Research on Load-bearing Performance of I-shaped Column under Cyclic Compression

Xiaojing Chen; Ping Yang; Huwei Cui
April 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 904, p460
Academic Journal
This paper presents a theoretical method to analyze the load bearing capability under cyclic axial compression load. The relationship between axial force and vertical deflection of I-shaped column is obtained by theoretical analysis and derivation. To verify the method and formulas of the paper, an illustrative example column is analyzed by the presented theoretical method and FEM to discuss the deflection performance and load bearing capability. The comparison of the results indicates perfect match between theoretical and numerical ones. It is shown that the theoretical analysis is feasible and reasonable.


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