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  • Author:
    Fintel
  • ISBN:
    0893120839
  • ISBN13:
    978-0893120832
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  • Publisher:
    Portland Cement Assn (June 1, 1987)
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    35 pages
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    Engineering
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Column Shortening in Tall Structures- Prediction and Compensation.

Mark Fintel was formerly director, Advanced Engineering Services, Portland Cement Association, Skokie, Illinois, S. K, Ghosh was formerly principal structural engineer, Advanced Engineering Services, Portland Cement Association, Skokie, Illinois, He is currently Associate Professor of C]vil Engineering, University of Illinnis at Chicagn, Hal Iyengar is a general partner, Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Chicago, Illinois. Column Shortening in Tall Structures- Prediction and Compensation.

Column shortening in tall and compensation

Column shortening in tall and compensation. Portand Cement Association. Fintel, M. Ghosh, S. K. and Iyengar, H. (1987) Column shortening in tall and compensation. Portand Cement Association, Skokie, IL. Optimum distribution of additional reinforcement to reduce differential column shortening. The book contains numerous examples, some of which are worked out in the SI units and others in the Imperial units. The book is not tied to any specific code, although the latest American and European codes of practice are covered in the appendices.

Mark Fintel was formerly director, Advanced Engineering. Column Shortening in Tall Structures Prediction and Compensation. The effects of column shortening, both elastic and inelastic, take on added significance and need special consideration in design and construction with increased height of structures, Differential column shortenings are magnified by the quest for optimum economy through use of highstrength materials and, in some instances, the use of compnsite structural systems.

Column shortening in tall structures by Mark Fintel, Satyendra Kumar Ghosh, Hal Iyengar - 1987 - 35 pages. Complete Book of Framing by Scot Simpson - 2007 - 352 pages.

A reinforced concrete column also undergoes axial shortening due to. .METHOD DEVELOPED BY . INTEL,H. GHOSH: This method is an extension of method-1.

A reinforced concrete column also undergoes axial shortening due to creep and shrinkage and this phenomenon is known as time-dependent shortening of column. With the increase in height of buildings,the importance of time-dependent shortening of columns and shear walls become more critical owing to cumulative nature of such shortening.

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Column Shortening of Concrete Cores and Composite Columns in a Tall Building.

Column Shortening of Concrete Cores and Composite Columns in a Tall Building. Structural Engineering.

The tallest structure in the world is the Burj Khalifa skyscraper at 82. m (2,722 ft). Listed are guyed masts (such as telecommunication masts), self-supporting towers (such as the CN Tower), skyscrapers (such as the Willis Tower), oil platforms, . Listed are guyed masts (such as telecommunication masts), self-supporting towers (such as the CN Tower), skyscrapers (such as the Willis Tower), oil platforms, electricity transmission towers, and bridge support towers. This list is organized by absolute height

Differential axial shortening (DAS) in a tall building can produce adverse effects on its structural and .

Differential axial shortening (DAS) in a tall building can produce adverse effects on its structural and nonstructural elements. Therefore, DAS should be considered in the design phase and appropriate measures should be taken to reduce its unfavorable effects. The most widely known method to predict column shortening in a tall building is the method proposed by Fintel et al. (1987) and published by the Portland Cement Association (PCA).

Ghosh & Hal Lyengar. It would be interesting if Autodesk includes a tool to compute these deformations in the futur versions.