Effect of Partial Restraint on Moment Resisting Steel frame
Nilesh M. Kale, G. R. Patil
Steel Frame, Moment Connection, Partial Restraint, End Plate Connection
In steel buildings, to achieve the economy and construction ease moment resisting frames are used. However these moment connections are complicated from analysis and design point of view. The moment connections are designed for plastic moment i.e. rigid connections. To resist the plastic moment, thicker plate is required. For large scale project there is need to reduce the thickness in order to achieve economy. The fully restraint steel frame is steel frame with 100% restraint of beam to column connection. The partially restraint in frames are introduced in the form of percentage of full restraint. The partial restraints provided are 90%, 80, 70%, 60%, and 50%. The steel frames are analyzed at STAAD Pro software. The analysis results are checked and compared with fully restrained steel frame. The beam to column connection will be design for different partially restraint frame. The end pate connection without stiffeners will be used for connection. The end plate will be designed for resulting moment from steel frame analysis.
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Unique Paper ID: 145238

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 8

Page(s): 96 - 100
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