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The behaviors of concentrically loaded short concrete-filled steel circular columns are better than that of square one. Its load carrying capacity is higher and it has more economical benefit. Hence, it is adopted in buildings widely. But in some developed countries, architects are willing to adopt the square CFST columns from the view of convenient arrangement inside the rooms. In our country, the square CFST columns have begun to use in tall buildings also in recent years. In this paper, the behaviors, structures and economical benefits of circular and square CFST under axial compression are compared detailed. The results of comparison can be referred for designers.

Keywords: Circular and square CFST, axial compression, behaviors, comparison INTRUDUCTION

As every one knows, the behaviors of circular CFST are better than that of square one. Its load carrying capacity is higher and the steel expanse can be cut down. But the some architects are willing to adopt the square CFST columns from the view of convenient arrangement inside the rooms. Hence, in recent years, the square CFST columns have begun to use in some tall buildings. In developed countries, save steel is not so importance. But in our country, cost reduction of buildings is most importantly. Hence, the advantages and disadvantages for both of these two kinds of CFST columns should have a clearly understands. 1) Behaviors of circular and square CFST under axial compression 1.1 The constitutive relationships of materials According to the inference of “Unified Theory” suggested by author (Zhong 1995), the change of behaviors for CFST is along with the change of cross sections, and the change is continuously. And the design formula is unified. From which the stress strain relation curves of circular and square CFST under axial compression should be found. Therefore, the constitutive _________________________

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this constitutive relationship of concrete suites various form of members. Matrix of rigidity [D] is 6Χ6 matrix. we calculated a lot of circular CFST axial compressive stub columns to compare with the test curves. England and ours. in the plastic range is the plastic stiffness matrix [D]p. The relation curve of stress intensity (σi) versus strain intensity (εi) for steel under complex stress state is shown in Fig.2 Equivalent Cross-sections 200 . Cheng (2001) managed to determine the 3 coefficients from a number of experimental curves of circular compression members. The plastic-crack theory is used to drive the constitutive relationship of core concrete under complex stress situation. while in the elastic plastic range is [D]ep=[D]e-[D]p. hence. The right constitutive relationship of concrete under complex stress state was got. It adopts the following expression(Cheng 2001): {dσ}=[D]{dε} (4) In which. Owing to the tangent constitutive matrix is the function of concrete’s stress and strain only. It coincides very well. in the elastic range is the elastic stiffness matrix [D]e. σi=1/√2 [(σx-σy)2+(σy-σz)2+(σz-σx)2+6(τxy2+τyz2+τzx2)]1/2 εi=√2/3 [(εx-εy)2+(εy-εz)2+(εz-εx)2+3/2 (γxy2+γyz2+γzx2)]1/2 (1) (2) Fig.1. The detail derivation and analysis please refer to Reference [1]. It is a tremendous achievement in the research work of CFST. By use of the try and rectification method. 1 σi-εi curve of steel The constitutive relationship of steel can be expressed As follows: {dσij}=[D]{dεij} (3) in which [D] is the stiffness matrix of steel. For verification the right of constitutive relationships of steel and concrete mentioned above. and longitudinal and radial displacement compatibility. 19 coefficients of which are toke from reference [5] after a little revised. especially for verification the right of parameters adopted in the constitutive relationship of core concrete. a satisfying agreement between the calculated and experimental curves was achieved. 1. There are 6 unknown parameters in it. This method means “The try-error method”. Based on the constitutive relationships of core concrete and steel. The test curves are toke from the references of Japan. And in these parameters there are 22 coefficients. Chen (2001) obtained the average longitudinal stress-strain curves by calculation. While 3 of these 22 coefficiences are determined by test results.relationships of steel and concrete under complex stress states should be determined firstly. Russia. By comparing the calculated curves with the experimental curves and adjusting the 3 coefficients thereafter.

5642(B─2ts ) (6) 1. A7 group (ξ=2.9). A7. then the diameter D and thickness t of equivalent circular cross-section are: D=2b/√π=1.2 shows the σ─ε relationship curves for A3 group (ξ=1.. Fig.1284B (5) T=D/2 – (B─2ts )/ √π=0. where both material and geometric nonlinearities are toke into consideration. Here fy and f is yield stress and design strength of steel respectively. Fig. octagonal.Owing to analysis and to compare the behaviors of CFST with various forms. ξ0=α f /fc ) are equal to each other for circular and square CFST. Then the steel ratio α=As/Ac and the confining factors (ξ=α fy /fck. The detail analysis is referred to the reference [1] please.69) and A10 group (ξ=2. square and rectangular equivalent cross-sections respectively. 3-D FE models are developed using the incremental Lagrange formula.A10 Fig.06).3 The behaviors of concentrically loaded short CFST With the constitutive relationships for steel and concrete. ts denotes the thickness of plates.2 The σ─ε relationship curves for A3. area of concrete Ac for various form are equality each other. which have circular. 3 Typical σ─ε curves 201 . fck and fc is standard compressive strength and design compressive strength of concrete respectively. Each group consists of four columns. If B denotes the side length of square form.5D─0. Equivalent cross-section means that the area of steel As. the equivalent cross-sections should be toke for comparison each other. the complete average longitudinal stress-strain curves of concentrically loaded short CFST columns with different cross-section geometries are obtained using FE analyses.

(1) For columns which have plastic failure with strain hardening or plastic stage. Based on the analyses above. It shows that the elastic module of square cross-section Es is lower ~13% than that of circular one. the equivalent axial rigidity and bending rigidity for square cross-section CFST are lower about 13% than that of circular one. the standard strength of square CFST fscsy is lower 5%~16% than that of circular one.1759fy/235 + 0.3 shows the Typical σ─ε curves of concentrically loaded CFST short columns with different cross-section geometries. Behavior of equivalent rectangular is more close to square’s.0309 For square cross-section: Bs= 0. 202 . as follows. ξ0=α f / fc . descending appears when ξ is smaller than 1. descending occurs when ξ is smaller than 3. but it closes to circular. the compressive strength fscy of a CFST circular stub column is determined to be the stress corresponding to the longitudinal strain of 3000µε. medium to small. six kinds of concrete (C30~C80). the following formulae are recommended.0. the strain corresponding to point B is slightly larger or smaller than 3000µε. the damage criterion is determined as follows. the ultimate strength should be toke as the highest stress on the curve. horizontal to descending.212 +Bξ0+Cξ02)fc (8) In which.07fck/20 +0. we can see that the behavior of circular Cross-section is better than that of square one. it is well justified that for columns with circular cross-section. When the confining factors change from large. For composite columns with circular and octagonal cross-sections.1038fck/20 +0.2.20. For three kinds of steel (Q235. For the convenience of design. Fig.From Fig.723 Cs=─0.. (2) For columns which have no plastic stage and show only descending load-displacement curve.794 Cc=─0. steel ratio α= 0. For circular cross-section: Bc= 0.131 fy/235 + 0. the σ─ε curves of them always exist descending stages and always expresses brittle damage. we derived the elastic module (E) of circular and square CFST. the ultimate strength should correspond to point B. The compressive standard strength: fscy=(1. Moreover. while for those with square and rectangular cross-sections. Q345. After numerous analyses. Q390 ). which is the turning point from elastic plastic stage to strain hardening or to plastic stage. 2) The comparison of bearing capacity for circular and square CFST 2. B and C are coefficients.0262 The confining factors ξ= α fy / fck. Hence. They depend on the cross-section geometry.1 Compressive strength According to the definition of limit state. the final parts of the curves vary from ascending.212+Bξ+Cξ2)fck (7) The compressive design strength: fsc=(1.04~0. The behavior of octagonal CFST is situated between circular and square cross-section.

The calculate formula is as follows: N/φN0 +Mx/γxWscx +My/γyWscy ≤ 1 (14) In which. Therefore. the 203 . two welds even four welds are necessary to form a box cross-section.1.2 The bearing capacity of concentrically loaded CFST columns Strength: For circular For square Stability: For circul For square Nc= Asc fscc Ns=Asc fscs Nc’=φc Asc fscc (9) (10) (11) Ns’=φs Asc fscs Then. 3.3 The comparison of bearing capacities for beam-columns In tall and super tall buildings. bending moments of x and y directions respectively.88 Q390 C70 0. 1 for steel ratio α=0. Table 1 Value of ratio K Steel Concrete α＝0. When the thickness of plate is greater than 20mm.87 C60 0. the longitudinal butt weld is adopted. For square cross-section. Hence.86 Q345 C50 0. we can see that the bearing capacity of concentrically loaded square CFST columns are lower than that of circular one. but also the research work does not ripen yet.89 Here. Mx. Wscx and Wscy ----section modulus of x and y directions for columns respectively. The quality of weld can be guaranteed perfectly. and it saves labor. 2. From Tab. 1. N0 ----bearing capacity of concentrically loaded CFST columns. My ---axial compressive load. The comparison of structures and manufactures 3. φc and φs are toke from Chinese standards DL/T 5085-1999 and GJB 4142-2000 respectively.89 (12) (13) C80 0. But for square one. For circular cross-section. γx and γy----plastic coefficients of x and y directions for columns respectively. it works under axial compressive load N with the bending moment M=√( Mx2 +My2 ). The load bearing capacity of square CFST column is lower than that of circular one owing to the φs Nos is less than that of circular one (φc Noc ). K= Ns’/ Nc’=(φs/φc) (fscs/ fscc) Value of K shows in Tab. N.2.88 C60 0.1 C30 0. the weld of circular form is less than that of square one. the columns are under eccentric compressive load in two directions. there is only one weld necessary.1 The composition of cross-sections The spiral welding steel tube is always used for circular cross-section if the thickness of plate is t≤ 20mm.86 Q235 C40 0.88 C40 0. The calculation is not only complex. it works under axial compression N with two direction bending moments Mx and My.

while the butt weld of square steel tube is under complex stress states. The hysteretic curves are very full and round. Fig. the structure of connection is the same as square column as shown in Fig.4c. Fig. the welding of inner diaphragm is more difficulty. its anti-seismic behavior is well and it is more safety and reliability. 3. and it will impede pouring concrete into the tube. Compression ratio means the ratio of compressive force to nominal compression capacity of the column. the butt weld for circular steel tube bears tensile force only. The behaviors of anti-seismic and fireproofing 4.2 The behaviors of fireproofing 204 . 5 shows the hysteretic curves of concentrically loaded circular CFST members (axial compressive load N=Asc fsc. The research of anti-seismic behaviors for square CFST columns is lack yet. It caused to save steel. In addition. the axial compression ratio should be limited as for steel structures. Fig. The slenderness of circular column is controlled instead of limited compression ratio. Although the research works of this connection is more ripe. but the steel used is more. When it is used as the columns in tall building. If the inner diaphragm is used for circular column.4 The connections of column with beams 4.manufacturing cost of circular member is cheaper.2 The connections of columns with beams The inner diaphragm is always used for square CFST column as shown in Fig. and the compression ratio equals to 1. Obviously.1 The behaviors of anti-seismic The research work of anti-seismic behaviors for circular CFST columns is riper than that of square CFST columns. The absorbing energy ability is very well. 4.4b shows the outside strengthening ring is used for circular column.4a.0) under repeat horizontal load..

Hence. for square is Ls =4B. and obtained the calculation formula for determination the thickness of fireproofing coating. From this the steel and concrete can be saved. Except fireproofing coat. the fireproofing plates can be used also as shown in Fig. This is got from the comparisons of the behaviors.1284 It means that the coat needed for square members is over 13% more than that for circular one. The advantages are as followings: 1) The load carrying capacity under axial compression is about 20% more than that of square cross-section.6. manufactures and fire-proofing. the needed fireproofing coat of square members will be still more. 5. Ls/ Lc = 4B/(1. D=1. 5) The fireproofing coat can be saved 13%. hence. the 3h required fireproofing time can be reached. The needed thickness of fireproofing coating for circular and square CFST members can be compared as follows. As everyone knows. The slenderness of column is controlled instead of to limit the compression ratio. 205 . According to the equivalent area. the area of square cross-section should be enhanced to bear the same loadings of circular cross-section. structures.Conclussion From the comparison of circular and square CFST columns.1284πB =1.1264B.Fig. The circumferential length of circle is Lc =πD. And under eccentric compression. It is calculated according to the equivalent cross-section. we can see that the advantages of circular CFST columns are far exceed than that of square one. 3)The behavior of anti-seismic is well. 4) Manufacture is more convenient. 2) The axial and bending rigidities are more 13% about. 5 Hysteretic curves of circular CFST members with concentrically load N=Sscfsc We have had completed the research works about fire proofing of circular CFST members. is 20% more at least. If the thickness of plate is 50mm.

and Kim S. It should be adopted prior in tall and super tall buildings especially in seismic region. Journal of Engineering Mechanics Division. Design Regulation of Composite Structures(S). Harbin 2001. V=385kN. Concrete Filled Steel Tubular Structures(M).1995. 5. Heilongjiang Science-Technical Publishing House. 1979. Calculating example Design a CFST column for a tall building.6kg/m 100% square940х22 square960х22 634.P.S. GJB4142-2000.2kg/m 119. DL/T 5085-1999. Dissertation of the doctoral degree in engineering(D). Design Regulation of Composite Structures---.Square CFST Members(S). Calculating length L0 =4. Zhong Shantong. My= 38kNM.53% 648kg/m 122.1% 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Reference: Cheng Hongtao. 105(EM3). Harbin Institute of Technology.5m. Used steel Q345 and concrete C50. Table 2 Design results Circular CFST without considered With considered Seismic acting seismic acting Square CFST Without considered seismic acting With considered seismic acting Cross-section Rigidity B=EscmIsc Steel used Save of steel Ф1000х22 Ф1000х22 3148748 kNm2 530. Known conditions: N= 45200kN. Bazant Z. the circular CFST column has more advantages. Mx= 265kNM. 206 . The design results are listed in Table 2. Plastic-Fracturing Theory for Concrete.(J).Fig 6 Wrap up the column with fireproofing plates In a word. Harbin.

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