Structural evaluation of PSSDB wall panel with square opening and varied screw spacing

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Profiled steel sheet dry boards or PSSDB system is an alternative composite construction system comprising of profiled steel sheet compositely connected to dry boards by self-tapping self-driving screws. PSSDB system was used widely as flooring system in the lightweight construction of buildings and office space in factories. Due to its superiority in the installation techniques, PSSDB system was expanded in the application as load bearing wall panel system in buildings. The PSSDB system is as an alternative construction technique on load bearing wall panel that offers cost savings synonymously with the rapid progress of science and technology which leads to the shift from traditional utilization of construction materials to newer construction techniques. A finite element analysis was carried out to determine the effect of screw spacing on the PSSDB wall panel. The spacing selected was between 100 mm to 500 mm, at an increment of 100 mm in each different model. The wall panel measured 3000 mm by 3000 mm with a 1200 mm square window opening, 78 mm thick and butt joints vertically positioned in the dry boards. This paper looks into the system as load bearing wall panels, analyzing it under axial compressive load using established Finite Element technique. The deformation profile of the PSSDB wall panel system showed a single curvature deformation profile, maximum lateral displacement at two-thirds wall panel height and critical sections at the upper corners of the square opening. The finite element analysis had provided good prediction of the structural behavior of the PSSDB wall panel system and it is concluded that the PW200 model possesses the optimum arrangement of the fixing screws used.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)32-46
Number of pages15
JournalJournal of Engineering Science and Technology
Volume4
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009

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Keywords

  • Dry boards
  • Load bearing wall
  • Profiled steel sheet
  • Screw spacing
  • Square opening

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  • Engineering(all)

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Structural evaluation of PSSDB wall panel with square opening and varied screw spacing. / Hamzah, Siti Hawa; Wan Badaruzzaman, Wan Hamidon.

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