale slender high-strength (approx. 83 MPa) concrete columns under combined biaxial bending and axial load is presented. An abstract of columns found in the bibliography is given in Table 1.
Polish Academy of Sciences, International Partner Access.
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