In this paper, a simple and practitioners-friendly calibration strategy to consistently link target panel-scale mechanical properties (that can be found in national standards) to model material-scale mechanical properties is presented. Simple masonry panel geometries, with various boundary conditions, are utilized to test numerical models and calibrate their mechanical properties. The calibration is successfully conducted through five different numerical models (most of them available in commercial software packages) suitable for nonlinear modelling of masonry structures, using nonlinear static analyses. Firstly, the panel stiffness calibration is performed, focusing the attention to the shear stiffness. Secondly, the panel strength calibration is conducted for several axial load ratios by attempts using as reference the target panel strength deduced by well-known analytical strength criteria. The results in terms of panel strength for the five different models show that this calibration strategy appears effective in obtaining model properties coherent with Italian National Standard and Eurocode. Open issues remain for the calibration of the post-peak response of masonry panels, which still appears highly conventional in the standards.

D'Altri A.M., Cannizzaro F., Petracca M., Talledo D.A. (2022). Nonlinear modelling of the seismic response of masonry structures: Calibration strategies. BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING, 20, 1999-2043 [10.1007/s10518-021-01104-1].

Nonlinear modelling of the seismic response of masonry structures: Calibration strategies

D'Altri A. M.
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Talledo D. A.
2022

Abstract

In this paper, a simple and practitioners-friendly calibration strategy to consistently link target panel-scale mechanical properties (that can be found in national standards) to model material-scale mechanical properties is presented. Simple masonry panel geometries, with various boundary conditions, are utilized to test numerical models and calibrate their mechanical properties. The calibration is successfully conducted through five different numerical models (most of them available in commercial software packages) suitable for nonlinear modelling of masonry structures, using nonlinear static analyses. Firstly, the panel stiffness calibration is performed, focusing the attention to the shear stiffness. Secondly, the panel strength calibration is conducted for several axial load ratios by attempts using as reference the target panel strength deduced by well-known analytical strength criteria. The results in terms of panel strength for the five different models show that this calibration strategy appears effective in obtaining model properties coherent with Italian National Standard and Eurocode. Open issues remain for the calibration of the post-peak response of masonry panels, which still appears highly conventional in the standards.
2022
D'Altri A.M., Cannizzaro F., Petracca M., Talledo D.A. (2022). Nonlinear modelling of the seismic response of masonry structures: Calibration strategies. BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING, 20, 1999-2043 [10.1007/s10518-021-01104-1].
D'Altri A.M.; Cannizzaro F.; Petracca M.; Talledo D.A.
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