Inelastic behaviour of steel circular hollow sections under cyclic loading
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9 October 2020

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Inelastic behaviour of steel circular hollow sections under cyclic loading

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9 October 2020

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The executive summary from a 2018 Research Award-winning project. The project worked to experimentally explore and numerically describe the ductile behaviour of hollow steel sections in cyclical loading in the inelastic range.

This project was a collaboration between Adam Sadowski, Wei J. Wong, Sai Chung Simon Li and Christian Malaga-Chuquitaype of Imperial College London, and COWI.

The results can stimulate further research into full scale testing of circular hollow sections under dynamic conditions.

 

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