and March Eurocode 3: Design of steel structures - Part General rules and rules for buildings. Eurocode 3: Calcul des structures en aeier - Partie Euroeode 3: Caleul des structures en aeier - Partie Calcul des assemblages. Eurocode 3: Bemessung und Konstruktion von Stahlbauten. - Teil Eurocode 3: Calcul des structures en acier - Partie Fatigue. This European Standard was approved by CEN on 23 April Eurocode 3: und Konstruktion .
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The main observation deck is located 49,3m above the ground level. The scope of the study includes: Technical description contains information about object location, climatic conditions, ground type, applied materials, corrosion protection, installation and operation of the facility. The second part includes gathering loads of building, structure analysis, designing rods and connections. The main structure consists of two spatial truss systems, which chords and lattices are made of hot-rolled circular hollow sections connected by gusset plates overlap on the two bolts.
The coexistence of several components within the same joint element can obviously lead to stress interactions that are likely to decrease the resistance of the individual basic components; such interactions are taken into account within the method. Demonceau et al. Figure 1: Steel joint with an extended end-plate connection subjected to hogging moments — Identification of the activate components — Spring model.
The assembly procedure consists in deriving the mechanical properties of the whole joint from those of all the individual constituent components. This requires a preliminary distribution of the forces acting on the joint into internal forces acting on the components in a way that satisfies equilibrium.
In Eurocode 3 , an analytical assembly procedure is described for the evaluation of the initial stiffness Sj,ini and the design moment resistance Mj,Rd of steel joints.
The application of the component method requires a sufficient knowledge of the behaviour of the basic components; as previously mentioned, most of the proposed design rules in the Eurocodes only cover joints with two bolts per row.
The components which are the most affected by the presence of four bolts instead of two are the components in bending, i. In the following paragraph, the characterization of these components with four bolts per row is investigated in details. This approach consists in substituting to the tensile part of the connection by T-stub sections of appropriate effective length leff, connected by their flange onto a presumably infinitely rigid foundation and subjected to a uniformly distributed force acting in the web plate Figure 2.
Through this approach, three different failure modes may be identified Figure 2 : x Onset of a yield lines mechanism in the plate before the strength of the bolts is exhausted Mode 1 ; x Bolt fracture without prying forces, as a result of a very large stiffness of the plate Mode 3 and; x Mixed failure involving yield lines — but not a full plastic mechanism — in the plate and exhaustion of the bolt strength Mode 2.
Within the Eurocodes, formulas to predict the design resistance of a T-stub flange with two bolts per row are given for each failure mode; the latter have been extended to T-stub configurations with four bolts per row see Figure 3 in  and are reported in Table 1. This conclusion applies as long as the formulas are derived from a rigid-plastic theory; the latter may be fully justified for T-stubs with 2 bolts per row while it could possibly lead to unconservative results for T-stub with 4 bolts.
For this reason, in , FRd,3 is limited to 0,9. Deeper investigations of this aspect are presently performed amongst the authors. Table 1: Formulas to predict the design resistance of T-stubs for each possible failure mode.
For the T-stub approach, the definition of accurate effective lengths is required; the values of the latter are mainly linked to the plastic mechanisms made of plastic yield lines which could developed within the considered component.
Tables with analytical formulas to compute the latter are proposed in Eurocode 3 for an end-plate or a column flange with two bolts per row . For the joint configuration with four bolts per row, the definition of such effective lengths was not available; it is the subject of the following paragraph.
In Table 2, a summary of the analytical formulas to predict these effective lengths is given for outer bolt rows and inner bolt rows see Figure 4 , both for circular and non- circular yield patterns as defined in Eurocode 3 ; these formulas are based on the ones defined in  J.
The parameters which are used in the formulas presented here below are defined in Figure 4; the computation of mx, m1, m2 and D has to be performed in agreement with the Eurocode recommendation . Outer bolt row Inner bolt row Figure 4: Definition of the parameters used in the computation of the effective lengths. Table 2: Analytical formulas to predict the effective lengths for outer and inner bolt rows.
Outer bolt row — circular pattern Inner bolt row — circular pattern Outer bolt row — non-circular pattern Inner bolt row — non-circular pattern Figure 5. Examples of possible plastic yield patterns for outer and inner bolt rows with four bolts per row. It is important to notice that a fundamental difference exists in the definition of the equivalent T-stub for the outer and inner bolt rows: x for an outer bolt row, the T-stub to be considered is a T-stub with two bolts the T-stub web is the beam flange ; the presence of four bolts within this row only influence the values of the effective lengths.
With the so-defined effective lengths and the resistance formulas presented in the previous paragraph, it is possible to apply the component method to connections with four bolts per row. This analytical model is validated in the following paragraph.
This validation is briefly described here after. The tested specimens are illustrated in Figure 6.
The parameters which were varied are each configuration was tested twice : x the number of bolt rows: o flush end-plate connection Type A , i. Table 3 summarizes the tested joint configurations with their associated name. The testing setup is presented in Figure 6.
All the measurements performed during the experimental tests were made available by the University of Dortmund. These results were analysed in details and moment-rotation M — I curves of the joints were derived for each test. Aktualne normy i, przepisy oraz literatura techniczna. W ostatnich. A Obliczenia podstawowe elementw konstrukcji zgodnie z obowizujc norm. Konstrukcja rurocigu R5 wsparta jest na 5 stalowych supach.
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