Hysteretic Shear Model for Reinforced Concrete Members

@article{Ozcebe1989HystereticSM,
  title={Hysteretic Shear Model for Reinforced Concrete Members},
  author={G. Ozcebe and M. Saatcioglu},
  journal={Journal of Structural Engineering-asce},
  year={1989},
  volume={115},
  pages={132-148}
}
A hysteretic model is proposed for shear response of reinforced concrete members subjected to shear force and bending moment reversals. The model consists of a primary shear force–shear displacement curve and unloading and reloading branches under cyclic loading. The primary curve is the envelope curve for the hysteretic relationship, and can be considered the same as the force displacement relationship under monotonic loading up to the onset of strength decay. A primary curve established by… Expand
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