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2. Material properties and reliability analysis of high strength steels
3. Hysteretic behavior of high strength steels under cyclic loading
4. Uniform material model for constructional steel
5. Properties of high strength steels at elevated temperature
6. Behavior and design of high strength steel members under compression
7. Behavior and design of high strength steel members under bending moment
8. Behavior and design of high strength steel members under combined bending and axial force
9. Behavior and design of high strength steel members under shear force
10. Hysteretic behavior of high strength steel columns
11. Behavior of high strength steel columns at elevated temperatures
12. Bolted connections
13. Welded connections
14. Application of high strength steels in seismic zones and case studies
Behavior and Design of High-Strength Constructional Steel presents readers with extensive information on the behavior of high-strength constructional steels, providing them with the confidence they need to use them in a safe and economic manner to design and construct steel structures. The book includes detailed discussions on the mechanical properties of HHS while explaining the latest progress in research and design guidelines, including material properties at ambient and elevated temperatures. In addition, the book explains the behavior of elementary members subject to different types of loads and load combinations, and those that are integral to the design of bolted and welded connections.
The hysteretic behavior of HHS materials and members are also discussed. This is critical for application and designs under earthquakes and fire conditions. The buckling behaviors of HSS box-section and H-section columns are included in terms of experimental and numerical investigations, along with the geometric imperfection induced by welding.
- Provides a comprehensive review on the topic of high-strength constructional steel and the latest progress in research and design guidelines
- Explains the behavior of elementary members subjected to different types of loads and load combinations
- Recommends structural systems for using high-strength constructional steels in seismic zones
Civil Engineers, Environmental Engineers, and Construction Engineers, Architects, and Mechanical Engineers
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- © Woodhead Publishing 2020
- 19th October 2020
- Woodhead Publishing
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Guo-Qiang Li is a Professor of Structural Engineering at the College of Civil Engineering in Tongji University, the director of the Research Centre of Education Ministry of China for Steel Construction and the director of the National Research Centre of China for Pre-fabrication Construction.
Guo-Qiang Li, Professor of Structural Engineering, College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University
Yan-Bo Wang is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Structural Engineering in Tongji University.
Assistant Professor, Department of Structural Engineering, Tongji University
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