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The Continuous Strength Method for the design of stainless steel members under combined loading

Author
Arrayago, I.; Real, E.; Gardner, L.; Mirambell, E.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
9th European Conference on Steel and Composite Structures
Date of publication
2021
Presentation's date
2021-09-01
Book of congress proceedings
ce/papers: Special Issue: Proceedings of Eurosteel 2021 Sheffield — Steel's coming home. Volume 4, issue 2-4, September 2021
First page
1558
Last page
1564
DOI
10.1002/cepa.1456
Project funding
New Generation Design Methods for Stainless Steel Structures
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/351932 Open in new window
URL
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/cepa.1456 Open in new window
Abstract
The Continuous Strength Method (CSM) provides accurate cross-section resistance predictions since allowance is made for the partial spread of plasticity and the beneficial effects of strain hardening. Although CSM design provisions for different loading conditions are available, the method was limited to the determination of cross-sectional resistance until recent research by Arrayago et al. (2020) proposed a consistent new approach to the design of stainless steel hollow section members subject...
Citation
Arrayago, I. [et al.]. The Continuous Strength Method for the design of stainless steel members under combined loading. A: European Conference on Steel and Composite Structures. "ce/papers: Special Issue: Proceedings of Eurosteel 2021 Sheffield — Steel's coming home. Volume 4, issue 2-4, September 2021". 2021, p. 1558-1564. ISBN 2509-7075. DOI 10.1002/cepa.1456.
Keywords
Beam-columns, Combined loading, Continuous Strength Method, Stainless steel, Strain hardening
Group of research
ATEM - Structural and Materials Technology

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