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Additionally the effect of strain rate was included in the study of three different cases, and the deflection decreased with an increase in DIF value.

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Behavior of reinforced concrete columns under combined effects of axial and blast-induced transverse loads, Journal of Engineering Structure. Baker, W. Cox, P. Westin, P. Kulesz, J.

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Biggs, J. Introduction to structural dynamics, McGraw-Hill. Center for Chemical Process Safety, Dassault Systemes, Wang, M. Li, Z.

Hand to explosion and post-explosion fire condition, book of structural steel work 4th edition, Whitehall Engineering Structures, 44— Jones, N. Razaqpur, A.

Tait, M. New materials have been introduced characterized by higher strength and predetermined behaviour, e. The methods of analyzing and designing a structure have been continuously improved for example by introducing the finite element method.

All these factors enable the structural engineers to venture on the erection of large flexible structures such as high-rise buildings, long-span bridges, TV-towers, and off-shore platforms. However, the flexibility and low damping capacity of these structures have given rise to some problems as: a easily possible failure of these structures due to uncertainty with respect to natural disturbances as wind and earthquakes; b large vibrations of these structures causing discomfort and psychophysiological effects to the users of these structures; c failure of some specific structural elements which leads for example to cracks in walls, and to cladding failure.

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Published on the web 11 September This article is one of a selection of papers published in the Special Issue on Blast Engineering. The resiliency of structures against blast-induced impulsive loads is affected by structural characteristics that are also important for seismic resistance.

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Deformability and continuity of structural elements, strength, stiffness, and stability of the structural framing system and resistance to progressive collapse are factors that play important roles on the survivability of buildings under both blast and seismic loads.

The significance of these structural parameters on blast resistance of reinforced concrete buildings is assessed through structural analysis.

Both local element performance and global structural response are considered while also assessing the progressive collapse potential.

The buildings under investigation include storey moment resisting frames with or without shear walls. The blast loads selected consist of different charge-weight and standoff distance combinations. The results are presented in terms of ductility and drift demands. They indicate improved performance of seismic-resistant buildings when subjected to blast loads, in terms of local column performance, overall structural response, and progressive collapse potential.

References ASCE. Seismic rehabilitation of existing buildings. Standard SEI Google Scholar Biggs, J. Introduction to structural dynamics.

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McGraw-Hill, New York. Google Scholar CSA. Design of concrete structures.This way, the initial conditions for Eqs. Use the lumped-impulse procedure and a time interval of 0.

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In many cases the practical solution is to proceed graphically as in Fig. Obviously, in such cases, the actual shape of the load-time function during the time td is of no importance.

With regard to the first reason given, examples of the type of phenomena which should be understood are the effect of a suddenly applied load as compared with one which builds up to its maximum value in a finite time, the effect of a decaying load as compared with one which remains constant with time, the importance of the duration of the applied load relative to the natural period of the system, and the general effect of damping.

The discussion is extended in later chapters. General Services Administration, Washington D.

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