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IN-SITU TEST OF A EXISTING RC BUILDING FRAME STRENGTHENED WITH K-TYPE STEEL BRACE PLACED AT OUTSIDE OF WALL GIRDERS
Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)
Full-scale in-situ testing of a building frame that was seismically strengthened with a K-type steel brace was carried out. The experimental results showed the tensile and compressive yield for the brace, and shear failure of the RC columns. The strength obtained satisfied the assumed design values. Strength and ductile resistance types applied. The shear strength and bending strength of the existing RC columns were greater than the analysis values, because the upright frame member of the bracedoi:10.3130/aijs.80.117 fatcat:ns74hx47jrhgtod6r6jdczsg3e