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Assumed Young’s modulus for very lean concrete is taken as E = 10 GPa, the expected stiffness of a continuous column from the formula above (with a = 1.0m and h = 1.5m) is k continuous = 1437 kN/m slenderness ratio to … 0000052810 00000 n
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Long columns can be analysed with the Euler column formula. 0000001520 00000 n
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The basic idea of the method is based on some facts about the lateral deformation and stiffness of building structures, which make it possible to consider an equivalent single‐bay single‐story frame module for every story of the real multi‐bay multi‐story frame. 0000000016 00000 n
Calculations show that, for beams which derive their lateral stability mainly from the stiffness of the attached deck, ad- startxref
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A method for calculating these forces is presented here. The block plan contains two holes on its centre line which only very slightly affects column stiffness. The rotational stiffness of a joint is in general calculated according to EN 1993-1-8 Article 6.3. 0000000796 00000 n
lateral bracing conditions of a column; and r is the radius of gyration, reflecting the size and shape of a column cross-section. 0000002963 00000 n
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Therefore, the average lateral distribution factor for the column strip is: 93 81 1 81 0.84 ... the equivalent column stiffness as 169E.