Compatability Behaviour on Cold Formed Steel for I Section and C Section in Variable Parameters

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This Study represents compatibility on Cold formed steel in I-Section beams and C-section beams with variable length parameters was 1000mm, 1500mm, 2000 mm under simply supported end condition subjected to uniformly distributed loading. The Cold formed steel is of shell type in Numerical simulation is carried out using the Software ABAQUS. For validation the series of parameters studies have been carried out using the numerical model of different parameters, such as the effect of length, width, thickness. CFS I-Section steel in various thickness of 1mm, 2mm, 3mm and 4mm with same loading conditions. CFS C-Section steel in various uneven flange width such as 500mm at the top flange and bottom flange of different width such as 400mm, 300mm, 200mm respectively in variable lengths with various loading conditions and with the thickness of about 1mm. For both I-Section and C-Section Beams the Effective Length ranges, MISES(max and min) and deflections(max and min) were taken for the analyse of the Sections. This study gives the way of finding the effective Section by the analysis of behaviour of I-Section beam and C-Section beam through the deflection results in various length variations in the beam Section using the ABAQUS software for finding the Structural behaviour in the more accuracy manner by applying meshing more finer for the Element Section in the Analyse of beam. The loading condition and the supporting condition applied to the beam section in different loading for getting the effective Section. For further stability in effective section we can use different types of connection.




Logesh, Mr. S., Ramesh, Mr. R., & Padmanaban, Dr. I. (2021). Compatability Behaviour on Cold Formed Steel for I Section and C Section in Variable Parameters. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 10(7), 68–73.

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