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|Title:||Analysis and design of steel frames considering panel joint deformations||Authors:||Liew, J.Y.Richard
|Issue Date:||Oct-1995||Citation:||Liew, J.Y.Richard, Chen, W.F. (1995-10). Analysis and design of steel frames considering panel joint deformations. Journal of structural engineering New York, N.Y. 121 (10) : 1531-1540. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9445(1995)121:10(1531)||Abstract:||This paper provide insight to the background of the development and requirements for panel-zone design in the 1986 AISC LRFD specifications. In particular, two criteria for the design of beam-column panel zones are discussed; the first method is based on the von Mises first-yield criterion for the panel-zone web, and the other utilizes the postyield shear resistance of the panel derived from the flexural resistance of boundary elements surrounding the panel-zone joint. The nonlinear behavior of a moment-resisting frame with panel-zone joints designed according to these two requirements is studied. Lui's 1985 rigorous second-order elastic-plastic hinge analysis is used to assess the performance of a frame considering panel-zone deformations. An advanced analysis technique based on a notional-load plastic-hinge approach is introduced. This advanced analysis technique is used to evaluate the proper design criteria for panel-zone joints in moment-resisting frames, and to study the influence of panel-zone deformations on the frame's limit of resistance. From these studies, the effects of the panel-zone deformations on the overall frame resistance can then be summarized and discussed.||Source Title:||Journal of structural engineering New York, N.Y.||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/65131||ISSN:||07339445||DOI:||10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9445(1995)121:10(1531)|
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