Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders

N. E. Shanmugam, M. A. Basher, A. R. Khalim

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    Abstract

    The paper deals with steel-concrete composite I- girders curved in plan. Finite element modeling of the composite action in the girders is presented in the paper. Details of the finite element modeling and the non-linear analysis are given along with the information obtained on the behavior of the girders. The accuracy of the modeling is assessed first by comparing the finite element results in respect of curved steel plate girders and straight composite plate girders tested by other researchers. The modeling is then used for the analysis of horizontally curved composite I-girders. Effects of parameters such as curvature, steel flange width and web panel width that affect the behavior of composite girders are considered in the analyses.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationStructural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference
    Pages363-384
    Number of pages22
    Publication statusPublished - 2008
    Event2008 Annual Stability Conference - Nashville, TN
    Duration: 2 Apr 20085 Apr 2008

    Other

    Other2008 Annual Stability Conference
    CityNashville, TN
    Period2/4/085/4/08

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    Beams and girders
    Shear strength
    Composite materials
    Steel
    Nonlinear analysis
    Flanges
    Concretes

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Civil and Structural Engineering
    • Mechanics of Materials
    • Building and Construction

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    Shanmugam, N. E., Basher, M. A., & Khalim, A. R. (2008). Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders. In Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference (pp. 363-384)

    Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders. / Shanmugam, N. E.; Basher, M. A.; Khalim, A. R.

    Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference. 2008. p. 363-384.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Shanmugam, NE, Basher, MA & Khalim, AR 2008, Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders. in Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference. pp. 363-384, 2008 Annual Stability Conference, Nashville, TN, 2/4/08.
    Shanmugam NE, Basher MA, Khalim AR. Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders. In Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference. 2008. p. 363-384
    Shanmugam, N. E. ; Basher, M. A. ; Khalim, A. R. / Shear strength of horizontally curved composite I-girders. Structural Stability Research Council - Proceedings of the 2008 Annual Stability Conference. 2008. pp. 363-384
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