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Table of contents
 
Chapter 1 Introduction
PageNo.1.1 General 11.2 Objective and Significance of the Study 11.3 Scopes and Limitations 21.4 Organization of the study 2
Chapter 2 Literature Review
2.1 Introduction 32.2 Steel Angles 62.2.1 Types of Steel Angles (available) 62.2.2 Designation of the Steel Angles 62.2.3 Materials Used for Producing Steel Angles 72.3 End Plates 82.4 Ultimate Load Capacity of Structural Steel Members 82.5 Development of Column Buckling Theory 92.5.1 Elastic Buckling 92.5.2 Inelastic Buckling 122.6 Eccentrically Loaded Column Theory-Historical Development 152.7 Conventional Formulas to Determine Ultimate Load Capacity of Structural Steel Angles192.8 Previous Research 20
Chapter 3 Methodology for Finite Element Analysis
3.1 Introduction 233.2 The Finite Element Packages 233.3 Finite Element Modeling of the Structure 243.3.1 Modeling of Steel Angle and End Plates 253.3.2 Material Properties 273.4 Types of Buckling Analyses 283.4.1 Non-linear Buckling Analysis 283.4.2 Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis 283.5 Finite Element Model Parameters 323.6 Meshing 323.6.1 Meshing of the End Plate 323.6.2 Meshing of the Steel Angle 323.7 Boundary Conditions 333.7.1 Restraints 333.7.2 Load 33
 
 
Chapter 4 Results and Discussions
PageNo.4.1 Introduction 364.2 Test of Bathon
et al
(1993) 364.3 Major Features of Present Analysis 384.4 Presentation of Results 394.5 Discussion on Results 44
Chapter 5 Conclusion
5.1 General 455.2 Outcomes of the Study 455.3 Future Scopes and Recommendations 46
References
47
Appendix
ANSYS Script Used in this Analysis
 
 
List of tables
PageNo.Table 3.1: SHELL181 Input Summary 26Table 3.2:
 
Various input parameters
 
32Table 4.1: Typical representative test results for various single equal-leg angles38Table 4.2: The position of applied load
“g”
for the angle sections usedin present analysis39Table 4.3: Critical stress for different
l/r 
ratio for angle: 44 x 44 x 3 40Table 4.4: Critical stress for different
l/r 
ratio for angle: 51x 51x 3 41Table 4.5: Critical stress for different
l/r 
ratio for angle: 89x 89x 6 42Table 4.6: Critical stress for different
l/r 
ratio for angle: 102x102x6 43

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