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Improvement on impact resistance of reinforced concrete panels against projectile impact

Author(s): T. Ohno, T. Uchida, N. Ishikawa, Y. Kasai, H. Tsubota, M. Ueda, A. Kambayashi & T. Shira

Abstract:
ment on impact resistance of reinforced concrete panels against projectile impact T.

Ohno," T.

Uchida," N.

Ishikawa," Y.

Kasai,& H.

Tsubota,& M.

Ueda," A.

Kambayashi^ & T.

Shira^ ^Department of Civil Engineering, National Defense Academy, Yokosuka, 239 Japan Kajima Corporation, Technical Research Institute, Tokyo, 106 Japan ^Takenaka Corporation, Technical Research Institute, Chiba, 270-13, Japan ABSTRACT To investigate and improve the impact resistance of reinforced concrete panels, the effects of lining with a steel liner on the rear face of the concrete panel, double-layering of RC panels and the use of absorber were examined. Based on test results, the effect of a steel liner on both scabbing and perfo- ration was evaluated quantitatively by converting steel liner with a certain thickness into the equivalent concrete thickness.

And how to improve the impact resistance of double-layered RC panels is discussed. INTRODUCTION The establishment of a design method f...

Pages: 8
Size: 761 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/SU940271

 

 

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