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Obers, Siemen F.P.M. (author), Overal, Jaap J. (author), Wong, W.J. (author), Walters, C.L. (author)
Application of high-strength steels in the maritime and offshore industry is currently limited by rules governing the ratio of the yield to tensile strength (the Y/T ratio). To better understand the physical basis for these rules, the nature and extent of the plastic stress/strain field in the vicinity of a stress concentration (a circular...
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El Bamby, Hagar (author)
Higher strength steels (HSS) hollow sections with steel grades from S460 up to and including S700 are becoming increasingly competitive in long span structures. Reduction of self weight is accomplished with the smaller wall thickness of the hollow section, leading to fabrication, transport and execution benefits. The use of HSS has a positive...
master thesis 2021
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Halilović, Haris (author)
Carbon dioxide emissions from the transportation sector account for roughly one-third of world-wide CO2 emissions. Governmental pressure to tackle this problem has forced the industry to adapt with regard to material development. One such adaption is the development and application of advanced high-strength steels (AHSS), offering high specific...
master thesis 2021
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Xin, H. (author), Kisoensingh, Prishilla (author), Veljkovic, M. (author)
The material reduction factor of rectangular hollow section (RHS) joints in a new version of Eurocode 3 part 1–8 is validate for steel with the nominal yield strength up to 700 MPa. In this paper, finite element simulations of gap K-joints are conducted to investigate effects of material properties, gap size of the joint, the brace to chord...
journal article 2021
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Xin, H. (author), Veljkovic, M. (author)
Predicting the ultimate capacity of components made of high strength steel (HSS) is a numerically challenging task. The fracture performance of HSS from different steel grades, producers, and manufacturing processes (rolling, cold forming, etc.) varies greatly. It is costly to conduct a series of experiments for each typical HSS structural...
journal article 2021
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Walters, C.L. (author), Coppejans, Okko J. (author), Hoogeland, Martijn (author)
In a prior project, TNO has presented a low-cost way of finding fracture toughness of base materials for cleavage fracture. That method features a small-scale CTOD specimen, combined with simplified sensors, less fatigue pre-cracking, faster testing, and no need for a temperature chamber. This method has been extended to welds by considering...
conference paper 2021
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Sagar, S. (author), Popovich, V. (author), Kömmelt, Pascal (author), Dey, P. (author)
Controlling the detrimental effect of hydrogen on the mechanical behaviour of advanced high strength steels is decisive for their application. Precipitates in steels can be useful in irreversibly trapping the hydrogen atoms, thereby preventing their diffusion to critical regions in the microstructure where they can be most detrimental. In...
conference paper 2021
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Jiang, Quanxin (author), Morete Barbosa Bertolo, V. (author), Popovich, V. (author), Sietsma, J. (author), Walters, C.L. (author)
Macroscale cleavage fracture toughness of high strength steels is strongly related to the fracture of hard microstructural inclusions. Therefore, an accurate determination of the local stress on these inclusions based on the matrix stress is necessary for the statistical modelling of macroscale cleavage fracture. This paper presents...
journal article 2021
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Yan, R. (author), Xin, Haohui (author), Veljkovic, M. (author)
The use of high strength steel (HSS) cold-formed hollow section is of significant interest in the construction sector due to competitive costs. The accurate simulation of ductile fracture failure at the micro and macro scale is critical for improving the validity of predicting structural behaviour of HSS cold-formed hollow sections and welded...
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Xin, Haohui (author), Correia, José A.F.O. (author), Veljkovic, M. (author), Berto, Filippo (author)
Accurately obtaining the material parameters of the damage model is very important for the ductile fracture simulation of steel structures made of high strength steel (HSS). The combination of micromechanics with the uncoupled phenomenological fracture model can be used to obtain the material parameters of ductile fracture locus only from the...
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Sood, A. (author)
Third-generation advanced high strength steels (AHSS) are a new class of steels that offer superior functional properties and significant weight savings in the body-in-white (BIW) structure of a car. Weight savings directly translate to reduced CO<sub>2</sub> emissions from cars which aids automotive manufactures to meet the vehicle emission...
master thesis 2020
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Adegeest, Bart (author)
An increasing trend is occurring in the use of high strength steel (HSS) in tubular joints. Reason for this trend is the high yield strength of HSS which leads to reduced weights and costs. Characteristic for HSS is the reduced ductility in comparison to normal steels. Therefore, Eurocode 3 part 1-8 (2020) recommends material reduction factors ...
master thesis 2020
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Yang, F. (author), Veljkovic, M. (author), Liu, Yuqing (author)
Numerical analyses incorporating appropriate damage models provide an opportunity to predict the strength and deformation capacity of steel structures. This paper presents a practical calibration for the ductile damage model of S355 and high-strength steel S690Q, S700MC, S960Q based on tensile coupon test results. A combined linear and power...
journal article 2020
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Eftekharimilani, P. (author)
The potential for weight reduction, ease of manufacturing and improved crashworthiness makes advanced and ultra high strength steels attractive for automotive applications. Resistance spot welding is by far the most widely used joining method in the automotive industry due to the high operating speeds, the reliability of the process and the...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Agarwal, G. (author)
Preventing solidification cracking is an essential prerequisite for the safety of a welded structure. An undetected solidification crack has the potential to cause premature failure during service. Two conditions generated by a weld thermal cycle are responsible for the initiation of solidification cracks. The first is the presence of excessive...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Kisoensingh, Prishilla (author)
The interest in high strength steel (HSS) shows an increasing trend mainly due to its high yield strength, low weight to strength ratio, decreasing costs of the base material and fabrication. The proposed 2020 version of the Eurocode 3 part 1-8, still under discussion at the time of writing of this thesis, covers steel with yield strength up to...
master thesis 2019
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Tran, Anh Tuan (author), Bernspång, Lars (author), Veljkovic, M. (author), Rebelo, Carlos (author), Da Silva, Luís Simõ ões (author)
This paper describes a study of the behaviour of cold-formed high strength steel angles. Thirty-six specimens with different cold-formed angles (90°, 100°, 120°, 140°, 160°, and 170°) and different thicknesses (4 mm and 6 mm) were considered. The initial geometric imperfections of the specimens were determined using the 3D laser scanning...
journal article 2019
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Agarwal, G. (author), Kumar, A. (author), Richardson, I.M. (author), Hermans, M.J.M. (author)
Solidification cracking susceptibility during laser welding was studied experimentally and numerically in advanced high strength steel sheets, namely transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP) and dual phase (DP) steel. Using the same heat input, laser bead-on-plate welding was carried out on single sided clamped specimens at various starting...
journal article 2019
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Tran, Anh Tuan (author), Bernspång, Lars (author), Veljkovic, M. (author), Rebelo, Carlos (author), da Silva, Luís Simões (author)
This paper describes a study of the S650 high strength steel material properties including the effect of cold-formed angle. Coupon specimens with different cold-formed angles (90°, 100°, 120°, 140°, 160°and 180°) and different thicknesses (4 mm and 6 mm) were examined. Relationships between cold-formed angle and yield stress as well as...
journal article 2019
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Akyel, A. (author), Kolstein, M.H. (author), Bijlaard, F.S.K. (author)
Modern steel manufacturing techniques make it possible to produce steel with the nominal yield strength up to 1300 MPa for structural purposes. However, the application of very high strength steels is still limited in the civil engineering structures due to lack of knowledge about the effects of the manufacturing process and experimental results...
journal article 2018
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