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Advances in Steel Structures (ICASS '99) by Siu-Lai Chan, J.G. Teng

By Siu-Lai Chan, J.G. Teng

Those volumes of lawsuits include nine invited keynote papers and 126 contributed papers to be provided on the moment foreign convention on Advances in metal buildings hung on 15-17 December 1999 in Hong Kong. The convention is a sequel to the overseas convention on Advances in metal constructions held in Hong Kong in December 1996. The convention will supply a discussion board for dialogue and dissemination through researchers and architects of modern advances within the research, behaviour, layout and development of metal constructions. The papers to be awarded on the convention hide a large spectrum of themes and have been contributed from over 15 nations worldwide. They file the present state-of-the artwork and aspect to destiny instructions of structural metal learn.

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The hysteresis parameter for a spatial member at nth loading can be expressed as the same as the plane member, Shen at al. (1998), if the ~o denotes the yield function of the spatial member. ~ IDidA~ D(7) A is the area of the ith subsection, D, is the damage index of the ith subsection. ~o is the yield function for the spatial member. ~os,. and ~Op,, denote the value of initial yield and the perfect yield during the nth loading, respectively, and k is the strain hardening coefficient. The yield function for the spatial member has been developed by many authors, Chen and Austra (1976), Duan and Chen (1990), Kitipomchai et al.

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