Implications for Limit State Design of Inverted V Braced Steel Structures

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by Hiroyuki Yamanouchi, Building Research Inst, Japan,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Seismic Engineering: Research and Practice

Abstract: Inverted V braced steel structures with backup ductile moment-resisting frames forming a dual system, exhibit complex inelastic behavior under severe seismic excitations. Thus, current design procedures for this structural system may be still inadequate in reflecting its peculiar properties. In this paper, a simple and practical method for safe design of such a dual system is presented with experimental verification.

Subject Headings: Steel structures | Steel frames | Load and resistance factor design | Bracing | Structural behavior | Ductility | Moment (mechanics) |

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