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And Civ. Eng. Inst, 1993, 26(2): 86-92 (in Chinese) [11] Song Yupu, Zhao Guofan, Peng Fang, etc. Endochronic Damage Constitutive Model for Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete[J]. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 1995, 26(6):1-7 (in Chinese) 30 Advances in Civil Structures IV [12] Wang Chunlai, Xu Bigen, Li Shulin, etc. Study on a Constitutive Model of Damage of SFRC Under Uniaxial Compression[J]. Rock and Soil Mechanics, 2006, 27(1): 151-154 (in Chinese) [13] Xue Yunliang, Li Shulin, Lin Feng, etc.

And only weaken the top member stability limit bearing capacity of 1, 2, basically the same. This means for the analysis of single layer lattice dome structures overall stability bearing capacity of the second radial member buckling is most sensitive. 4 Buckling curve of single layer lattice dome considering the buckling effect dome considering the buckling effect of mrmber 1, 2, 3, 4 of mrmber 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Applied Mechanics and Materials Vols. 1. 7, respectively. 36%. 7 you can when only weaken the single layer lattice dome structures of the member of 5, 6, buckling of the structure of the whole process of curve and stability ultimate bearing capacity and structure not little difference when the member weaken.

Based on the above discussion, the damage threshold should adopt The elastic limit stain γ . The damage evolution equation with the threshold γ is D = 0, (ε < γ )     ε − γ m  (2) D = 1 − exp −   , (ε ≥ γ )   a    According to the traditional damage theory, the damage index is expressed as D = 1 − σ ( Eε ) (3) Where σ and E are the stress and modulus of elasticity of RPC, respectively. Substitute equation (3) into equation (2) gives the constitutive model of RPC shown as equation (4).

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