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Behaviour of concrete filled stainless steel elliptical hollow sections

By D. Lam, L. Gardner and M. Burdett

Abstract

This paper presents the behaviour and design of axially loaded concrete filled stainless steel elliptical\ud hollow sections. The experimental investigation was conducted using normal and high strength concrete of 30 and 100 MPa. The current study is based on stub column tests and is therefore limited to cross-section capacity. Based on the existing design guidance in Eurocode 4 for composite\ud columns, the proposed design equations use the continuous strength method to determine the strength of the stainless steel material. It is found to provide the most accurate and consistent prediction of the axial capacity of the composite concrete filled stainless steel elliptical hollow sections due largely to the more precise assessment of the contribution of the stainless steel tube to the composite resistance

Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:8473

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