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Preview: Steel Construction 4/2018

Preview: Steel Construction 4/2018 Preview Steel Construction 4/2018 Simon Schaffrath, Markus Feldmann Application of damage theory to structures of high strength steels Sjors van Es, Henk Slot, Johan Maljaars,Richard Pijpers Application of HSS and VHSS in civil engineering structures – require- ments regarding material properties Richard Stroetmann, Thoralf Kästner, André Hälsig, Peter Mayr Influence of the cooling time on the mechanical properties of welded HSS-joints Jennifer Spiegler, Ulrike Kuhlmann Innovative high strength steel construction by mixed connections Gang Shi, Xuesen Chen Research advances of HSS structures in Tsinghua University and codifica- tion of design specification Seon-Hu Kim, Cheol-Ho Lee Structural performance of CHS It is a general question whether the established rules for the prediction of ulti- X-Joints fabricated from high- mate resistance under global tension can also be applied to structures with HSS. strength steel For the base material this question refers to several items, e.g. the plastic flow curve, the yield stress-level, the yield ratio, the upper shelf ductility and strain- Sing-Ping Chiew, Yan-Qing Cai ability as well as the lower shelf toughness. It reveals that the prediction of Design of high strength steel ductile fracture of steel components can only be an approximation but neither reinforced concrete columns – allows for a deeper understanding of the real ductile crack development up to A  Eurocode 4 approach ultimate load nor leads to a realistic extrapolation for high strength steels. As a solution FEM analysis with an appropriate damage mechanics approach is pro- (subject to change without notice) posed. (Source: Paper from Simon Schaffrath and Markus Feldmann) Technical articles online available all Ernst & Sohn journals over 31,000 technical articles going back to 1967 easy research PDF download Tip: All Ernst & Sohn Special Issues in english can be found in the digital archive www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/journal-articles 1155186_dp 1155186_dp_210x104mm.indd 1 31.05.17 12:25 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Preview: Steel Construction 4/2018

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 11 (3) – Aug 1, 2018

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Wiley
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"© 2018 Ernst & Sohn Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin"
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1867-0520
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1867-0539
DOI
10.1002/stco.201870308
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Preview Steel Construction 4/2018 Simon Schaffrath, Markus Feldmann Application of damage theory to structures of high strength steels Sjors van Es, Henk Slot, Johan Maljaars,Richard Pijpers Application of HSS and VHSS in civil engineering structures – require- ments regarding material properties Richard Stroetmann, Thoralf Kästner, André Hälsig, Peter Mayr Influence of the cooling time on the mechanical properties of welded HSS-joints Jennifer Spiegler, Ulrike Kuhlmann Innovative high strength steel construction by mixed connections Gang Shi, Xuesen Chen Research advances of HSS structures in Tsinghua University and codifica- tion of design specification Seon-Hu Kim, Cheol-Ho Lee Structural performance of CHS It is a general question whether the established rules for the prediction of ulti- X-Joints fabricated from high- mate resistance under global tension can also be applied to structures with HSS. strength steel For the base material this question refers to several items, e.g. the plastic flow curve, the yield stress-level, the yield ratio, the upper shelf ductility and strain- Sing-Ping Chiew, Yan-Qing Cai ability as well as the lower shelf toughness. It reveals that the prediction of Design of high strength steel ductile fracture of steel components can only be an approximation but neither reinforced concrete columns – allows for a deeper understanding of the real ductile crack development up to A  Eurocode 4 approach ultimate load nor leads to a realistic extrapolation for high strength steels. As a solution FEM analysis with an appropriate damage mechanics approach is pro- (subject to change without notice) posed. (Source: Paper from Simon Schaffrath and Markus Feldmann) Technical articles online available all Ernst & Sohn journals over 31,000 technical articles going back to 1967 easy research PDF download Tip: All Ernst & Sohn Special Issues in english can be found in the digital archive www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/journal-articles 1155186_dp 1155186_dp_210x104mm.indd 1 31.05.17 12:25

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Steel Construction: Design and ResearchWiley

Published: Aug 1, 2018

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