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[CIDECT DG9] -- Design Guide for Structural Hollow Section Column Connections

[CIDECT DG9] -- Design Guide for Structural Hollow Section Column Connections

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Y. Kurobane, J. A. Packer, J. Wardenier, N. Yeomans
Bibliografische Information der Deutschen Bibliothek
Die Deutsche Bibliothek verzeichnet diese Publikation in derDeutschen Nationalbibliografie; detaillierte bibliografische Datensind im Internet über http://dnb.de abrufbar.ISBN 3-8249-0802-6©by V-Verlag GmbH,TÜV Rheinland Group, KölnEntirely printed by: TÜV-Verlag GmbH, KölnPrinted in Germany 2004
Steel structural hollow sections, circular, square and rectangular, are some of the most effi-cient structural sections under compression loading. This design guide has been writtento give the design engineer the information one needs to design hollow section columnconnections in the most efficient and economic way. Steel structural hollow sections areunique in the world of structural steel sections, because their geometry is such that theirmass is distributed away from their longitudinal axis, making them ideal for use ascolumns.This design guide is the 9th in a series that CIDECT has published under the general seriesheading “Construction with Hollow Steel Sections“. The previously published designguides in the series, which are all available in English, French, German and Spanish, are:1.Design guide for circular hollow section (CHS) joints under predominantly static load-ing (1991)2.Structural stability of hollow sections (1992, reprinted 1996)3.Design guide for rectangular hollow section (RHS) joints under predominantly staticloading (1992)4.Design guide for structural hollow section columns exposed to fire (1995, reprinted1996)5.Design guide for concrete filled hollow section columns under static and seismicloading (1995)6.Design guide for structural hollow sections in mechanical applications (1995)7.Design guide for fabrication, assembly and erection of hollow section structures (1998)8.Design guide for circular and rectangular hollow section welded joints under fatigueloading (2000)CIDECT’s sincere and grateful thanks go to the authors of this design guide, Prof. Dr.Yoshiaki Kurobane of Sojo University in Japan, Prof. Dr. Jeffrey Packer of University ofToronto in Canada, Prof. Dr. Jaap Wardenier of Delft University of Technology in TheNetherlands and Mr. Noel Yeomans of Corus Tubes in The United Kingdom, for their thor-oughness and professionalism in writing the various chapters and to CIDECT and its mem-bers for their useful comments and support.CIDECT2004

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