BEAM TO COLUMN RIGID CONNECTION FRICTION TYPE CONNECTION USING HIGH STRENGTH BOLTS ACCORDING E.C.O.P.2001 1

BEAM TO COLUMN RIGID CONNECTION FRICTION TYPE CONNECTION USING HIGH STRENGTH BOLTS ACCORDING E.C.O.P.2001

Rigid beam-to-column connections are generally subjected to axial and shear forces in addition to bending and torsional moments. Design equation for end-plate thickness of these connections has been extensively investigated  Friction-type connections are widely used to connect steel members where slipping is not permitted under serviceability loads. The friction developed between the faying surfaces transfers the design shear …

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