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Content: Steel Construction 3/2012 Steel Construction 3/2012 Content

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Larsen, Per Kr.; Aasen, Bjørn; Myhre, Kjetil Nordic Steel Construction Conference 2012 Steel Construction 3/2012 137 Editorial

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Laustsen, Bjarke; Nielsen, M. P.; Hansen, Thomas; Gath, Jesper Stability of brackets and stiffeners in steel structures Steel Construction 3/2012 138-144 Articles

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A special class of steel plates, called bracket plates, is commonly used for brackets and stiffeners. Designing these structural elements has proved to be a complex problem involving many parameters and different types of behaviour. The methods used for design are often conservative and simplified because the subject has received little attention. This paper attempts to shed light on the problem and develop a new and improved design method for triangular bracket plates, derived on the basis of a consistent theory. The new design method proposed is based on the theory of plasticity, practically the yield line theory. Using the new method to solve the buckling problem for bracket plates leads to a method that, compared with existing test results, supplies very good results.

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O bolt, Ana; Kuhlmann, Ulrike; Henriques, José; da Silva, Luís Simões Behaviour of steel-to-concrete joints Steel Construction 3/2012 145-150 Articles

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This paper presents innovative solutions for connecting steel and composite beams to structural reinforced concrete walls, as developed within the RFCS research project “InFaSo”. Two types of joints were studied: pinned and moment-resistant. The evaluation of the behaviour of the joints was performed experimentally and complemented by the development of analytical component-based models. The comparison of the results revealed good agreement between models and experiments. The joints analysed were shown to be competitive solutions taking into account their structural performance, simplicity of modelling and execution.

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Renner, Anja; Lange, Jörg Load-bearing behaviour of high-strength bolts in combined tension and shear Steel Construction 3/2012 151-157 Articles

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Bolts were tested under different combinations of tension and shear in order to estimate how bolts generally behave in combined tension and shear, what influence the strength grade has and to be able to assess the validity of the old and new standard rules. To assure results that not only represent the behaviour of round steel, but of a bolt as such, a test setup was developed that ensured a construction situation as realistic as possible. The results of these tests are summarized in this paper.

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Xiang, Haifan Cable-Stayed Bridges. 40 Years of Experience Worldwide. From H. Svensson Steel Construction 3/2012 157 Book review

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Ritakallio, Pekka O. Cold-formed high-strength tubes for structural applications Steel Construction 3/2012 158-167 Articles

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Cold-formed hollow sections are the dominant tubular construction material. The applicability of cold-formed tubes is sometimes questioned because of doubts about low-temperature ductility, deformation capacity of welded joints, suitability for welding in the cold-formed corner, poor fatigue behaviour of the corner or suitability for hot-dip galvanizing. It is also claimed that by choosing hot-finished tubes, such risks can be automatically avoided. This study confirms that appropriate tube manufacturing yields cold-formed EN 10219 tubes in grades S355J2H to S460MH with a performance equal to or better than hot-finished tubes. Properly made cold-formed high-strength tubes are available for fabricating efficient lightweight structures and can be safely used even at low temperatures without the aforementioned doubts.

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Anton Tedesko Medal awarded to Paul Grundy Steel Construction 3/2012 167 People

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Schiborr, Markus; Stranghöner, Natalie Experimental investigations into the application of direct tension indicators with preloaded structural bolting assemblies (HV system) to EN 1090-2 Steel Construction 3/2012 168-174 Articles

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EN 1090-2 provides several tightening methods for the preloading of bolting assemblies. One of the prescribed procedures is the use of direct tension indicators, so-called DTIs, with lubrication according to k-class K0. According to the definition of k-class K0, the lubrication should not have an influence on achieving the required preloading force Fp,C. For this reason, the main focus of the investigations presented here was how the lubrication influences the behaviour of preloaded HV bolting assemblies with and without DTIs. The experimental investigations were carried out on the institute’s own tightening torque testing machine.

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Somaini, Diego; Knobloch, Markus; Fontana, Mario Buckling of steel columns in fire: non-linear behaviour and design proposal Steel Construction 3/2012 175-182 Articles

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In a fire the buckling strength of steel columns is heavily influenced by the distinctly non-linear material behaviour of steel at elevated temperatures. A general analytical model that explicitly includes the non-linear material behaviour is presented here and verified with full-scale tests at elevated temperature. Based on test results and this general model, a new model for flexural buckling is developed which can be used to design slender columns and allows non-linear stress-strain relationships, geometrical imperfections and load eccentricities to be considered. In addition, the model can be easily extended to include local cross-section instabilities describing the interaction between local and global buckling phenomena.

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Kindmann, Rolf; Vette, Jan General information for and improvements to the design with scheduled torsion according to EN 1993-1-1 Steel Construction 3/2012 183-190 Articles

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First of all, this article outlines and discusses the design rules for torsional loading according to EN 1993-1-1. Afterwards, the partial internal force method for I-, U- and Z-sections is presented. The verification for arbitrary internal forces is possible with this alternative method. The methods are compared and verified by existing test results.

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Ruukki delivers the steel structures for the largest shopping centre in Scandinavia Steel Construction 3/2012 190 News

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Maraveas, Chrysanthos; Swailes, Thomas; Wang, Yong A detailed methodology for the finite element analysis of asymmetric slim floor beams in fire Steel Construction 3/2012 191-198 Articles

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The aim of this paper is to present a detailed methodology for the three-dimensional finite element analysis of asymmetric slim floor beams under fire conditions. A fully controlled solution process is suggested through a detailed step-by-step presentation of the simulation parameters incorporated into the model. Work has been carried out so that any asymmetric slim floor beam can be assessed using the same consistent method, which is validated against two reported fire tests. Time-temperature and time-vertical displacement curves are calculated for the appropriate comparisons with experimental results, which show that the proposed methodology can accurately predict the thermal and structural behaviour of such beams.

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Outstanding Structure Award 2012 Steel Construction 3/2012 198 News

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ECCS News: Steel Construction 3/2012 Steel Construction 3/2012 199-202 ECCS News

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Puthli, Ram Frans Bijlaard reaches 65 Steel Construction 3/2012 203 People

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The Developing City Exhibition Steel Construction 3/2012 203 News

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Rinke, Mario Vom Eisenbau zum Stahlbau. Tragwerke und ihre Protagonisten in Berlin 1850-1925. From Ines Prokop Steel Construction 3/2012 204 Book review

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Contents: Structural Concrete 3/2012 Structural Concrete 3/2012 Contents

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Taerwe, Luc; Helland, Steinar Recent developments Structural Concrete 3/2012 141-142 Editorials

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Stucchi, Fernando The challenge of structural design Structural Concrete 3/2012 143-144 Editorials

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Beck, Matthias; Burkert, Andreas; Harnisch, Jörg; Isecke, Bernd; Osterminski, Kai; Raupach, Michael; Schießl, Peter; Tian, Wei; Warkus, Jürgen Deterioration model and input parameters for reinforcement corrosion Structural Concrete 3/2012 145-155 Articles

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The paper presents the damage model of German Research Unit 537 which was used as a working hypothesis for the development of a user-friendly design model. Excerpts from the laboratory experiments and numerical calculations processed in project A of the research unit are presented here. The excerpts include the quantification of self-corrosion, geometrical effects in the macrocell corrosion, development of corroding steel surface and pit depth as well as the quantification of the resistivity of the concrete and the corrosion of steel in cracked concrete.

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Osterminski, Kai; Schießl, Peter Design model for reinforcement corrosion Structural Concrete 3/2012 156-165 Articles

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The performance-based durability design of reinforced concrete structures for corrosion of reinforcement is currently limited to the initiation period. That includes modelling the transport processes of chlorides and carbon dioxide into the concrete structure. Up to now, the subsequent time period after depassivation of the reinforcement, in which corrosion propagates, could not be modelled in a comparable manner. The task of the research project presented here, which was part of German Research Unit 537, was to develop a design model that enables a reinforced concrete structure to be designed against reinforcement corrosion for its entire service life. Therefore, a physically well-defined damage model for corrosion propagation was chosen as a basis. All system parameters in the damage model were investigated on the basis of numerical and laboratory studies carried out in the subprojects of the research unit. Statistical analysis allowed the simplification of the complex damage model into a user-friendly design model. This paper presents the working steps, the basic results of the analysis and the user-friendly full-probabilistic design model for reinforcement corrosion.

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Caratelli, Angelo; Meda, Alberto; Rinaldi, Zila Design according to MC2010 of a fibre-reinforced concrete tunnel in Monte Lirio, Panama Structural Concrete 3/2012 166-173 Articles

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This paper discusses the possibility of using precast tunnel segments in fibre-reinforced concrete without traditional reinforcement. The case study of a hydraulic tunnel in Monte Lirio, Panama, excavated with a tunnel boring machine (TBM) by SELI S.p.A., has been analysed.
The segments were designed according to the draft of Model Code 2010. In order to achieve the required performance and to optimize the structural behaviour, three different types of steel fibre were considered in the research.
The design was backed up by full-scale tests on precast segments. In particular, 18 full-scale tests were performed, including point load tests simulating the thrust of the TBM and bending tests. The results show the good behaviour of the elements and indicate the fibre-reinforced concrete suitable for the precast elements.

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Raphael, Wassim; Faddoul, Rafic; Geara, Fadi; Chateauneuf, Alaa Improvements to the Eurocode 2 shrinkage model for concrete using a large experimental database Structural Concrete 3/2012 174-181 Articles

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Shrinkage plays an important, sometimes crucial, role in the design of many types of concrete structures as well as in their behaviour after construction. However, the uncontrolled strains are often larger than the expected values. As a matter of fact, there is as yet no perfectly satisfactory physical explanation for shrinkage. In this work, a large database has been set up for shrinkage testing performed by several research centres in Europe. On the basis of the statistical analysis of this database and by observing real structural behaviour, it becomes possible to investigate the current codes of practice regarding the computation of time-dependent shrinkage strains. As comparison with experimental tests has shown that predictions are often inaccurate, a correction factor is proposed in this work to improve the European Code, Eurocode 2, and lead to more satisfactory results.

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