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Validation of Ultimate load capacity using ANSYS on Hybrid Double Skin Composite Columns (HDSCs)

Author(s):

MOHAMMED MUKARRUM ALI , GHOUSIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; Narayana B R (Assistant Professor) , GHOUSIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING; Dr N S Kumar (Professor and Director(R&D)), GHOUSIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Keywords:

Concrete Filled Steel Tube, ANSYS, Finite Element Analysis, Contact Element, Composite Column

Abstract

This study implicates the structural physiognomies of the composite sections. An analytical and theoretical study relating to ultimate load behaviour of the circular double skin composite column fully filled with concrete is presented. The results have been analysed using ANSYS 17.2 software. Analytical results and theoretical results have been related and presented in this paper. Areas of supplementary exploration are presented in this paper. Composite sections are fetching progressively prevalent in construction. Coupling the strength of two diverse materials to form a composite section can be valuable in terms of both structural routine and price tag. A case in point of a far and wide used composite section in construction is composite column, this form of construction has turn out to be very widespread in modern years, where steel beam and concrete column act compositely to battle load. There has also been a current flow in acceptance of composite columns. Experimental compression tests on steel tubular columns filled with plain concrete & fibre reinforced concrete are carried out for two different grade of concrete (M20, M25). Lately, composite columns are finding a lot of tradition for seismic confrontation. In command to avert shear failure of RC column bring about in storey collapse of building, it is obligatory to make ductility of columns superior. Lately, most of building exploits this Concrete Filled Steel tubes (CFST) notion as chief for lateral load battling frames. The concrete cast-off for wrapping the structural steel section not only augments its strength & stiffness, but also shields it from fire reimbursements.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I90054
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 9
Publication Date: 01/12/2016
Page(s): 26-28

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