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Advances in Steel Structures (ICASS '99) by Siu-Lai Chan, J.G. Teng

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By Siu-Lai Chan, J.G. Teng

Those volumes of complaints comprise nine invited keynote papers and 126 contributed papers to be offered on the moment overseas convention on Advances in metal buildings hung on 15-17 December 1999 in Hong Kong. The convention is a sequel to the overseas convention on Advances in metal buildings held in Hong Kong in December 1996. The convention will offer a discussion board for dialogue and dissemination via researchers and architects of contemporary advances within the research, behaviour, layout and development of metal buildings. The papers to be provided on the convention conceal a large spectrum of issues and have been contributed from over 15 international locations world wide. They document the present state-of-the artwork and element to destiny instructions of structural metal examine.

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To investigate the suitability of cold-formed hollow sections for plastic design, a series of bending tests examined the influence of web slenderness on the rotation capacity of cold-formed rectangular hollow sections (Wilkinson and Hancock 1998a). The results indicate that the plastic (Class 1) web slenderness limits in design standards, which are based on tests of I-sections, are not conservative for RHS. Some sections, which are classified as compact or Class 1 by current steel specifications, do not demonstrate rotation capacity suitable for plastic design.

013 . . 007 From Figures 6 to 8 and Tables 7, 8 the following points can be drawn. - Y. Shen will cause structures damaged. Second, the damage in a structure will cumulate during successive seismic actions. Third, the cumulative damage will deduce the resistance capacity of structures to the seismic action. Fourth, the dynamic behavior of steel framed structures can be analyzed with acceptable accuracy by using the proposed cumulative damage hysteresis model.

It should be used only as a 'first check', to determine if the wind-moment method outlined in this document is a suitable design method for the frame in question. 9Mp The frame design is likely to be controlled by SLS sway. However, a suitable frame design may still be achieved using the wind-moment method. Consider increasing the member sizes. I. . . . . . . . . I , I STEP 4 Estimate required column sections . . . . . l I STEP 5 Predict the SLS sway using the method in Section 5 ~" Design the frame as rigid, or include vertical bracing.

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