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林春霖 , Masters Advisor：周中哲
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6342/NTU201800462
雙核心自復位斜撐 ； 夾型挫屈束制斜撐 ； 抗彎構架跨數 ； 震動台試驗 ； 耐震分析 ； Dual-Core Self-Centering Brace (DC-SCB) ； Sandwiched Buckling-Restrained Brace (SBRB) ； Number of Moment Frame Bays ； Shake Table Tests ； Seismic Analyses
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- 2. AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction). Manual of steel construction load and resistance factor design. Chicago, IL; 2010.
- 4. R. Tremblay, M. Lacerte, C. Christopulos (2008). “Seismic Response of Multistory Buildings with Self-Centering Energy Dissipative Steel Braces J. Structural Engineering”, ASCE, 134, 108-120.
- 5. Sabelli R, Mahin S. and Chang C. (2003). Seismic Demand on Steel Braced Framed Buildings with Buckling-restrained Braces. Engineering Structures, Vol. 25:655-666
- 6. Chou C-C, Chen S-Y (2010). “Subassemblage tests and finite element analyses of sandwiched buckling-restrained braces”. Engineering Structures, 32, 2108-2121.
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