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2.1 Plain columns
2.2 Concrete filled columns
2.3 Fire protection
2.3.1 External fire protection
2.3.2 Internal fire protection
3 Single sided bolting systems
3.1 Flowdrill drilling system
3.2 Lindapter HolloBolt insert
3.3 Huck Ultra-Twist bolt
3.4 Stud welding
3.5 Other methods
4 Connection classification
4.1 Introduction
4.1.1 Elastic behaviour
4.1.2 Plastic behaviour
4.2 Semi-rigid connection design according to Eurocode 3
4.2.1 Classification of connections
4.2.2 Moment capacity
4.2.3 Rotational stiffness
4.2.4 Rotational capacity
4.2.5 Conceptual design
5 Simple shear connections
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Limit states for simple shear connections
5.3 Single shear plate connections (shear tabs, fin plates)
5.3.1 Connection to RHS column design example
5.3.2 Connections to CHS columns
5.3.3 Single shear plate connections to RHS column corner
5.4 “Through-plate” connections
5.5 End plate connections
5.6 Tee connections
5.7 Single and double angle connections
5.8 Unstiffened seat connections
5.9 Stiffened seat connections
6.1 Types of semi-rigid connections with hollow section members
6.2 Welded hollow section beam and column connections
6.2.1 CHS beam and column members
6.2.2 RHS beam and column members
6.2.3 CHS and RHS beam and column members
6.3 Welded I-beam-to-hollow section column connections
6.3.1 I-beam-to-CHS column connections
6.3.2 I-beam-to-RHS column connections
6.4 Bolted hollow section beam and column connections
6.4.1. CHS beam-to-column connections
6.4.2 RHS beam-to-column connections
6.5 Bolted I-beam-to-hollow section column connections
6.5.1 I-beam-to-CHS column connections
6.5.2 I-beam-to-RHS column connections
6.6 Examples
Example 1: CHS beams and columns
Example 2: RHS beams and columns
Example 3: I-beams and CHS columns
Example 4: Bolted I-beam-to-RHS column connection
7 Special requirements for seismic loading
7.1 Dissipative and non-dissipative structural behaviours
7.2 Materials
7.3 Structural types and behaviour factors
7.4 Joints in dissipative zones
7.5 Strong column-weak beam design
7.7 Column web panel
8 Rigid (full strength) connections
8.1 Connections with through diaphragms for shop welding application
8.2 Bolted through diaphragm connections
8.2.1 Design example for bolted through diaphragm connections
8.3 Connections with through diaphragms for field welding application
8.3.1 Connections with improved details
8.3.2 Connections for ordinary moment frames
8.3.3 Reinforced connections
8.4 Reduced beam section (RBS) connections
8.5 Connections with internal diaphragms
8.6 Connections with external diaphragms
8.7 End plate connections with blind bolts
8.8 Rigid connections for structures in low seismicity zones
9 Connections to concrete filled columns
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Simple shear connections
9.2.1 Load entry to the column
9.2.2 Connection design
9.3 Semi-rigid connections
9.3.1 Introduction
9.3.2 Unreinforced welded hollow section beam and column connections
9.3.3 Unreinforced welded I-beam-to-hollow section column connections
9.3.4 Bolted hollow section beam and column connections
9.3.5 Bolted I-beam-to-hollow section column connections
9.3.6 Examples
9.4 Rigid (full strength) connections
9.4.1 Shear strength of column web panel
9.4.2 Flexural strength of beam-to-column connections
10 Bracing and truss connections to columns
10.1 Bracing connections to RHS columns
10.1.1 Longitudinal plate-to-RHS columns
10.1.2 Longitudinal “through-plate”-to-RHS columns
10.1.3 Stiffened longitudinal plate (T-stub)-to-RHS columns
10.1.4 Transverse plate-to-RHS columns
10.2 Bracing connections to CHS columns
10.2.1 Longitudinal plate-to-CHS columns
10.2.2 Longitudinal “through-plate”-to-CHS columns
10.2.3 Stiffened longitudinal plate (T-stub)-to-CHS columns
10.2.4 Transverse plate-to-CHS columns
10.3 Bracing connections to RHS and CHS columns under seismic loading
10.4 Truss connections to columns
11 Column splices
11.1 Plain columns
11.1.1 Bolted end plates
11.1.2 Bolted side plates
11.1.3 Welding
11.1.4 Welded column splices in seismic areas
11.2 Concrete filled columns
11.3 Nailing of poles
11.4 Design example
11.4.1 Bolted end plates
12 List of Symbols and Abbreviations
12.1 Abbreviations of organisations
12.2 Other abbreviations
12.3 General symbols
12.4 Subscripts
12.5 Superscripts
13 References
Annex A: Investigation into through diaphragms
A.1 Summary of tests
A.2 Evaluation of rotation capacity of beams
A.3 Flexural strength of beam-column connections
A.4 Definition of cumulative plastic deformation factor
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DESIGN GUIDE FOR STRUCTURAL HOLLOW SECTION COLUMN CONNECTIONS

DESIGN GUIDE FOR STRUCTURAL HOLLOW SECTION COLUMN CONNECTIONS

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