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MECHANICS OF DIAGONAL TENSION FIELD ACTION. Chai H. “Jay” Yoo, Ph.D., P.E. , F. ASCE Professor Emeritus Department of Civil Engineering Auburn University CIVL 7690 July 14, 200 9. Auburn University MECHANICS OF DIAGONAL TENSION FIELD ACTION.

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MECHANICS OF DIAGONAL TENSION FIELD ACTION

Chai H. “Jay” Yoo, Ph.D., P.E., F. ASCE

Professor Emeritus

Department of Civil Engineering

Auburn University

CIVL 7690

July 14, 2009


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  • Yoo, C.H., and Lee, S.C., “Mechanics of Web Panel Postbuckling Behavior in Shear,” Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 132, No. 10, October, 2006

  • A pdf file of the paper can be downloaded from

  • http://www.asce.org/


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Functions of Webs in Plate Girders?

1. Maintain the relative distance

between two flanges.

2. Carry the induced shear.


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Bending Moment & Shear

Bending Moment

Shear


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AASHTO LRFD (2007) Article 6.10.2Cross-Section Proportion


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Minimum Steel Thickness?

5/16 (0.3125) in. for all main members

per AASHTO LRFD Article 6.7.3

- corrosive environment

- weldability


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Background

• It is desired to use as thin a web panel as you can get by

 elastic buckling becomes a major concern

• In 1886, Wilson considered the possibility of utilizing postbuckling strength

• In 1931, Wagner demonstrated the tension field action


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  • A postbuckling mode shape of a super thin high strength wire is shown.

  • Although a considerable postbuckling strength is available at this stage of deformation, it is highly impractical to use in practical design.


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C

Elastic buckling curve

AASHTO LRFD (2007)

1.0

T1

T2

Yield zone

Elastic buckling

zone

Transition zone

0

1.12

1.40

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Shear Strength Curve


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  • There were no reliable analytical tools available to examine nonlinear behavior in the 1960s and 1970s.

  • Postbuckling is a very complex nonlinear response.

  • More than a dozen simplified and linearized models and their derivatives for the postbuckling behavior of web panels subjected to shear were a futile exercise.

  • The analysis of web panels has remained elusive for nearly 50 years and various researchers have agreed to disagree.


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Plastic Hinge

Plastic Hinge

(a) Basler (1963)

(b) Fujii (1968, 1971)

(d) Steinhardt and

Schroter (1971)

(c) Porter et al. (1975)

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Incorrect Tension Field Models


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B

A

b/2

V

V

C

C

b/2

φ

do

A

B

Fs

tσt

φ

C

C

O

V/2

Fw

Fw

V/2

Ff +ΔFf

Ff

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Free body diagram (Basler 1963)


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  • Both Basler and Rockey theories were calibrated with extensive test data. “Calibration=Finagling?”

  • The aspect ratio of those specimens were mostly equal to one.

  • The steel industry wants to increase the aspect ratio for economic reasons.

  • As the test data cannot be extrapolated, old design provisions stuck.


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Out-of-plane displacement at center of web panel (mm)

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Ultimate Strength vs. Flange Size


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(a) Shear stress

(b) Diagonal tension

(c) Diagonal compression

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Stress Development at Prebuckling Stage


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2

2

 -cr

 -cr

1

1

t

(a) Diagonal tension

(b) No diagonal compression

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Incomplete Stress State after Buckling


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Displacement (mm)

at the center of the panel

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Out-of-plane Displacement

Vertical and horizontal strips


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Horizontal direction

Vertical direction

1 /Fyw

2 /Fyw

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Normal Stresses in Vertical Strip


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1

Fyw

2

Fyw

Normal Stresses in Horizontal Strip

Horizontal direction

Vertical direction


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Buckling stage

Ultimate stage

  • Tension

     Compression

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Principal Stresses under Pure Shear


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Diagonal tension

Vu/2

Diagonal

compression

Vu/2

Vu

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Diagonal Stress Diagram at Ultimate Stage


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Compression diagonal of web panel

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w

tw

Lateral Deflection along Compression Diagonal


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Tension-Field in Plate Girder


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Transverse

Stiffener

Left Edge

Simple Support

Transverse

Stiffener

S. S.

I=Is

I=4Is

I=6Is

S. S.

S. S.

S. S.

Web Width

(Left Panel)

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2

Fyw

Effect of Transverse Stiffener


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  • Since the moment of inertia of the transverse stiffener is proportional to the cube of the width of the stiffener, the width only needs to be increased to 1.8 times the old width [6^(1/3)=1.8].

  • The placement of transverse stiffeners helps shipping and handling of the slender girders by making the girder torsionally stiff. Wider transverse stiffeners are beneficial to this concern.


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Conclusions

  • All previous tension field (postbuckling) models including those by Basler and Rockey were incorrect. All forces developed during postbuckling are in a self-equilibrating force system.

  • There is no net axial compressive force developed in an intermediate transverse stiffener. Hence, the current area requirement for a transverse stiffener is irrelevant.

  • There is no need to distinguish the end panel from the interior panel. Tension field action can take place in the end panel.

  • There is no truss action that takes place as suggested by Basler (American model).


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Plastic Hinge

Plastic Hinge

(a) Basler (1963)

(b) Fujii (1968, 1971)

(d) Steinhardt and

Schroter (1971)

(c) Porter et al. (1975)

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Incorrect Tension Field Models


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Conclusions (continued)

  • There is no need to have sturdy flanges present in order to develop tension field action as suggested by Rockey (British model ).

  • Transverse stiffeners need to have sufficient stiffnesses (moment of inertia) in order to form and maintain nodal lines during the history of postbuckling.

  • All design specifications regarding the tension field action, AISC, AASHTO, BS 5400, Eurocode 3, must be revised.

  • All current steel design textbooks in the world incorporating erroneous theories must be revised.


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Samford Hall,

Auburn University

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Questions?


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