Development and Design of Non-corrosive Precast Dry Beam-column Joints with Fibre-reinforced Polymer
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This dissertation successfully developed new sustainable and resilient precast beam-column joints with excellent performance under hazardous load, i.e. earthquake and impact loading. The proposed joints provide numerous advantages that cannot be found in typical monolithic beam-column joints including faster construction, better quality control, easier replacing and repairing of damaged components, recycling industry by-product materials, and unsusceptible to corrosion. Besides experiments, analytical models and design procedures of the new joints have been developed for practical applications.
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