E3S Web Conf.
Volume 97, 2019XXII International Scientific Conference “Construction the Formation of Living Environment” (FORM-2019)
|Number of page(s)
|Reliability of Buildings and Constructions
|29 May 2019
Bearing capacity of steel thin-walled profiles in reliability assessment
Industrial University of Tyumen, Department of Building structures, 625000 Volodarsky str., 38, Tyumen, Russia
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The increasing use of light steel thin-walled structures is determined by the efficiency of the production of cold-formed profiles. However, there are problems of calculating the reliability of thin-walled structures. In particular, it is necessary to specify the calculation of the generalized bearing capacity of an element from a thin-walled profile. Such an element is significantly affected by the initial geometric imperfections reducing its bearing capacity. At the same time the element is influenced by an uneven distribution of the mechanical characteristics of the steel over the section of the profile. A thin-walled element of paired sigma profiles with a section height of 300 mm was taken as the object of study. This paper presents the results of the calculation of the effective characteristics of a thin-walled profile operating under axial compression with bending without and with the initial geometric imperfections (additional eccentricity from the element’s initial curvatures). Besides, the paper reveals the results of laboratory studies of the distribution of the mechanical properties of steel over the cross section of a thin-walled profile after using direct and indirect test methods.
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