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Torsional Restraint Problem of Steel Cold-Formed Beams Restrained by Planar Members
(IOP Publishing, 2017-11-04)
The effect of continuous or discrete lateral and torsional restraints of metal thin-walled members along their spans can positively influence their buckling resistance and thus contribute to more economical structural ...
Strengthening under Load: Numerical Study of Flexural Buckling of Columns
The paper refers to the strengthening of doubly symmetric columns under load by welded plates. A validated numerical study containing more than 500 models was performed to question the currently used design procedures. ...
Comparison of analytical and numerical methods applied to lateral torsional buckling of beams
The paper is focused on the numerical evaluation of transversally loaded beams of one symmetric and four asymmetric cross-section shapes susceptible to lateral torsional buckling. Several analytic methods used for evaluation ...
Cast Screws as Shear Anchors for Composite Slabs
Composite slabs consist of trapezoidal steel sheeting and concrete cover. The steel sheeting serves as both, a lost framework and a tension bearing member after hardening of concrete. The longitudinal shear between the ...
Inelastic Finite Element Analysis of Lateral Buckling for Beam Structures
The inelastic lateral–torsional buckling resistance of real I-beam loaded by uniform moment was the subject of parametric studies using nonlinear finite elements, covering various initial imperfections as initial axis ...