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Numerical analyses of steel beam–column joints subjected to catenary action

Author: Bo Yang, Kang Hai Tan | Size: 2.63 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Volume 70 | Year: March 2012 | pages: 1–11 | ISBN: 0143-974X

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The finite element analysis of the ultimate behavior of thin-walled carbon steel bolted connections

Author: TaeSoo Kima, HaYoung Jeong, Taejun Cho | Size: 8.6 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research Volume 67, Issue 7 | Year: July 2011 | pages: 1086–1095

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Finite element analysis and experimental study on high strength bolted friction grip connections in steel bridges

Author: Yong-hui Huanga, Rong-hui Wang, Jin-hua Zou, Quan Gan | Size: 8.6 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research Volume 66, Issue 6 | Year: June 2010 | pages: 803–815

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Progressive collapse analysis of high-rise building with 3-D finite element modeling method

Author: Feng Fu | Size: 9.54 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research Volume 65, Issue 6 | Year: June 2009 | pages: 1269-1278

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Evaluating response modification factors of concentrically braced steel frames

Author: Mussa Mahmoudi, Mahdi Zaree | Size: 1.29 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Volume 66, Issue 10 | Year: October 2010 | pages: 1196–1204

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Effect of Weld Details on the Ductility of Steel Column Baseplate Connections

Author: A.T. Myers, A.M. Kanvinde , G.G. Deierlein , B.V. Fell | Size: 1.5 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Unspecified | Publisher: Journal of Constructional Steel Research jo | Year: 2009 | pages: 13661373 | ISBN: 0143-974X

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Results from six two-thirds scale tests on moment-resisting steel column base plates are presented. The test specimens incorporate Complete Joint Penetration (CJP) and Partial Joint Penetration (PJP) weld details between the column and the base plate. The test data indicate that both details are resilient to fracture and sustain inelastic column hinging to story drift ratios of 6%9%, which exceeds the typical acceptance criteria of 4% drift ratio for seismically detailed special moment frames. In five of the six tests, fractures initiated in the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) at the fusion line between the weld and column flange. In the sixth test, fractures initiated at the inside face of the column flange at the upper edge of the weld access hole of the CJP weld detail. Contrary to the initial expectations, the specimens with the PJP welds exhibited higher displacement ductility than those with CJP welds. This is attributed to the fillet reinforcing that strengthens the PJP welds and enables them to sustain stresses and strains necessary to fully develop yielding in the column flanges.

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