Experimental And Numerical Comparison Of Shear And Buckling Of Metallic Beams With Circular Cuts In Their Webs


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Authors

  • Mohamed Lyes Kamel Khouadjia Department of Civil Engineering , laboratory of Materials and durability of constructions(LMDC), University of Mentouri Constantine 1, Algeria.
  • Sara Bensalem Department of Civil Engineering , laboratory of Materials and durability of constructions(LMDC), University of Mentouri Constantine 1, Algeria.
  • Ahmed Abderraouf Belkadi Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanical, EL Bachir EL Ibrahimi, University of Bordj Bou Arreridj, Algeria
  • Oussama Kessal Department of Civil Engineering and Mechanical, EL Bachir EL Ibrahimi, University of Bordj Bou Arreridj, Algeria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59287/icpis.827

Keywords:

Cellular Beam, Circular Cut, Length, Openings, Load Location, Robot Structures, Euro-Code 3

Abstract

Cellular beams are becoming increasingly popular in metal construction due to their ability to meet technical and economic constraints and reduce floor thickness. However, it's essential to comply with regulations to ensure stability and preserve structures. In this work, we focus on the experimental and theoretical results of shear and buckling of IPE A 100 cellular beams with circular cuts in their webs subjected to a concentrated load. Results show that vertical displacement induced by transverse compression is affected by length, cuts in the web, load location, and beam stiffening. Comparison of experimental and theoretical results highlights the importance of conducting experimental tests to validate theoretical outcomes and ensure prediction accuracy

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Published

2023-06-13

How to Cite

Khouadjia, M. L. K., Bensalem, S., Belkadi, A. A., & Kessal, O. (2023). Experimental And Numerical Comparison Of Shear And Buckling Of Metallic Beams With Circular Cuts In Their Webs. International Conference on Pioneer and Innovative Studies, 1, 194–196. https://doi.org/10.59287/icpis.827

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