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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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Akyel, A. (author)
For cyclically loaded structures, fatigue design becomes one of the important design criteria. The state of art shows that with modification of the conventional structural design methodology, the use of very high strength steels may have a positive effect on fatigue strength of welded connections. However, there is little known about the repair...
doctoral thesis 2017
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Pijpers, R.J.M. (author)
Although Very High Strength Steels (VHSS) with nominal strengths up to 1100 MPa have been available on the market for many years, the use of these steels in the civil engineering industry is still uncommon. The main objective of the research is the determination of the fatigue strength of welded connections made of VHSS. The research comprised...
doctoral thesis 2011
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De Winkel, G.D. (author)
Semi-rigid connections between I-section beams and tubular columns can be used economically for buildings and offshore structures. The lack of stiffening plates allows the fabrication of these connections in a cost effective way. Furthermore, by taking into account the connection strength and stiffness, the connections are also economically in...
doctoral thesis 1998
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