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Behavior and Characteristics of Innovative Composite Plate Shear Walls
Fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) bonding has been investigated as an innovative method for enhancing behavior of thin steel plates subjected to in-plane shear. The steel plate undergoes post-buckling and inclined tension field forms in the plate at a certain angle. Carbon fibers can be oriented at the angle of tension field in the plate and significant results can be obtained by strategic fiber orientation and clever placement of FRP strips. A finite element analysis research program wasdoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.07.405 fatcat:uqpmohlxgffvndvwgvefpwv23a