A Damage Function Using Structural Response Measurements

by Jerry E. Stephens, Purdue Univ, West Lafayette, IN, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Structural Safety Studies


A new damage function is proposed that expresses seismic damage in terms of the range and number of cycles of plastic deflection experienced by a structure. This and other damage functions are evaluated for several reinforced concrete structures using force-deformation information obtained from response measurements.

Subject Headings: Damage (structural) | Structural response | Damage (material) | Structure reinforcement | Dynamic structural analysis | Concrete structures | Earthquake resistant structures | Reinforced concrete

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