Concrete-Filled Tubular Members and Connections
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 304 pages|
|Other Information: ||20 black & white halftones, 50 black & white line drawings|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 27 July 2010|
Using steel and concrete together utilizes the beneficial material properties of both elements. Concrete filled steel tubes represent a good example of a concrete -- steel composite structure, and are particularly useful as columns in high rise buildings and bridge piers. They can be used in a range of fields, from civil and industrial construction through to the mining industry. Several aspects of concrete filled tubes have received little coverage in existing design standards, design guides or relevant books, but are addressed here: construction methods or quality and their effect on performance, confinement, creep effects, pre-load effects, size effects, seismic behaviour and post-fire behaviour, worked examples under practical conditions, numerical simulations, mechanics models, concrete-filled double skin tubes, SCC(self-consolidating concrete)-filled tubes, HPHSC (high performance high strength concrete)-filled tubes, high strength steel and thin-walled tubes filled with concrete, and fiber reinforced polymer strengthening of concrete filled tubes. This book not only summarizes the research performed to date on concrete-filled tubular members and connections but also compares the design rules in various standards (Eurocode 4, AISI-LRFD, ACI, AIJ and Chinese Standard), and provides design examples. An invaluable guide for professionals and a detailed source of information for graduate students and beyond.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Concrete-Filled Tubular Sections 3. Members Subjected to Static Loading at Ambient Temperatures 4. Members Subjected to Fire 5. Members Subjected to Seismic Loading 6. Connections to Concrete-Filled Tubular Columns 7. Recent Developments. Appendix A: Summary of Design Rules. Appendix B: Practical Design Examples
About the Author
Xiao-Ling Zhao is Head of Civil Engineering at Monash University, Australia and Chairman of IIW (International Institute of Welding) Subcommission XV-E on "Tubular Structures". Lin-Hai Han is Professor of Structural Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. He is Vice-President of the China Society of Fire Protection on Steel Construction and Vice-President of the China Society on Steel--Concrete Composite Construction. Hui Lu is a bridge engineer at Pitt & Sherry Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia and holds a PhD in civil engineering.
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