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In this paper a new method is introduced for the coupling of sub-domains some of them being axisymetric and others being fully 3D. A dedicated “mortar” method is presented and a number of examples are presented for linear, buckling, and non linear geometrical and material cases. The method...
This paper presents results of a parametric study of seismic induced lateral-torsional-pounding responses of an asymmetric and a symmetric one-storey system subjected to bi-directional ground motion. The properties of the symmetric model are fixed, while the vibration frequency and eccentricity...
This is the second paper presenting numerical results of a parametric study of seismic induced lateral-torsional-pounding responses of an asymmetric and a symmetric one-storey adjacent structure. The accompany paper (Part I) (Gong and Hao 2004) assumed ground motion input at all structural...
The present paper is an attempt to study the cyclic behaviours of self-consolidating concrete (SCC) filled hollow structural steel (HSS) columns. The test parameters include the sectional types, the strength of concrete and steel and the axial load level (n). Eighteen self-consolidating concrete...
The dynamic behavior is a complicated characteristic in analysis of a railway bridge when it is incorporated with the effect of railway track. Even though it is not an ignorable component, the coupling effect with the railway track in the dynamic response of a railway bridge has been ignored or...
A curved bridge can have two different bearing directions: chordal and tangential direction. This may bring differences of load distribution due to moving vehicles and structural behavior of a curved bridge. This study presents a 3D numerical model that can demonstrate the dynamic responses of a...
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