The reinforcement of a r.c. building for social housing has been achieved by using Steel-Concrete Composite (SCC) walls at the ground floor, preceded by temporary brick pillars for structural deficiency to vertical loads, due to the poor load capacity of the r.c. columns. The SCC walls have been realized first by placing steel columns on both sides of the existing pillars and, after removal of the temporary brick piers, by merging the steel columns in the cast of the new walls. The top of the walls has been connected to the upper floor in order to ensure the diffusion of the seismic forces. Foundations have been reinforced to support the seismic base shear.

Seismic consolidation of ’60s pilotis r.c. building for social housings with SCC-steel shear walls

DE FALCO, ANNA;GIRESINI, LINDA;
2014

Abstract

The reinforcement of a r.c. building for social housing has been achieved by using Steel-Concrete Composite (SCC) walls at the ground floor, preceded by temporary brick pillars for structural deficiency to vertical loads, due to the poor load capacity of the r.c. columns. The SCC walls have been realized first by placing steel columns on both sides of the existing pillars and, after removal of the temporary brick piers, by merging the steel columns in the cast of the new walls. The top of the walls has been connected to the upper floor in order to ensure the diffusion of the seismic forces. Foundations have been reinforced to support the seismic base shear.
Marco, Andreini; DE FALCO, Anna; Giresini, Linda; Mauro, Sassu
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