Cyclic behavior of beam-to-column steel joints with slender web panels

 
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1995 (EN)
Cyclic behavior of beam-to-column steel joints with slender web panels (EN)

Vayas, Ioannis (EN)
Schween, Tobias (EN)
Pasternak, Hartmut (EN)

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Thirteen experiments are performed to investigate the cyclic behavior of beam-to-column joints of steel frames with slender joint panels. The performance of the joints with respect to strength, rigidity, ductility, and low cycle fatigue are examined. Three different load-carrying mechanisms can be identified. They are the shear action of the web panel, the tension field action, and the frame action of the surrounding elements. The various characteristics of these actions as determined by the experiments are discussed. It is concluded that a good performance can be achieved by properly selecting the dimensions of the web panel, the surrounding flanges, and their relative proportions. (EN)

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Fatigue of materials (EN)
Beam to column joints (EN)
Structural loads (EN)
Ductility (EN)
Tension field action (EN)
Tensile strength (EN)
Structural frames (EN)
Structural panels (EN)
Joints (structural components) (EN)
Steel beams and girders (EN)
Cyclic behavior (EN)
Shear stress (EN)
Mechanical testing (EN)
Slender joint panels (EN)
Strength of materials (EN)
Columns (structural) (EN)
Structural analysis (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

Journal of structural engineering New York, N.Y. (EN)

1995


ASCE, New York, NY, United States (EN)



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