Experimental Study on Cold-formed Steel Built-up Column Sections
C.Karthik Vishweswaran, Dr.V.G.Srisanthi
ANSYS, Cold-formed steel, compression
In construction of steel structures, based on the manufacturing process there are the two main types of structural members they are hot-rolled members and cold-formed members. Cold - formed steel cross sections have increased load carrying capacity and can be used to construct economical structures. This project describes the Analytical and experimental investigation on strength and behaviour of cold-formed steel built-up column sections under compression. Analytical investigation is carried out by using ANSYS software for finite element analysis. Comparative study is carried out by varying the web length and connection spacing. The local buckling of the specimens are observed in both analytical and experimental investigations. Due to local buckling, most of the specimen’s experimental results are slightly greater than analytical results; whereas some specimen’s experimental results are lesser than analytical results.
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Unique Paper ID: 152058

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 290 - 294
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