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The demand for the use of hollow section structures in construction has experienced great progress in Brazil, despite being widely used for a long time in Europe and developed countries. The release of a Brazilian Technical Standard specifically for the design of hollow sections confirms this...
This paper presents the results of an experimental campaign in which the buckling resistance of 12 concrete‐filled dual steel columns was ascertained. Whereas some papers in the literature describe investigations into concentrically loaded stub columns with such typology, no investigations of...
A series of full‐scale laboratory experiments was conducted to investigate the cyclic behaviour of an external diaphragm joint between a steel I‐beam and a circular hollow section column. The joint incorporated two diaphragm plates (DPs) welded to the column's external wall and bolted to the...
This paper deals with a proposal to revise the effective width terms in the brace shear criterion for overlap joints in rectangular hollow sections (RHS). The background to the design equations in ISO 14346 for the failure modes, brace effective width, chord M‐N interaction and brace shear are...
The resistance of compression members may be calculated by the design buckling resistance based on the reduction factor χ, which depends on the slenderness, or by the cross‐section resistance based on internal forces according to a second‐order analysis taking into account equivalent initial bow...
ZJA Zwarts & Jansma Architects have designed a new light rail departure station in The Hague, The Netherlands. The spatial roof structure of the station is made of rolled steel rectangular hollow sections arranged in two independent layers rigidly connected to each other. A glass envelope...
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