Dynamic Torsional Response of Symmetric Structures

Torsion of Reinforced Concrete -A Historical Overview
The story of torsion of reinforced concrete must start with the French professor, C. L. Navier. In his landmark book (Navier, 1826) he rigorously derived the first rational theory for...

Overview of Structural Behavior of Members Subjected to Torsion
The torsion strength of concrete beams depends on many factors, such as the amount of reinforcement, the volumetric ratios of longitudinal and transverse steel bars, the concrete strength,...

Advances in Analytical Modeling of Torsional Members
The basic formula for calculating the torsional strength of reinforced concrete members was developed by Rausch (1929) using the space truss concept. Unfortunately, Rausch's equation may...

Members Subjected to Torsion Combined with Other Actions
The combination of torsion with bending and shear (T-M-V) in members with both transverse and longitudinal reinforcement is the most commonly encountered combination in practical cases....

Detailing and Design Examples for Torsional Members
The nature of the internal force flow in a concrete member subject to torsion brings about both longitudinal and transverse force components. The resulting tension brought about by the...

Seismic Control of Asymmetric Structures

Effect of Concrete Strength on the Behavior of RC Beams Subjected to Pure Torsion

Torsion in Earthquake Excited Structures

Limitation of Static Torsional Provisions

Torsion in Earthquake Response and Design of Buildings

Energy Based Approach to Earthquake Response of Asymmetric Systems

Assessments of Lateral and Torsional Structural Responses Induced by Incoherent Ground Motions

A New Analysis Procedure for Accidental Torsion

Anisotropic Viscoplastic Model at Large Deformations

On the Evolution of Torsion Texture and Yield Loci in F.C.C. Polycrystals with the Taylor Model: A Comparative Study of Hardening Theories

Modelling Stress State-Dependent Deformation Behavior of Polycrystalline Metals

Refined Plasticity Models for Steel Frame Analysis

Criteria for Acceptable Wind-Induced Motions
This paper discusses criteria for evaluating acceptable wind-induced building motions. The paper draws on the results of moving room experiments and the performance of actual buildings...

Response Study of a Flexible Building Using Three Earthquake Records
This paper examines the response of a flexible building during three earthquakes. The records from the building are long and contain low frequencies. The site frequency (0.33-0.38 Hz)...





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