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Environmental and human health impact assessment of major interior wall decorative materials

Bingqing ZHANG, Ruochen ZENG, Xiaodong LI

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2019, Volume 6, Issue 3,   Pages 406-415 doi: 10.1007/s42524-019-0025-4

Abstract: Despite the growing interest in green products in the interior wall decorative material market, knowledgeThis work assesses the environmental and human health profiles of interior latex and wallpaper.Two interior latex products of different raw material ratios and one non-woven wallpaper product arewall decorative products.wallpaper, and the interior latex of low quality causes low life cycle integrated impact.

Keywords: life cycle assessment     human health impact     integrated assessment     interior wall decorative material     green    

Numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthened by FRP composite material

Ali KEZMANE,Said BOUKAIS,Mohand Hamizi

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 4,   Pages 445-455 doi: 10.1007/s11709-016-0339-9

Abstract: The intent of this paper is to present a numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthenedby FRP composite material (carbon fiber epoxy).An elasto-plastic damage model material is used for concrete, for steel, an elastic-plastic behavior

Keywords: simulation     strengthening     reinforced concrete wall     squat wall     FRP composite material     damage     Abaqus    

Enhancement Effect Towards Heat Transfer of Rotary Kiln by Intermittent Contact Between Material andKiln Wall

Lei Xianming,Xiao Yougang

Strategic Study of CAE 2006, Volume 8, Issue 8,   Pages 39-44

Abstract:

In rotary kiln cluster moves against kiln wall.conductivity of cluster and contact heat transfer coefficient of boundary between cluster and kiln wallare deduced, then heat transfer coefficient between material and covered wall is obtained.The results can be shown as follows : the temperature of material is lower when the enhancement effecttowards heat transfer of rotary kiln by intermittent contact between material and kiln wall has been

Keywords: material     covered wall     heat transfer     enhancement effect    

A survey of decorative materials on the energy consumption of mid-rise residential buildings in Mashad

Masoud Taheri SHAHRAEIN, Lihua ZHAO, Qinglin MENG

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 490-497 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0068-4

Abstract: Polyvinylchloride (PVC) panel is one of the most favorite decorative materials that has been popularlypanel can be a good step toward sustainable building, when the people are inclined to utilize it as a decorative

Keywords: residential apartments     natural ventilation     energy consumption     decorative materials     Mashad    

Optimization design of an interior permanent-magnet synchronous machine for a hybrid hydraulic excavator

Qi-huai CHEN,Qing-feng WANG,Tao WANG

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2015, Volume 16, Issue 11,   Pages 957-968 doi: 10.1631/FITEE.1500056

Abstract: The rotor configuration of the PMSM employs an interior magnet structure, thus resulting in some inverse

Keywords: Analysis     Design     Hybrid hydraulic excavator (HHE)     Finite element method (FEM)     Interior permanent-magnet    

Seismic design and analysis of a high-rise self-centering wall building: Case study

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 11,   Pages 1690-1706 doi: 10.1007/s11709-023-0022-x

Abstract: A ten-story self-centering wall building has now been designed and constructed using the state-of-artincluding higher-mode effects, second order effects, torsional effects, and flexural deformation of wallWall sections are designed with external energy-dissipating devices of steel dampers, and seismic performanceDescription of construction detailing, including slotted beams, flexible wall-to-floor connections, embeddedThe paper could be a reference for industry engineers to promote the self-centering wall systems worldwide

Keywords: self-centering wall     post-tensioned precast concrete wall     seismic resilient structure     high-rise building    

Improving the structural efficiency of textured three-dimensional concrete printing wall by architectural

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2024, Volume 18, Issue 5,   Pages 699-715 doi: 10.1007/s11709-024-1001-6

Abstract: To broaden the 3DCP construction applications, reduction of the quantity of 3DCP material usage is neededThis work aims to perform structural analysis of several patterns of geometric textured 3DCP shell wallstructures. 21 different cantilevered textured patterns of 3DCP shell wall structures were architecturallyprocess for constructing 3DCP housing and suggests pre-construction analysis methods for 3DCP shell wall

Keywords: 3D printing     concrete     architectural design     shell wall     finite element method    

Investigation of the interior RC beam-column joints under monotonic antisymmetrical load

Fei GAO, Zhiqiang TANG, Biao HU, Junbo CHEN, Hongping ZHU, Jian MA

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 6,   Pages 1474-1494 doi: 10.1007/s11709-019-0572-0

Abstract: The paper presents numerical findings of reinforced concrete interior beam-column joints under monotonic

Keywords: RC beam-column joint     reinforcement ratio in joint core     axial compression ratio     finite element     test    

A hypothesis for crack free interior surfaces of Longyou caverns caved in argillaceous siltstone 2000

Zhong Qi YUE, Shaopeng FAN, Zhifa YANG, Lihui LI, Luqing ZHANG, Zhongjian ZHANG,

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2,   Pages 165-177 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0018-1

Abstract: When they were un-watered, their integrity was maintained completely, and their interior rock surfacesSince then, however, the rock’s interior faces have initiated and propagated more and more cracksThis paper attempts to address the question of why the rock interior faces were free of old cracks onceConsequently, the rock interior surfaces could be free of old cracks when the water was pumped out of

Keywords: rock cavern     grotto     Longyou     argillaceous siltstone     crack     water     environment     self-healing    

Correction of array failure using grey wolf optimizer hybridized with an interior point algorithm None

Shafqat Ullah KHAN, M. K. A. RAHIM, Liaqat ALI

Frontiers of Information Technology & Electronic Engineering 2018, Volume 19, Issue 9,   Pages 1191-1202 doi: 10.1631/FITEE.1601694

Abstract:

We design a grey wolf optimizer hybridized with an interior point algorithm to correct a faulty antenna

Keywords: Failure correction     Grey wolf optimizer     Interior point algorithm     Sidelobes     Deeper null depth level    

Seismic response of precast reinforced concrete wall subjected to cyclic in-plane and constant out-of-plane

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 5,   Pages 1128-1143 doi: 10.1007/s11709-021-0753-5

Abstract: This paper provides insight into the seismic behavior of a full-scale precast reinforced concrete wallThe tested wall exhibited flexural cracks, owing to the high aspect ratio and considerable out-of-planeThe wall performed satisfactorily by exhibiting competent seismic parameters and deformation characteristicsto study the effect of backfill density and aspect ratio on seismic response of the proposed precast wall

Keywords: precast wall     basement wall     out-of-plane response     quasi-static test     sand backfill     seismic parameters    

Diaphragm wall-soil-cap interaction in rectangular-closed- diaphragm-wall bridge foundations

Hua WEN, Qiangong CHENG, Fanchao MENG, Xiaodong CHEN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 1,   Pages 93-100 doi: 10.1007/s11709-009-0015-4

Abstract: Rectangular-closed-diaphragm-wall foundation is a new type of bridge foundation.Diaphragm wall-soil-cap interaction was studied using a model test.Due to the existence of cap, there is a “weakening effect” in inner shaft resistance of the upper wallsegments, and there is “enhancement effect” in the lower wall segments and in toe resistance.

Keywords: diaphragm wall     bridge foundation     low cap     interaction    

Nonlinear analysis of pre-tensioned glass wall facade by stability function with initial imperfection

Siu-Lai CHAN, Yaopeng LIU, Andy LEE,

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 3,   Pages 376-382 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0086-2

Abstract: Pre-tensioned high strength trusses using alloy steel bar are widely used as glass wall supporting systemstherefore give a careful consideration on various effects, such as support settlement due to live loads and materialIt is not uncommon to see many similar glass wall systems fail in the wind load test chambers under a

Keywords: tension system     glass wall     nonlinear analysis     pre-tensioning     second-order analysis    

Seismic behavior of cantilever wall embedded in dry and saturated sand

Sanku KONAI, Aniruddha SENGUPTA, Kousik DEB

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 3,   Pages 690-705 doi: 10.1007/s11709-020-0615-6

Abstract: In this paper, the behavior of a small scale model embedded cantilever retaining wall in dry and saturatedThe maximum lateral displacement of a cantilever wall due to seismic loading is below 1% of the totalheight of the wall in dry sand, but in case of saturated sand, it can go up to 12.75% of the total heightof the wall.

Keywords: embedded cantilever wall     shake table test     FLAC2D     seismic loading     saturated and dry sand    

The behavior of a rectangular closed diaphragm wall when used as a bridge foundation

Qiangong CHENG, Jiujiang WU, Zhang SONG, Hua WEN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 4,   Pages 398-420 doi: 10.1007/s11709-012-0175-5

Abstract: The rectangular closed diaphragm (RCD) wall is a new type of bridge foundation.as well as the settlement, axial force and load-sharing ratio of a vertically loaded RCD wall.It was found that under lateral loading, the RCD wall behaves as an end-bearing friction wall duringpoint, and the horizontal displacement of the soil core is greater than that of the wall body.resistance of the wall body and is inversely proportional to the loading borne by the soil core.

Keywords: diaphragm wall     soil core     bridge foundation     FLAC3D     bearing behavior    

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Environmental and human health impact assessment of major interior wall decorative materials

Bingqing ZHANG, Ruochen ZENG, Xiaodong LI

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Numerical simulation of squat reinforced concrete wall strengthened by FRP composite material

Ali KEZMANE,Said BOUKAIS,Mohand Hamizi

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Enhancement Effect Towards Heat Transfer of Rotary Kiln by Intermittent Contact Between Material andKiln Wall

Lei Xianming,Xiao Yougang

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A survey of decorative materials on the energy consumption of mid-rise residential buildings in Mashad

Masoud Taheri SHAHRAEIN, Lihua ZHAO, Qinglin MENG

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Optimization design of an interior permanent-magnet synchronous machine for a hybrid hydraulic excavator

Qi-huai CHEN,Qing-feng WANG,Tao WANG

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Seismic design and analysis of a high-rise self-centering wall building: Case study

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Improving the structural efficiency of textured three-dimensional concrete printing wall by architectural

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Investigation of the interior RC beam-column joints under monotonic antisymmetrical load

Fei GAO, Zhiqiang TANG, Biao HU, Junbo CHEN, Hongping ZHU, Jian MA

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A hypothesis for crack free interior surfaces of Longyou caverns caved in argillaceous siltstone 2000

Zhong Qi YUE, Shaopeng FAN, Zhifa YANG, Lihui LI, Luqing ZHANG, Zhongjian ZHANG,

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Correction of array failure using grey wolf optimizer hybridized with an interior point algorithm

Shafqat Ullah KHAN, M. K. A. RAHIM, Liaqat ALI

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Seismic response of precast reinforced concrete wall subjected to cyclic in-plane and constant out-of-plane

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Diaphragm wall-soil-cap interaction in rectangular-closed- diaphragm-wall bridge foundations

Hua WEN, Qiangong CHENG, Fanchao MENG, Xiaodong CHEN

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Nonlinear analysis of pre-tensioned glass wall facade by stability function with initial imperfection

Siu-Lai CHAN, Yaopeng LIU, Andy LEE,

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Seismic behavior of cantilever wall embedded in dry and saturated sand

Sanku KONAI, Aniruddha SENGUPTA, Kousik DEB

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The behavior of a rectangular closed diaphragm wall when used as a bridge foundation

Qiangong CHENG, Jiujiang WU, Zhang SONG, Hua WEN

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