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Nonlinear simulation for hysteretic behavior of C steel members with intermediate stiffeners under constant compression and cyclic bending

DONG Jun1,LU Xi2 (1.Research Institute of Steel Structures,Nanjing University of Technology,Nanjing 210009,China;2.China Triumph International Engineering Co.,Ltd.Nanjing 210042,China)  
The hysteretic behavior of common C steel members with large width-to-thickness ratio is bad.In order to overcome the weakness,the hysteretic behavior of C steel members with and without intermediate stiffener were compared at first.The results show that the intermediate stiffener is effective to modify the hysteretic behavior of thin-wall C steel members.Then the hysteretic behavior,deformed shapes and the final failure modes of C steel members with intermediate stiffeners under constant compression and cyclic bending were carefully analyzed.Finally,the aseismatic behavior of the thin-wall C steel members with intermediate stiffeners were assessed by ductility coefficients,and some preliminarily suggestions for the aseismatic design of thin-wall steel members were put forward.
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