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Stroetmann, Richard Stahlbau nach EC 3. Bemessung und Konstruktion. Träger - Stützen - Verbindungen. Von E. Kahlmeyer, K. Hebestreit, W. Vogt Stahlbau 1/2013 65-66 Rezensionen

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Kurrer, Karl-Eugen Historische Bautabellen. Normen und Konstruktionshinweise 1870-1960. Von H. Bargmann Stahlbau 1/2013 66 Rezensionen

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Richter, Carl 18. DASt-Kolloquium Stahlbau Stahlbau 1/2013 66-67 Tagungsberichte

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Jahrestagung STAHL 2012 Stahlbau 1/2013 67 Tagungsberichte

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Termine: Stahlbau 1/2013 Stahlbau 1/2013 68 Termine

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Content: Steel Construction 1/2013 Steel Construction 1/2013 Content

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Dubina, Dan; Grecea, Daniel 7th International Workshop on Connections in Steel Structures 2012 - Connections VII Steel Construction 1/2013 1 Editorial

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Carter, Charles J.; Duncan, Cynthia J. Recent changes in U.S. connection design practice Steel Construction 1/2013 2-4 Articles

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The 2010 AISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings (AISC 360-10) forms the basis for the 14th edition of the AISC Steel Construction Manual. Both publications reflect changes in connection design requirements and practices. This paper summarizes the most relevant changes in connection design requirements and practices made in these latest versions of these documents.

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McFadden, Matthew R.; Packer, Jeffrey A. Weld design and fabrication for RHS connections Steel Construction 1/2013 5-10 Articles

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The 2010 AISC Specification for Structural Steel Buildings has expanded its scope in chapter K “Design of HSS and Box Member Connections” to include a section K4 “Welds of Plates and Branches to Rectangular HSS”. This paper discusses the historical development of the effective weld properties and analyses the structural reliability of the provisions. Additionally, there is a discussion on recent changes in U.S. and Canadian specifications/ codes with regard to the limit states for fillet weld design and the acceptance/rejection of the (1.00 + 0.50 sin1.5) term. Finally, there is a discussion of the details of an experimental research programme being performed at the University of Toronto in collaboration with AISC to determine the weld effective length in RHS T-connections under branch in-plane bending moments. In conclusion, it is found that the inclusion of the (1.00 + 0.50 sin1.5) term for RHS gapped K-connections as well as T- and X-connections, based on the limit state of shear failure along the effective throat of the weld, may be unsafe for fillet weld design when used in conjunction with the current effective weld length rules.

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Latour, Massimo; Piluso, Vincenzo; Rizzano, Gianvittorio Experimental behaviour of friction T-stub beam-to-column joints under cyclic loads Steel Construction 1/2013 11-18 Articles

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Eurocode 8 has introduced the possibility of adopting partial-strength joints for seismic-resistant MR frames, provided it is demonstrated that connections perform adequately under cyclic loads. A programme of experiments devoted to investigating the cyclic behaviour of traditional joint details has recently been carried out by the authors. Within this programme, the analysis of the results obtained has revealed that even though connections designed to dissipate the seismic energy in bolted components can provide significant advantages because they are easy to repair after a destructive seismic event, they possess reduced dissipation capacity when compared with RBS connections and traditional full-strength joints. An advanced approach aimed at enhancing the hysteretic behaviour of double split tee (DST) joints and the ambitious goal of preventing joint damage is presented here. The system proposed is based on the idea of using friction dampers within the components of beam-to-column joints. A preliminary set of prototypes has been tested experimentally and the performances of joints under cyclic loading conditions have been compared with those of traditional joint details. The experimental work was carried out at the Materials

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Cywinski, Z. Professor Jerzy Ziólko - Doctor Honoris Causa Steel Construction 1/2013 18 People

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Henriques, José; da Silva, Luís Simões; Valente, Isabel Design model for composite beam-to-reinforced concrete wall joints Steel Construction 1/2013 19-26 Articles

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A design model for composite beam-to-reinforced concrete wall joints is presented and discussed in this paper. The model proposed is the component method extended to this type of joint. The characterization of the active components is therefore performed in terms of force-deformation curves. In this type of joint, special attention is paid to the steel-concrete connection where “new” components, not covered in EN 1993-1-8, are activated. The application of the model allows the designer to obtain the joint properties in terms of the moment-rotation curve. The accuracy of the proposed model is verified by comparing it with available experimental and numerical results. The latter were developed in the FE program ABAQUS and previously validated by experimental results.

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Dinu, Florea; Dubina, Dan; Neagu, Calin; Vulcu, Cristian; Both, Ioan; Herban, Sorin; Marcu, Dragos Experimental and numerical evaluation of an RBS coupling beam for moment-resisting steel frames in seismic areas Steel Construction 1/2013 27-33 Articles

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Puthli, R.; Lipp, Andreas; Ummenhofer, Thomas; Wardenier, J. Thin-walled structural hollow section joints Steel Construction 1/2013 34-38 Articles

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Several national design standards allow the use of hollow sections with minimum nominal wall thicknesses down to 1.5 mm. However, the international standards that will be used in the future, based on the work of the International Institute of Welding (IIW-XV-E), still prescribe a minimum thickness of 2.5 mm. This paper presents the background to the IIW-XV-E higher thickness limit and presents strong arguments for extending the scope of these international standards to include structural hollow sections with wall thicknesses down to 1.5 mm.

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Nuts Steel Construction 1/2013 38 Book review

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Misiek, Thomas; Käpplein, Saskia; Ulbrich, Detlef Selecting materials for fastening screws for metal members and sheeting Steel Construction 1/2013 39-46 Reports

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This paper deals with the parameters for choosing the materials for fastening screws used in connections involving thin-walled sections and thin sheeting. Different types of corrosion processes and repeated bending due to thermal elongation are identified as the most important parameters; these are explained in detail here. Based on that, some general recommendations for choice of material are given.

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Scharff, Rüdiger; Siems, Michael Monopile foundations for offshore wind turbines - solutions for greater water depths Steel Construction 1/2013 47-53 Reports

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A study into the feasibility of monopile foundations at sites in the North Sea with water depths as great as 35 m has been carried out in which various options for the geometric configuration and the selection of material were considered. In parameter studies, simplified design methods were applied to assess the effects of the individual load components at the draft design stage. The fatigue limit state becomes more and more relevant as the water depth increases; therefore, dynamic effects must be examined with special care. Turbine concepts with low RNA mass and low rated speed help to achieve the desired design in the soft-stiff regime. As a result, it can be said that monopile foundations with their great manufacturing advantages can be constructed for water depths beyond the current limits of practical experience if the logistical challenges in handling large masses are solved.

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Ziólko, Jerzy; Lesniak, Alojzy Assembly of the steel roof structure for the football stadium in Gdansk Steel Construction 1/2013 54-60 Reports

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The technology of assembling the roof over the stadium built in Gdan´sk for the EURO 2012 European Football Championship is discussed here. The stadium has a characteristic silhouette - its shape and the colours of the façade resemble a cut block of amber. The steel roof structure has a quasi-elliptical form, with a maximum diameter of 220 m and minimum diameter of 187 m. It is 38 m high and the roof girders extend 48 m over the grandstand below. The roof structure weights 7150 t and was assembled in 226 days.

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Flat Carbon Europe cuts its energy bills with turbine technology Steel Construction 1/2013 60 News

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Kowalski, Dariusz The aluminium and polycarbonate covering to the roof over the stadium in Gdansk Steel Construction 1/2013 61-66 Report

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This paper presents information about structural elements of the roof covering to the stadium in Gdan´sk built for the 2012 European Football Championship in Poland and the Ukraine. The paper discusses elements of the polycarbonate covering, the supporting structure and the drainage system. It also provides information about tests and research performed prior to construction, which determined the solutions adopted as well as the roof’s present and future condition.

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Announcement: Steel Construction 1/2013 Steel Construction 1/2013 66 Announcement

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ECCS News: Steel Construction 1/2013 Steel Construction 1/2013 67-72 ECCS News

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Contents: Structural Concrete 1/2013 Structural Concrete 1/2013 Contents

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Annual table of contents 2012 Structural Concrete 1/2013 Annual table of contents

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Walraven, Joost; Balázs, György L. fib Model Code for Concrete Structures 2010: a landmark in an ongoing development Structural Concrete 1/2013 1-2 Editorial

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