The improvement in the level of understanding of the structural behavior of components through the methods of material testing, structural testing of models and using numerical methods will be done. The understanding of the structural behavior of HIAD components will help in carrying the project on structural behavior. The quantification of the level of stiffness of the reinforcing chords, which is responsible for both driving axial and bending stiffness of the inflatable tubes, will be done. The idea about the stiffness will provide data for the project. The measurements of the limits of the 3D shape of the tori and displacements with the help of non-contact photogrammetric methods will be done. The displacements and tori have to be measured for doing the research. The straight beam bending test using highly controlled boundary and loading conditions on test articles will be performed. The test articles are made with a variety of different braided angles so that it provides vital baseline data about the behavior of these composite structures. The method for exploring the structural testing of full-scale tori through loading radial compression will be carried out. The exploration of the data will help in carrying out the project.
The examination of a structure will be done by using the Buckling-Restrained Braced Frames as a method of the lateral force resisting system. This investigation will give valuable data about the structure. The process will be done as the lateral Force resisting system or the LFRS. The analysis will be drawn by conducting the structural design of the structure which will be examined. The analysis will be very important in the project as it will give important data which will be gathered from the analysis. A design will be created using the American Society of Civil Engineers standard. The design should follow the minimum design loads for constructing buildings and other structures. The financial cost structure will be provided in the FEMA's software benefit-cost analysis or BCA. The application of the financial cost structure on the software will keep it in the database. The carbon footprints for every structure will be developed. This will give the ideal amount of the carbon released in the process.
The effect of localization of the strain will be mitigated and the WWR will be used safely. The solving of the strain localization problem will help in demonstrating the WWR safely. Recommendations will be presented in details and the minimum requirements for the WWR will be discussed. The minimum reinforcement for WWR slabs will be discussed. The strain rate of-of the mechanical properties of WWR will be examined. The mechanical properties of the traditional rebar will also be examined. The information about the mechanical properties of the WWR and traditional rebar will be important for the project. The parametric study of the effect of the steel ductility will be examined. The geometry of the slabs for the behavior of the WWR reinforced members will also be examined. A reinforced design based concrete design rules will be provided so that the WWR design can be confidently done. The rules of design will be based on concrete designer rules. The strain rate effects on the mechanical properties of WWR design and traditional rebar will be examined. The demonstration of the effect of strain rate on the mechanical properties of WWR designs will give valuable data.
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