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Ultimate strength of long-span buildings with P.E.B (Pre-Engineered Building) system
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 Title & Authors
Ultimate strength of long-span buildings with P.E.B (Pre-Engineered Building) system
Lee, Seong-Hui; Kim, Young-Ho; Choi, Sung-Mo;
 Abstract
With the improvement of the quality of construction materials and the development of construction technologies, large-scale long-span steel frame buildings have been built recently. The P.E.B system using tapered members is being employed as an economically-efficient long-span structure owing to its advantage of being able to distribute stress appropriately depending on the size of sectional areas of members. However, in December 2005 and in February 2014, P.E.B buildings collapsed due to sudden loads such as snow loads and wind gusts. In this study, the design and construction of the P.E.B system in Korea were analyzed and its structural safety was evaluated using the finite element analysis program to suggest how to improve the P.E.B system in order to promote the efficient and rational application of the system.
 Keywords
P.E.B. (Pre-Engineered Metal Building) system;tapered deep beam;lateral-torsional buckling;local buckling;ductile design;
 Language
English
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