Progressive Collapse Assessment Of Precast Concrete Connections Using The Applied Element Method (aem)

@inproceedings{Ehab2016ProgressiveCA,
  title={Progressive Collapse Assessment Of Precast Concrete Connections Using The Applied Element Method (aem)},
  author={Mariam Ehab and Hamdy A Salem and Mohamed A.N. Abdel-Mooty},
  year={2016}
}
Precast concrete components are manufactured in a well-controlled environment. It has been proven to show good behaviour under gravity and lateral loads. However, the beam to column connections remain the critical part in the precast concrete structures under the column loss scenario in a progressive collapse scenario. In this paper, different beam to column connections, wet and dry connections, are studied and investigated numerically under the column removal scenario. A detailed model for the… CONTINUE READING

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