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For Schorgast Bridge Full Locked Coil Rope high strength tension components have been designed and implemented as stay cables. As part of the revision of EN 1993‐1‐11 the fatigue design rules for tension components have been modified and adjusted. An article in this edition provides insight and...
This paper discusses an innovative approach to the design of planar steel frames composed of prismatic and/or non‐prismatic members. The method evaluates the member stability limit states using an inelastic eigenvalue buckling analysis configured with column, beam and beam‐column inelastic...
Steel‐concrete composite floor systems represent a common solution for buildings, leading to reduced material consumption and improving the structural strength and flexural stiffness. Lightweight steel frame construction systems, based on the combination of thin‐walled cold‐formed steel members...
It is well known that inelastic behaviour in the panel zone of beam‐to‐column connections can help to ensure a more stable structural performance, as the panel zone can absorb energy to prevent structural collapse. Although plastic deformation of up to only 30 % in the panel zone can contribute...
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