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Type: Artigo
Title: Numerical analysis of steel and steel-concrete composite beam-to-column connections with extended end plate
Author: Freitas, Vanessa S. de
Almeida, Luiz Carlos de
Trautwein, Leandro M.
Abstract: This paper presents a comparative analysis between steel and steel-concrete composite connections with extended end plate. Numerical models were developed using ATENA 3D and calibrated from the results obtained by Figueiredo (2004) – University of São Paulo (USP – São Carlos) - Brazil. A parametric analysis, achieved by varying the diameter for the bolts and the stud bolts, showed that considering the concrete component in the connection increased the joint’s stiffness by 41%. In addition, it showed that among all the parameters analyzed the bolt diameter was the most relevant one, capable of altering the characterization of the connection’s ultimate limit state
Subject: Análise numérica
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Wilhelm Ernst und Sohn
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1002/cepa.1211
Date Issue: 2019
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