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Title: Flexural Behavior of Concrete-Filled Steel Hollow Sections Beams
Authors: Tayeh, Ali
Keywords: Composite beam
Beams
Flexural Behavior
Steel Hollow
Compressive strength
American code AISC
Issue Date: 21-Jan-2014
Publisher: University of Palestine, Majallat Jamiat Filastin lil-Abḥath
Abstract: In structural design, and in particular in material saving, an ideal situation minimizes the weight of the structure, however, without having to affect its strength and/or serviceability. Steel-concrete composite section is a rather fresh idea adopted for beams (see for example, Wahy uni, V. Vimonsatit and Nikraz, 2012) which comprises hollow-steel elements equipped with an infill of concrete that replaces either hot-rolled steel or reinforced concrete, usually utilized in small/medium sized building. Structural advantages of a composite versus a non-composite construction follow leading to composite structure being common in use. A particular example for such advantages includes behavior of the composite steel-concrete elements which is measured at various loading stages. The example is quite well examined in the literature (for example, Soundararajan and Shanmugasundaram, 2008). Accordingly, concrete-filled Steel Tube (CFST) is one composite element which is used at present in Civil Engineering discipline. Different approaches inherited in varying design philosophies were adopted in different design codes. However, Soundararajan and Shanmugasundaram (2008) suggest that whilst hollow CFST elements appear to be more effective than ordinary CFST, any code does not yet provide sufficient information necessary to design these elements.
Description: Dr. Ali I. Tayeh Dean of College of Applied Engineering and Urban Planning PhD Mechanics and Deformable Solid University of Palestine - Gaza
URI: http://dspace.up.edu.ps/xmlui/handle/123456789/90
ISSN: 2410-874X
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