Extrinsic Influence of Environment-Induced Degradation on Load Carrying Capacity of Steel Beams View Full Text


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2015-10-01

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Sunil Gowda, A. Patnaik, J. Payer, T. S. Srivatsan

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In this paper, the results of a study aimed at evaluating the strength of wide-flanged beams subjected to corrosion-induced damage, modeled using a standard finite element program (ABAQUS) is presented and discussed. Typical beams in consideration were subjected to different cases of corrosion-induced damage, such as non-uniform and varying degree of material loss that simulates pitting corrosion. Many variables, such as (a) shape of pitting damage, (b) location of pits along the length of the beam, (c) number of pits, and (d) depth of pits, were considered to facilitate a better understanding of the load carrying capacity of steel I-beams having damage quite similar to pitting damage to the web. The results are compared with an “as-new” beam for purpose of evaluation of the reduction in strength due to environment-induced deterioration. A “corrosion strength reduction factor (CSRF)” is introduced to help identify the reduction in load carrying capacity as a consequence of both height and depth of the damage due to corrosion. The results are presented in charts for purpose of practical beam design. More... »

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4224-4235

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