Araştırma Makalesi

Yıl 2017,
Sayı: 1, 52 - 58, 09.11.2017
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Determining the behavior of reinforced concrete (RC)

members is crucial in RC structures. The nonlinear attributes of RC members are

defined according to the cross sectional behavior of RC members to evaluate the

performance of structures. To be able to determine cross sectional behavior of

RC members, moment-curvature relationship should be known well. In the RC structures, using moment-curvature

(MC) relationship is the best way to represent cross sectional behavior and

nonlinear properties of RC members. The MC relationship of RC cross sections

can be evaluated by both experimentally or numerically. Some experimental

studies on RC members which are applied with 1:1 scale can be difficult to

define moment-curvature relationship. The purpose of the study is to obtain the

MC relationship of RC rectangular and circular

and circular columns numerically. By the way this study is tried to

achieve determining the parameters which affect MC relationship of RC members.

In the study, to evaluate MC relationship of RC members XTRACT programme which

represents influentially MC relationship is used. Compressive strength of

concrete, axial load on the RC sections, longitudinal and transverse

reinforcing ratio, are selected as comparison parameters which affect MC relationship.

As a consequence of this study curvature ductility and effective flexural

stiffness of RC rectangular and circular sections are determined using these

parameters. Effective flexural stiffness

is compared with the values defined in design codes. As a result of comparison,

it is observed that the moment curvature relationship can be defined as a

formulation according to the parameters which affect directly.

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Yıl 2017,
Sayı: 1, 52 - 58, 09.11.2017
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### Kaynakça

Toplam 1 adet kaynakça vardır.

Konular | Mühendislik |
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Bölüm | Makaleler |

Yazarlar | |

Yayımlanma Tarihi | 9 Kasım 2017 |

Yayımlandığı Sayı | Yıl 2017Sayı: 1 |