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Fragments of Imported Amphoras from the Rough Cilicia Survey Pottery Study Collection

10.4231/R7DJ5CVJ

Asena Kızılarslanoğlu, Caroline Autret, Matthew Dillon, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh, Richard M. Rothaus, Stanislav Pejša

02/19/2018

The Rough Cilicia Survey Pottery Study Collection consisting of more than 300 useful diagnostic sherds of the most commonly observed forms of the region, based on the collections of the survey team that took place between 1996-2011. The collection is a res...

Ancient Greece Archaeological Survey Archaeology Classical Studies Imported amphoras pottery RCSP Rough Cilicia Rough Cilicia Survey Project Turkey

Fragments of Fineware from the Rough Cilicia Survey Pottery Study Collection

10.4231/R78S4N47

Asena Kızılarslanoğlu, Caroline Autret, Matthew Dillon, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh, Richard M. Rothaus, Stanislav Pejša

02/19/2018

The Rough Cilicia Survey Pottery Study Collection consisting of more than 300 useful diagnostic sherds of the most commonly observed forms of the region, based on the collections of the survey team that took place between 1996-2011. The collection is a res...

Ancient Greece Archaeological Survey Archaeology Classical Studies Cypriot fineware fineware pottery RCSP Rough Cilicia Rough Cilicia Survey Project Turkey

Structural Performance and Corrosion Resistance of Corrosion-Resistant Reinforcing Bars

10.4231/R7PV6HJ4

Chungwook Sim, Robert J. Frosch

09/15/2017

Deterioration of bridge decks is a primary factor limiting the lifespan of bridges especially in cold climates where de-icing salts are commonly used. While controlling deck cracking or decreasing the permeability and porosity of concrete can improve perfo...

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Effect of Maximum Aggregate Size on the Shear Strength of Geometrically Scaled Reinforced Concrete Beams

10.4231/R7319T25

Derek R. Daluga, Santiago Pujol

09/15/2017

Shear strength of reinforced concrete beams without web reinforcement has been reported to decrease with increases in depth. This is often referred to as a size effect. This reduction in shear strength has been reported to decrease with the use of web rein...

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Reinforced Concrete Columns Reinforced with High-Strength Steel

10.4231/R7N29V4S

Jeffrey Rautenberg, Santiago Pujol

09/15/2017

The focus of the work presented is on columns meeting current requirements for columns of special moment frames and columns with axial loads not exceeding the axial load at balance. The flexural strength of these columns is controlled by the strength of th...

Civil Engineering columns cyclic loads high strength reinforcement datacenterhub high strength steel reinforced concrete structural engineering

An Investigation of the Unit Shear Strength of Geometrically Scaled Reinforced Concrete Beams

10.4231/R7BK19HF

Matthew Murray, Santiago Pujol

09/18/2017

The experimental program included six 12-in. deep beams and two 30-in. deep beams. All components of the large beams were geometrically scaled to have 2.5 times the dimensions of the small beams. The scaling included bar cover, bar spacing, and maximum agg...

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Performance of Masonry Structures in Nepal

10.4231/R7RV0KVB

Pranjal Pratap Shah, Prateek Pratap Shah, Praveen Pratap Shah

09/18/2017

A survey of 21 masonry structures was carried out in Kirtipur, Nepal from June 6, 2016 to August 10, 2016. The masonry structures surveyed were constructed using a combination of mud mortar and stones, mud mortar and clay bricks, and cement mortar and clay...

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Database on Performance of High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Buildings in the 2015 Nepal Earthquake

10.4231/R76T0JSQ

Aishwarya Y. Puranam, Prateek Pratap Shah, Santiago Pujol

09/18/2017

On April 25, 2015, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake occurred in Nepal. It caused more than 8500 casualties and left over 22000 people injured. Another major earthquake of magnitude 7.3 occurred in Nepal on May 12, 2015. Thousands of buildings were destroyed and...

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A New Perspective on the Tensile Strength of Lap Splices in Reinforced Concrete Members

10.4231/R7GB2275

Brian Richter, Santiago Pujol

09/18/2017

Current U.S. design provisions for lap splices of deformed bars in tension were developed primarily from tests conducted on beams with lap lengths not exceeding 40 bar diameters. But the provisions often require splices to be longer than 40 bar diameters....

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Minimum amount of High-Strength Steel Reinforcement in Reinforced Concrete Elements

10.4231/R7WH2N5R

Aishwarya Y. Puranam, Santiago Pujol

09/15/2017

Tests of Reinforced Concrete Slabs Nine reinforced concrete one-way slabs were tested. All specimens were 8 in. thick and 14 ft. in length. The width of the specimens was either 30 in. or 40 in. depending on the target reinforcement ratio. The gross rei...

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