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research-article | 30-November-2020

THE TORSIONAL AND SHEAR BEHAVIOR OF STEEL FIBER REINFORCED RC MEMBERS

1. INTRODUCTION Concrete is widely used structural material, all over the world. The excellent versatility, availability, and economy of the concrete makes it a pioneer of the construction industry when it is compared to other materials. Beams/columns are one of the main structural elements of building to respond to the effects, such as bending moment, shear, and torsion. Thus, it is important to investigate the relevant behaviors of members [1, 2]. Steel fibers have been used to improve the

Abdulkadir Cüneyt AYDIN, Mahmut KILIÇ, Mahyar MAALI, Barış BAYRAK, Erkan TUNÇ

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 14 , ISSUE 2, 47–65

Article | 26-August-2018

PREVENTING IRREGULARITY EFFECTS OF INFILLS THROUGH MODIFYING ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS

Experiences of past earthquakes show that some designed and constructed buildings by engineers have been damaged during earthquakes because of negative effects of infill walls. The main aim of this paper is to prevent the amount of overall detrimental effects of infill walls such as torsion and soft story in a conventional residential building based on seismic codes of some countries and to use the maximum potential of walls. The results show that building in construction condition may suffer

Azadeh NOORIFARD, Mohammad Reza TABESHPOUR, Fatemeh Mehdizadeh SARADJ

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 9 , ISSUE 2, 77–92

Research Article | 12-February-2019

EFFECTS OF STAIRCASE ON THE SEISMIC BEHAVIOR OF RC MOMENT FRAME BUILDINGS

, but staircase constructed by means of stringer beam only acts as a bracing in longitudinal direction. Stiffness caused by small span, inclined RC slabs and perimeter infill walls of staircase, based on the staircase location and the number of structural bays could change mode shape and lead to torsion. Along ladder running, staircase leads shear force and bending moment of columns adjacent to the landing to increase, while the internal forces of others to decrease. The majority of adverse effects

Azadeh NOORIFARD, Mohammad Reza TABESHPOUR

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment, Volume 11 , ISSUE 4, 105–122

research-article | 28-September-2020

Ovarian inguinal hernia

Introduction Inguinal masses are a common finding among infants; their etiologies range from benign to potentially life threatening(1). However, inguinal herniation of the ovary or uterus presenting as a labia majora mass is a rare congenital condition that may be complicated by strangulation, torsion, and infertility(2). We present a case of indirect inguinal hernia in a 6-week-old female infant with prolapse of an ovary. The case is reported in order to alert sonographers to its appearance

Saika Amreen, Yawar Yaseen

Journal of Ultrasonography, Volume 20 , ISSUE 82, 226–227

Article | 01-September-2015

STUDY OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL ON-LINE PATH PLANNING FOR UAV BASED ON PYTHAGOREAN HODOGRAPH CURVE

estimation algorithm is used to optimize the selection of path parameters, which avoid the blindness iterative process and consider the kinematics constraints such as the curvature, torsion and climbing angle. The multiple UAVs’ three dimensional path planning in dynamic environment are tested. Simulation results prove the validity and practicability of the algorithm.

ZHANG Yi, YANG Xiu-xia, ZHOU Wei-wei, ZHAO He-wei

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, Volume 8 , ISSUE 3, 1641–1666

Article | 24-November-2017

THE CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTION AND CALCULATION OF ELEMENTS OF THE UNIFIED MODULE OF THE MOBILE BRIDGE OVERCROSSING

geometrical sizes, and also for different values of flexural stiffness properties of the plate and reinforcing elements. The calculation of the spatial frame of the bridge overcrossing is performed by the precise analytical method of relocation taking into account the bend and torsion of its elements.

Adil KADYROV, Kyrmyzy BALABEKOVA, Aleksandr GANYUKOV,, Serik AKHMEDIYEV

Transport Problems, Volume 12 , ISSUE 3, 59–69

review -article | 31-March-2020

Optimization of diagnostic ultrasonography of the gallbladder based on own experience and literature

results from its faulty attachment to the liver (Fig. 18 A and Fig. 18 B). A mobile gallbladder, which is also referred to as a floating gallbladder, will be prone to torsion. This complication usually occurs in emaciated, elderly females. This is a serious life-threatening condition(22–24). Fig. 18. A floating gallbladder with a stone. A. In a supine position, the gallbladder (GB) is located to the left of the aorta (A). S – Spine. B. The same gallbladder in the position on the right side. The

Andrzej Smereczyński, Katarzyna Kołaczyk, Elżbieta Bernatowicz

Journal of Ultrasonography, Volume 20 , ISSUE 80, e29–e35

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