A proposal is formulated that allows to evaluate theresidual shear strength of reinforced concrete columns andbeams for an assigned flexural ductility demand by limiting therange of the deviation angle between the inclinations of the yield and the crack lines. In order to take into account thedegradation due to cyclic loads, the reduction of the range of thedeviation angle is related to the value of cinematic ductility

title = "Shear Strength Degradation due to Flexural Ductility Demand in R.C. Elements",

abstract = "A proposal is formulated that allows to evaluate theresidual shear strength of reinforced concrete columns andbeams for an assigned flexural ductility demand by limiting therange of the deviation angle between the inclinations of the yield and the crack lines. In order to take into account thedegradation due to cyclic loads, the reduction of the range of thedeviation angle is related to the value of cinematic ductility",

author = "Piero Colajanni",

year = "2014",

language = "English",

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T1 - Shear Strength Degradation due to Flexural Ductility Demand in R.C. Elements

AU - Colajanni, Piero

PY - 2014

Y1 - 2014

N2 - A proposal is formulated that allows to evaluate theresidual shear strength of reinforced concrete columns andbeams for an assigned flexural ductility demand by limiting therange of the deviation angle between the inclinations of the yield and the crack lines. In order to take into account thedegradation due to cyclic loads, the reduction of the range of thedeviation angle is related to the value of cinematic ductility

AB - A proposal is formulated that allows to evaluate theresidual shear strength of reinforced concrete columns andbeams for an assigned flexural ductility demand by limiting therange of the deviation angle between the inclinations of the yield and the crack lines. In order to take into account thedegradation due to cyclic loads, the reduction of the range of thedeviation angle is related to the value of cinematic ductility

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/113419

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