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Volume 174, 20183rd Scientific Conference Environmental Challenges in Civil Engineering (ECCE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Design of Buildings, Including Reconstruction and Renovation of Antique Buildings|
|Published online||26 June 2018|
Modelling of elastic-plastic behavior of cables
V. Shimanovsky Ukrainian Institute of Steel Construction, 2/1, V. Shimanovsky str., Kyiv, 02125, Ukraine
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The paper describes general calculation theory and elasticplastic behavior of cables - bearing elements of suspension structural systems. It is mentioned that this theory is based almost on the same assumptions as the theory of cable calculation at behavior of material in elastic range, excluding additional supposition in the part of idealization of real dependence between stresses and deformations on account of difficulties with using the latter in actual structures design. For that reason, this dependence is replaced with a model in the form of analytic curve or, as it is accepted to say in this case, a diagram, which is built according to some simple mathematic rule, reflecting element behavior conditions and characteristics of its material. It is stated that four main models of material behavior are used in practice: elastic-plastic, elastic-plastic with linear hardening, rigid-plastic and rigid-plastic with linear hardening. Conditions of occurrence of plastic deformations in all behavior stages of cable cross section are determined. Interrelations for geometrically and physically nonlinear task of the cable at active loading are provided. Methods are given and limit values of loads acting on the cable are determined. Equations defining parameters of cable deflected mode in all deformation phases and conditions of changing phases of cable behavior are given.
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