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Kasim Armagan Korkmaz, Fuat Demir, Mustafa Sivri
JoAnn Browning, Y. Roger Li, Abraham Lynn
Zhu Jie-jiang, Zhang Pei-jun, Lü Xi-Iin, Rong Bai-sheng
Suyamburaja Arulselvan, K. Subramanian, E. B. Perumal Pillai, A. R. Santhakuma
Salah El-Din Fahmy Taher, Hamdy Mohy El-Din Afefy
T. Albanesi, S. Biondi, E. Candigliota, A. LeMaoult, C. Nuti
M. Leipold
Farhad Akhoundi, Graça Vasconcelos, Paulo Lourenço
Anténio Arêde, André Furtado, José Melo, Hugo Rodrigues, Humberto Varum, Nuno Pinto
Maria Teresa De Risi, Mariano Di Domenico, Paolo Ricci, Gerardo Mario Verderame, Gaetano Manfredi
Dmytro Dizhur, Kevin Walsh, Ivan Giongo, Hossein Derakhshan, Jason Ingham
André Furtado, Hugo Rodrigues, António Arêde, Humberto Varum
Ibrahim Serkan Misir, Ozgur Ozcelik, Sadik Can Girgin, Umut Yucel
Manuel Fernando Paulo Pereira, MF Pereira, JE Ferreira, Paulo B Lourenço
Yi-Hsuan Tu, Tsung-Hua Chuang, Pai-Mei Liu, Yuan-Sen Yang

Publication: Bidirectional behavior of structural clay tile infilled frames (1999)


Roger D Flanagan, Richard M Bennett


Journal of structural engineering

Preparation and upload by:

Filip Anic, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture Osijek, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek

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Publication abstract (click to enlarge):

Several bidirectional tests were performed on structural clay tile infilled steel frames to assess the interaction of in-plane and out-of-plane forces and to understand the behavior of damaged infills. Tests consisted of in-plane and out-of-plane uniform lateral load tests, out-of-plane drift tests, sequential tests (in-plane damage followed by out-of-plane loading, and out-of-plane damage foll

Test setup: Comparison of In-Plane Hysteresis after Prior Out-of-Plane Loading

Test setup type:

steel frame


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Experiment: Frame 2 (Control only IP specimen) - envelope

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Experimental time-history


Derived from this publication


Concrete strength:
Steel strength:
Masonry strength:
5.6 MPa
Concrete young modulus:
Steel young modulus:
199948 MPa
Masonry young modulus:
5300 MPa
Area moment of inertia:


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