Shear response of elliptical hollow sections

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Title: Shear response of elliptical hollow sections
Authors: Gardner, L
Chan, TM
Wadee, MA
Item Type: Journal Article
Abstract: Following the introduction of hot-finished elliptical hollow sections to the construction industry, recent research has been performed to develop supporting structural design guidance. This paper focuses on shear resistance. Twenty-four shear tests were performed on hot-finished steel elliptical hollow section members. The shear tests were arranged in a three-point bending configuration with span-to-depth ratios ranging from 1 to 8. This enabled the study of cross-section resistance in shear and the interaction between shear and bending. Measurements were taken of cross-section geometry, local initial geometric imperfections and material properties in tension. Test results, including moment-rotation histories, are presented. Additional results were generated numerically. These results have been used to verify proposed design expressions for shear resistance and resistance to combined shear and bending. Further investigations into design criteria for shear buckling are currently under way.
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2008
Date of Acceptance: 21-Jul-2008
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/63001
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1680/stbu.2008.161.6.301
ISSN: 0965-0911
Publisher: Thomas Telford
Start Page: 301
End Page: 309
Journal / Book Title: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings.
Volume: 161
Issue: 6
Copyright Statement: © 2008 ICE Publishing, all rights reserved.
Keywords: Science & Technology
Technology
Construction & Building Technology
Engineering, Civil
Engineering
buildings, structures & design
codes of practice & standards
research & development
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TUBES
0905 Civil Engineering
Online Publication Date: 2015-05-25
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering



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