PRESSS Technology - An Introduction to the Design of Ductile Jointed Precast Concrete Structures - Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland

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Title: PRESSS Technology - An Introduction to the Design of Ductile Jointed Precast Concrete Structures - Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland

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Date: 3/1/2005

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To order copies of NZCS conference and seminar publications, please complete the order form below and return with your payment to the NZCS, PO Box 12, Beachlands, Auckland 2147: Technical Papers - Order Form 20101 PRESSS Technology Introduction (Len McSaveney) An overview of the PRESSS Programme and Technology: Jointed Ductile Connections (Nigel Priestley) System and Connection Design according to the Special Provisions of DZ 3101 (Stefano Pampanin) Design Philosophy of the Displacement-Based Design Approach and Design Examples (Nigel Priestley) PRESSS Technology – How are these Structures Built? (Len McSaveney) APPENDIX A: The PRESSS Programme – Current Status and Proposed Plans for Phase III (PCI Journal, March-April 1996) APPENDIX B: Preliminary Results and Conclusions from the PRESSS Five-Story Precast Concrete Test Building (PCI Journal, November-December 1999) APPENDIX C: Direct Displacement-Based Design of Precast/Prestressed Concrete Buildings (PCI Journal, November-December 2002) APPENDIX D: Cable-Stayed and Suspended Post-Tensioned Solutions for Precast Concrete Frames: The Brooklyn System (Stefano Pampanin – University of Canterbury; Claudio Pagani/Sergio Zambelli – BS Italia Styl-Comp Group, Italy) APPENDIX E: DZ 3101: Appendix B – Special Provision for the Design of Ductile Jointed Precast Concrete Structure Systems (Standards New Zealand)


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