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material properties of the soils on which the equation was developed and the soil being tested (1 2 3). Although DCP interpretation is a very good indicator of in situ strength and stiffness inherent inaccuracies in most laboratory strength and stiffness test

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Feb 01 2018 · Stiffness degradation is certainly observed when the shear stress amplitude is larger than the volumetric shear strain (Vucetic 1994 Jafarian et al. 2014b). The hysteresis loops presented in Fig. 3 are related to the tests with a cyclic shear strain amplitude of γ a = 0.5 which is larger than the volumetric threshold shear strain ( γ tv

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May 19 2020 · Ukyo et al. tested the rolling shear properties of CLT fabricated with Japanese cedar and found that its rolling shear strength was highly correlated with the shear modulus. Oh et al. 8 proposed a lamina-property-based model for predicting the compressive strength of CLT panels and revealed that the CLT compressive strength increased with

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This paper focuses on the evaluations of stiffness ultimate strength capacity and cyclic loading deterioration characteristics of two different wood buildings shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 1 Construction and setup of two wood test buildings (January 2019) (1) Construction site (outside west yard) (2) Completion of setups in E-Defense

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material properties of the soils on which the equation was developed and the soil being tested (1 2 3). Although DCP interpretation is a very good indicator of in situ strength and stiffness inherent inaccuracies in most laboratory strength and stiffness test

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Dec 08 2020 · The properties of clean sands pertaining to shear strength and stiffness have been studied extensively. However natural sands generally contain significant amounts of silt and/or clay.

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cyclic shear effect has long been recognized data basis relevant to the issue have rarely been produced. In parti-cular the effects of cyclic shear load on the fracture stiffness dilation rate and on different fracture roughness have rarely been investigated. The objective of this study is to investigate the rock fracture strength and

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occurred. The bond strength was reduced by up to 50 following load cycling. (c) "Kric Krac" This material provided a low stiffness attachment whose ultimate strength exceeded that of the material strips. This resulted in the strips tearing rather than pulling apart. Cyclic loading reduced the mechanical strength of its attachment significantly.

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Dec 08 2020 · The properties of clean sands pertaining to shear strength and stiffness have been studied extensively. However natural sands generally contain significant amounts of silt and/or clay.

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2.2. Shear Stiffness The effective shear stiffness for the elastic range of bi-linear idealisation is defined by a reduction factor v as fol-lows k v eff = k (1) where k v eff denotes the secant shear stiffness at the yield state and k v is the uncracked shear stiffness defined in Park and Paulay 12 for prismatic beam k v = Gb w d f h w (2)

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stiffness and strength of the various attachments. Particular reference was made to the alteration in attachment strength after cyclic foading. The strength of the standard Velcro was found to be least affected after cyclic loading to simulate continuous usage. A recommendation is made on the specific application of each type of

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May 05 2000 · The properties of clean sands pertaining to shear strength and stiffness have been studied extensively. However natural sands generally contain significant amounts of silt and/or clay. The mechanical response of such soils is different from that of clean sands.

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Fig. 2 shows the degradation of the cyclic shear strength and several physical parameters such as shear modulus with strain during SC and CC tests of the stress amplitude number of load cycles strain levels and rate samples having initial isotropic consolidation pressures of (a) 50 of loading (Wood 1982).

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Placing hold-downs on both sides of the coupled shear walls increased. performancei.e. 43 and 25 increase in strength and stiffness compared to coupled shear walls with hold-downs. located

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Mortara et al. 16 studied the impact of cyclic shear on the strength properties of the contact surface between the soil and structure by performing a series of cyclic shear tests. Nye et al. 17 studied the shear properties of the clay-geosynthetics interface by implementing monotonic direct shear and cyclic direct shear tests.

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Feb 16 2015 · Longer pre-shear aging periods or higher dosages (3-5 ) of laponite lead to higher cyclic resistance and have a consistent impact on the parameters used to

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Feb 16 2015 · Longer pre-shear aging periods or higher dosages (3-5 ) of laponite lead to higher cyclic resistance and have a consistent impact on the parameters used to

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Two-way cyclic tangential-displacement-controlled experiments were performed under a constant normal stiffness condition to study the phenomenon of reduction in the maximum shear stress with cycles. This phenomenon is known to be the cause of degradation of shaft resistance in piles subjected to cyclic loading in the axial direction.

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earthquakes. This seismic vulnerability is due to URM s high mass and stiffness low tensile and shear strength low ductility and high variability of material properties. When a building is subject to earthquake loading inertial forces are transferred from floors and out-of-plane walls to in-plane walls.

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This paper focuses on the evaluations of stiffness ultimate strength capacity and cyclic loading deterioration characteristics of two different wood buildings shown in Fig. 1. Fig. 1 Construction and setup of two wood test buildings (January 2019) (1) Construction site (outside west yard) (2) Completion of setups in E-Defense

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5.4 Prediction of Specimens Ultimate Strength 112 5.4.1 Flexural Strength 112 5.4.2 Shear Strength 113 5.4.3 Comparison of Predicted Ultimate Strength to Test Results 115 5.4.4 Confinement Influence on Wall Response 118 5.5 Conclusions 119 CHAPTER 6 EVALUATION OF FLEXURAL AND SHEAR STIFFNESS

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Dec 08 2020 · The properties of clean sands pertaining to shear strength and stiffness have been studied extensively. However natural sands generally contain significant amounts of silt and/or clay.

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The shear strength and maximum stiffness of hemic peat are evaluated immediately after post-cyclic monotonic testing. There are two soil samples taken from West Johor and East Malaysia peat soil. Based on these laboratories and field testing data it was found that the shear strength and maximum stiffness of peat soil decreased in post-cyclic

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progressive degradation of shear stiffness. The cyclic shear resistance increased with increasing OCR. The findings on the cyclic shear response of normally consolidated reconstituted gold tailings are in general agreement with those available published data on the cyclic response of

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Ratio of the cyclic extension shear strength over the undrained static compression shear strength ˝E=SC u 0.62 0.64 0.6208Reference degraded shear strength at failure in the triaxial compression test ˝C ref- 149.7Reference depth yref- 0.000 m Increase of degraded shear strength at ˝

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Placing hold-downs on both sides of the coupled shear walls increased. performancei.e. 43 and 25 increase in strength and stiffness compared to coupled shear walls with hold-downs. located

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Placing hold-downs on both sides of the coupled shear walls increased. performancei.e. 43 and 25 increase in strength and stiffness compared to coupled shear walls with hold-downs. located

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Strength Stiffness and Cyclic Deformation Capacity of Concrete Jacketed Members. This paper highlights an experimental program on rectangular reinforced concrete-jacketed columns focused on the impact of measures taken to enhance the shear transfer at the interface of the old and new concrete.

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Abstract. Cyclic loading on civil structures can lead to a reduction of strength and stiffness in the loaded materials. The life span of many cyclically loaded structures such as wind turbines high-speed train tracks and bridges strongly depends on the foundation.

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