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PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES: PARAMETRIC APPROACH

Originální název

PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES: PARAMETRIC APPROACH

Anglický název

PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES: PARAMETRIC APPROACH

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Performance-Based Design (PBD) is becoming a leading trend in structural engineering design and deals with durability and reliability issues, which are the most decisive structural performance characteristics. Thus, when designing reinforced concrete structures, relevant durability limit states have to be assessed focusing on an appropriate level of reliability. Concentrating on those types of performance, a review of durability limit states and PBD methods focused on concrete structures is provided. The application of fully probabilistic PBD with the utilization of the parametric approach is presented in the paper together with useful software tools. Three illustrative examples are included showing some of the possibilities of PBD in practice. This paper concerns the effect of concrete cover on service life considering the carbonation of concrete, relations among CO2 emissions, fly ash content, economical consequences and reliability, and finally, crack development in concrete cover due to reinforcement corrosion.

Anglický abstrakt

Performance-Based Design (PBD) is becoming a leading trend in structural engineering design and deals with durability and reliability issues, which are the most decisive structural performance characteristics. Thus, when designing reinforced concrete structures, relevant durability limit states have to be assessed focusing on an appropriate level of reliability. Concentrating on those types of performance, a review of durability limit states and PBD methods focused on concrete structures is provided. The application of fully probabilistic PBD with the utilization of the parametric approach is presented in the paper together with useful software tools. Three illustrative examples are included showing some of the possibilities of PBD in practice. This paper concerns the effect of concrete cover on service life considering the carbonation of concrete, relations among CO2 emissions, fly ash content, economical consequences and reliability, and finally, crack development in concrete cover due to reinforcement corrosion.

BibTex


@article{BUT49902,
  author="Břetislav {Teplý} and Dita {Vořechovská}",
  title="PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES: PARAMETRIC APPROACH",
  annote="Performance-Based Design (PBD) is becoming a leading trend in structural engineering design and deals with durability and reliability issues, which are the most decisive structural performance characteristics. Thus, when designing reinforced concrete structures, relevant durability limit states have to be assessed focusing on an appropriate level of reliability. Concentrating on those types of performance, a review of durability limit states and PBD methods focused on concrete structures is provided. The application of fully probabilistic PBD with the utilization of the parametric approach is presented in the paper together with useful software tools. Three illustrative examples are included showing some of the possibilities of PBD in practice. This paper concerns the effect of concrete cover on service life considering the carbonation of concrete, relations among CO2 emissions, fly ash content, economical consequences and reliability, and finally, crack development in concrete cover due to reinforcement corrosion.",
  chapter="49902",
  journal="Building Research Journal",
  number="3",
  volume="57",
  year="2010",
  month="march",
  pages="153--167",
  type="journal article - other"
}