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T. Albanesi, S. Biondi, E. Candigliota, A. LeMaoult, C. Nuti
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
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

Publication: Behavior of masonry infill panels in RC frames subjected to in plane and out of plane loads (2016)

Author(s):

Manuel Fernando Paulo Pereira, MF Pereira, JE Ferreira, Paulo B Lourenço

Reference:

Brick and Block Masonry – Trends, Innovations and Challenges

Preparation and upload by:

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

Publication type:

Proceeding

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Publication abstract (click to enlarge):

This paper presents the experimental work and results achieved by applying cyclic out-of-plane loads to damaged masonry infilled RC frames. The masonry panels were previously damaged by applying an in-plane cyclic load after which the cyclic out-of- plane loads were applied. The frames and panels tested follow the traditional Portuguese RC structure construction system to which different types

Test setup: Comparison between all types of walls tested in plane

Test setup type:

RC frame

Parameter:

Storey count:
1

Diagram (scan):

Diagram (data):

Test setup description (click to enlarge):

WALL_REF – Reinforced concrete frame with infilled masonry;

WALL_JAR – Reinforced concrete frame with infilled masonry with bed joint reinforcement;

WALL_RAR – Reinforced concrete frame with masonry infilled with external reinforcement.

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