Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel

A. Monayem Akhand, Wan Hamidon Wan Badaruzzaman, Kosai A. Sanjery

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Abstract

Profiled decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel is a relatively new introduction to composite floor construction. This type of decking shows high sensitivity to distortional as well as local buckling. Prediction of ultimate strength of such decking in continuous configuration is not adequately covered in any of the analytical methods of modern day codes. Instead, due to inadequate guidance, various design codes currently apply additional restrictions on their design and use. The support moment-rotation and ultimate moment of resistance of such decking are the two most important parameters in designing such decking as continuous structure for the construction stage of a composite floor. The current practices require laboratory testing to determine these parameters, which is costly. Finite element analyses are rarely used to derive these parameters. The present paper deals on prediction of ultimate strength of such a decking in continuous configuration using parameters derived from nonlinear finite element analyses. It is demonstrated that a nonlinear finite element model can give a superior estimates of the parameters needed for ultimate strength design of such a decking.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSeventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction
EditorsR.A. LaBoube, W.W. Yu
Pages85-97
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 2005
Event17th International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction - Orlando, FL
Duration: 4 Nov 20045 Nov 2004

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Other17th International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction
CityOrlando, FL
Period4/11/045/11/04

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High strength steel
Ductility
Composite materials
Buckling
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Akhand, A. M., Wan Badaruzzaman, W. H., & Sanjery, K. A. (2005). Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel. In R. A. LaBoube, & W. W. Yu (Eds.), Seventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction (pp. 85-97)

Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel. / Akhand, A. Monayem; Wan Badaruzzaman, Wan Hamidon; Sanjery, Kosai A.

Seventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction. ed. / R.A. LaBoube; W.W. Yu. 2005. p. 85-97.

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

Akhand, AM, Wan Badaruzzaman, WH & Sanjery, KA 2005, Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel. in RA LaBoube & WW Yu (eds), Seventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction. pp. 85-97, 17th International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction, Orlando, FL, 4/11/04.
Akhand AM, Wan Badaruzzaman WH, Sanjery KA. Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel. In LaBoube RA, Yu WW, editors, Seventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction. 2005. p. 85-97
Akhand, A. Monayem ; Wan Badaruzzaman, Wan Hamidon ; Sanjery, Kosai A. / Ultimate strength of a continuous decking of cold-drawn low-ductility high strength steel. Seventeenth International Specialty Conference on Cold-Formed Steel Structures: Recent Research and Developments in Cold-Formed Steel Design and Construction. editor / R.A. LaBoube ; W.W. Yu. 2005. pp. 85-97
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