Recent Advances in Earthquake Resilient Structures
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شناسه دیجیتال (DOI): 10.22631/ICCECONF.2017.17483.1502
نویسندگان
Senior Structural Engineer, MGA Structural. Eng. Inc., Glendale, CA US
چکیده
The current article introduces a new methodology for developing Earthquake Resilient Structures (ERS). This is achieved by following principles of full cycle Performance control (PC) and embracing a holistic approach to Design Led Analysis (DLA) of ERS. Collapse Prevention (CP), Post-Earthquake Realignment and Repairs (PERR) are the basic traits of ERS. Real buildings cannot be ideally re-centered unless specifically designed and detailed for CP and PERR. The proposed methodology is introduced by way of developing an earthquake resilient Rocking Core Moment Frame (RCMF), as the lateral resisting component of a gravity resisting structure that has been detailed not to develop residual effects while sustaining large lateral deformations.



The current article introduces a new methodology for developing Earthquake Resilient Structures (ERS). This is achieved by following principles of full cycle Performance control (PC) and embracing a holistic approach to Design Led Analysis (DLA) of ERS. Collapse Prevention (CP), Post-Earthquake Realignment and Repairs (PERR) are the basic traits of ERS. Real buildings cannot be ideally re-centered unless specifically designed and detailed for CP and PERR. The proposed methodology is introduced by way of developing an earthquake resilient Rocking Core Moment Frame (RCMF), as the lateral resisting component of a gravity resisting structure that has been detailed not to develop residual effects while sustaining large lateral deformations.
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Title
Resiliency, re-centering, collapse prevention, repairability, cost effectiveness
Authors
Mark Grigorian
Abstract
The current article introduces a new methodology for developing Earthquake Resilient Structures (ERS). This is achieved by following principles of full cycle Performance control (PC) and embracing a holistic approach to Design Led Analysis (DLA) of ERS. Collapse Prevention (CP), Post-Earthquake Realignment and Repairs (PERR) are the basic traits of ERS. Real buildings cannot be ideally re-centered unless specifically designed and detailed for CP and PERR. The proposed methodology is introduced by way of developing an earthquake resilient Rocking Core Moment Frame (RCMF), as the lateral resisting component of a gravity resisting structure that has been detailed not to develop residual effects while sustaining large lateral deformations.


The current article introduces a new methodology for developing Earthquake Resilient Structures (ERS). This is achieved by following principles of full cycle Performance control (PC) and embracing a holistic approach to Design Led Analysis (DLA) of ERS. Collapse Prevention (CP), Post-Earthquake Realignment and Repairs (PERR) are the basic traits of ERS. Real buildings cannot be ideally re-centered unless specifically designed and detailed for CP and PERR. The proposed methodology is introduced by way of developing an earthquake resilient Rocking Core Moment Frame (RCMF), as the lateral resisting component of a gravity resisting structure that has been detailed not to develop residual effects while sustaining large lateral deformations.
Keywords
Resiliency, re-centering, collapse prevention, repairability, cost effectiveness