Inelastic lateral buckling of semi-continuous steel frame structures

Marian Giżejowski , John P. Papangelis

Abstract

A simplified advanced 3D analysis of semi-continuous frame structures was presented. The issues related to the contribution of load effects to the incremental stiffness of structural frame systems were discussed. It was shown that only the follower type load components contributed to the incremental stiffness, which affect the magnitude of the critical load. The suitability of the application in future design strategies being adopted in structural steel design standards is also discussed.
Author Marian Giżejowski (FCE / ICE)
Marian Giżejowski,,
- The Institute of Civil Engineering
, John P. Papangelis - [The University of Sydney]
John P. Papangelis,,
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Pages69-83+689+692
Publication size in sheets0.7
Book Annual Technical Session, and Meeting, Structural Stability Research Council; Toronto, Canada 9.06.1997 - 11.06.1997 [Proceedings], 1997
Keywords in EnglishBuckling ; Beam
Languageen angielski
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