Scale relationships of concrete beam-column joints

Paul Robert Philleo, Daniel Paul Abrams

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Abstract

The objective of this study was to investigate the ability of reduced-scale models of reinforced concrete beam-column joints to predict the response of large-scale
prototypes. Six large-scale (approximately three quarter scale) specimens and six medium-scale (approximately one quarter scale) specimens were tested. Data from these tests were combined with data from tests of small-scale (approximately one-twelfth scale) specimens which were tested as part of a previous investigation. Each specimen was subjected to a reversed lateral load which was applied at the top of each column. Specimens of different scales were compared with regard to their load-rotation responses. Explicit scale factors based on the load-rotation relationship were derived.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Place of PublicationBoulder
PublisherUniversity of Colorado
Number of pages88
StatePublished - Feb 1984

Publication series

NameStructural Research Series
No.8301

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    Philleo, P. R., & Abrams, D. P. (1984). Scale relationships of concrete beam-column joints. (Structural Research Series; No. 8301). University of Colorado.