This paper describes the strengths and limitations of a modeling approach that can be used for numerical simulation of different failure modes of reinforced concrete structural walls. Experimental results of several wall specimens that exhibited various failure modes are used for parametric evaluation of the modeling approach.
- Blind prediction of in-plane & out-of-plane responses for a thin singly reinforced concrete flanged wall specimen
- TESTS ON SLENDER DUCTILE STRUCTURAL WALLS DESIGNED ACCORDING TO NEW ZEALAND STANDARD
- Validation of a Numerical Model for Prediction of Out-of-Plane Instability in Ductile Structural Walls under Concentric In-Plane Cyclic Loading
- Evolution of Out-of-plane Deformation and Subsequent Instability in Rectangular RC Walls under In-plane Cyclic Loading; Experimental Observation