Loading...
Loading...

Go to the content (press return)

The Continuous Strength Method for stainless steel columns

Author
Arrayago, I.; Real, E.; Mirambell, E.; Gardner, L.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
Fifth International Experts Seminar: Stainless steel in Structures
Date of publication
2017
Presentation's date
2017-09-18
Book of congress proceedings
Experts Seminar 17
First page
1
Last page
16
Publisher
Steel Construction Institute
Project funding
Structural behaviour of stainless steel frames. Safety towards seismic and fire loads
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/109525 Open in new window
http://www.steel-stainless.org/media/1307/13-12-arrayago-real-mirambell-gardner-the-continuous-strength-method-for-stainless-steel-columns.pdf Open in new window
URL
http://www.steel-stainless.org/media/1270/13-12-arrayago-real-mirambell-gardner-the-continuous-strength-method-for-stainless-steel-columns.pdf Open in new window
Abstract
The Continuous Strength Method provides excellent resistance predictions of stocky cross-sections under different loading conditions as it accounts for enhanced material properties, although the method is currently limited to crosssectional resistance. The axial stress in short columns potentially exceeds the yield strength as members are stable enough to allow partial yielding of non-slender cross-sections and the flexural buckling resistance prediction of these short columns is therefore usual...
Citation
Arrayago, I., Real, E., Mirambell, E., Gardner, L. The Continuous Strength Method for stainless steel columns. A: International Experts Seminar on Stainless Steel in Structures. "Experts Seminar 17". London: Steel Construction Institute, 2017, p. 1-16.
Keywords
Continuous Strength Method, RHS and SHS, buckling curve, column, flexural buckling, stainless steel
Group of research
ATEM - Structural and Materials Technology

Participants