Effects of Sustained Pre-Load on Residual Strength and Stiffness of Concrete-Filled Steel Tube after Exposure to High Temperatures

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This paper experimentally investigated the effects of axial load level on the residual strength and stiffness of concrete-filled steel tubular (CFT) stub columns which were heated and cooled down to room temperature under sustained axial load. Eight stub columns were axially loaded and heated to specified high temperatures in a purpose-built electric furnace. After the specimens cooled down to room temperature while the axial load was kept constant, the stub columns were loaded to failure. The test results show that not only the axial load level and the high temperature exposure have significant effects on the residual strength and stiffness of stub column, but the residual strength index and stiffness index of the fire-damaged CFT stub columns with pre-load are remarkably different from those without pre-load. From the test results, it is recommended that the sustained axial load effects and the fire cooling phase should be taken into consideration in assessing the fire-damaged CFT columns.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 400-402)

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Jingsi Huo, Yan Xiao, Zongjin Li and Shuaib Ahmad

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769-774

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.400-402.769

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J. S. Huo et al., "Effects of Sustained Pre-Load on Residual Strength and Stiffness of Concrete-Filled Steel Tube after Exposure to High Temperatures", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 400-402, pp. 769-774, 2009

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