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  1. Seismic performances of modern unreinforced thermal insulation clay blocks masonry houses

    DEGEE, Herve; MORDANT, C.; CANDEIAS, P.; Mendes, L.; CAMPOS COSTA, A.; COELHO, E.; LU, S.; JÄGER, A.
    In the scope of the transnational access activities of the European research project SERIES, the Laboratorio Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC) has provided access to its 3D shaking table to the international construction company Wienerberger AG and to a group of European experts, in order to perform full-scale seismic tests on an industrial solution for buildings using a modern unreinforced thermal insulation clay block masonry structure. Such solution represents a very common construction method in Central Europe but, although some cyclic shear test results are available, its effective dynamic response under seismic events still requires experimental validation. For this purpose,...

  2. Characterization of the seismic behaviour of steel pallet racks in cross-aisle direction

    BRAHAM, C.; DEGEE, H.

  3. A simplified procedure to assess the dynamic pressure on large reservoirs

    BULDGEN, L.; DEGEE, H.; LE SOURNE, H.; RIGO, P.
    The paper is concerned with the seismic analysis of large reservoirs. During an earthquake, it is known that the acceleration of the water contained in the reservoir produces an additional hydrodynamic pressure, which has a convective, a rigid and a flexible impulsive part. The two first contributions are already well-known and may therefore be easily integrated during a pre-design phase, but it is much more complicated to assess the flexible contribution, as it is influenced by the coupling between the structure and the fluid. The only consistent way seems to resort to finite elements methods, which are not always convenient...

  4. Static and cyclic experimental study of the out-of-plane bending behaviour of dry and mortar bound masonry walls

    BULTOT, E.; DEGEE, H.; VANPARYS, L.

  5. Shaking table tests of unreinforced load-bearing masonry structures

    MORDANT, C.; TAYLOR, C.; DIETZ, M.; VASSEUR, L.; DEGEE, H.

  6. 9. Full-scale testing of modern unreinforced thermal insulation clay block masonry houses

    Mendes, L.; CANDEIAS, P.; CORREIA, A.; CAMPOS COSTA, A.; COELHO, E.; JÄGER, A.; LU, S.; DEGEE, H.; MORDANT, C.

  7. 8. Full-scale shaking table tests of two-storey modern thermal insulation clay block masonry buildings including non linear pushover analysis

    LU, S.; JÄGER, A.; DEGEE, H.; MORDANT, C.; CHIOCCARIELLO, A.; RAKIZEVIC, Z.; SENDOVA, V.; CANDEIAS, P.; Mendes, L.; CAMPOS COSTA, A.; COELHO, E.

  8. 7. Procedure for performance-based seismic design of innovative hybrid-coupled shear walls

    ZONA, A.; BOGDAN, T.; MADOUNI, L.; DEGEE, H.; LEONI, G.; DALL'ASTA, A.

  9. 6. Shake table tests on unreinforced load-bearing masonry sub-structures

    MORDANT, C.; DEGEE, H.

  10. 5. Experimental studies on the seismic performances of steel storage racks

    BRAHAM, C.; DEGEE, H.

  11. 4. Seismic assessment of masonry buildings from shaking table tests and non linear dynamic simulations by the proper orthogonal decomposition (POD)

    CATTARI, S.; Chioccariello, A.; DEGEE, H.; DONEUX, C.; LAGOMARSINO, S.; MORDANT, C.

  12. 3. A proposal for the design of concrete sections reinforced by multiple encased rolled steel sections

    BOGDAN, T.; PLUMIER, A.; DEGEE, H.

  13. 2. Modelling of steel-concrete shear connection ??? application to coupled shear walls under seismic action

    MADOUNI, L.; BOGDAN, T.; HANNACHI, N.; DEGEE, H.

  14. Steel pallet racks - Experimental characterization of the cross- and down-aisle behaviour

    BRAHAM, Catherine; DEGEE, Herve
    Prediction of the structural behaviour of pallet racks is known as a difficult task because affected by the particular geometry of their structural components, often exhibiting a highly non-linear behaviour. Due to these peculiarities, specific modelling and design rules are required for such nontraditional steel structures that cannot be considered as classical buildings. This is particularly the case for their seismic design. The most recent design standards propose therefore a combined numerical-experimental approach in which the design structural analysis is supported by specific tests to evaluate the performance of the key components (members and joints). Results presented in this paper...

  15. Design of innovative seismic resistant steel-concrete hybrid coupled shear walls

    ZONA, A.; LEONI, G.; DEGEE, H.; DALL'ASTA, A.

  16. Influence of the presence of rubber acoustic layers on the strength and stability of clay masonry walls

    MORDANT, C.; DEGEE, H.; VASSEUR, L.

  17. Harbiye aqueduct: a record of past earthquakes

    LAMAIR, L.; DEGEE, H.; HUBERT-FERRARI, A.

  18. Perspectives for EN 1998 evolution regarding steel structures

    DEGEE, H.; LANDOLFO, R.

  19. Experimental testing on modern clay masonry structures

    VASSEUR, L.; MORDANT, C.; DEGEE, H.

  20. Design of innovative seismic-resistant steel-concrete hybrid coupled shear walls

    ZONA, A.; LEONI, G.; DEGEE, H.; DALL'ASTA, A.

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