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  • 1 Department of Civil Engineering, Tehran Branch Islamic Azad University, Tehran, , Islamic Republic of Iran
  • | 2 Department of Civil Engineering, Malayer University, Malayer 65719-95863, , Islamic Republic of Iran
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Abstract

The behavior of box-shaped columns under heating is investigated. For this purpose, the various sections of thin-wall box-shaped columns were modeled and verified in different temperature ranges by ABAQUS software. The results of this research showed that increasing the thickness leads to increase the buckling stability of column under temperature change. Since the behavior of column will be better than thinner columns under climate change because of the increase in the modulus of elasticity. The solid columns have better buckling stability than hollow columns in normal conditions.

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