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Type: Journal article
Title: Residual loading capacity of ultra-high performance concrete columns after blast loads
Author: Li, J.
Wu, C.
Hao, H.
Citation: International Journal of Protective Structures, 2015; 6(4):649-669
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 2041-4196
2041-420X
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Jun Li, Chengqing Wu and Hong Hao
Abstract: Columns are essential load carrying structural components and may experience accidental loads such as terrorist bombing attacks during their service life. Damages to columns may trigger structural collapse and it is therefore very important to protect critical load-carrying columns. In recent studies, a novel ultra-high performance concrete (UHPC) material was developed and static loading test results revealed its outstanding mechanical strengths and ductility. The present study investigates the blast load-carrying capacities of columns made of UHPC. Concrete columns built with UHPC were blast tested in the field first; then brought back to laboratory and subjected to static load tests to determine their residual load-carrying capacities after experiencing varying levels of blast damage. The results from the field blast tests and laboratory static load tests for residual load-carrying capacities are presented and discussed in this paper. Numerical models for simulating responses and residual strengths of the UHPC columns after blast loadings are also developed in commercial hydro-code LS-DYNA and presented in the paper. Comparisons between the test data and numerical results are made and the accuracy of the numerical model is validated.
Keywords: UHPC; column; blast test; residual strength; numerical simulation
Rights: Copyright © 2015, © SAGE Publications
RMID: 0030041388
DOI: 10.1260/2041-4196.6.4.649
Grant ID: http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP140103525
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