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Question on Takeda

Post  andre7 on Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:10 pm

Hi everybody,

sorry for my questions. If I use Modified Takeda hysteresis (number 4 in Ruaumoko manual) I can put alfa, beta, the reloading stiffness power factor and KKK. But...how can I put the value of the yielding point and so the initial stiffness K0?

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Re: Question on Takeda

Post  Domenico on Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:17 pm

Phi=M/EI, therefore changing the intertia I you can control the yielding curvature if it is a member (K0 = EI).
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Post  andre7 on Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:29 pm

Ok, but EI are for the elastic part of the member. At both ends I have plastic hinges and I don't want that stiffness but the stiffness I have in the moment-curvature diagram. If I understand I put in the elastic properties M/phi as stiffness?

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Post  Domenico on Tue Mar 23, 2010 4:38 pm

I guess you will have to accept that the whole member has cracked stiffness (secant stiffness at first yield). If this approximation is not good enough for you, you'll have to split up your members and give different effective stiffness values I am afraid.
This is exactly the drawback of lumped plasticity versus fiber analysis..
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Re: Question on Takeda

Post  Matt92 on Thu Nov 07, 2013 6:33 pm

Some new questions on the modified Takeda rule as implemented in Ruaumoko.

1) Say yield has occurred in both directions and I am now on a reloading curve (towards a +ve displacement). What happens if my reloading curve does not reach yield again, but instead begins to unload (towards a -ve displacement). What will my unloading stiffness be? Ku=Ko(Dy/Dm)^a?

2) After this unloading I begin to reload again (still in the -ve direction). What is the reloading stiffness? Do I aim towards Dm or do I aim towards Dm-Bdp?

I note that this seems to fall into the category of "inner loop rules," which a number of authors say exist but do not discuss much. Hope someone can help me out!

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