Analysis of Normal and High Strength Concrete Structures for Serviceability and Strength

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Title Analysis of Normal and High Strength Concrete Structures for Serviceability and Strength
Author Loo, Yew-Chaye; Chowdhury, Sanaul Huq
Publication Title Emerging Trends: Keynote Lectures and Symposia
Editor Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai, Sunil Munasinghe & Naveed Anwar
Year Published 2006
Place of publication Pathumthani, Thailand
Publisher Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
Abstract Serviceability and strength of concrete structures constitute a major research front at the School of Engineering, Griffith University. Work conducted to-date ranges from the development of the layered finite element method and the associated theoretical studies to experimental programs on high strength concrete elements. In particular, serviceability studies include natural frequency, cracking and crack patterns, deflection and damping characteristics; strength investigations cover beams, slabs and walls, as well as the punching shear strength of flat plates. Also covered is a long-term on-site study of column shortening in a recently completed 80-storey residential building on the Gold Coast, Southeast Queensland. These research endeavours have resulted in a significant number of publications. Summarised herein are the findings of a total of 51 such publications, spanning the period mainly from 1995 to 2005. These research findings may help advance the design methodology for concrete structures.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
ISBN 974-8257-22-3
Conference name The Tenth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction
Location Bangkok, Thailand
Date From 2006-08-03
Date To 2006-08-05
Date Accessioned 2007-01-03
Language en_AU
Faculty Faculty of Science, Environment, Engineering and Technology
Subject Structural Engineering
Publication Type Conference Publications (Full Written Paper - Refereed)
Publication Type Code e1

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