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Seismic risk assessment of concrete-filled double-skin steel tube/moment-resisting frames

  • Hu, Yi (School of Civil Engineering, Chang'an University) ;
  • Zhao, Junhai (School of Civil Engineering, Chang'an University) ;
  • Zhang, Dongfang (School of Civil Engineering, Chang'an University) ;
  • Zhang, Yufen (School of Civil Engineering, North China University of Technology)
  • Received : 2017.04.04
  • Accepted : 2018.02.14
  • Published : 2018.03.25

Abstract

This paper aims to assess the seismic risk of a plane moment-resisting frames (MRFs) consisting of concrete-filled double skin steel tube (CFDST) columns and I-section steel beams. Firstly, three typical limit performance levels of CFDST structures are determined in accordance with the cyclic tests of seven CFDST joint specimens with 1/2-scaled and the limits stipulated in FEMA 356. Then, finite element (FE) models of the test specimens are built by considering with material degradation, nonlinear behavior of beam-column connections and panel zones. The mechanical behavior of the concrete material are modeled in compression stressed condition in trip-direction based on unified strength theory, and such numerical model were verified by tests. Besides, numerical models on 3, 6 and 9-story CFDST frames are established. Furthermore, the seismic responses of these models to earthquake excitations are investigated using nonlinear time-history analyses (NTHA), and the limits capacities are determined from incremental dynamic analyses (IDA). In addition, fragility curves are developed for these models associated with 10%/50yr and 2%/50yr events as defined in SAC project for the region on Los Angeles in the Unite State. Lastly, the annual probabilities of each limits and the collapse probabilities in 50 years for these models are calculated and compared. Such results provide risk information for the CFDST-MRFs based on the probabilistic risk assessment method.

Keywords

concrete-filled double-skin steel tube;beam-column joint;unified strength theory;seismic fragility;risk assessment

Acknowledgement

Supported by : National Natural Science Foundation of China

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