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《Journal of Earthquake Engineering and Engineering Vibration》 2009-01
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Study on deformation and energy dissipation property of reinforced concrete hollow shear wall structure with slits

JIN Huaiyin1,LI Wenguang2,XU Shufang3(1.State Key Laboratory for Disaster Reduction in Civil Engineering,Tongji University,Shanghai 200092,China;2.Xuzhou Institute of Technology,Xuzhou 221008,China;3.School of Civil Engineering,Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology,Xi'an 710055,China)  
In order to study the aseismatic property of reinforced concrete hollow shear wall structure with slits,pseudo-dynamic and pseudo-static tests on a 1/3.0 scale six-storey model building were conducted.Property of deformation and energy dissipation capacity of the structure under seismic action were analyzed,with emphasis on damage mechanism,hysteretic property and weak points or parts of structure.Experimental results show that the ductile bending-shear failure mode of the structure is different from that of common shear wall;the deformation capacity and energy dissipation property of the structure were greatly improved because of the vertical seams in the model structure in elastic-plastic behavior,and the model structure has strong capacity of deformation and energy dissipation.As a new kind of structure with good aseismatic property,reinforced concrete hollow shear wall structure with slits is worthwhile to be widely applied and popularized in actual engineering.
【CateGory Index】: TU398.2
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