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Proposal of Connection Details for a Double Split Tee Connection Without a Shear tap
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Proposal of Connection Details for a Double Split Tee Connection Without a Shear tap
Yang, Jae Guen; Lee, Hyung Dong; Kim, Yong Boem; Pae, Da Sol;
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 Abstract
A double split tee connection, which is a beam-column moment connection, shows different behavioral characteristics under the influences of the thickness of a T-stub flange, a high-strength bolt gauge distance, and the number and diameter of a high-strength bolt. A double split tee connection is idealized and designed that a flexural moment normally acting on connections can be resisted by a T-stub and a shear force by a shear tap. However, where a double split tee connection is adopted to a low-and medium-rise steel structure, a small-sized beam member can be adopted. Then, a shear tab may not be bolted to the web of a beam. This study was conducted to suggest the details of a connection to secure that a double split tee connection with a geometric shape has a sufficient capacity to resist a shear force. To verify this, this study was conducted to make a three-dimensional nonlinear finite element analysis on a double split tee connection.
 Keywords
Double split tee connection;Shear resisting capacity;Shear tab;Connection detail;
 Language
Korean
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