Adnan Ibrahimbegovic, Naida Ademović
June 7, 2019 Forthcoming
Textbook - 256 Pages - 171 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138035416 - CAT# K31713
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The effect of combined extreme transient loadings on a structure is not well understood – whether the source is man-made, such as an explosion and fire, or natural, as an earthquake or extreme wind loading. A critical assessment of current knowledge is timely (with Fukushima-like disasters or terrorist threats).
The central issue in all these problems is structural integrity, along with their transient nature, their unexpectedness, and often the uncertainty behind their cause. No single traditional scientific discipline provides full answer, but a number of tools need to be brought together: nonlinear dynamics, probability theory, some understanding of the physical nature of the problem, as well as modeling and computational techniques for representing inelastic behavior mechanisms.
The book covers model building for different engineering structures and provides detailed presentations of extreme loading conditions. A number of illustrations are given: quantifying a plane crash or explosion induced impact loading, quantifying the effects of strong earthquake motion, quantifying the impact and long-duration effects of strong stormy winds - along with a relevant framework for using modern computational tools. The book considers the levels of reserve in existing structures, and ways of reducing the negative impact of high-risk situations by employing sounder design procedures.
Initial boundary value problem. PART 1 Methods and Models for Structural Dynamics Under Extreme Loads. 1. STEEL STRUCTURES. 2. REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURES. 3. MASONRY STRUCTURES. PART 2 Extreme Loads Representation. 4. DYNAMICS EXTREME LOADS IN EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING. 5. DYNAMICS EXTREME IMPACT LOADS IN AIRPLANE CRASH. 6. FIRE INDUCED EXTREME LOADS. 7. FLUID INDUCED EXTREME LOADS. Index.
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