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Miculaş, Cristian V. (author), Costa, Ricardo J. (author), da Silva, Luis Simões (author), Simões, Rui (author), Craveiro, Helder (author), Tankova, T. (author)
This paper presents the development, implementation, and validation of a macro-element suitable for the linear analysis of innovative 3D plug-and-play joints between tubular columns and lightweight steel truss-girders. The macro-element is based on the component method, accounts for the three-dimensional interaction between the tube faces,...
journal article 2024
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PTIČEK, Marko (author), SKEJIĆ, Davor (author), Veljkovic, M. (author), RIZZANO, Gianvittorio (author)
The application of tubular columns in steel structures offers many advantages. However, this potential has not been fully utilized due to a lack of access for the installation of standard bolts in end-plate beam-to-column joints. Blind bolts are an alternative way of connecting the beam end-plate to hollow section column, for they can be...
journal article 2022
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Veenstra, Rozemarijn (author)
Glass has become ever more popular in the building industry. Glass is already used in facades, staircases, fins, floors, and beams. Nevertheless, free-standing load-bearing glass columns are rarely used. It needs to be robust, which means that it needs to give a warning before failure so that people can evacuate. Glass is a brittle material and...
master thesis 2021
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Boonstra, Arjan (author)
Glass buildings seem to be as popular as ever (Louter, 2011) and glass shapes the appearance of contemporary architecture unlike any other building material (Wurm, 2007). Moreover, the demand for glass buildings is rising (Eskilson, 2018). As designers look to make the buildings as transparent as possible, the ambition is to execute structural...
master thesis 2020
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van Bolderen, Geoffrey (author)
Wire and arc additive manufacturing (WAAM), a relatively new metal 3D-printing technology, allows for fabrication of shapes that were not possible to produce a few years ago. Using 6-axis industrial robots with a gas metal arc welding (GMAW)-head, Dutch start-up MX3D prints metal in every direction mid-air. By welding small parts of material at...
master thesis 2017
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