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# SAB 3233 C1

Lecture 4

## Design of Compression Member – Column

Columns and struts carry load primarily in compression along their length,
and are found in most building structures.

## Columns, sometimes referred to as stanchions, and struts are structural

elements which support compressive loads primarily along their
longitudinal axes.

## Column generally referred to vertical compression member supporting

floors and/or roofs in structural frames. In many cases such members
are subjected to both axial and bending effects.

## Columns are an essential part of modern framed buildings.

In some instances, these columns may additionally be required to carry
lateral wind load and bending due to eccentricity of the end reaction of
floor beams.
However, axial compression is normally the predominant effect

- Due to eccentricity
- Rigid frame

Types of cross-section
Dominant mode of failure to be considered is axial buckling. Buckling
normally expected to occur about the weakest axis.

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CHS

SHS

UC

UB

Column Behaviour

## Depend on whether Stocky or Slender.

Short and stocky column under axial load will experience bending stress

## In practice, the failure load of steel columns is associated with buckling;

this is related to the column slenderness. Instead of just axially
shortening in length, it buckles and deforms perpendicular to its axis.
This value of load is called the buckling load. When a column has reached
its buckling load it has effectively failed as a structural element and is

## In general the performance of column and its ultimate strength is based

upon the slenderness and design strength py.

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## In practice, the failure load of steel columns is

associated with buckling; this is related to the
column slenderness. Instead of just axially
shortening in length, it buckles and deforms
perpendicular to its axis. This value of load is called
the buckling load. When a column has reached its
buckling load it has effectively failed as a structural
element and is incapable of sustaining the load.

## In general the performance of column and its

ultimate strength is based upon the slenderness
and material strength fy.

## Development of Column formulae

Column buckling was first investigated by Euler who established that the
buckling strength is inversely proportional to the square of the
slenderness ratio.

2
EI
Ncr
L2 (1)

## where, Ncr = Euler collapse load.

E = Modulus of elasticity of the material of construction of the column.
I = Moment of inertia of the column section.
L = Length of the pin-ended column.

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σe = π2E./(L/i)2

## This relationship can be represented graphically as a graph of buckling

stress against (L/i). Clearly the value of (L/i) is of considerable
importance in determining the ability of a column to carry load without
buckling.

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Perry observed:
• All columns contain imperfections and will deflect laterally from
• The maximum stress along the column length will occur at mid-
height and on the inner surface
• The maximum stress will comprise 2 components – axial stress and
bending stress
• Failure may be assumed when the maximum stress reaches yield

Robertson contribution:
• The bending stress component is a function of the lateral
deflection, which is, in turn, an amplification of the initial
imperfection e0,d
• Robertson determined suitable values for these initial
imperfections for a range of structural cross-sections
• Eurocode 3 uses the Perry-Robertson concept
• Five different imperfection amplitudes are included (through the
imperfection factor a), giving five buckling curves

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## Design of Axially Loaded Column

Verification

NEd Nc ,Rd

NEd Nb,Rd

Cross-section resistance
Af y
N c , Rd for Class 1, 2 or 3 sections
M0

Aeff f y
N c , Rd for Class 4 sections
M0

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## Compression buckling resistance Nb,Rd:

A fy
Nb,Rd For Class 1, 2 & 3
M1

A eff fy
Nb,Rd For Class 4
M1

1
2 2 0 ,5
1
( )
2
0,5 (1 ( 0.2) )

## The non-dimensional slenderness used in EC3 is defined as:

E 1
fcr fcr fy Afy

1
E 1 fcr Ncr
fy fy

A fy
for Class1, 2 and3
Ncr

A eff fy
for Class 4
Ncr

Ncr is the elastic critical buckling load for the relevant buckling mode
based on the gross properties of the cross-section

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Buckling ao a b c d
curve
Imperfection 0.13 0.21 0.34 0.49 0.76
factor

2
EI
Ncr 2
L

Buckling
curve
Buckling
axis S275
S460
S355
S420
y–y a a0
b tf ≤ 40 mm
z-z b a0
z
h/b > 1.2
40 mm < tf y–y b a
tw ≤ 100 mm z-z c a
Rolled I-
sections h y
y
y–y b a
tf ≤ 100 mm
z-z c a
r h/b ≤ 1.2
tf
y–y d c
tf > 100 mm
z z-z d c
z
z y–y b b
Welded tf ≤ 40 mm
z-z c c
I- y y y y

sections tf tf
y–y c c
tf > 40 mm
z z z-z d d

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## Generally the effective length always depends on the restraint at both

end of the column.

End restraint (in the plane under consideration) Buckling length Lcr

## Effectively restrained in direction at

0.7 L
both ends
Partially restrained in direction at
Effectively held 0.85 L
both ends
in position at
both ends Restrained in direction at one end 0.85 L

1.0 L
end

## One end Other end

Effectively restrained in
1.2 L
direction
Effectively held
in position and Not held Partially restrained in
1.5 L
restrained in in position direction
direction
Not restrained in
2.0 L
direction

1.0L

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EXAMPLE

## Column of pinned based is to resist

combined action from the reaction of
beams R1 and R2.

Lzz = 4300mm

R1

R2

Solution

Classification

Flange:

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Web
cw = 160.8
cw/tw = 160.8/8 = 20.1 ≤ 33ε Class 1

## Assuming the critical length 0.85L

Verification

Compression resistance

## NEd ≤ Nc,Rd cross section check

Buckling resistance

## For minor axis z-z

Lcr = 0.85x4300 = 3655 mm
A fy
Nb,Rd Eq (6.47)
M1

1
2 2 0 ,5
1 Eq (6.49)
( )

2
0,5 (1 ( 0.2) )

A fy
for Class1, 2 and3
Ncr

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Therefore

Therefore

Discussion

## (i) Effect of tie beam to column

(ii) Torsional and torsional-flexural buckling resistance…Cl
6.3.1.4(1)
(iii) Load from the upper floor

## Design of axial compression column with moment (Cl )

Normally for column of rigid construction.
In this case two types of verification are required.

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N Ed M y , Ed M z , Ed
1.0
N pl , Rd M c , y , Rd M c , z , Rd For Class 1, 2, and 3

## The buckling verification given in 6.3.3 (Eq 6.61 and Eq 6.62) of

BS EN 1993-1-1 may be simplified to:

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## Example (Column of Rigid Construction)

A braced column 4.5 m long is subjected to the factored end loads and
moments about y-y axis as shown in Figure 1. The column is held in
position but only partially restrained in direction at the ends. Check that
880 kN
z
y
35kNm

y
z

12 kNm
kNm
880 kN
Section classification

Ag = 66.4cm2
t = 12.5 mm 40 mm , fy = 275N/mm2

= (235/275)0.5 = 0.92
Flange:
cf =

Web:

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cw = 160.8

cw / tw = 160.8/7.9 = 20.35

But
Therefore take
As

Class 1

## Therefore cross section is Class 1

Verification:

(1)Cross-sectional resistance

N Ed M y , Ed M z , Ed
1.0
Nc, Rd M c, y , Rd M c, z , Rd

NEd = 880 kN

## The design plastic moment resistance for major axis (y-y);

880 35
0 0.48 0.25 0.73 1.0 OK!!
1826 140.3

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AND

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Exercise

tegar.

## (a) Analisis struktur tersebut bagi menentukan momen di sambungan

dan juga beban paksi yang di alami oleh kerangka tersebut.
(b) Dapatkan saiz keratan rasuk UB yang sesuai digunakan sebagai
tiang dan rasuk bagi struktur tersebut.

20 kN/m
E
40kN

B C

6m 4m
5m

D
A

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only.

eccentricity.

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## Design of Column in Simple Construction

not to be considered. For design purpose, all beams
supported by column at any one level are assumed to be fully

## (ii) The bending moment in the column can be assume due to

beam reaction acted at a distance of 100 mm from the face
of the column.

(a)
reaction
e

Cap packing
plate

(b)

## For roof truss with simple connection

that cannot develop significant
moment, the eccentricity may be
neglected.

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(c)

should be taken as 100 mm
from the face of column or
at the center of the length of
stiff bearing, = whichever
is greater

e =h/2 +100

e = t/2 + 100

e = b/2 +100

(iv) For multi-storey column, net moment at any one level should
be distributed between upper column and lower column of
that level in proportion of their bending stiffness I/L.

L1

L2

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## For column in simple construction, the following relationship by “Acess-

steel document SN048 needs to be satisfied

## when certain criteria are met:

i.e i) hot rolled I,H or RHS
ii) section class 1, 2, or 3 under compression
iii) BMD about each axis are linear
iv) The bending moment ratio ψi (as defined in Table B.3)…..

Example
Column subjected to axial load and moment (nominal) – Simple
Construction.
L = 4300 mm

Elevation

230kN

Column size
180kN 170kN
203x203x52UC
300kN

Plan

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Solution

## NEd = 300+230+180+170 = 880 kN

Cross-section classification:

Flange:

## cf/tf = 87.75/12.5 = 7.02 ≤ 9ε Class 1

Web:

cw = 160.8

cw / tw = 160.8/7.9 = 20.35

But
Therefore take
As

Class 1

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Eccentricity:

h 206.2
e y
2
100
2
100 203.1mm

t w 7.9
e z
2
100
2
100 104 mm

## M1,z,Ed = (180-170)104 = 1.04 kNm

Note:
For multi-storey building the bending moment are distributed in
propotion to bending stiffness I/L of the upper and lower column!!!!!!!!!

ψyMy,Ed ψzMz,Ed

## Since the base of column is nominally pinned, ψ = 0

Axial force ratio:

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From Eq.(6.49)

Where :

From Eq.(6.50)

## Appropriate buckling curve depend on h/b:

From Table 6.2;
h/b = 206.2/204.3 = 1.0 < 1.2, and tf = 12.5 < 100 mm

From Table 6.1;

Therefore

Then

ok!

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Determine Nz,b,Rd

## Appropriate curve depend on h/b

From Table 6.2;
h/b = 206.2/204.3 = 1.0 < 1.2, and tf = 12.5 < 100 mm

From Table 6.1;

Therefore

Then

## can also determined directly from Figure 6.4 of buckling cuves

Therefore

Determine My,b,Rd

Where and

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## Appropriate buckling curve;

h/b = 206.2/204.3 = 1.0 < 2.0 Table 6.5
use curve ‘b’; Table 6.3

Cl 6.3.2.2(1)

## Recommendation by ‘Access-steel document SN003,

1.0 =………..kNm

TO BE CONTINUE BY STUDENTS

## may also determine conservatively by using

recommendation by ‘Steel Building Design:Concise Eurocode’ pp
53.

and

## Therefore refer buckling curve Figure 6.4

Thus

Determine Mz,cb,Rd

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Verification:

Assignment 60
60
145
145 90
295

90
3.0 m

200 200
340
340 260
800
260
3.5 m