# STESSA 2003 - Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas

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STESSA 2003 - Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas book

# STESSA 2003 - Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas

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STESSA 2003 - Behaviour of Steel Structures in Seismic Areas book

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Presenting a comprehensive overview of recent developments in the field of seismic resistant steel structures, this volume reports upon the latest progress in theoretical and experimental research into the area, and groups findings in the following key sections:

· performance-based design of structures

· structural integrity under exceptional loading

· material and member behaviour

· connections

· global behaviour

· moment resisting frames

· passive and active control

· strengthening and repairing

· codification

· design and application

## TABLE OF CONTENTS

part 1|69 pages

Performance based design of structures

chapter 1|6 pages

#### A simplified numerical method for a ductility design of concrete-filled steel piers with octagonal cross-section

chapter 2|7 pages

#### Treatment of P-Δ effect in a displacement-based design procedure of steel moment resisting frames

chapter 3|6 pages

#### Performance-based design and simulation-based structural reliability assessment procedure

chapter 4|6 pages

#### Partial q-factor values for performance based design of MR frames

chapter 5|7 pages

#### Feasibility of pushover analysis for estimation of strength demands

chapter 6|7 pages

#### Performance evaluation of buckling-restrained braces in damage-controlled structures

chapter 7|10 pages

#### Strength reduction factors for performance based seismic design

chapter 8|7 pages

#### Performance-based design for truss-frame structures using energy dissipation devices

chapter 9|7 pages

#### Optimal design of steel structures for multi-level criteria

part 2|25 pages

Structural integrity under exceptional actions

chapter 10|7 pages

#### Fire resistance of MR steel frames damaged by earthquakes

chapter 11|7 pages

#### The collapse of the WTC twin towers: preliminary analysis of the original design approach

chapter 12|7 pages

#### Challenges in design of steel structures subjected to exceptional earthquakes

part 3|140 pages

Material and member behaviour

chapter 13|7 pages

#### The influence of notch, temperature and strain rate on strength of metallic materials

chapter 14|7 pages

#### Experimental behavior of shear and flexural yielding links of ASTM A992 steel

chapter 15|7 pages

#### Monotonic and cyclic behaviour of fully encased composite columns and dissipative interpretation for seismic design

chapter 18|5 pages

#### Cyclic testing of light-gauge steel plate shear walls

chapter 19|5 pages

#### Component testing and modeling of buckling restrained “unbonded” braces

chapter 20|6 pages

#### Experimental and analytical evaluation of chevron braces with slotted brace-to-beam connections

chapter 21|7 pages

#### Seismic performance of steel stud shear walls: planning of a testing program

chapter 22|7 pages

#### Cyclic behavior of slender composite members - assessment based on experimental tests

chapter 23|6 pages

#### Test on complete failure of steel columns subjected to cyclic loading

chapter 24|6 pages

#### Shear-moment interaction in plastic design: eccentrically braced frames

chapter 25|7 pages

#### Evaluation of maximum strength of notched steel components

chapter 26|7 pages

#### Shear analysis and design of ductile steel plate walls

chapter 27|6 pages

#### Design of steel plate shear walls in high-rise buildings

chapter 28|7 pages

#### Performance of steel roof deck diaphragms under simulated earthquake loading

chapter 30|5 pages

#### Steel columnar member resistance to dynamic instability under transverse excitation

chapter 31|7 pages

#### Experimental study on inelastic lateral torsional buckling of H-shaped steel beam-columns

chapter 32|6 pages

#### Cyclic behavior of steel and composite shear wall systems

part 4|149 pages

Connections

chapter 33|6 pages

#### Capacity design of welded steel MRF connections

chapter 34|5 pages

#### Welding connection and determination of the rupture limit and restraint degree in plastic design

chapter 35|8 pages

#### Seismic design of beam-to-column connections for steel-concrete composite moment resisting frames

chapter 36|7 pages

#### A deformation limit state for single plate shear connections subject to seismic loading

chapter 37|7 pages

#### Influence of column web stiffening on the seismic behaviour of beam-to-column joints

chapter 38|7 pages

#### Experimental behaviour of end plate I-beam to concrete-filled rectangular hollow section column joints under cyclic loading

chapter 40|6 pages

#### Parametric study of the behavior of composite beams in joints to exterior column

chapter 41|7 pages

#### Experimental studies on full-scale post-tensioned seismic-resistant steel moment connections

chapter 42|6 pages

#### Seismic detailing of column stiffeners in steel moment-resisting connections

chapter 43|7 pages

#### Cyclic behavior and low-cycle fatigue of semi-rigid connections (Part I: bolted angle connections)

chapter 44|7 pages

#### Cyclic behavior and low-cycle fatigue of semi-rigid connections (Part II: bolted T-stub connections)

chapter 45|6 pages

#### Quasi-static loading tests on moment-rotation behavior of top- and seat-angle connections

chapter 46|8 pages

#### Seismic rotation capacity and lateral bracing for US steel moment connections

chapter 47|7 pages

#### Numerical and experimental behavior of beam-to-column extended end plate connections

chapter 48|6 pages

#### Behaviour of link-to-column connections in steel eccentrically braced frames

chapter 49|6 pages

#### Monotonic and cyclic behaviour of steel-concrete composite joints

chapter 50|6 pages

#### Mechanical behavior of bolted beam-to-column connections with panel zone yielding

chapter 51|9 pages

#### Effects of concrete slabs on the behavior of steel beam-to-column joints: experimental and numerical study

chapter 52|7 pages

#### Analytical studies on deep column-to-beam welded steel moment connections

part 5|106 pages

Global behaviour

chapter 53|7 pages

#### The effect of repeated earthquakes on steel structures

chapter 54|7 pages

#### Detailed analysis of energy dissipation capabilities of partially-restrained steel-concrete composite frames subjected to seismic loading

chapter 55|7 pages

#### Role of damping in the design of a 40-story framed tube building

chapter 57|5 pages

#### Seismic interaction between adjacent steel structures under P-Delta effects: a numerical approach

chapter 58|7 pages

#### Pushover analysis in the evaluation of the seismic response of steel frames

chapter 59|7 pages

#### Failure mode control of seismic resistant EB-frames

chapter 60|6 pages

#### Seismic response of multi story concentrically braced steel frames including accidental torsion

chapter 61|6 pages

#### Shaking table tests on rocking structural systems installed yielding base plates in steel frames

chapter 62|7 pages

#### Control of global performance of seismic resistant EBF with removable link

chapter 63|8 pages

#### Seismic behavior of three fundamental framing systems

chapter 64|7 pages

#### Behaviour and design of multi-storey zipper concentrically braced steel frames for the mitigation of soft-storey response

chapter 65|7 pages

#### Flexural demand on partially-encased composite columns in multi-storey concentrically braced steel frames

chapter 66|6 pages

#### Seismic evaluation of steel buildings

part 6|98 pages

Moment resisting frames

chapter 67|8 pages

#### Seismic design of steel MRF: remarks on the basis of non-linear static and dynamic procedures

chapter 68|7 pages

#### Dissipative seismic performance of composite moment resisting frames including realistic behaviour of joints

chapter 69|7 pages

#### Seismic demands on post-tensioned energy dissipating moment-resisting steel frames

chapter 70|7 pages

#### Analytical studies of steel MRFs with CFT columns under earthquake loading conditions

chapter 71|6 pages

#### Seismic response analysis of steel frame with mixed use of rigid and semi-rigid connections

chapter 72|8 pages

#### Simplified non-linear dynamic response analysis on moment-resisting frames

chapter 73|6 pages

#### Effect of vertical vibration on story drift, column axial force and beam acceleration of steel moment frames subjected to near-fault motions

chapter 74|4 pages

#### Effects of higher modes and seismic frequency content on the accuracy of pushover analysis of steel frames

chapter 75|7 pages

#### The influence of design criteria on the seismic reliability of steel frames

chapter 76|7 pages

#### Effects of connection fracture on seismic system behavior of a simple steel moment frame

chapter 77|9 pages

#### Seismic performance of ductile steel moment resisting frames designed according to Eurocode 3 and Eurocode 8. First step for Eurocode 8 calibration

chapter 78|7 pages

#### Seismic response of steel frames with reduced beam sections

chapter 79|6 pages

#### Low-cycle fatigue approach to damage assessment of steel frames in seismic conditions

part 7|79 pages

Passive and active control

chapter 80|6 pages

#### On pseudo-elastic provisions in structures with second-order geometric effects

chapter 81|9 pages

#### Pure aluminium shear panels as passive control system for seismic protection of steel moment resisting frames

chapter 82|6 pages

#### Determining optimal damper sizes in a steel frame structure using structural control concepts

chapter 83|6 pages

#### Seismic behavior of steel MRFs with UHDNR structural dampers

chapter 84|6 pages

#### A mathematical model of tall buildings with passive absorb systems under dynamic loadings

chapter 85|6 pages

#### US design procedure of steel moment frames with viscous dampers

chapter 86|7 pages

#### Semi-active magnetorheological dampers applied to a steel building

chapter 87|8 pages

#### Steel dome structure with viscoelastic dampers for seismic damage mitigation

chapter 88|7 pages

#### Seismic response of post-tensioned steel moment resisting frames with friction devices

chapter 89|6 pages

#### Large-scale experimental validation of a design criterion for damped braced steel structures

chapter 90|7 pages

#### Dynamic performance of steel buildings with the vibration control system using non-structural members

part 8|73 pages

Strengthening and repairing

chapter 91|4 pages

#### Structural consolidation work using tie-beams equipped with non-conventional linking devices

chapter 92|6 pages

#### Seismic retrofitting of moment resisting frames using low yield steel panels as shear walls

chapter 93|8 pages

#### Design criteria for RBS in MR frame retrofitting

chapter 94|6 pages

#### Earthquake upgrading of R.C. frames by steel dissipating braces

chapter 95|6 pages

#### Seismic performance of PR frames in areas of infrequent seismicity

chapter 96|7 pages

#### Seismic retrofitting method for circular steel column members by CFRP

chapter 97|7 pages

#### Seismic retrofitting of steel braced frames by using viscoelastic dissipative devices

chapter 98|8 pages

#### Full-scale testing of different seismic upgrading metal techniques on an existing RC building

chapter 99|9 pages

#### Dissipative steel structures for seismic up-grading of long-bay masonry buildings

chapter 100|7 pages

#### Seismic retrofitting method for steel columns installing energy absorption segment

part 9|107 pages

Codification, design and application