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International Journal of Steel Structures

, Volume 18, Issue 5, pp 1666–1683 | Cite as

Seismic Behavior Investigation on Blind Bolted CFST Frames with Precast SCWPs

  • Jingfeng Wang
  • Qihan Shen
  • Beibei Li
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Abstract

To explore seismic behavior of blind bolted concrete-filled steel tube (CFST) frames infilled with precast sandwich composite wall panels (SCWPs), a series tests of blind bolted square CFST frames with precast SCWPs under lateral low-cyclic loading were conducted. The influence of the type of wall concrete, wall-to-frame connection and steel brace setting, etc. on the hysteretic curves and failure modes of the type of composite structure was investigated. The seismic behavior of the blind bolted CFST frames with precast SCWPs was evaluated in terms of lateral load–displacement relation curves, strength and stiffness degradation, crack patterns of SCWPs, energy dissipation capacity and ductility. Then, a finite element (FE) analysis modeling using ABAQUS software was developed in considering the nonlinear material properties and complex components interaction. Comparison indicated that the FE analytical results coincided well with the test results. Both the experimental and numerical results indicated that setting the external precast SCWPs could heighten the load carrying capacities and rigidities of the blind bolted CFST frames by using reasonable connectors between frame and SCWPs. These experimental studies and FE analysis would enable improvement in the practical design of the SCWPs in fabricated CFST structure buildings.

Keywords

CFST frame Seismic behavior Sandwich composite wall panels (SCWPs) Blind bolt Finite element (FE) analysis 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work described in paper is supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Projects 51478158 and 51178156) and the New Century Excellent Talents in University (Project NCET-12-0838) which is greatly appreciated. The authors would also like to acknowledge the assistance of Dr. Jiaxin Wang and Xuebei Pan of Hefei University of Technology.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Civil EngineeringHefei University of TechnologyHefeiChina
  2. 2.Anhui Civil Engineering Structures and Materials LaboratoryHefeiChina

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