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Numerical Yield Design Analysis of High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Walls in Fire Conditions

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The present contribution aims at developing a numerical procedure for predicting the failure of high rise reinforced concrete walls subjected to fire loading conditions. The stability of such structures depends, on the one hand, on thermal strains inducing a curved deformed configuration and, on the other hand, on a local degradation of the constitutive material strength properties due to the increase of temperature across the wall thickness. A three step procedure is proposed, in which the yield design (limit analysis) method is applied on two separate levels. First, an up-scaling procedure on the wall unit cell is considered as a way for assessing the generalized strength properties of the curved wall, modelled as a shell, by taking into account reduced strength capacities of the constitutive materials. Secondly, the overall stability of the wall in its fire-induced deformed configuration is assessed using lower and upper bound based on shell finite elements and the previously determined temperature-dependent strength criterion. Second-order cone programming problems are then formulated and solved using state-of-the-art solvers. Different illustrative applications are presented to investigate the sensitivity of the wall stability to geometrical parameters. Finally, the influence of imperfect connections between panels is also considered using a simple joint behaviour.
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hal-01583109 , version 1 (06-09-2017)

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Jeremy Bleyer, Duc Toan Pham, Patrick de Buhan. Numerical Yield Design Analysis of High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Walls in Fire Conditions. Advances in Direct Methods for Materials and Structures, Springer, Cham, pp.143-161, 2017, 978-3-319-59810-9. ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-59810-9_9⟩. ⟨hal-01583109⟩
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