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Load bearing behaviour and design of bolts under combined tension and shear

Load bearing behaviour and design of bolts under combined tension and shear EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in Ger- A more detailed investigation of the exis- ensured. In the text in hand the findings man in Stahlbau 4/2019. ting data shows that the number of the are summarized and the possibilities of a hitherto conducted tests on the subject future handling of the design of bolts are Abstract: The load bearing behaviour of is surprisingly small, while the results discussed. bolts that are exposed to a combined ten- are of limited suitability for an evaluati- sion and shear load were fundamentally on due to missing base values such as Renner, A. and Lange, J.: Zum Tragver- assessed in a research project at the Insti- accurate material properties. A funda- halten und zur Bemessung von Schrau- tute of Steel Construction and Materials mental investigation on how combined ben unter kombinierter Zug-Abscher- Mechanics at the Technical University of loaded bolts behave is completely mis- Belastung, Stahlbau 88 (2019), Heft 4 Darmstadt. Trigger for this approach was, sing. that the evaluation of the existing test re- www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau sults on the topic for the evolution of the Thus, the existing studies were newly eva- Eurocode 3 Standards had shown, that luated in summary, new test series were https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ the hitherto established quadratic interac- conducted, these were reproduced using doi/10.1002/stab.201900002 tion rule for the design of combined loa- Finite Element modelling and therewith ded bolts is not on the safe side. This fin- the behaviour was fundamentally obser- ding led to a change in the design rule in ved and analysed. Using parameter stu- Eurocode 3. dies, the transferability of the results was Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 113 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Load bearing behaviour and design of bolts under combined tension and shear

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 12 (2) – May 1, 2019

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EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in Ger- A more detailed investigation of the exis- ensured. In the text in hand the findings man in Stahlbau 4/2019. ting data shows that the number of the are summarized and the possibilities of a hitherto conducted tests on the subject future handling of the design of bolts are Abstract: The load bearing behaviour of is surprisingly small, while the results discussed. bolts that are exposed to a combined ten- are of limited suitability for an evaluati- sion and shear load were fundamentally on due to missing base values such as Renner, A. and Lange, J.: Zum Tragver- assessed in a research project at the Insti- accurate material properties. A funda- halten und zur Bemessung von Schrau- tute of Steel Construction and Materials mental investigation on how combined ben unter kombinierter Zug-Abscher- Mechanics at the Technical University of loaded bolts behave is completely mis- Belastung, Stahlbau 88 (2019), Heft 4 Darmstadt. Trigger for this approach was, sing. that the evaluation of the existing test re- www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau sults on the topic for the evolution of the Thus, the existing studies were newly eva- Eurocode 3 Standards had shown, that luated in summary, new test series were https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ the hitherto established quadratic interac- conducted, these were reproduced using doi/10.1002/stab.201900002 tion rule for the design of combined loa- Finite Element modelling and therewith ded bolts is not on the safe side. This fin- the behaviour was fundamentally obser- ding led to a change in the design rule in ved and analysed. Using parameter stu- Eurocode 3. dies, the transferability of the results was Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 113

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Steel Construction: Design and ResearchWiley

Published: May 1, 2019

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