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Literature review Astroza M. Banco de nivel Referencia principal de elevaciones entre diferentes elementos constructivos.

Tapajunta Elemento que se coloca en una junta constructiva. Performance-based seismic models for confined masonry wall As is evident from this table, AS04 provides a good estimate of the cracking drift capacity.

Paramento Cada una de las caras de una pared.

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Shear forces must be transferred across these cracks and can be appropriately modeled by shear 51 Chapter 3: However, deformation capacity of reinforced panels is almost independent of the type of reinforcement being used, provided that mortar quality and anchorage spacing are precisely controlled when external reinforcement is employed to fortify the wall Alcocer etal, Performance-based seismic models for confined masonry walls Chen, X.

Several statistical and graphical tools are utilized to identify the most significant panel and tie column design variables; to set the functional forms that best relate them to model parameters; and to diagnose influential points that may exert undue impact on the analysis results.

Statistical distribution of bond beam design variables A. Prediction of vm on the basis offm is useful from a design perspective, since compressive strength of masonry, not its shear strength, is normally specified in design.

Further research is required to assess the contribution of other design variables and the minimum ductility achieved by C M walls. The other two equations for the cracking shear strength CC97 and MAT94on the other hand, are highly conservative, and as shown in Tableare not appropriate for design purposes. As is apparent from this figure, in spite of being very similar in its formulation to the empirical model of this study, TK97 overestimates the contribution of tie columns by over three times.


Reinforcing the panels in both directions, although not common for C M walls that are provided with lumped reinforcement at their extremes, would further improve the seismic performance of C M walls, especially when hollow units are utilized to construct the panels. Owing to the lack of proper data, the model has been only adjusted for specimens with openings at cracking limit state.

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mamposterai Literature review Efficacy of panel horizontal reinforcement is substantially influenced by two key factors; its amount and type. Statistical distribution of bond beam design variables 95 Figure A CM house with damage concentration in the first story a Alcocer et al, b Punitaqui earthquake, Chile Gomez et al, 9 Figure The use of two-way slabs which distribute vertical loads confinava evenly is therefore highly favoured, especially when the wall is made of hollow masonry units that are more susceptible to premature crushing San Bartolome et al, ; Bariola and Delgado, ; Astroza and Schmidt, This damage concentration leads to the softening action of first story panels which may be ascribed to the larger-than-unity shear span ratios confinadw these walls usually have, and is confirmed by close match of the first story response curves of confijada multi-story walls with the seismic response of an isolated C M wall.

Columns with denser stirrups at their ends, as experimental tests suggest, suffer far less damage, which in turn delays the final collapse of the wall Aguilar et al, The rate at which stiffness degrades, however, is almost independent of these factors Ishibashi et al, Confibada collect the experimental data, define the limit states, and develop the analytical backbone model, this research builds upon previous analytical and experimental studies conducted up-to-date.

In such cases, the first point was usually considered and the model parameter was flagged for further investigation.

However, since ceramic is generally more brittle than concrete, one may expect the gamma for ceramic to be lower. Propuesta de normativa para la rehabilitacion simica de edificiaciones patrimoniales. Equation predicts the mean shear strength with a coefficient mamposteriq determination, R 2equal to 0.


Capacidad soportante de paredes de mampostería confinada ante cargas laterales

Cracking drift capacity of C M walls, on average, is in the range of 0. The dimensions of these confining elements are, however, influenced by both wall thickness and floor type.

A method for separating data into test series with only a few changing variables was implemented by Haseltonto develop empirical models for reinforced concrete columns. Lognormal distribution of SmcJ8uu 60 Figure Different testing methods 82 Figure A However, the contribution of panel shear strength, vm, to maximum shear capacity is minimal compared to other variables.

Therefore, the measured drift ratios could not be reliably used for development of the drift models. Comparison between the proposed and existing models to predict vmax 54 Confinzda The location of tie columns, whose dimensions usually correspond to panel thickness, vary highly from one region of the world to another.

As previous studies suggest, premature masonry crushing may lead to the occurrence of a significantly brittle failure mode. As the results of an extensive survey suggest, many C M buildings that satisfy minimum wall density fail to comply with the suggested minimum wall density per unit weight Moroni et al, In order to incorporate the effect of panel aspect ratio into cracking and maximum shear strength equations, fundamentals of the C M behaviour for slender walls discussed above, and previous models were consulted.

This point represents the second limit state of the model, and can be captured with two parameters; the maximum shear stress vm W and the associated drift ratio 5max. However, for some specimens, these confining elements are also provided at wall mid-height to improve the overall seismic performance of C M walls by confining the extent of damage.