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|Title:||Bearing capacity and rigidity of short plastic-concrete-tubal vertical columns under transverse load|
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|Abstract:||The results of mathematical modeling in determining strain-stress distribution parameters of a short plastic-concrete-tubal vertical column under horizontal load as those in vertical constructions are described. Quantitative parameters of strain-stress distribution during vertical and horizontal loads and horizontal stiffness were determined by finite element modeling. The internal stress in the concrete column core was analyzed according to equivalent stress in Mohr theory of failure. It was determined that the bearing capacity of a short plasticconcretetubal vertical column is 25 % higher in resistibility and 15% higher in rigidness than those of the caseless concrete columns equal in size. Cracks formation in the core of a short plastic-concrete-tubal vertical column happens under significantly bigger horizontal loads with less amount of concrete spent than that in caseless concrete columns. The significant increase of bearing capacity and cracking resistance of a short plastic-concrete-tubal vertical column under vertical and horizontal loads allows recommending them as highly effective and highly reliable structural wall elements in civil engineering.|
|Description:||Dolzhenko A.V. Bearing capacity and rigidity of short plastic-concrete-tubal vertical columns under transverse load / A.V. Dolzhenko, A.E. Naumov, A.E. Shevchenko // IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2018. - 327. - 042024.|
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