STRESS-STRAIN RELATION AND NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF CIRCULAR CONFINED REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS

Tavio, Mr. and Tata, Arbain (2008) STRESS-STRAIN RELATION AND NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF CIRCULAR CONFINED REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS. STRESS-STRAIN RELATION AND NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF CIRCULAR CONFINED REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMNS . pp. 1-21.

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Abstract

This paper presents a nonlinear finite element modeling and analysis of circular normal-strength reinforced concrete columns confined with transverse steel under axial compressive loading. In this study, the columns were modeled as discrete elements using ANSYS nonlinear finite element software. Concrete was modeled with 8-noded SOLID65 elements that can translate either in the x-, y-, or z-axis directions from ANSYS element library. Longitudinal and transverse steels were modeled as discrete elements using 3D-LINK8 bar elements available in the ANSYS element library. The nonlinear constitutive law of each material was also implemented in the model. The results indicate that the stress-strain relationships obtained from the analytical model using ANSYS are in good agreement with the experimental data. This has been confirmed with the insignificant difference between the analytical and experimental, i.e. 1.011 and 1.306 percent for the peak stress and the strain at the peak stress, respectively. The comparison shows that the ANSYS nonlinear finite element program is capable of modeling and predicting the actual nonlinear behavior of confined concrete column under axial loading. The actual stress-strain relationship, the strength gain and ductility improvement have also been confirmed to be satisfactorily. Keywords: ANSYS; confinement; ductility; stress-strain relationship; nonlinear finite element analysis; nonlinear behavior; reinforced concrete columns; strength.

Item Type:Article
Subjects:T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Civil Engineering
ID Code:25080
Deposited By:Mr Adi Widayat
Deposited On:31 Dec 2010 09:26
Last Modified:31 Dec 2010 09:26

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