Prototype impact tests on ultimate impact resistance of PC rock-sheds

@inproceedings{Kishi2002PrototypeIT,
  title={Prototype impact tests on ultimate impact resistance of PC rock-sheds},
  author={Norimitsu Kishi and Hisashi Konno and Kenji Ikeda and Ken-ichi G. Matsuoka},
  year={2002}
}
  • Norimitsu Kishi, Hisashi Konno, +1 author Ken-ichi G. Matsuoka
  • Published 2002
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract To confirm the ultimate impact-resistant capacity of Prestressed Concrete (PC) rock-sheds constructed over the highways in Japan, prototype impact tests are conducted by using two types of PC rock-shed frames: inverted L frame and fully rigid frame. The two types are of equal dimensions: span length=10.1 m, upper flange width=150 cm, column height=4.65 m. The impact tests are performed by iteratively and freely dropping a 3000/5000 kg steel weight onto the center of each frame covered… CONTINUE READING

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