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The investigation of stiffness of hybrid bisteel I-section beams

    Arūnas Jaras Affiliation

Abstract

The stiffness analysis of the simple supported hybrid bisteel I-section beam subjected by uniformly distributed load is considered in this paper. The hybrid bisteel I-section beam presents a composition of high-strength steel inclusions for the flanges in the region of maximum stresses and of low-strength steel for remaining volume of the beam. The explicit analytical model for evaluation of stiffness of the beams mentioned is presented. The geometrical linear approach and elastic plastic material model have been assumed. The application of high-strength steel inclusion in case perfectly elastic state of the hybrid bisteel I-section beam, increase the deflection insignificantly (up to 10%). While strain hardening effect reduces the deflection by about 4 times compared to the perfect plasticity. The verification of the theoretical analysis has been performed by the FEM. After simple transformations, the proposed model can be easily applied to the evaluation of stiffness of otherwise loaded and supported hybrid bisteel I-section beams.


First published online 16 June 2021

Keyword : hybrid bisteel I-section beam, high strength steel inclusions, stiffness analysis

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Jaras, A. (2020). The investigation of stiffness of hybrid bisteel I-section beams. Engineering Structures and Technologies, 12(2), 67-73. https://doi.org/10.3846/est.2020.15120
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