Optimum Design of Steel Trapezoidal Box-Girders Using Finite Element Method

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    The target of basic plan is to choose part sizes with the ideal proportioning of the in general auxiliary geometry. Regular steel trapezoidal box-supports have been utilized generally in different designing fields. The target of this examination is to create three-dimensional limited component display for the size improvement of steel trapezoidal box-braces. The limited component programming bundle ANSYS was utilized to decide the ideal cross segment measurement for the steel trapezoidal-box support. Two target capacities were considered in this investigation which are: minimization of the strain vitality and minimization of the volume. The plan factors are the width of the best spine, the width of the base rib, the thickness of the best rib, the thickness of the base rib, the stature of the support and the thickness of the networks. The imperatives considered in this examination are the ordinary and shear worry in steel brace and the dislodging at mid-length of the support. Improvement consequences of steel brace show that the ideal territory of cross segment for the strain vitality minimization is more noteworthy than the ideal for volume minimization by 6 %. The base cross area is the financial structure, hence the volume minimization is more pertinence for steel brace advancement.



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    Ansys; finite element; optimization; steel girder; trapezoidal.

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Article ID: 26130
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.20.26130

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