Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures

Chung-Chan Hung, Sherif El-Tawil

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Abstract

Unlike conventional concrete, High Performance Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composite (HPFRCC) materials exhibit strain hardening behavior after first cracking. This unique characteristic translates into greater structural ductility and enhanced shear and flexural member responses. HPFRCC materials hold great promise for earthquake engineering applications, which has motivated researchers to explore their use for replacing traditional concrete in critical elements of a structure. To date, most research on the behavior of HPFRCC structural components has been experimental and only limited efforts have been made to develop HPFRCC constitutive models for computational simulation of member and system responses. This paper presents a validated plane-stress, orthogonal, mixed rotating/fixed-crack constitutive model that can be used for modeling the 2-D behavior of HPFRCC structural members and systems subjected to reversed cyclic loading.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImproving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures
Pages1341-1352
Number of pages12
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009 Dec 1
Event2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - San Francisco, CA, United States
Duration: 2009 Dec 92009 Dec 11

Publication series

NameImproving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures

Other

Other2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures
CountryUnited States
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period09-12-0909-12-11

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Composite structures
Fiber reinforced materials
Constitutive models
Fibers
Composite materials
High performance concrete
Structural members
Strain hardening
Ductility
Concretes
structural component
earthquake engineering
Cracks
ductility
cyclic loading
hardening
crack
fibre
modeling
simulation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Building and Construction

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Hung, C-C., & El-Tawil, S. (2009). Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures. In Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures (pp. 1341-1352). (Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures). https://doi.org/10.1061/41084(364)123
Hung, Chung-Chan ; El-Tawil, Sherif. / Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures. Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures. 2009. pp. 1341-1352 (Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures).
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Hung, C-C & El-Tawil, S 2009, Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures. in Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures. Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures, pp. 1341-1352, 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures, San Francisco, CA, United States, 09-12-09. https://doi.org/10.1061/41084(364)123

Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures. / Hung, Chung-Chan; El-Tawil, Sherif.

Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures. 2009. p. 1341-1352 (Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures).

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Hung C-C, El-Tawil S. Cyclic model for high performance fiber reinforced cementitious composite structures. In Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures. 2009. p. 1341-1352. (Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures - Proc. 2009 ATC and SEI Conference on Improving the Seismic Performance of Existing Buildings and Other Structures). https://doi.org/10.1061/41084(364)123