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Progressive collapse analysis of reinforced concrete structure

Roslan, Muhammad Imran (2011) Progressive collapse analysis of reinforced concrete structure. Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

U;~ event of local failure that occurred in structural system could lead to a disastrous incident. What actually happen during the occurrence of collapse and what triggers the process could not be interpreted accurately because the occurrence is unintended and lJUVl::H1tcd" ·rhls n:.:st:.urch ts on the subject of investigating the event of progressive collapse u.~i;;g the method of :>in;t and tie rcwdeL This analysis will help give a better perspective of what actually happened during the local taiture of " .;tructure in term of stress distribution. The result will improve the understanding in term of discontinuity, disturbanct' and detail of the sit ail• distribc:;iun J,.,-;,3 ,;.,: event of progressive collapse and describe how the load is transfe<Tcd Juring the local f;,!hit¢ lbis i> th<~ tlrst utkmpt in anaiyzing the progressive collapse using strut and tie method and can be very helpful information ii'the analysis achieve a successful result This approach will require the design of a structural system that -;~n reprcsmt the 'tmd•-''': tln1 is modeled to simulate the situation during the process of a collapsing building nr a ;,L.'odurc. Thi:: ,,;kwbrion i.s dmw to ctc3tc 1ht load and stress that exist at some stage in the event that lead to t};;; maxirmxm loading and cv.:ntually initiate the collapse or failure to the structural system. The approach that is used to create this situation is by removing one of the critical supp,_;rt s!ruct.;;c:s that hold the system as a whole. The model is first designed to work as a normal slru<:turc and curry {~H -the ]mpuse-d !o::.1d m~d dead 1oud fur the: lnt~nded usc. By ren1oving one of the critical suppv:"ting m0mb..:r such as beam that connect the sections of the structure and the column that hold a section whether in the middle or at the structures end, it will a produce a condition that replicate the state of local failure due the loss of the supporting member. fly n;"am; of ar,;!y;;.ing the behavior of the structure aih:r the local failure using strut and tie ~!!'!lysis, this "mi~sing column" and "missing beam" scenarios can be computer-generated and the load path of the structure can be observed and analyzed.

Item Type: Final Year Project
Academic Subject : Academic Department - Civil Engineering - Water and environment - Environmental - Solid waste
Subject: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Engineering > Civil
Depositing User: Users 2053 not found.
Date Deposited: 31 Oct 2013 08:56
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2017 09:42
URI: http://utpedia.utp.edu.my/id/eprint/10133

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