Seismic Performance Comparison of a High-Content SDA Frame and Standard RC Frame

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van de Lindt, John W.; Rechan, R. Karthik;

This study presents the method and results of an experiment to study the seismic behavior of a concrete portal frame with fifty percent of its cement content replaced with a spray dryer ash (SDA). Based on multiple-shake-table tests, the high content SDA frame was foun... View more
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