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-Behaviour of steel-concrete composite beams using bolts as shear connectors Abstract. ... Compared with the traditional BRB, the new BRB is more lightweight, corrosion resistant, and has good energy dissipation. ...  analyzed a set of BRBs without filler material using the finite element method to study the parameters of various spaces between core and restraint members. ...doi:10.1088/1757-899x/397/1/012039 fatcat:cp2uggvvbbddxlptwaodvovj2e
The tube-in-tube arrangement minimizes the filler material volume and enables the use of rolled steel section as opposed to welded profiles commonly utilized when large BRB axial strength is required, ... This study presents a tube-in-tube buckling-restrained brace (BRB) infilled with lightweight and rapid hardening polymer. ... Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. ...doi:10.3390/met11091358 fatcat:ol2jj3gvbrhcldvpcobu6wgjqa
The first experimental stages of this research consisted of component testing on both external replaceable devices and internal bars. ... The difficulty in the post-event assessment of a concrete or steel structure and the uneconomical repairing costs are the big drivers of the adoption of low damage design. ... Validate and refine current numerical modelling approaches for the prediction of the seismic response of post-tensioned wall systems as well as simulating the full range of behavioral aspects Wall system ...doi:10.26021/3042 fatcat:mwroxyjzivgk3mjtu24peuuyzi