报告人：赖柄霖 新加坡国立大学 博士研究生
时 间：2019年10月15日 15：00
Mr. Lai Binglin received his Bachelor’s degree from Hohai University in Nanjing, China. He is currently a PhD student working under supervision of Professor J Y Richard Liew at NUS. His research mainly focuses on the structural behaviour of encased composite columns under static loading. He is proficient in structural design and numerical simulation. His work will contribute to the extension of existing design code of encased column with high strength concrete and high strength steel.
Presentation Abstract: Concrete Encased Steel (CES) composite columns are commonly used in basement construction of high-rise buildings due to their high strength, high stiffness, full usage of materials, high resistance to fire and corrosion, as well as the significant savings of construction time and floor space. Existing design codes are limited to normal strength materials, which impedes the utilization of high strength composite columns in high-rise buildings. Some special concerns about high strength materials, including the inherent brittleness, premature cover spalling of high strength concrete, underutilized yield strength of high strength steel are properly resolved by our research group. My research focuses on the structural performance and design of high strength CES columns and Fiber-Reinforced CES (FRCES) columns. The comprehensive experimental, numerical, analytical, and statistical studies are undertaken, aiming to give deep insight into the failure mechanism of CES members under varying loading conditions and finally contribute to the proposal of new design guide as well.