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On the Analysis of the Disproportionate Structural Collapse in RC Buildings

  • Increasing structural robustness is the goal which is of interest for structural engineering community. The partial collapse of RC buildings is subject of this dissertation. Understanding the robustness of RC buildings will guide the development of safer structures against abnormal loading scenarios such as; explosions, earthquakes, fine, and/or long-term accumulation effects leading to deterioration or fatigue. Any of these may result in local immediate structural damage, that can propagate to the rest of the structure causing what is known by the disproportionate collapse. This work handels collapse propagation through various analytical approaches which simplifies the mechanical description of damaged reinfoced concrete structures due to extreme acidental event.

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Document Type:Doctoral Thesis
Author: Tareq HatahetORCiD
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Series (Serial Number):ISM-Bericht // Institut für Strukturmechanik, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (2018,2)
Referee:Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil Carsten KönkeORCiDGND, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Uwe StarossekORCiDGND, Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Guido MorgenthalORCiDGND
Date of Publication (online):2018/03/28
Year of first Publication:2018
Date of final exam:2018/01/22
Release Date:2018/03/29
Publishing Institution:Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Granting Institution:Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen
Institutes:Fakultät Bauingenieurwesen / Professur Baustatik und Bauteilfestigkeit
Tag:buildings; catenary action; compressive arching; disproportionate collapse; dynamic amplifification; reinforced concrete; structural robustness
GND Keyword:Beton
Dewey Decimal Classification:500 Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik
BKL-Classification:56 Bauwesen / 56.12 Betonbau
Licence (German):License Logo Creative Commons 4.0 - Namensnennung (CC BY 4.0)