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Seismic Performance of Assembled Shear Wall with Defective Sleeve Connection

Hua Yan1,2,3, Bo Song1,3,*, Dongsheng Xu2, Guodong Zhang2
1 School of Civil and Resource Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing, 100083, China
2 School of Architecture and Engineering, Langfang Normal University, Langfang, 065000, China
3 Beijing International Science and Technology Cooperation Base for Earthquake Research on Mass Transit Railway Project, Beijing, 100083, China
* Corresponding Author: Bo Song. Email:
(This article belongs to this Special Issue: Soft Computing Techniques in Materials Science and Engineering)

Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences 2022, 131(1), 199-217. https://doi.org/10.32604/cmes.2022.016312

Received 25 February 2021; Accepted 19 October 2021; Issue published 24 January 2022

Abstract

In this paper, three kinds of shear walls with full sleeve grouting, fully defective sleeve and partially defective are designed for finite element analysis to analyze the influence of defects on the seismic performance of shear walls. The research shows that at the beginning of loading (5 s), the three models begin to appear compressive damage at the bottom of the wall in all three models. The damage of the defect-free model develops rapidly, and the damage of the fully defective model is basically the same as that of the partially defective model. With the gradual increase of displacement control (15 s), the compressive damages at the foot of the wall in the defect-free and partially defective grouting model are obvious, with plastic hinge formed in the foot of the wall, and the phenomenon of development along the pier body showing up. When the structure is damaged, the overall compressive damages of the wall in the defect-free and partially defective models are obvious, and the damage on the defective side of the partially defective model is slightly deficient. While the maximum stress of pre-stressed reinforcement in the defect-free model is concentrated at the top of the sleeve, the maximum stress of the pre-stressed steel bar in the fully defective model appears at the end of the steel bar in the sleeve. The hysteresis curve shape of the non-defect model and partially defective model are basically the same, showing a “shuttle” shape with a sound energy dissipation effect. The hysteresis curve shape of the fully defective model appears an obvious “pinch” phenomenon. The yield displacement levels of the defect-free and partially defective models are smaller than that of the fully defective model structure. The stiffness degradation curves of the three models basically overlap with one another. Before the limit displacement, the stiffness results of the non-defect model and the partially defective model are greater than that of the fully defective model. When the displacement is loaded to 20 mm, the stiffness degradation of the three models is equivalent.

Keywords

Grouting sleeve; defects; shear wall; finite element analysis; seismic performance

Cite This Article

Yan, H., Song, B., Xu, D., Zhang, G. (2022). Seismic Performance of Assembled Shear Wall with Defective Sleeve Connection. CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 131(1), 199–217.



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