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Ultimate Strength Interaction of Steel Tubular T-Joint Subjected to Concurrent Action of Compression and Bending
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Ultimate Strength Interaction of Steel Tubular T-Joint Subjected to Concurrent Action of Compression and Bending
Kim, Kyung-Sik;
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 Abstract
Owing to the advantages of reduced weight and wind effect, the space-framed towers that consist of vertical and horizontal members of circular hollow tubular sections have been adopted widely for various purposes. It is critical to guarantee the strengths of tubular joints where vertical and horizontal members are connected structurally to make the entire space-framed system behave as a single tower structure. In this study, a strength evaluation was conducted for T-type tubular joints subjected to the concurrent action of compression and bending. Three of the available design codes, i.e., AISC, Eurocode 3, ISO 19902 were investigated and a design equation was suggested for an ultimate strength interaction between the axial force and bending moment based on nonlinear finite element analyses by selecting the slenderness ratios at the joints as major parameters.
 Keywords
spaced-framed tower;hollow tubular section;T-joint;design code;ultimate strength;
 Language
Korean
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