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Atashipour, S., Girhammar, U. och Challamel, N. (2018) *A weak shear web model for deflection analysis of deep composite box-type beams*.

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@article{

Atashipour2018,

author={Atashipour, S. Rasoul and Girhammar, U.A. and Challamel, N.},

title={A weak shear web model for deflection analysis of deep composite box-type beams},

journal={Engineering structures},

issn={0141-0296},

volume={155},

pages={36-49},

abstract={Deep box-type beams, consisting of framing members and sheathings, are sensitive to shear deformations and
hence appropriate refined theories or complicated magnification factors are needed to be used to obtain accurate results. For sheathings or webs between the framing members that are weak in shear, additional shear deformations occur corresponding to the relative axial displacement between the framing members. These sandwich-
type or partial interaction-type of in-plane shear behaviour between the framing members, needs to be
taken into account, especially when the web shear stiffness is very low. The composite box-type beam treated
here is composed of three framing members with sheathings on both sides. To incorporate effects of the sheathings shear deformations between the framing members on the deflection, the sheathings, here called web interlayers, are modelled as shear media with equivalent slip moduli corresponding to a partially interacting composite beam model. Governing equilibrium equations of the model are obtained using the minimum total potential energy principle and solved explicitly. The obtained results are compared with those based on different conventional beam theories and 3-D finite element (FE) simulations. It is shown that the model is capable of predicting accurately the deflection for a wide range of geometry and property parameters. It is demonstrated that the deflection of such deep box-type beams can be expressed as the summation of three different effects, namely bending deformations, conventional shear deformations in the framing members and sheathings, and additional in-plane shear deformations or shear slips of the weak web causing relative axial displacements between the framing members.},

year={2018},

keywords={Box-type beams, Weak shear web, Shear deformations, Sandwich-type of behaviour, Partial-type of composite interaction},

}

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RT Journal Article

SR Print

ID 253274

A1 Atashipour, S. Rasoul

A1 Girhammar, U.A.

A1 Challamel, N.

T1 A weak shear web model for deflection analysis of deep composite box-type beams

YR 2018

JF Engineering structures

SN 0141-0296

VO 155

SP 36

OP 49

AB Deep box-type beams, consisting of framing members and sheathings, are sensitive to shear deformations and
hence appropriate refined theories or complicated magnification factors are needed to be used to obtain accurate results. For sheathings or webs between the framing members that are weak in shear, additional shear deformations occur corresponding to the relative axial displacement between the framing members. These sandwich-
type or partial interaction-type of in-plane shear behaviour between the framing members, needs to be
taken into account, especially when the web shear stiffness is very low. The composite box-type beam treated
here is composed of three framing members with sheathings on both sides. To incorporate effects of the sheathings shear deformations between the framing members on the deflection, the sheathings, here called web interlayers, are modelled as shear media with equivalent slip moduli corresponding to a partially interacting composite beam model. Governing equilibrium equations of the model are obtained using the minimum total potential energy principle and solved explicitly. The obtained results are compared with those based on different conventional beam theories and 3-D finite element (FE) simulations. It is shown that the model is capable of predicting accurately the deflection for a wide range of geometry and property parameters. It is demonstrated that the deflection of such deep box-type beams can be expressed as the summation of three different effects, namely bending deformations, conventional shear deformations in the framing members and sheathings, and additional in-plane shear deformations or shear slips of the weak web causing relative axial displacements between the framing members.

LA eng

OL 30