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Structural engineers must encounter multiobjective optimization (MOO) problems in designs including a design of reinforced concrete (RC) columns, where several design objectives must be satisfied to meet contractors’ interests and produce a sustainable design. MOO applications in structural...
This is an experimental study on flexural performance evaluation when welded bar mats (WBM), which improve the rib shape, strength, and diameter limits of the existing structural welded wire fabric (WWF), are applied to slabs. The purpose of this study was to verify the change in behavior and...
The simulation of the authentic evacuation process is conducive to accurately evaluate the casualties of buildings under earthquake. This study improves the traditional cellular automata model to simulate the crowd evacuation process in buildings under earthquake. The modified model simulates...
Parking structures taller than 8 m in height are difficult to design because both fire and seismic resistance must be considered, whereas structures shorter than this threshold are simpler to design and are subject to fewer construction restrictions. Therefore, to optimize the design of these...
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