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Plastic Analysis

Dr. Rajesh K. N.

Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering

Govt. College of Engineering, Kannur

Dr.RajeshKN

Module IV

Plastic Theory

factor-redistribution of moments-collapse mechanism-

Kinematic/upper bound theorem-Plastic analysis of beams and

portal frames b

by equilibrium and mechanism methods

methods.

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Behaviour beyond elastic limit?

Plastic deformation - collapse load

Safe load load factor

Design based on collapse (ultimate) load limit

design

Economic - Optimum use of material

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Materials

Elastic-Perfectly plastic

Elastic

Elastic limit

Elastic limit

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Upper yield

point

streess

Plastic

range

Lower yield

L

i ld

point

strain

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s

stress

O

strain

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Elastic analysis

- Material is in the elastic state

- Performance

P f

off structures under

d service

i loads

l d

- Deformation increases with increasing load

Plastic analysis

Material is in the plastic state

Performance of structures under

ultimate/collapse

/

p loads

Deformation/Curvature increases without an

increase in load.

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Assumptions

Plane sections remain plane in plastic

condition

Stress-strain

S

relation

l

is identical

d

l both

b h in

p

and tension

compression

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Let M at a cross-section increases gradually.

Within elastic limit, M = .Z

Z is section modulus, I/y

My = y.Z

Z

fibres. Remaining portion still elastic

Finally,

Fi ll th

the entire

ti cross-section

ti yields

i ld

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yielding

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Inverted T section

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Plastic hinge

When

h the

h section is completely

l l yielded,

ld d the

h

section is fully plastic

A ffully

ll plastic

l

section b

behaves

h

like

lk ah

hinge

Plastic hinge

Plastic hinge is defined as an yielded zone due

to bending in a structural member, at which

large rotations can occur at a section at

constant plastic moment, MP

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Mechanical hinge

Plastic hinge

Reality

Concept

Resists zero

moment

Resists a constant

momentt MP

Mechanical Hinge

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My Moment at which the section yields

MP Moment at which entire section is under yield stress

C

T

MP

y

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Plastic moment

Moment at which the entire section is

under yield stress

C =T

Ac y = At y

A

Ac = At =

2

A

C =T = y

2

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y

A

C = y

2

yc

yt

A

T = y

2

Si il to y Z

Similar

A

A

Couple due to

y y ( yc + yt ) = y Z p

2

2

Zp

Z

( > 1)

Plastic modulus

is the shape

p factor

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cross-sections

sections

b

Rectangular cross-section:

Section modulus

I

Z= =

y

Plastic modulus

Shape factor

Zp

Z

3

bd

( 12 )

( d 2)

bd 2

=

6

A

bd d d bd 2

Z p = ( y c + yt ) =

+ =

2

2 4 4

4

= 1.5

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Circular section

A

Z p = ( y c + yt )

2

d 2 2d 2d d 3

=

+

=

8 3 3 6

d

(

Z=

64 )

d 2

d3

32

S=

Zp

Z

= 1.7

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Triangular section

bh 3

36

2

bh

=

Z=

2h

24

3

2h

3

CG axis

A

Z p = ( y c + yt )

2

h

b

yc

S = 2.346

E

Equal

l area axis

i

yt

b

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I section

20 mm

250 mm

10 mm

20 mm

200 mm

S = 1.132

Mp = 259.6 kNm

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Load factor

collapse load M P y Z P

Load factor =

=

=

working load

M

Z

Rectangular cross-section:

bd 2

M P = yZP = y

4

bd 2 y bd 2

M =Z =

=

6

1.5 6

1

M P bd 2 y bd 2

LF =

= y

= 2.25

2 25

M

4 1.5 6

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Factor of safety

Wy

Yield Load

=

Factor of Safety =

Working Load W

y

Yield Stress

=

=

WorkingStress

g

y

y

/ 1.5

1 5)

= 1.5

El ti A

Elastic

Analysis

l i - Factor

F t off S

Safety

f t

Plastic Analysis - Load Factor

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Mechanisms of failure

A statically determinate beam will collapse if one plastic

hinge is developed

Consider a simply supported beam with constant cross

section loaded with a point load P at midspan

If P is increased until a plastic hinge is developed at the point

of maximum moment (just underneath P) an unstable

structure

t t

will

ill b

be created.

t d

Any further increase in load will cause collapse

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For a statically

y indeterminate beam to collapse,

p more than one

plastic hinge should be developed

The plastic hinge will act as real hinge for further increase of

load (until sufficient plastic hinges are developed for

collapse )

collapse.)

As the load is increased,, there is a redistribution of moment,,

as the plastic hinge cannot carry any additional moment.

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Beam mechanisms

Determinate

D

i

beams

b

& frames: Collapse

after

f first

fi plastic

l i

hinge

Simple beam

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frames:

a es: Mo

Moree than

t a o

onee

plastic hinge

to develop

p mechanism

Fixed beam

Plastic

l

hinges

h

d

develop

l at the

h ends

d first

f

Beam becomes a simple beam

Plastic hinge

g develops

p at the centre

Beam collapses

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Indeterminate beam:

Moree than

Mo

t a o

onee p

plastic

ast c

hinge to develop

mechanism

Propped cantilever

Plastic

l

hinge

h

d

develops

l

at the

h fixed

f d support first

f

Beam becomes a simple beam

Plastic hinge

g develops

p at the centre

Beam collapses

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Gable Mechanism

W

- Combination of the above

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y

Static method or Equilibrium method

- Lower bound: A load computed on the basis of an assumed

MP is always less than (or at the worst equal to) the true ultimate

l d

load.

method

- Work performed by the external loads is equated to the internal

work absorbed by plastic hinges

- Upper bound: A load computed on the basis of an assumed

mechanism is always greater than (or at the best equal to) the true

ultimate load.

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Collapse

p load (Wc)): Minimum load at which

collapse will occur Least value

Fully plastic moment (MP): Maximum moment

capacity for design Highest value

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1. Simple beam

Equilibrium method:

Wu .l

MP =

4

MP

M

4M P

Wu =

l

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WE = WI

l

Wu = M P .2

2

Wu

l

4M P

Wu =

l

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w.l 2

,

M CENTRE =

24

w.l 2

M ENDS =

> M CENTRE

12

M

MC1

M

P

C2

M

M

PP

MB1

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Equilibrium:

wu

wu .l 2

2M P =

8

16 M P

wu = 2

l

Virtual work:

0+

2

2 wu

2 2

WE = WI

= M P ( + 2 + )

16 M P

wu = 2

l

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Wu

MP

MP

Virtual work:

l

Wu = M P ( + 2 + )

2

8M P

Wu =

l

Equilibrium:

l

2 M P = Wu

4

8M P

Wu =

l

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Wu

b

Equilibrium:

q

ab

2 M P = Wu

l

MP

MP

2 M Pl

Wu =

ab

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Virtual work:

a1 = b 2

Wu

1

1 + 2

b

1 = 2

a

Wu ( a1 ) = M P 1 + (1 + 2 ) + 2

Wu ( b 2 ) = M P 2 2 + 2 2

a

MP

Wu =

b 2

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b

= 2M P ( a + b)

2 a 2 + 2 2

ab

2 M Pl

Wu =

ab

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midspan

M

M

MC2

C1

P

M

MPB1

P

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Wu

2

Vi t l work:

Virtual

k

Equilibrium:

WE = WI

l

(Wu ) = M P ( + 2 )

2

6M P

Wu =

l

Wu .l

M P + 0.5M P =

4

6M P

Wu =

l

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Maximum p

positive BM

wl 2

8

x1

MP

MP

At collapse

E

x2

Required

q

to locate E

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wu lx

l 2 wu x2 2

x2

ME =

MP = MP

2

2

l

For maximum,

dM E

=0

dx2

wu l

MP

wu x2

=0

l

2

From (2),

(1)

(2)

x2 = 0.414l

MP

wu = 11.656 2

l

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capacity.

i

75kN

50kN

1.5m

1.5m

7.5m

Degree

D

off Indeterminacy,

d

N=32=1

No. of hinges, n = 3

No. of independent mechanisms ,r = n - N = 2

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75kN

50kN

1.5m

50kN

75kN

1.5m

1

5m

45m

4.5m

+1

1.5m

1

5m

1

Mechanism 1

1 5 = 61

1.5

1.5

1 =

1.5

1.5

50 (1.5 ) + 75 1.5 = M p + +

6

6

M p = 45.83

45 83

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75

50

1.5m

4.5m

1.5m

1

Mechanism 2

+1

6 = 1.51

1.5

=

1

6

1.5

1.5

1.5

50 1.5 1 + 75 (1.51 ) = M p 1 +

1 + 1

6

6

M p = 87.5 kNm

Design

g p

plastic moment ((Highest

g

of the above))

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= 87.5 kNm

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off 25 kN/m.

kN/

Th beam

The

b

i simply

is

i l supported

t d att the

th ends.

d Design

D i

a

suitable I section using plastic theory, assuming y= 250 MPa.

25 kN/m

25kN/m

6m

Degree of Indeterminacy, N = 2 2 = 0

No. of hinges, n = 1

No. of independent mechanisms, r = n-N = 1

Mechanism

25kN/m

3m

3m

3m

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Internal

te a work

o k done

do e

WI = 0 + M p 2 + 0 = 2 M p

0 + 3

WE = 2 25 3

2

WI = WE 2 M p = 225

Plastic modulus Z P =

Section modulus

MP

= 225

M p = 112.5 kNm

112.5 106

= 4.5 105 mm 3

=

250

5

4.5

.5

10

0

5

3

ZP =

=

3

3.913

913

10

mm

Z=

1.15

S

Adopt ISLB 275@330 N/m (from Steel Tables SP 6)

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shown

W

A/2

A/2

A/2

Mp

E

W/2

2Mp

2Mp

A/2

A

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Degree of Indeterminacy, N = 5 3 = 2

No. of hinges, n = 5 (at A, B, C, E & F)

No. of independent mechanisms ,r = n - N = 3

Beam Mechanisms for members AB & BC

Panel Mechanism

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WI = 2M p + 2M p (2 ) + M p = 7 M p

B Mp

A/2

E

W/2

2

2Mp

W A

WE =

2 2

WE = WI Wc =

A/2

28M p

A

2Mp

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A/2

Mp

A/2

Mp

C

Mp

2

Mp

WI = M p + M p (2 ) + M p = 4 M p

A

WE = W

2

WE = WI Wc =

8M p

A

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Panel Mechanism

WI = 2 M p + M p + M p = 4 M p

W

Mp

A/2

A/2

Mp

A/2

W/2

W A

WE =

2 2

WE = WI Wc =

16M p

A

A/2

2Mp

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Combined Mechanism

W

A/2

A/2

W/2

A/2

2

Mp

Mp

WI = 2 M p ( ) + M p (2 )

+ M p ( + )

= 6 M p

A

W A

3

+ W = W A

WE =

2 2

2

4

A/2

WE = WI Wc =

2Mp

88M

Mp

A

8M p

A

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the plastic moment capacity required if the frame is of

uniform section throughout.

10kN/m

25 kN

25kN

8m

Mp

4m

Mp

Mp

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Degree of Indeterminacy, N = 4 3 = 1

No. of possible plastic hinges, n = 3

(at B, C and between B&C)

No. of independent mechanisms ,r = n - N = 2

Beam Mechanism for BC

Panel Mechanism

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10kN/m

B

Mp

0 + 4

WE = 2 10 4

= 160

C

Mp

2

Mp

WI = M p ( + 2 + ) = 4 M p

M p = 40 kNm

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Panel Mechanism

25kN

4

Mp

Mp

WE = WI

M p ( + ) = 25 4

M p = 50 kNm

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Combined Mechanism

10kN/m

25kN

plastic hinge between B & C

x

Mp

8 x

+1

1

Mp

4m

formed at x from B

x = ( 8 x )1

x

WE = 25 4 + 10 x

2

+ 10 8 x ( 8 x )1

(

)

2

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WI = M p ( + 1 ) + 1 + = 2 M p

+

8 x

5 ( 5 + 2 x )( 8 x )

WE = WI M p =

4

For maximum,

dM P

=0

dx

x = 2.75 m

5 ( 5 + 2 x )( 8 x )

Mp =

= 68.91 kNm

4

Design plastic moment of resistance, ( largest of the above ) , M p = 68.91 kNm

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P

A

A/2

A

P

D

A/2

A

SI = 4 2 = 2

1 D

1.

Due tto hinges

hi

d

developing

l i att A,

A B and

dD

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Equilibrium:

Hinges at A, B and D

Mp

>Mp

Mp

Mp

Pu A

4

Pu A

4

88M

Mp

Pu A

= M p + M p Pu =

4

A

Moment at E is greater than Mp. Hence this mechanism is

not possible.

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Hinges at B and E

Mp

Mp

Mp

Pu A

4

Pu A

4

Mp

6M p

Pu A

= Mp +

Pu =

4

2

A

Pu =

6M p

A

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Virtual work:

A

A/2

P

B

A/2

A

SI = 4 2 = 2

Hinges at A, B and D

8M p

A

Pu = M p ( + 2 + ) Pu =

A

2

Hinges at B and E

6M p

A

Pu = M p ( + 2 ) Pu =

A

2

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W

A

L/2

L/2

2 Mp

p

Mp

Degree of Indeterminacy

Indeterminacy, N = 0

No.

No of possible plastic hinges,

hinges n = 2 (at A&B)

No.

No of independent mechanisms ,rr = n - N = 2

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Wu

L/2

L/2

/2

L/2

Mp

L

Wu = M p

2

Wu =

Mechanism 1

2M p

L

Wu

L

L

2Mp

Wu L = 2 M p

Wu =

2M p

L

T C ll

TrueCollapse

Load,

L d ( Lowest

L

t off the

th above

b ) ,Wc =

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Mechanism 2

2M p

L

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bending moment of 0.9 Mp. Find out the depth of elastic core.

External bending moment must be

resisted by the internal couple.

Distance of CG from NA,

2 y0

y 2

1d

b y0 y y0 + y0 + by0

y0

2

2

2

2 2

2 3

3

d

4

y

0

y =

=

y

d

12 ( d y0 )

b y0 y + by0

2

2

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I t

Internal

l couple

l (moment

(

t off resistance)

i t

)

y 3d 2 4 y0 2

d

= 2 b y0 y + by0

2 12 ( d y0 )

2

3d 2 4 y0 2

=

b y

12

bd 2

y

External bending moment = 0.9 M p = 0.9 Z p y = 0.9

4

3d 2 4 y0 2

bd 2

b y = 0.9

y

Equating the above,

12

4

y0 = 0.274d

Hence, depth of elastic core = 2 y0 = 0.548d

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Summary

Plastic Theory

factor-redistribution of moments-collapse mechanism-

Kinematic/upper bound theorem-Plastic analysis of beams and

portal frames b

by equilibrium and mechanism methods

methods.

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