Seismic Design and Behavior of Composite RCS Frames
Gregory Deierlein, Ph.D., P.E.
0.15 CEUs/1.5 PDHs
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Innovative applications of composite steel and concrete structures provide attractive alternatives to conventional steel or reinforced concrete systems. Over the past two decades, much has been learned about the seismic design, behavior, and construction of composite structures consisting of steel beams and reinforced concrete (or composite) columns. This session will examine these systems and show case study results and design guideline developments conducted over 20 years, with emphasis on recent research that involves testing and nonlinear analysis of full-scale composite frames.
Dr. Greg Deierlein is a Professor of Civil Engineering at Stanford University. Deierlein is best known for his work in nonlinear analysis of structural limit states, structural material and component behavior, and performance-based engineering. He serves on numerous technical committees, including the AISC Committee on Specifications, and he is the deputy director for research of the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research Center.
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