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New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances – the generalised slenderness‐based resistance method

New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances – the generalised... EDITOR’S RECOMMENDATIONS New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances – the generalised slenderness-based resistance method The paper has been published in Ger- (2016–2019) set out to develop new de- man in Stahlbau 7/2020. The desire for sign rules with significantly improved an increase of the use of high-strength, results, thereby using a combination of very slender and/or specially formed bespoke numerical calculation tools steel hollow sections has led to the and experimentally validated analytical need for a review and revision of com- formulae. The resulting design method, mon, traditional design rules for these the generalised slenderness-based resis- types of members, among them the tance method for the design of hollow rules for the cross-sectional and buck- sections under general compression and ling resistances. Due to the more fre- bending loading, is the subject of this quent use of slender (classes 3 and 4) review paper. cross-sections, the excess conservatism Taras, A.; Toffolon, A. (2020) Neuartige known to exist for this range of sections Representation of possible GSRM design Bemessungsmethode für Hohlprofilquer- currently represents an obstacle for the curves and of individual design resistan- schnitte und -stäbe in: Stahlbau 89, wider use of more innovative structural ces for selected points, determined using No. 7, pp. 570-584. typologies involving hollow sections. parameter combinations from the FEM https://doi.org/10.1002/stab.202000052 The EU-RFSC project HOLLOSSTAB parametric study Steel Construction 13 (2020), No. 3 153 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances – the generalised slenderness‐based resistance method

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 13 (3) – Aug 1, 2020

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EDITOR’S RECOMMENDATIONS New design method for hollow section strength and buckling resistances – the generalised slenderness-based resistance method The paper has been published in Ger- (2016–2019) set out to develop new de- man in Stahlbau 7/2020. The desire for sign rules with significantly improved an increase of the use of high-strength, results, thereby using a combination of very slender and/or specially formed bespoke numerical calculation tools steel hollow sections has led to the and experimentally validated analytical need for a review and revision of com- formulae. The resulting design method, mon, traditional design rules for these the generalised slenderness-based resis- types of members, among them the tance method for the design of hollow rules for the cross-sectional and buck- sections under general compression and ling resistances. Due to the more fre- bending loading, is the subject of this quent use of slender (classes 3 and 4) review paper. cross-sections, the excess conservatism Taras, A.; Toffolon, A. (2020) Neuartige known to exist for this range of sections Representation of possible GSRM design Bemessungsmethode für Hohlprofilquer- currently represents an obstacle for the curves and of individual design resistan- schnitte und -stäbe in: Stahlbau 89, wider use of more innovative structural ces for selected points, determined using No. 7, pp. 570-584. typologies involving hollow sections. parameter combinations from the FEM https://doi.org/10.1002/stab.202000052 The EU-RFSC project HOLLOSSTAB parametric study Steel Construction 13 (2020), No. 3 153

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Published: Aug 1, 2020

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