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Experimental moment resistance of rectangular hollow section T joints. / Garifullin, Marsel.

julkaisussa: MATEC Web of Conferences, Vuosikerta 245, 08003, 05.12.2018.

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Garifullin, Marsel. / Experimental moment resistance of rectangular hollow section T joints. Julkaisussa: MATEC Web of Conferences. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 245.

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title = "Experimental moment resistance of rectangular hollow section T joints",
abstract = "Resistance is the main property of tubular joints. The determination of the joint resistance from the experimental load-deformation curve always represents a challenging task. Currently there are two main methods to find the experimental resistance, which are called plastic and ultimate resistance. However, there is no single opinion on which one should be commonly used. Based on the experimental results, this paper directly compares the two existed approaches. The study is restricted to welded square hollow section T joints under in-plane bending moment. The paper considers only the joints with β < 0.85, i.e. when the behaviour of the joint is governed by chord face failure. The results show that plastic resistance leads to more conservative results than ultimate resistance, providing thus safer results. However, attention should be also paid to the difference between the labour intensity of the presented methods.",
author = "Marsel Garifullin",
year = "2018",
month = "12",
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doi = "10.1051/matecconf/201824508003",
language = "English",
volume = "245",
journal = "MATEC Web of Conferences",
issn = "2274-7214",
publisher = "EDP Sciences",

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N2 - Resistance is the main property of tubular joints. The determination of the joint resistance from the experimental load-deformation curve always represents a challenging task. Currently there are two main methods to find the experimental resistance, which are called plastic and ultimate resistance. However, there is no single opinion on which one should be commonly used. Based on the experimental results, this paper directly compares the two existed approaches. The study is restricted to welded square hollow section T joints under in-plane bending moment. The paper considers only the joints with β < 0.85, i.e. when the behaviour of the joint is governed by chord face failure. The results show that plastic resistance leads to more conservative results than ultimate resistance, providing thus safer results. However, attention should be also paid to the difference between the labour intensity of the presented methods.

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DO - 10.1051/matecconf/201824508003

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