ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Structural Reliability: An Assessment Using a New and Efficient Two-Phase Method Based on Artificial Neural Network and a Harmony Search Algorithm
In this research, a two-phase algorithm based on the artificial neural network (ANN) and a harmony search (HS) algorithm has been developed with the aim of assessing the reliability of structures with implicit limit state functions. The proposed method involves the generation of datasets to be used specifically for training by Finite Element analysis, to establish an ANN model using a proven ANN model in the reliability assessment process as an analyzer for structures, and finally estimate the reliability index and failure probability by using the HS algorithm, without any requirements for the explicit form of limit state function. The proposed algorithm is investigated here, and its accuracy and efficiency are demonstrated by using several numerical examples. The results obtained show that the proposed algorithm gives an appropriate estimate for the assessment of reliability of structures.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57581_f3e945db438e9cdb612d5492a37a5a50.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.001
Artificial Neural Network
Failure Probability
Harmony Search Algorithm
Implicit Limit State Function
Reliability Index
Naser
Kazemi Elaki
n.kazemi87@yahoo.com
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M.Sc. of Structural Engineering, University of Sistan and Baluchestan
LEAD_AUTHOR
Naser
Shabakhty
shabakhty@iust.ac.ir
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PhD of Civil Engineering Department of Civil Engineering University of Sistan and Baluchetsan
AUTHOR
Mostafa
Abbasi Kia
m.abbasi.kia@gmail.com
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Msc of Computer science. Department of Mathematics, university of Lorestan
AUTHOR
Soroosh
Sanayee Moghaddam
soroosh.sanayee.moghaddam@gmail.com
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M.Sc. of Hydrolic Structures, University of Sistan and Baluchestan
AUTHOR
Adhikari, S. (2010). “Sensitivity based reduced approaches for structural reliability analysis”, Sadhana Academy Proceeding in Engineering Science, 35(3), 319-339.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The Elastic Modulus of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete (SFRC) with Random Distribution of Aggregate and Fiber
The present paper offers a meso-scale numerical model to investigate the effects of random distribution of aggregate particles and steel fibers on the elastic modulus of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete (SFRC). Meso-scale model distinctively models coarse aggregate, cementitious mortar, and Interfacial Transition Zone (ITZ) between aggregate, mortar, and steel fibers with their respective material properties. The interfaces between fibers and mortar have been assumed perfectly bonded. Random sampling principle of Monte Carlo's simulation method has been used to generate the random size, orientation, and position of aggregate particles as well as steel fibers in concrete matrix. A total of 2100 two-dimensional and three-dimensional cube specimens (150 mm) with varying volume fractions of aggregate and fiber have been randomly generated. The commercial code ABAQUS has been used to analyze the specimens under tensile loading and the calculated elastic modulus has been compared to other analytical and experimental values. Results indicate that the non-homogeneity of the matrix and random distribution of aggregate and fibers manage to disperse calculated efficiency factor of fiber with a standard deviation of 2.5% to 3.0% (for 150 mm cube specimens, it can be different for other specimens). Nevertheless, the mean value of the calculated efficiency factor agrees well with the value, recommended by Hull (1981), for uniformly-distributed fibers, equal to 0.353, and 0.151 for two and three-dimensional models respectively.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57582_7f1dad5345555fa57be04942ef3d569c.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.002
aggregate
Elastic Modulus
Mesoscopic
Random Distribution
Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete
Reza
Saleh Jalali
rsjalali@gmail.com
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Assistant Prof., Dept. of Civil Eng., Faculty of Eng., University of Guilan, PO Box 3756, Rasht, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Emran
Shadafza
shadafza.emran@gamail.com
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MS Student, Dept. of Civil Eng., Faculty of Eng., University of Guilan, PO Box 3756, Rasht, Iran
AUTHOR
Ahmad, H.A. and Lagoudas, C.L. (1991). “Effective elastic properties of fiber-reinforced concrete with random fibers”, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 117(12), 2931-2938.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The Effect of Spandrel Beam's Specification on Response Modification Factor of Concrete Coupled Shear Walls
Response modification factor (R factor) is one of the seismic design parameters to be considered in evaluating the performance of buildings during strong motions. This paper has tried to evaluate the response modification factor of concrete coupled shear wall structures with various length/depth ratios of spandrel beams. The effect of diagonal reinforcement of spandrel beam was also evaluated on the R factor. The R factor directly depends on overstrength factor and ductility reduction factor. For this purpose, three conventional structures with 5, 10 and 15 story buildings (having various spandrel beam's length/depth ratio with and without diagonal reinforcement) were selected and the nonlinear static analyses were conducted to evaluate their overstrength and ductility reduction factors. Also for a 5-story structure, nonlinear dynamic analysis (time history) was carried out in order to compare the results with nonlinear static analysis. It was concluded that the R factors using nonlinear time history analysis and nonlinear static analysis are almost the same. The results also indicate that by increasing the height of the structure, the overstrength reduction factor decreases; while the ductility reduction factor increases. Also, the response modification factor decreases with increasing length/depth ratio of spandrel beams. The coupled shear walls with diagonal reinforcement in spandrel beams have a greater R factor.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_55743_50d7805715f00777fcf6daca8da84173.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.003
Concrete Coupled Shear Wall
Ductility Reduction Factor
Response Modification Factor
Overstrength Factor
Spandrel Beam
Mussa
Mahmoudi
m.mahmoudi@sru.ac.ir
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Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
LEAD_AUTHOR
seyed Mohammad Reza
Mortazavi
mortazavimr@srttu.edu
2
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
AUTHOR
Saeid
Ajdari
saeidazhdari@yahoo.com
3
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
AUTHOR
Abdollahzadeh, G. and Malekzadeh, H. (2013). “Response modification factor of coupled steel shear walls”, Civil Engineering Infrastructures, 1(1), 15-26.
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Baradaran M.Sh., Dupuis M.J., Macauley J., Elwood K.J., Anderson D.L., and Simpson R. (2014). “Seismic performance of shear wall building with gravity induced lateral demands”, 10th U.S. National Conference on Earthquake Engineering Frontiers of Earthquake Engineering, July 21-25, 10 NCEE Anchorage, Alaska.
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Bazargani, P. and Adebar, P. (2015). “Interstory drifts from shear strains at base of high-rise concrete shear walls”, Journal of Structural Engineering, 141(12), 04015067.
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Bhunia, D., Prakash, V., and Pandey, A.D. (2013). A conceptual design approach of coupled shear walls, Hindawi Publishing Corporation, ISRN Civil Engineering, Article ID 161502, 28 pages.
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Mahmoudi, M. and Zaree, M. (2010), “Evaluating response modification factors of concentrically braced steel frames”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 66(10), 1196-1204.
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Meftah, S.A. and Mohri, F. (2013). “Seismic behavior of RC coupled shear walls with strengthened spandrel beams by bonded thin composite plates”, KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 17(2), 403-414.
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Investigating the Properties of Asphalt Concrete Containing Glass Fibers and Nanoclay
The performance of asphaltic pavements during their service life is highly dependent on the mechanical properties of the asphaltic layers. Therefore, in order to extend their service life, scientists and engineers are constantly trying to improve the mechanical properties of the asphaltic mixtures. One common method of improving the performance of asphaltic mixtures is using different types of additives. This research investigated the effects of reinforcement by randomly distributed glass fibers and the simultaneous addition of nanoclayon some engineering properties of asphalt concrete have been investigated. The properties of a typical asphalt concrete reinforced by different percentages of glass fibers were compared with those containing both the fibers and nanoclay. Engineering properties, including Marshall stability, flow, Marshall quotient, volumetric properties and indirect tensile strength were studied. Glass fibers were used in different percentages of 0.2, 0.4 and 0.6% (by weight of total mixture), and nanoclay was used in 2, 4 and 6% (by the weight of bitumen). It was found that the addition of fibers proved to be more effective than the nanoclay in increasing the indirect tensile strength. However, nanoclay improved the resistance of the mixture against permanent deformation better than the glass fibers. The results also showed that the mixture reinforced by 0.2% of glass fiber and containing 6% nanoclay possessed the highest Marshall quotient, and the mixture containing 0.6% glass fibers and 2% nanoclay possessedthe highest indirect tensile strength.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57583_34037a27acd089c5e5e36190110ac064.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.004
Asphalt Concrete
Glass Fiber
Nanoclay
Tensile strength
Hasan
Taherkhani
taherkhani.hasan@znu.ac.ir
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assistant professor, civil engineering department, university of zanjan, zanjan, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Abtahi, S.M., Esfandiarpour, S., Kunt, M., Hejazi, S.M. and Ebrahimi, M.G. (2013) “Hybrid reinforcement of asphalt concrete mixtures using glass and polypropylene fibers”, Journal of Engineering Fibers and Fabrics, 8(2), 25-35.
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Abtahi, S.M., Sheikhzadeh, M., Alipour, R., Hejazi, S.M. (2009). “Physical and mechanical properties of fibers-reinforced bitumen mixtures”, 7th National Conference on Textile Engineering Rasht, Iran.
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Investigation of Peak Particle Velocity Variations during Impact Pile Driving Process
Impact pile driving is a multi-component problem which is associated to multi-directional ground vibrations. At first, vibration is transferred from the hammer to the pile and then to the common interface of pile and soil. This is then transferred to the environment and has great impact on the adjacent structures, causing disturbance to residents and also damage to the buildings. It is of high importance to have sufficient estimation of pile driving vibration level in order to maintain the comfort of residents near the site and also to prevent the structural damage to buildings. In this study, a finite element model, using ABAQUS, with the ability of simulating continuous pile driving process from the ground surface, was introduced. The model was verified by comparing the computed peak particle velocities with those measured in the field. Parameters affecting the peak particle velocity (PPV), for example elastic modulus, shear strength parameters, impact force, pile diameter, etc. were considered, and variations of PPV was investigated. Results of present study indicated that PPV at the ground surface does not occur when the pile toe is located on the ground surface; as the pile penetrates into the ground, PPV reaches a maximum value at a critical depth of penetration. Moreover, the amplitude of vibration on the ground surface reduced logarithmically with increasing distance to the pile. Also, on the ground surface and radial distances of 3 to 20 m, maximum particle velocity occurred between 1 to 5 m depths of pile penetration. The results showed PPV as being directly proportional to the hammer impact force, pile diameter, friction angle and cohesion intercept and inversely proportional to the elastic modulus of the soil.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57238_2432a8765d2c08c940e9759b696afea2.pdf
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ABAQUS
Numerical analysis
Peak particle velocity
Pile Driving
Maryam
Rezaei
nina.rezaei@gmail.com
1
School of Engineering, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Amir
Hamidi
hamidi@khu.ac.ir
2
School of Engineering, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Abtin
Farshi Homayoun Rooz
std_abtinfhr@khu.ac.ir
3
School of Engineering, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Bolton, M.D. (1986). “Strength and dilatancy of sands”, Geotechnique, 36(1), 65-78.
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Deckner, F. (2013). “Ground vibrations due to pile and sheet pile driving- influencing factors, predictions and measurements”, B.Sc. Thesis, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
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Deeks, A.J. and Randolph, M.F. (1993). “Analytical modeling of hammer impact for pile driving”, International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 17(5), 279-302.
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Henke, S. and Grabe, J. (2006). “Simulation of pile driving by 3-dimensional finite-element analysis”, Proceedings of 17th European Young Geotechnical Engineers’ Conference, Szavits-Nossan V. (ed.), Zagreb, Croatia, Croatian Geotechnical Society, 215-233.
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Karlsson, Å‐B. (2013). “Tillsätt haverikommission för att utreda byggmisstag”, Debate article from Dagens Nyheter’s web paper DN.se. Published online 11.01.2013, http://www.dn.se/debatt/ tillsatt-averikommission-for-att-utreda-byggmisstag/.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Three-Dimensional Interfacial Green’s Function for Exponentially Graded Transversely Isotropic Bi-Materials
By virtue of a complete set of two displacement potentials, an analytical derivation of the elastostatic Green’s functions of an exponentially graded transversely isotropic bi-material full-space was presented. Three-dimensional point-load Green’s functions for stresses and displacements were given in line-integral representations. The formulation included a complete set of transformed stress-potential and displacement-potential relations, with the utilization of Fourier series and Hankel transform. As illustrations, the present Green’s functions were analytically degenerated into special cases, such as exponentially graded half-space and homogeneous full-space bi-material Green’s functions. Owing to the complicated integrand functions, the integrals were evaluated numerically, and in computing the integrals numerically, a robust and effective methodology was laid out which provided the necessary account of the presence of singularities of integration. Some typical numerical examples were also illustrated to demonstrate the general features of the exponentially graded bi-material Green’s functions which will be recognized by the effect of degree of variation of material properties.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_55744_4651af5ab40f057d52a0b43a634f84b8.pdf
2016-06-01
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Bi-Material
Displacement Potential
Exponentially Graded
Functionally Graded Material
Green’s Function
Transversely Isotropic
Farzad
Akbari
akbari.farzad@ut.ac.ir
1
School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Ali
Khojasteh
a.khojasteh@ut.ac.ir
2
School of Engineering Science, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Mohammad
Rahimian
rahimian@ut.ac.ir
3
School of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, University of Tehran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Apsel, R.J., and Luco, J.E. (1983). “On the Green’s functions for a layered half space. Part II”, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 73(4), 931-951.
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Birman, V., and Byrd, L.W. (2007). “Modeling and Analysis of Functionally Graded Materials and Structures”, Applied Mechanics Reviews, ASME, 60(5), 195-216.
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Eskandari, M., and Shodja, H.M. (2010). “Green’s functions of an exponentially graded transversely isotropic half-space”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 47 (11-12), 1537-1545.
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Eskandari-Ghadi, M., Pak, R.Y.S., and Ardeshir-Behrestaghi, A. (2009a). “Elastostatic Green's functions for an arbitrary internal load in a transversely isotropic bi-material full-space”, International Journal of Enginering Science, 47(4), 631-641.
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Eskandari-Ghadi, M., Sture, S., Pak, R.Y.S., and Ardeshir-Behrestaghi, A. (2009b). “A tri-material elastodynamic solution for a transversely isotropic full-space”, International Journal of Solids & Structures, 46(5), 1121–1133.
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Eskandari-Ghadi, M., Pak, R.Y.S., and Ardeshir-Behrestaghi, A. (2008). “Transversely isotropic elastodynamic solution of a finite layer on an, infinite subgrade under surface loads”, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 28(12), 986-1003.
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Khojasteh, A., Rahimian, M., and Eskandari-Ghadi, M. (2006). “Three dimensional analysis of a transversely isotropic half-space under the tangent load to the surface in the frequency domain”, Journal of Faculty of Engineering, University of Tehran, 40(5), 611-624 (In Persian).
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Khojasteh, A., Rahimian, M., and Pak, R.Y.S. (2008a). “Three-dimensional dynamic Green’s functions in transversely isotropic bi-materials”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 45 (18-19), 4952-4972.
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Khojasteh, A., Rahimian, M., Eskandari, M. and Pak, R.Y.S. (2008b). “Asymmetric wave propagation in a transversely isotropic half-space in displacement potentials”, International Journal of Engineering science, 46 (7), 690-710.
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Khojasteh, A., Rahimian, M., Pak, R.Y.S., and Eskandari, M. (2008c). “Asymmetric dynamic Green’s functions in a two-layered transversely isotropic half-space”, International Journal of Engineering Science, ASCE, 134(9), 777-787.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Ultimate Load Capacity and Behavior of Thin-Walled Curved-Steel Square Struts, Subjected to Compressive Load
There have been some experimental tests on hollow curved-steel struts with thin-walled square sections, in order to investigate their general behavior, particularly their capacity for bearing differing loads. One set of square tubes are cold-formed into segments of circular arcs with curvature radii, equal to 4000 mm. Different lengths of curved struts are fabricated so as to cover a practical range of slenderness ratios. The struts tests were pin-ended and had slenderness ratios, based on the straight length between ends ranging from 31-126. The cold-forming operation induces initial inelastic behavior and associated residual stresses. There is, therefore, an interaction among material effects, such as the strain hardening capacity, the Bauschinger effect, strain aging, and residual stresses, together with the significant geometrical effect of the initial curvature, caused by the cold-forming operation. Eventually the results from three series of tests, which are taken on fully-aged and stress-relief-annealed square curved struts, are compared. The variations in load carrying response are discussed.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57584_eeea52ca3a7cb8e7cd333e3cb31d9e79.pdf
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Bauschinger Effect
Curved Strut
Residual Stresses
Square Hollow Section
Strain Aging
Thin Walled
Ultimate Load Capacity
S.Mohammad Reza
Mortazavi
mortazavi@srttu.edu
1
Shahid Rajai Teacher Training University, Tehran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Behrouz
Zaeimdar
b.zaeimdar@srttu.edu
2
Shahid Rajaee Teacher Training University
AUTHOR
Afshan, S., Rossi, B., and Gardner, L. (2013). “Strength enhancements in cold-formed structural sections, Part I: Material testing”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 83, 177-188.
1
American Society for Testing and Materials. (2000). “ASTM designation E 8-00 standard test methods for tension testing of metallic materials”, ASTM, West Conshohocken, PA, USA.
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Gardner, L. and Nethercot, D.A. (2004). “Experiments on stainless steel hollow sections- Part 1: Material and cross-sectional behavior”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 60(9), 1291-1318.
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Ghasemian, M., Mortazavi, M. and Schmidt, L.C. (1999). “Behaviour of hollow curved steel struts subjected to compressive load”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 52(2), 219-234.
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Jandera, M., Gardner, L. and Machacek, J. (2008). “Residual stresses in cold-rolled stainless steel hollow sections”, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 64(11), 1255-1263.
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Linzell, D.G., Zureick, A. and Leon, R.T. (2003). “Comparison of measured and predicted response of manufactured circular steel tubular members under concentric and eccentric compressive and tensile loads”, Engineering Structures, 25(8), 1019-1031.
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Raghavan, V. (2015). Physical metallurgy: Principles and practice, 3rd Edition, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
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Rezaie, F., Ahmadi, G. and Farnam, S.M. (2015). “Load test and model calibration of a horizontally curved steel Box-Girder bridge”, Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 48(2), 323-340.
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Rezaiee-Pajand, M. and Mohtashmi, A. (2010). “Advanced analysis of plane steel frame having imperfect elements”, Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 44(3), 365-377.
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Schmidt, L. and Mortazavi, S.M. (2007). “Influence of pre-straining on tangent modulus of tubular struts”, Journal of Technology and Education, 1(2), 21-28.
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Zhao, X.L. (2000). “Section capacity of very high strength (VHS) circular tubes under compression”, Thin-Walled Structures, 37(3), 223-240.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Seismic Bearing Capacity of Strip Footings on Pile-Stabilized Slopes
This paper develops an analytical method to calculate seismic bearing capacity of a strip footing, which is located on a slope reinforced with rows of pile. The resistance of passive pile is determined based on normal and shear stress of the soil around the pile, which is then compared to other analytical methods. This comparison indicates an acceptable agreement. The variants of the study include location of pile rows, location of footing with respect to the slope crest, foundation depth, and horizontal seismic coefficient. The footing seismic bearing capacity is calculated based on seismic slope stability with limit analysis method (yield acceleration coefficient of reinforced slope with pile row) as well as soil stability beneath the footing by means of virtual retaining wall method. The main objective is to determine and establish the relation between various parameters and seismic bearing capacities of the footing, and to find the best location of the pile row that gives the best improvement in the footing seismic bearing capacity. Results indicate that stabilizing the earth slope with rows of piles has a significant effect on the improvement of seismic bearing capacity of the footing. In addition, the results of the present method are compared with those, reported by others, to demonstrate a reasonable agreement.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57585_697f5931b758d794e874e9f520d0628c.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.008
analytical method
Footing
Footing Bearing Capacity
Pile
seismic
Slope
Yield Acceleration
Maryam
Haghbin
haghbin@iiau.ac.ir
1
Islamic Azad University (Islamshahr)
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mahmoud
Ghazavi
ghazavi_ma@kntu.ac.ir
2
khajeh nasir university
AUTHOR
Auslio, E., Conte, E. and Dente, G. (2001). "Stability analysis of slopes reinforced with piles", Computers and Geotechnics, 28(8), 591-611.
1
Azzam, W.R. (2010). "Experimental and numerical studies of sand slopes loaded with skirted strip footing", Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 15(H), 795-812.
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Chen, W.F. (1975). Limit analysis and soil plasticity, Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam.
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Choudhury, D. and Rao, S. (2006). "Seismic bearing capacity of Shallow strip footings Embedded in Slope", International Journal of Geomechanics, 6(3), 176-184.
4
Farzaneh, O., Askari, F. and Hadad, B. (2009). "Experimental modeling of three dimensional bearing capacity of footings on slopes", Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 43(1), 85-93.
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Hassiotist, S. and Chameau, J.L. (1997). "Design method for stabilization of slopes with piles", Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 123(4), 314-322.
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Mofidi, J., Farzaneh, O. and Askari, F. (2014). "Bearing capacity of strip footings near slopes using lower bound limit analysis", Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 47(1), 89-109.
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Xinpo, L., Siming, H. and Yong, W. (2010). "Seismic displacement of slopes reinforced with piles", Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 136(6), 1140-1155.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Bending Solution for Simply Supported Annular Plates Using the Indirect Trefftz Boundary Method
This paper presents the bending analysis of annular plates by the indirect Trefftz boundary approach. The formulation for thin and thick plates is based on the Kirchhoff plate theory and the Reissner plate theory. The governing equations are therefore a fourth-order boundary value problem and a sixth-order boundary value problem, respectively. The Trefftz method employs the complete set of solutions satisfying the governing equation. The main benefit of the Trefftz boundary method is that it does not involve singular integrals because of the properties of its solution basis functions. It can therefore be classified into the regular boundary element method. The present method is simple and efficient in comparison with the other methods. In addition, the boundary conditions can be embedded in this method. Finally, several numerical examples are shown to illustrate the efficiency and simplicity of the current approach.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_55742_7c0b743709a9306bf156e3f6292f2c34.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.009
Annular Plates
Indirect Trefftz Method
Kirchhoff Plate Theory
Reissner Plate Theory
Amin
Ghannadiasl
aghannadiasl@uma.ac.ir
1
Faculty of Engineering, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili
LEAD_AUTHOR
Asadollah
Noorzad
noorzad@ut.ac.ir
2
School of Civil Engineering, the University of Tehran
AUTHOR
Abdollahzadeh, G. and Ghobadi, F. (2014). “Mathematical modeling of column-base connections under monotonic loading”, Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 47(2), 255-272.
1
Banerjee, P.K. (1981). The boundary element Methods in Engineering, 2nd Edition, McGraw-Hill Publication Co., New York.
2
Brański, A. and Borkowska, D. (2015). “Effectiveness of nonsingular solutions of the boundary problems based on Trefftz methods”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 59, 97-104.
3
Chen, J.T., Lee, Y.T., Yu, S.R. and Shieh, S.C. (2009). “Equivalence between the Trefftz method and the method of fundamental solution for the annular Green's function using the addition theorem and image concept”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 33(5), 678-688.
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Chen, J.T., Kao, S.K., Lee, W.M. and Lee, Y.T. (2010a). “Eigen solutions of the Helmholtz equation for a multiply connected domain with circular boundaries using the multipole Trefftz method”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 34(5), 463-470.
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Chen, W., Fu, Z.J. and Qin, Q.H. (2010b). “Boundary particle method with high-order Trefftz functions”, Computers, Materials and Continua (CMC), 13(3), 201-217.
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Finlayson, B.A. (1972). The method of weighted Residuals and variational Principles, Academic Press, New York.
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Ghannadiasl, A. and Noorzad, A. (2009). “Free vibration analysis of thin circular plates by the indirect Trefftz method”, Mesh Reduction Methods, 49, 317-328.
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Ghannadiasl, A. and Noorzad, A. (2007). “Exact mixed-Kirchhoff solutions for the bending analysis of axisymmetric Reissner plates”, Proceedings of International Symposium on Advances in Earthquake and Structural Engineering, Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta-Antalya, Turkey.
10
Ghasemieh, M. and Shamim, I. (2010). “Influence of the axial force on the bending behavior of the extended end plate connections”, Journal of Faculty of Engineering, University of Tehran, 44(3), 413-424.
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Grysa, K. and Maciejewska, B. (2013). “Trefftz functions for the non-stationary problems”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 51(2), 251-264.
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Karageorghis, A. (2013). “Efficient Trefftz collocation algorithms for elliptic problems in circular domains”, Numerical Algorithms, 64(3), 427-453.
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Karas, M.S. and Zielinski, A.P. (2008). “Boundary‐value recovery by the Trefftz approach in structural inverse problems”, Communications in Numerical Methods in Engineering, 24(7), 605-625.
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Kretzschmar, F., Schnepp, S.M., Tsukerman, I. and Weiland, T. (2014). “Discontinuous Galerkin methods with Trefftz approximations”, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 270, 211-222.
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Ku, C.Y., Kuo, C.L., Fan, C.M., Liu, C.S. and Guan, P.C. (2015). “Numerical solution of three-dimensional Laplacian problems using the multiple scale Trefftz method”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 50, 157-168.
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Lee, M.G., Young, L. J., Li, Z.C. and Chu, P.C. (2010). “Combined Trefftz methods of particular and fundamental solutions for corner and crack singularity of linear elastostatics”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 34(7), 632–654.
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Lee, W.M., Chen, J.T. and Lee, Y.T. (2007). “Free vibration analysis of circular plates with multiple circular holes using indirect BIEMs”, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 304(3), 811-830.
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Li, Z.C., Lee, M.G. and Chiang, J.Y. (2013). “Collocation Trefftz methods for the stokes equations with singularity”, Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 29(2), 361-395.
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Li, Z.C., Lu, T.T., Hu, H.Y. and Cheng, A.H. (2008). Trefftz and collocation methods, WIT press.
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Li, Z.C., Young, L.J., Huang, H.T., Liu, Y.P. and Cheng, A.H.D. (2010). “Comparisons of fundamental solutions and particular solutions for Trefftz methods”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 34(3), 248-258.
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Li, Z.C., Lee, M.G., Chiang, J.Y. and Liu, Y.P. (2011). “The Trefftz method using fundamental solutions for biharmonic equations”, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 235(15), 4350-4367.
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Liu, C. (2007a). “A highly accurate solver for the mixed-boundary potential problem and singular problem in arbitrary plane domain”, Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (CMES), 20(2), 111-122.
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Liu, C. (2007b). “A modified Trefftz method for two-dimensional Laplace equation considering the domain's characteristic length”. Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (CMES), 21(1), 53-65.
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Maciąg, A. (2011). “Trefftz functions for a plate vibration problem”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 49(1), 97-116.
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Maciąg, A. and Pawinska, A. (2013). “Solving direct and inverse problems of plate vibration by using the Trefftz functions”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 51(3), 543-552.
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Shahabian, F., Elachachi, S.M. and Breysse, D. (2013). “Safety analysis of the patch load resistance of plate girders: Influence of model error and variability”, Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 46(2), 145-160.
32
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Qin, Q.H. and Wang, H. (2008). Matlab and C programming for Trefftz finite element methods, CRC Press.
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Young, D.L., Chen, K.H., Chen, J.T. and Kao, J.H. (2007). “A modified method of fundamental solutions with source on the boundary for solving Laplace equations with circular and arbitrary domains”, Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences (CMES), 19(3), 197-221.
39
Zenkour, A.M. (2003). “Exact mixed-classical solutions for the bending analysis of shear deformable rectangular plates”, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 27(7), 515-534.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Mechanical Behavior of Concrete, Made with Micro-Nano Air Bubbles
Nano materials have been widely used in laboratory and industrial scales in order to improve various properties of concrete and concrete mixture. The mainstream practice of the researches in this field is to add metallic nano-particles into the concrete mixture. The present research focuses on adding Micro-Nano Air Bubbles (MNAB) into water before mixing it with aggregate and cement mixtures. It studies the compressive and tensile strength as well as other engineering properties of the concrete such as the initial and final setting time and the variation in temperature during the setting. The ratio of water/cement was 0.6 with three specimens, prepared for each mixed design to ensure the data quality. Results showed that MNAB-made concrete had 19% higher compression and 16% tensile strength, while the initial and final setting times were significantly shorter (approximately a half) and hydration temperature was notably lower than ordinary concrete.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57586_afeb319dd13451561c626ce65eada1e5.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.010
Compression Strength
Concrete
Micro-Nano Air Bubble
Setting Time
Tensile Strength
Workability
Amir
Arefi
amirarefi67@yahoo.com
1
Shahrood University of Technology
AUTHOR
Seyed Fazlolah
Saghravani
saghravani@shahroodut.ac.ir
2
Shahrood University of Technology
LEAD_AUTHOR
Reza
Mozaffari Naeeni
reza_mozaffarei@yahoo.com
3
Shahrood University of Technology, MINAB Toos New Technologies
AUTHOR
Abdoli Yazdi, N., Arefi, M.R., Mollaahmadi, E. and Abdollahi Nejand, B. (2011). “To study the effect of adding Fe2O3 nano particles on the morphology properties and microstructure of cement mortar”, Life Science Journal, 8(4), 550-554.
1
Behfarnia, K., Keivan, A. and Keivan, A. (2013). “The effects of TiO2 and ZnO nano particles on physical and mechanical properties of normal concrete”, Asian Journal of Civil Engineering, (BHRC), 14(4), 517-531.
2
Boshehrian, A. and Hosseini, P. (2011). “Effect of nano-SiO2 particles on properties of cement mortar applicable for ferro cement elements”, Concrete Research Letters, 2(1), 167-180.
3
Guo, M.Z., Ling, T.C. and Poon, C.S. (2013). "Nano-TiO2-based architectural mortar for NO removal and bacteria inactivation: Influence of coating and weathering conditions", Cement and Concrete Composites, 36(1), 101-108.
4
Kosmatka, S.H., Kerkhoff, B. and Panarese, W.C. (2003). Design and control of concrete mixtures, EB001, 14th Edition, Chapter 8, Air-Entrained Concrete, USA.
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Li, H., Hu, L., Song, D. and Al-Tabbaa, A. (2014). "Subsurface transport behavior of micro-nano bubbles and potential applications for groundwater remediation", International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11(1), 473-486.
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Mozaffari Naeeni, R. (2014). “Investigation on the hydrodynamics standard pattern using micro-nano air bubbles", M.Sc. Thesis, Shahrood University of Technology, Iran.
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Naji Givi, A., Abdul Rashid, S., Aziz F.N.A. and Salleh, M. (2010). “Experimental investigation of the size effects of SiO2nano-particles on the mechanical properties of binary blended concrete”, Composites B, 41(8), 673-677.
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Nazari, A. and Riahi, Sh. (2011). “Effects of CuO nano particles on compressive strength of self-compacting concrete”, Indian Academy of Sciences, Sadhana 36(3), 371–391.
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Nazari, A., Riahi, Sh., Riahi, Sh., Shamekhi, S.F. and Khademno, A. (2010a). “Assessment of the effects of the cement paste composite in presence TiO2 Nnanoparticles”, Journal of American Science, 6(4), 43-46.
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Nazari, A., Riahi, Sh., Riahi, Sh., Shamekhi, S.F. and Khademno, A. (2010b). “Influence of Al2O3 nano particles on the compressive strength and workability of blended concrete”, Journal of American Science, 6(5), 6-9.
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Nazari, A., Riahi, Sh., Riahi, Sh., Shamekhi, S.F. and Khademno, A., (2010c). “The effects of incorporation Fe2O3 nano particles on tensile and flexural strength of concrete”, Journal of American Science, 6(4), 90-93.
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Nazari, A., Riahi, Sh., Riahi, Sh., Shamekhi, S.F. and Khademno, A. (2009). “Mechanical properties of cement mortar with Al2O3 nano particles”, Journal of American Science, 6(4), 94-97.
13
Pradesh, H. (2012). “Application of nanotechnology in building materials”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) 2(5), 1077-1082.
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Rathi, V.R. and Modhera, C.D. (2014). “An overview on the influence of nano materials on properties of concrete”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science Engineering and Technology, 3(2), 9100-9105.
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Riding, K.A., Poole, J.L., Schindler, A.K., Juenger, M.G., and Folliard, K.J. (2006). “Evaluation of temperature prediction methods for mass concrete members,” ACI Materials Journal, 103(5), 357-365.
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Salemi, N., Behfarnia, K. and Zaree, S.A. (2014). “Effect of nanoparticles on frost durability of concrete”, Asian Journal of Civil Engineering (BHRC), 15(1), 411-420.
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Saloma (2013). “Experimental Investigation on Nanomaterial Concrete”, International Journal of Civil & Environmental Engineering, 13(3), 15-20.
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Tsuge, H. (2015). Micro and nano bubbles, fundamentals and applications, Pan Stanford Publishing.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Permeability Characteristics of Compacted and Stabilized Clay with Cement, Peat Ash and Silica Sand
The present paper investigates the influence of stabilization with cement, peat ash, and silica sand on permeability coefficient (kv) of compacted clay, using a novel approach to stabilize the clay with peat ash as a supplementary material of cement in the compacted and stabilized soil. In order to assess the mentioned influence, test specimens of both untreated and stabilized soil have been tested in the laboratory so that their permeability could be evaluated. Falling head and one dimensional consolidation tests of laboratory permeability were performed on the clay specimens and the chemical compositions of the materials as well as microstructure of the stabilized soil with 18% cement, 2% peat ash, and 5% silica sand were investigated, using X-ray fluorescence and scanning electron microscopy respectively. Results show that for soil stabilization with up to 8% cement content (of the dry weight of the soil), the average value of coefficient of permeability (kv) is very close to that of untreated soil, whereas the kv value decreases drastically for 18% cement under identical void ratio conditions. It is further revealed that addition of 18% cement, 2% peat ash, and 5% silica sand had decreased the coefficient of permeability by almost 2.2 folds after 24 h, while about 1.7 folds increase was observed in coefficient of permeability once 13.5% of cement, 1.5% of peat ash, and 20% of silica sand were added. The partial replacement of cement with the 2% peat ash can reduce the consumption of cement for soil stabilization.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57587_baaec551b267280caa4b649d90e897bc.pdf
2016-06-01
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10.7508/ceij.2016.01.011
Falling Head
One Dimensional Consolidation
Peat Ash
Permeability
Silica Sand
Seyed Esmaeil
Mousavi
matin_mousavi54@yahoo.com
1
Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, IKRAM-UNITEN Road, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia
LEAD_AUTHOR
Leong Sing
Wong
wongls2011@gmail.com
2
College of Graduate Studies, Universiti Tenaga Nasional, IKRAM-UNITEN Road, 43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia
AUTHOR
Abdi, M.R. and Parsa Pajouh, A. (2009). "Use of bentonite and lime for decreasing the permeability of liner and cover in landfills", Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 43(1), 61-70.
1
ASTM D5084-03. (2003), Standard test methods for measurement of hydraulic conductivity of saturated porous materials, American Society of Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA.
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ASTM D2435. (2003), ASTM D2435, Standard test method for one-dimensional consolidation properties of soils using incremental loading, American Society of Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, Philadelphia, 04.08, pp. 1-10.
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ASTM C204-11. (2014),Standard test methods for fineness of hydraulic cement by air permeability apparatus,American Society of Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA.
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ASTM D698. (2012), Standard test methods for laboratory compaction characteristics of soil using standard effort, American Society of Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA.
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ASTM D2974-14. (2014), Standard test methods for moisture, ash, and organic matter of peat and other organic soils, American Society of Testing and Materials, Annual Book of ASTM Standards, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA.
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Bujang, B.K.H., Kazemian, S., Prasad, A. and Barghchi, M. (2011). "State of an art review of peat: General perspective", International Journal of the Physical Sciences, 6(8), 1988-1996.
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Bazargan, J. and Shoaei, S.M. (2010). "Analysis of non-darcy flow in rock fill materials using gradually varied flow method", Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 44(2), 131-139.
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Bahar, R., Benazzoug, M. and Kenai, S. (2004). "Performance of compacted cement-stabilised soil", Cement and Concrete Composites, 26(7), 811-820.
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Das, B.M. (1989). Soil mechanic laboratory manual, 6th Edition, Hardcover, Oxford.
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Ghasemzadeh, H. and Abounouri, A.A. (2013). "The effect of dynamic permeability on velocity and intrinsic attenuation of compressional waves in sand", Civil Engineering Infrastructures Journal, 46(2), 221-231.
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Goodary, R., Lecomte-Nana, G.L., Petit, C. and Smith., D.S. (2012). "Investigation of the strength development in cement-stabilised soils of volcanic origin", Construction and Building Materials, 28(1), 592-598.
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Hossain, K.M.A. and Mol, L. (2011). "Some engineering properties of stabilized clayey soils incorporating natural pozzolans and industrial wastes", Construction and Building Materials, 25(8), 3495-3501.
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Horpibulusk, S., Rachan, R., Chinkulkijniwat, A., Raksachon, Y. and Suddeepong, A. (2010). "Analysis of strength development in cement-stabilized silty clay from micro structural considerations", Construction and Building Materials, 24(10), 2011-2021.
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Horpibulsuk, S., Phojan, W., Suddeepong, A., Chinkulkijniwat, A. and Liu Martin, D. (2012). "Strength development in blended cement admixed saline clay", Applied Clay Science, 55, 44-52.
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Horpibulsuk, S., Rachan, R. and Suddeepong, A. (2011). "Compressibility and permeability of Bangkok clay compared with kaolinite and bentonite", Applied Clay Science, 52(1-2), 150-159.
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Kowalski, T.E., Dale, W. and Starry, Jr. (2007). "Modern soil stabilization techniques", Annual Conference of the Transportation Association of Canada, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, October, pp. 14-17.
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Mahasenan, N., Steve, S., Kenneth, H. and Kaya, Y. (2003). "The cement industry and global climate change: Current and potential future cement industry CO2 emissions", Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 6th International Conference, Oxford, Pergamon, pp. 995-1000.
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Mousavi, S.E. and Wong, L.S. (2015). "Performance of compacted and stabilized clay with cement, peat ash and silica sand", Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering, 9(1), 20-32.
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Wong, L.S., Hashim, R. and Ali, F. (2013). "Utilization of sodium bentonite to maximize the filler and pozzolanic effects of stabilized peat", Engineering Geology, 152(1), 56-66.
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Yilmaz, Y. and Ozaydin, V. (2013). "Compaction and shear strength characteristics of colemanite ore waste modified active belite cement stabilized high plasticity soils", Engineering Geology,155, 45-53.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Damage Detection of Axially Loaded Beam: A Frequency-Based Method
The present study utilizes an analytical method to formulate the three lowest modal frequencies of axially-loaded notched beam through both crack location and load level in a specific format that can be used in existing frequency-based crack-identification methods. The proposed formula provides a basis to shift into two states, one with axial loading and the other without any loading whatsoever. When any two natural frequencies in simply-supported beam with an open crack, subjected to axial load, are measured, crack position and extent can be determined, using a characteristic equation, which is a function of crack location, sectional flexibility, and eigenvalue (natural frequency). Theoretical results show high accuracy for service axial loads. In this range, errors for crack location and extent are less than 12% and 10%, respectively.
https://ceij.ut.ac.ir/article_57588_3c70f686ba5a3f5c8945184c1699a0e5.pdf
2016-06-01
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Axial Load
Characteristic Equation
Damage Detection
Eigen Frequency
Notched Beam
Omid
Rezaifar
rezayfar@yahoo.com
1
Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Department, Research Institute of Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran.
AUTHOR
Mohammad Reza
Doostmohammadi
m_doostmohamadi@semnan.ac.ir
2
M.Sc, Research Institute of Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering, Semnan University, Semnan, Iran.
LEAD_AUTHOR
Attar, M. (2012). "A transfer matrix method for free vibration analysis and crack identification of stepped beams with multiple edge cracks and different boundary conditions", International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 57(1), 19-33.
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