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Указатель статей, опубликованных в журнале «Жилищное строительство» в 2018 году
S.YU. SAVIN1, Candidate of Science (Engineering) (email@example.com); N.V. FEDOROVA2, Doctor of Science (Engineering) (firstname.lastname@example.org);
S.G. EMEL’YANOV1, Doctor of Science (Engineering) (email@example.com)
Survivability Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Frameworks of Multi-storey Buildings Made
of Frame-panel Elements Using Combination of Prefabricated and Monolithic Concrete
in Case of Accidental Impacts Caused by Loss of Stability of One of the Columns
In connection with the new proposals to improve the structural systems of large-panel housing construction (LPHC) on the basis of the use of panel-frame
designs, as well as in connection with the release of new normative documents, which contain requirements for the accounting of accidental impacts and for
the protection of buildings and structures against progressive collapse, there is a request to develop methods and algorithms to calculate such systems for
survivability and against progressive collapse. The loss of stability of one of the bearing elements caused by accumulation of corrosion damages in this element
or corrosion of separate connections and fixings of this element should be considered as one of accidental impacts on constructive system. The article presents
an algorithm and numerical analysis of stability of the frame fragment of a multi-storey building made of panel-frame elements at removal one or more fixings,
that lead to loss of stability of one of the columns of the building. The proposed computational technique allows to check the resistance of the structural system
to progressive collapse under such influence and to make proposals to protect the frame of the building against progressive collapse.
Keywords: combination of prefabricated and monolithic concrete, survivability, progressive collapse, loss of stability
For citation: Savin S.Yu., Fedorova N.V., Emel’yanov S.G. Survivability analysis of reinforced concrete frameworks of multi-storey buildings made
of frame-panel elements using combination of prefabricated and monolithic concrete in case of accidental impacts caused by loss of stability of one of the
columns. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2018. No. 12, pp. 3–7. (In Russian).
1South West State University (94, 50 let Oktyabrya street, Kursk, 305040, Russian Federation)
2Moscow State University of Civil Engineering (26, Yaroslavskoe shosse, Moscow, 129337, Russian Federation)
1. Klyueva N.V., Kolchunov V.I., Rypakov D.A., Bukhtiyarova A.S.
Residential and Public Buildings of Industrially Manufactured ReinforcedConcrete
Frame-Panel Elements. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2015. No. 5, pp. 69–75. (In Russian).
2. Nikolaev S.V. Panel and frame buildings of new generation.
Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2013. No. 8,
pp. 2–9. (In Russian).
3. Nikolaev S.V. Architectural and urban planning system of
panel and frame construction. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2016. No. 3, pp.15–25. (In Russian).
4. Ostretsov V.M., Magay A.A., Voznyuk A.B., Gorelkin A.N.
A flexible system of panel construction. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2011. No. 3, pp. 8–11. (In Russian).
5. Building Standart of Russian Federation 296.1325800.2017
“Buildings and structures. Accidental impacts”. Moscow. 2018.
6. Travush V.I., Fedorova N.V. Survivability parameter calculation for
framed structural systems. Russian Journal of Building Construction
and Architecture. 2017. No. 1 (45), pp. 21–28. (In Russian).
7. Emel’yanov S.G., Fedorova N.V., Kolchunov V.I. Design
Peculiarities of Nodes of Residential and Public Buildings’
Structures Made of Panel-Frame Elements for Protection
against Progressive Collapse. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materials]. 2017. No. 3, pp. 23–27. (In Russian).
8. Bukhtiyarova A.S., Kolchunov V.I., Rypakov D.A., Filatova S.A. Recearch
insurviability of residential and public buildings with a new
structural systemmade of industrial panel-frame elements. Stroitel’stvo
i rekonstruktsiya. 2014. No. 6 (56), pp. 18–24. (In Russian).
9. Kolchunov V.I., Savin S.Y. Dynamic effects in a composite
two-component rods which appear when local fracture of the matrix is occurred. Journal of Applied Engineering Science.
2017. Vol 15. No 3, pp: 325–331. doi:10.5937/jaes15-14602.
10. Weng J., Tan K.H., Lee C.K. Modeling progressive collapse
of 2D reinforced concrete frames subject to column removal
scenario. Engineering Structures. 2017. Vol. 141, pp. 126–143.
11. Gowtham S., Prakash M., Parthasarathi N., Satyanarayanan
K.S., Thamilarasu V. 2D-Linear static and non-linear dynamic
progressive collapse analysis of reinforced concrete
building. Materials Today: Proceedings. 2018. Vol. 5. Issue 2.
Part 3, pp. 8775–8783. Doi: 10.1016/j.matpr.2017.12.305.
12. Ramon Codina, Daniel Ambrosini, Fernandade Borbon. Alternatives
to prevent progressive collapse protecting reinforced
concrete columns subjected to near field blast loading.
Procedia Engineering. 2017. Vol. 199, pp. 2445–2450.
13. Xinzheng Lu, Kaiqi Lin, Yi Li, Hong Guan, Peiqi Ren, Yulong
Zhou. Experimental investigation of RC beam-slab substructures
against progressive collapse subject to an edge-column-
removal scenario. Engineering Structures. 2017.
Vol. 149, pp. 91–103. Doi: 10.1016/j.engstruct.2016.07.039.
14. Kolchunov V.I., Prasolov N.O., Morgunov M.V. To assessment
of reinforced concrete frame’s survivability at loss of stability
of one of elements. Stroitel’naya mekhanika inzhenernyh konstruktsiy
i sooruzheniy. 2007. No. 4, pp. 40–44. (In Russian).
15. Gordon V.A., Kolchunov V.I. To calculation of stability of a reinforced
concrete element, evolutionary damaged and with destructured
supporting. Stroitel’naya mekhanika inzhenernyh
konstruktsiy i sooruzheniy. 2006. No. 4, pp. 33. (In Russian).
N.A. GOGOLEVA, Candidate of Architecture, S.V. NORENKOV, Doctor of Sciences (Philosophy) (firstname.lastname@example.org),
E.S. KRASHENINNIKOVA, Candidate of Sciences (Philosophy)
Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (65, Il’inskaya Street, Nizhny Novgorod, 603950, Russian Federation)
Regional Architecture-Construction Peculiarities of Housing Programs of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
Regional housing construction in the Volga Federal District on the example of the capital region has far-reaching plans in accordance with the «Draft Strategy of
the Nizhny Novgorod Region until 2035». The accumulated potential of the historical experience of one of the key regions of the country in conjunction with the
architectural and urban development opportunities provides the acceleration of sustainable development for years ahead. Social and human origins in conjunction
with cultural and economic opportunities and resources are the initial criteria when preparing and implementing housing programs in Nizhny Novgorod. In order to
achieve high rates of housing construction for the next six years, the idea of the need to repeat the experience of «people’s construction of the 1950s»is argued.
On the example of the Nizhny Novgorod region initiating the legal consolidation of the high status of the agglomeration, additional opportunities of super-dense
high-rise development under the harsh conditions of urbanization and high-dense low-rise residential development are opened for the approval of de-urbanization
positive, the development of large areas of the valleys for settling in the new territories.
Keywords: housing program, urbanization, high-dense development, architectural-construction peculiarities, region, agglomeration, sustainable development,
For citation: Gogoleva N.A., Norenkov S.V., Krasheninnikova E.S. Regional architecture-construction peculiarities of housing programs of Nizhny Novgorod
oblast. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2018. No. 12, pp. 8–15. (In Russian).
L.N. ORLOVA1, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering) email@example.com),
S.V. NORENKOV1, Doctor of Sciences (Philosophy) (firstname.lastname@example.org);
I.N. BUTYREVSKAYA2, Candidate of Architecture (email@example.com)
Light-Urban Simulation in Formation of Comfortable Urban Environment
The article is devoted to the simulation of artificial light environment of urban development. The research in the search for methods and means of humanization
of the human environment and light-color structuring of the architectural space of cities has been carried out. Light-urban modeling, as a section of the urban
development project of the city, affects the professional solution of the problems of interaction of artificial light with structural-forming elements. The methodology
has been developed and recommendations for the design of light-urban complexes at three stages in the process of formation of a comfortable urban environment
are made. At present, the system solution of composite problems of artificial lighting is becoming a matter of professionals and specialized firms. In the near future
innovative technologies and materials of a new generation for providing the operation of architectural lighting systems will play an increasingly important role and
have a lasting importance in the implementation of ambitious programs of light urbanization of the country.
Keywords: artificial light environment, light-urbanistics, urban environment, comfort, living environment humanization, structuring of architectural space of city,
For citation: Orlova L.N., Norenkov S.V., Butyrevskaya I.N. Light-urban simulation in formation of comfortable urban environment. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2018. No. 12, pp. 16–20. (In Russian).
1 Nizhny Novgorod State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (65, Ilyinskaya Street, Nizhny Novgorod, 603950, Russian Federation)
2 Department of State Protection of Cultural Heritage Objects of Nizhny Novgorod Oblast (14, Kremlin, Nizhny Novgorod, 603082, Russian Federation)
A.A. YAKOVLEV, I.O. OSIPOV
Trends in the Formation of Architectural Solutions of Industrial Buildings on Complex Terrain. . . . . . . . 21
I.N. BUTYREVSKAYA, L.N. ORLOVA
Modern Facade Lighting Systems: Materials, Constructions, Equipment of New Generation . . . . . . . . . 25
Concepts of Formation of Comfortable Urban Environment in Small Historical Towns . .. . . . . . . 31
E.Y. AGEYEVA, O.S. KUPCOVA
Unusual Dwelling: Architectural Experience in Renovation of Grain-Elevators. . . . . . . . . . 36
S.M. SHUMILKIN, A.S. SHUMILKIN
Restoration of Residential Houses of Merchants Markov in Nizhny Novgorod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Wooden Residential Quarters of Kazan, the Old Tatar Settlement: History and Modernity . . . . . . 45
I.O. OSIPOV, A.A. YAKOVLEV
Factors Affecting the Formation of Architectural Solutions for Industrial Buildings on Complex Terrain .. . . . . . . . . 50
N.D. ZHILINA, A.S. PAVLOV, G.A. SHEHOVTSOV
Modeling the Duration of Construction of Residential Buildings . . . . . . . . 53