Open Science Research Excellence
%0 Journal Article
%A Mohamed M. El-Gendy and  Ibrahim A. El-Arabi and  Rafik W. Abdel-Missih and  Omar A. Kandil
%D 2012 
%J  International Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering
%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
%I International Science Index 70, 2012
%T Geometric and Material Nonlinear Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Structure Considering Soil-Structure Interaction
%V 70
%X In the present research, a finite element model is
presented to study the geometrical and material nonlinear behavior of
reinforced concrete plane frames considering soil-structure
interaction. The nonlinear behaviors of concrete and reinforcing steel
are considered both in compression and tension up to failure. The
model takes account also for the number, diameter, and distribution
of rebar along every cross section. Soil behavior is taken into
consideration using four different models; namely: linear-, nonlinear
Winkler's model, and linear-, nonlinear continuum model. A
computer program (NARC) is specially developed in order to
perform the analysis. The results achieved by the present model show
good agreement with both theoretical and experimental published
literature. The nonlinear behavior of a rectangular frame resting on
soft soil up to failure using the proposed model is introduced for
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