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Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation ...

高达12%返现  Dec 12, 2012  For the structural mitigation of the two landslides, deep reinforced concrete (RC) shafts/wells were selected in order to combine the restraining effect of stabilizing piles (Hong and Han 1996; Popescu and Schaefer 2008; Kang et al. 2009; Song et al. 2012) and the dewatering effect of deep bore wells (Marschallinger et al. 2009) in a single ...

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Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation of large deep-seated landslides: An experience from the Macesnik and the Slano blato landslides (Slovenia) January 2013

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Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation ...

Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation of large deep-seated landslides: An experience from the Macesnik and the Slano blato landslides (Slovenia)

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Deep shafts (dowels) as an effective structural mitigation ...

Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation of large deep-seated landslides: An experience from the Macesnik and the Slano blato landslides (Slovenia) By Matjaž Mikoš Download pdf

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Structural Design of Reinforced Concrete Deep Shafts ...

reinforced concrete structure, in the design of deep shafts of circular cross-section, with a reinforced concrete lining, inserted in rocky environment (fractured rock mass), such as shafts created in some hydropower plants projects. It is important to identify the load distribution between the two materials given

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How to Mitigate Vibrations in Reinforced Concrete

🕑 Reading time: 1 minuteHuman induced vibration may create serious serviceability problems in reinforced concrete structures. There are several modern strategic projects that have suffered from such problem for instance Millennium Bridge in London-UK. The bridge suffered from lateral synchronous excitation. The bridge had to closed and mitigated to eliminate such problem. From this example

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STRUCTURE magazine Corrosion Mitigation of Traditionally ...

Corrosion of the reinforcing steel in concrete structures is the number one reason for premature deterioration of these structures. The cost of repairing this deterioration across North America easily runs into the billions of dollars on an annual basis. Utilizing MAPEI Corporation’s corrosion mitigation and prevention solutions can save ...

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Deep shafts (dowels) as an effective structural mitigation ...

As a part of the stepwise mitigation of the Macesnik landslide, further reinforced concrete shafts are to be constructed in the middle section of the landslide to support the road crossing the ...

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Deep shafts (dowels) as an effective structural mitigation ...

Reinforced concrete shafts for the structural mitigation of large deep-seated landslides: An experience from the Macesnik and the Slano blato landslides (Slovenia) By Matjaž Mikoš Download pdf

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Structural Design of Reinforced Concrete Deep Shafts ...

reinforced concrete structure, in the design of deep shafts of circular cross-section, with a reinforced concrete lining, inserted in rocky environment (fractured rock mass), such as shafts created in some hydropower plants projects. It is important to identify the load distribution between the two materials given

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Exhibit 4-1 Construction Activities

using drilled concrete shafts or cast-in-place concrete piles. The foundations would support steel-reinforced concrete columns and bents. Cast-in-place concrete piles would be used for the portion of the structure carrying SR 99 over S. Atlantic Street. The area for the pile cap would be excavated and shored up as needed.

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The nonlinear analysis of an innovative slit reinforced ...

This research presents an innovative technique for the assembly of a water tower using the slits in its reinforced concrete shaft for the purpose of mitigating the seismic response. Slit shafts were designed to have four slits at 90° intervals along the full height of the shafts.

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Manual for the design of reinforced concrete building ...

Structural Engineers and uses the format of the green book (Manualfor BS 8110). As with the green book the scope of the Manualcovers the majority of concrete building structures and has now been extended to cover slender columns and prestressed concrete. An appen-dix for the structural design of foundations using limit state philosophy (as ...

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The Development and Engineering Application of a Fiber ...

The Development and Engineering Application of a Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Matrix Composite for Structural Retrofitting and Damage Mitigation by Hongyu Zhou A Dissertation Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Doctor of Philosophy Approved November 2013 by the Graduate Supervisory Committee: Thomas Attard, Co-Chair

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CRSI: Reinforced Concrete Terminology

PRECAST CONCRETE—Reinforced concrete cast elsewhere than its final position in the structure. Usually precast concrete consists of individual members such as columns, wall panels, beams or joists erected and connected to form the structural frame.

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HTETCO Drilled Piers in an Environment with a High Water Table

footprint such as structural concrete shear and core walls. The vertical shafts’ diameters can range in size from 12” to 48” or larger on projects with high loads such as high-rise construction. In some instances, the end of the concrete shaft will feature a larger bell

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Reinforced concrete - Designing Buildings

Reinforced concrete - Designing Buildings - Share your construction industry knowledge. Reinforced concrete (RC) is a versatile composite and one of the most widely used materials in modern construction. Concrete is a relatively brittle material that is strong under compression but less so in tension. Plain, unreinforced concrete is unsuitable for many structures as it is relatively poor at ...

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National Construction Safety Team NIST

Oct 25, 2021  Jonathan leads two research projects at NIST: one developing enhanced steel and precast concrete connections for mitigation of disproportionate collapse, and the other developing metrology for evaluating the efficacy of fiber-reinforced polymer strengthening of aging reinforced concrete infrastructure.

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Lindsey Street Bridge - A Structural Solution to ...

Aug 31, 2016  A mitigation scheme was developed by Crossrail to RIBA Stage D based on installing a reinforced concrete raft beneath the piers of the structure by means of sequenced masonry breakout and propping. This scheme was subsequently developed by BFK to detailed design (RIBA Stage F) with significant Value Engineering, including:

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Shear Behavior Of Circular Concrete Members Reinforced

Reinforced Concrete Structures-Robert Park 1975-07-23 Sets out basic theory for the behavior of reinforced concrete structural elements and structures in considerable depth. Emphasizes behavior at the ultimate load, and, in particular, aspects of the seismic design of reinforced concrete structures. Based on American practice,

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PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLES

• The structure size is a function of the number, size, elevation and entry angle of pipes connecting to the structure. • The structural integrity must be maintained by providing a minimum structural leg of concrete between pipe holes. A general rule of thumb is to provide a minimum of 6 inches as measured from the interior of the structure.

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STRUCTURAL DESIGN OF A VORTEX DROP SHAFT IN

Lastly, various sections of the structure will be presented to allow for better detail of the adopted reinforcement as well as helping in the global perception of the Vortex Drop Shaft’s geometry. KEYWORDS: Vortex Drop Shaft, Reinforced Concrete, Structural Design, Three-Dimensional Modelling 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background

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Measures to Control Cracks in Reinforced Concrete Structures

Structural Separation to Mitigate Cracks in Reinforced Concrete Structures Slabs with irregular geometry in are especially susceptible to cracking. An example of such slab is provided in Figure-3. The figure shows a structural separation between larger post

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Noise mitigation - Terre Armee's engineered solutions

Terre Armée has developed customized sound absorbing precast barriers made of panels with a reinforced concrete core and a sound absorbing face oriented towards the noise source. Designers will define the right geometry and select specific materials given the project’s requirements and characteristics such as ribbed porous concrete or wood ...

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MITIGATION METHODS OF PROGRESSIVE COLLAPSE FOR A

bomb blast caused only 10% of the structure’s damage, and the resulting progressive collapse failure lead to 90% of the structure’s damage. This thesis investigates the potential to fail of a 10 story Reinforced Concrete building due to progressive collapse. The modelling and analysis are performed by ETABS 9.5 software.

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Reinforcement in Concrete Topic

Nov 01, 2021  Most concrete used for construction is a combination of concrete and reinforcement that is called reinforced concrete. Reinforcement for concrete is provided by embedding deformed steel bars or welded wire fabric within freshly made concrete at the time of casting. The purpose of reinforcement is to provide additional strength for concrete where it is needed.

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Lindsey Street Bridge - A Structural Solution to ...

Aug 31, 2016  A mitigation scheme was developed by Crossrail to RIBA Stage D based on installing a reinforced concrete raft beneath the piers of the structure by means of sequenced masonry breakout and propping. This scheme was subsequently developed by BFK to detailed design (RIBA Stage F) with significant Value Engineering, including:

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CONCRETE

create a solid concrete wall with continuous insulation, resulting in a comfortable and airtight structure that lowers energy bills. The reinforced concrete system results in a structure that’s strong, durable and can stand up to fire, floods and wind. This developer builds exclusively with concrete. Walker’s Landing, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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PRECAST CONCRETE MANHOLES

• The structure size is a function of the number, size, elevation and entry angle of pipes connecting to the structure. • The structural integrity must be maintained by providing a minimum structural leg of concrete between pipe holes. A general rule of thumb is to provide a minimum of 6 inches as measured from the interior of the structure.

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HTETCO Drilled Piers in an Environment with a High Water Table

footprint such as structural concrete shear and core walls. The vertical shafts’ diameters can range in size from 12” to 48” or larger on projects with high loads such as high-rise construction. In some instances, the end of the concrete shaft will feature a larger bell

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StresTec-Terre Armee's precast post-and-panel wall solution

Stressing strand ties the post to the reinforced concrete drilled shaft foundation vertically through the post by way of a jacking assembly pocket, or “blockout” which is pre-positioned in the web of the post. After post alignments are complete and the base course of panels are set and aligned, posts are permanently connected to the caisson ...

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Shear Behavior Of Circular Concrete Members Reinforced

Reinforced Concrete Structures-Robert Park 1975-07-23 Sets out basic theory for the behavior of reinforced concrete structural elements and structures in considerable depth. Emphasizes behavior at the ultimate load, and, in particular, aspects of the seismic design of reinforced concrete structures. Based on American practice,

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Concrete Expansion – R

Concrete expansion due to Alkali-Aggregate Reaction (AAR) was diagnosed in 1991 as the root cause of concrete movement and ensuing generator and structural problems. A proactive concrete rehabilitation program was implemented from 1993 to 2000 to mitigate the effects of AAR induced concrete expansion and repair the concrete structural damage.

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Reinforced concrete wall structure systems - BIM object ...

2D Detail. The above illustrations are for Reinforced concrete wall structure systems from the NBS section Framed wall structure systems. This is indicative of the LOD requirements for Reinforced concrete wall structure systems. Manufacturer Product Data template. Complete this electronic spreadsheet to ensure that your Reinforced concrete wall ...

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Earthquake Damage to Building Foundations

effective structural mitigation measure against liquefaction at sites with tolerable lateral ... building is founded on reinforced concrete mat supported on reinforced concrete shafts ... into the concrete mat, pinning the shaft at the top while the bottom is pinned in alluvial

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