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More than 2 million people pass through the Värtahamnen, Silja Line's ferry passenger terminal in Stockholm each year. As Ruukki designed and delivered the steel structures for the terminal, the prominent building is a good reference for the company and has recently been awarded a commendation...
The authors have studied the buckling‐restrained brace providing a stable hysteretic characteristic even under high‐strain conditions. The structural performance of the buckling‐restrained brace is represented by the evaluation formula that is the lower limit of the cumulative plastic strain...
This paper compares the buckling strengths derived from a validated shell‐based FEM model of discretely supported axially compressed silos with the interaction curves given in EN 1993‐1‐6 for axial compression. The buckling strengths were numerically determined for a wide range of geometries and...
Dedicated to Prof. Dr.‐Ing. Helmut Saal on the occasion of his 75th birthday
Steel design codes continue to be expanded to permit the use of more advanced methods of non‐linear analysis. Designers looking to employ such methods need to validate their analysis software and, just as importantly, verify their ability to utilize it properly. The literature contains many...
According to Eurocode 3 Part 1‐1, the resistance of compression members may be calculated in two different ways: through the design buckling resistance based on the reduction factor χ or through the cross section resistance based on internal forces according to a second order analysis, also...
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