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Finite element modeling is employed to study the behavior and characteristics of flush end plate, bolted connections. To investigate the failure mechanism and non-linear behavior of the connections a 3D model is created and analyzed using non-linear material models and contacts between components of the connection. The paper shows the good agreement between the experimental and numerical results.

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Iványi M., Iványi P. Numerical study of experimental results of steel connections, Pollack Periodica , Vol. 5, No. 2, 2010, pp. 3–18. Iványi P. Numerical study of experimental results

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–487. Ricles J.M., Sause R., Peng S.W., Lu L.W. Experimental evaluation of earthquake resistant posttensioned steel connections, ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering , Vol. 128, No. 7, 2002, pp. 850–859. Lu L

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Zygomalas M., Iványi P., Baniotopoulos C.C. Pullout of steel bolts from plates in structural steel connections, Proceedings of the 5th National (Greek) Conference on Metal Structures , (in Greek), 2005, pp. 338

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2010 5 3 36 Iványi M., Iványi P. Numerical study of experimental results of steel connections, Pollack Periodica , Vol

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Khairedin Abdalla, Dimitrios Kaziolas, Charalambos Baniotopoulos, and Muneer Badarneh

5 3 36 Iványi M., Iványi P. Numerical study of experimental results of steel connections, Pollack Periodica , Vol. 5, No. 2, 2010, pp. 3

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2007 2 63 73 Iványi P., Iványi M. Numerical study of experimental results of steel connections, Pollack Periodica , Vol

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mbar at 120 °C. The heats of adsorption of adsorbent were measured using Tian–Calvet-type microcalorimetry system which composed of microcalorimeter cell, stainless steel connection tubes, pressure transducers, thermocouples, data logger, and a

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Thermochemical production of hydrogen

Synthesis, characterization, and decomposition of copper oxychloride

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: A. Nixon, M. Ferrandon, M. H. Kaye, and L. Trevani

Corporation, EQ-GSL-110) with a quartz tube and stainless steel connections for gas injection. Since Cl 2 and HCl are two possible reaction products, the outlet tubing was connected to a two-stage scrubber containing a concentrated NaOH solution. In all cases

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