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Progressive collapse analysis of steel frame structure based on the energy principle
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 Title & Authors
Progressive collapse analysis of steel frame structure based on the energy principle
Chen, Chang Hong; Zhu, Yan Fei; Yao, Yao; Huang, Ying;
 Abstract
The progressive collapse potential of steel moment framed structures due to abrupt removal of a column is investigated based on the energy principle. Based on the changes of component`s internal energy, this paper analyzes structural member`s sensitivity to abrupt removal of a column to determine a sub-structure resisting progressive collapse. An energy-based structural damage index is defined to judge whether progressive collapse occurs in a structure. Then, a simplified beam damage model is proposed to analyze the energies absorbed and dissipated by structural beams at large deflections, and a simplified modified plastic hinges model is developed to consider catenary action in beams. In addition, the correlation between bending moment and axial force in a beam during the whole deformation development process is analyzed and modified, which shows good agreement with the experimental results.
 Keywords
progressive collapse;energy;sensitivity;modified plastic hinges model;steel frame;
 Language
English
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