ABSTRACT

Xiang, Y.; Wei, Y.; Wang, Y., and Meng, K. 2018. Seismic resistance performance of shear wall structure of assembled coastal buildings. In: Liu, Z.L. and Mi, C. (eds.), Advances in Sustainable Port and Ocean Engineering. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 83, pp. 267–271. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

The seismic resistance bearing and deformation capacity of the traditional wall structure is poor, and the force is not uniform, which leads to the high risk of building collapse. In order to solve this problem, the seismic resistance performance of the shear wall structure of the assembled coastal buildings is analyzed in this paper. On the basis of monotonic load, the mechanical properties of the structure under cyclic loading are analyzed, and a nonlinear numerical model is constructed. The fitting degree of the seismic resistance bearing capacity of the assembled shear wall structure is calculated. On the basis of this, the displacement ductility coefficient and the equivalent viscous damping coefficient are studied. The stiffness of the shear wall structure of the assembled coastal buildings is obtained so as to study the seismic resistance performance. The experimental results show that the wall structure has good seismic resistance bearing capacity, strong deformation capacity and uniform force. It can build a seismic resistance line for the shear wall structure of assembled coastal buildings.

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