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Title: Behavior of corrugated steel I-girder webs subjected to patch loading: Parametric study
Authors: Inaam Q.
Upadhyay A.
Published in: Journal of Constructional Steel Research
Abstract: Corrugated webs are gaining more attention as they perform better than plane webs due to enhanced shear stability, design life, lightweight and being economical. Corrugated web girders are widely used in bridge construction and as a result, are subjected to patch loads especially during the construction stage and are prone to buckling. Patch load capacity of corrugated webs is found to be sensitive to the static systems of the girder. In this paper, an extensive parametric study on different static forms, loading, and geometric parameters is carried out using a validated numerical model to develop a better understanding of the structural behavior of corrugated web girders subjected to patch loading. Furthermore, previous design proposals from the literature have been summarized. Based on numerical studies, an empirical model is prescribed for the determination of the ultimate patch load capacity of girders having cantilever spans. ¬© 2019 Elsevier Ltd
Citation: Journal of Constructional Steel Research(2020), 165(): -
URI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcsr.2019.105896
http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/4214
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Keywords: Corrugated web
FEM analysis
Non-linear behavior
Patch load
Static forms
Ultimate load behavior
ISSN: 0143974X
Author Scopus IDs: 57206273843
13608643500
Author Affiliations: Inaam, Q., Department of Civil Engineering, IIT RoorkeeUttrakhand 247667, India
Upadhyay, A., Department of Civil Engineering, IIT RoorkeeUttrakhand 247667, India
Corresponding Author: Upadhyay, A.; Department of Civil Engineering, IIT RoorkeeIndia; email: akhilfce@iitr.ac.in
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