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Zhong Tianchen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

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Enrique Mirambell – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Flexural behaviour of Stainless Steel beams
    Engineering Structures, 2005
    Co-Authors: Esther Real, Enrique Mirambell
    Abstract:

    Abstract The present investigation studies the effect of the material non-linearity on the deflection calculation of Stainless Steel beams. A comparative analysis of experimental results and those obtained by means of different analytical methods is presented. This comparative analysis includes experimental results on deflection obtained from several tested Stainless Steel beams. The methods studied are the simplified method proposed in Eurocode 3, Part 1-4, ENV-1993-1-4: Design of Steel Structures. General Rules–Supplementary Rules for Stainless Steel, and different methods based on a numerical model that takes into account the material non-linearity. Finally, a new method for calculation of deflections considering the material non-linearity is proposed. It is based on an analytical expression of the moment–curvature relationship for Stainless Steel cross-sections.

  • Shear buckling stress in Stainless Steel plate girders
    Fourth International Conference on Advances in Steel Structures, 2005
    Co-Authors: I. Estrada, Esther Real, Enrique Mirambell
    Abstract:

    Publisher Summary The chapter discusses shear buckling stress in Stainless Steel plate girders. The main advantage of Stainless Steel is its natural corrosion resistance which makes it one of the most durables materials in construction, as well as a material with excellent aesthetics and ease of maintenance. The use of Stainless Steel in construction is becoming increasingly common but due to the lack of knowledge about the actual response of the material, its use as a structural resisting material remains limited. As a relatively new structural material, there are no fully developed design rules included in the standards and in the design manuals that could make a full competitive design of Stainless Steel structures possible. The chapter presents two series of numerical analyses conducted in panels under a shear to evaluate the influence of the material non-linearity and to investigate the effects of geometric parameters of a Stainless Steel plate girder on the boundary conditions of the web panel. Results obtained permit to determine shear buckling stress more realistically for a Stainless Steel webs.

Syed Altaf Khalid – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The comparison of frictional resistance in titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and Stainless Steel brackets using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires: An in vitro study.
    Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences, 2012
    Co-Authors: Syed Altaf Khalid, Vadivel Kumar, Prithviraj Jayaram
    Abstract:

    Aim: The aim of the study was to compare the frictional resistance of titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and titanium molybdenum alloy (TMA) archwires. Materials and Methods: We compared the frictional resistance in 0.018 slot and 0.022 slot of the three brackets – titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel – using Stainless Steel archwires and TMA archwires. An in vitro study of simulated canine retraction was undertaken to evaluate the difference in frictional resistance between titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires. Results and Conclusion: We compared the frictional resistance of titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires, with the help of Instron Universal Testing Machine. One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), Student’s t test, and post hoc multiple range test at level of

  • The comparison of frictional resistance in titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and Stainless Steel brackets using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires: An in vitro study.
    Journal of pharmacy & bioallied sciences, 2012
    Co-Authors: Syed Altaf Khalid, Vadivel Kumar, Prithviraj Jayaram
    Abstract:

    The aim of the study was to compare the frictional resistance of titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and titanium molybdenum alloy (TMA) archwires. We compared the frictional resistance in 0.018 slot and 0.022 slot of the three brackets – titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel – using Stainless Steel archwires and TMA archwires. An in vitro study of simulated canine retraction was undertaken to evaluate the difference in frictional resistance between titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires. We compared the frictional resistance of titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and conventional Stainless Steel brackets, using Stainless Steel and TMA archwires, with the help of Instron Universal Testing Machine. One-way analysis of variance (ANOVA), Student’s “t” test, and post hoc multiple range test at level of <0.05 showed statistically significant difference in the mean values of all groups. Results demonstrated that the titanium, self-ligating Stainless Steel, and Stainless Steel brackets of 0.018-inch and 0.022-inch slot had no significant variations in frictional résistance. The self-ligating bracket with TMA archwires showed relatively less frictional resistance compared with the other groups. The titanium bracket with TMA archwires showed relatively less frictional resistance compared with the Stainless Steel brackets.

Esther Real – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Flexural behaviour of Stainless Steel beams
    Engineering Structures, 2005
    Co-Authors: Esther Real, Enrique Mirambell
    Abstract:

    Abstract The present investigation studies the effect of the material non-linearity on the deflection calculation of Stainless Steel beams. A comparative analysis of experimental results and those obtained by means of different analytical methods is presented. This comparative analysis includes experimental results on deflection obtained from several tested Stainless Steel beams. The methods studied are the simplified method proposed in Eurocode 3, Part 1-4, ENV-1993-1-4: Design of Steel Structures. General Rules–Supplementary Rules for Stainless Steel, and different methods based on a numerical model that takes into account the material non-linearity. Finally, a new method for calculation of deflections considering the material non-linearity is proposed. It is based on an analytical expression of the moment–curvature relationship for Stainless Steel cross-sections.

  • Shear buckling stress in Stainless Steel plate girders
    Fourth International Conference on Advances in Steel Structures, 2005
    Co-Authors: I. Estrada, Esther Real, Enrique Mirambell
    Abstract:

    Publisher Summary The chapter discusses shear buckling stress in Stainless Steel plate girders. The main advantage of Stainless Steel is its natural corrosion resistance which makes it one of the most durables materials in construction, as well as a material with excellent aesthetics and ease of maintenance. The use of Stainless Steel in construction is becoming increasingly common but due to the lack of knowledge about the actual response of the material, its use as a structural resisting material remains limited. As a relatively new structural material, there are no fully developed design rules included in the standards and in the design manuals that could make a full competitive design of Stainless Steel structures possible. The chapter presents two series of numerical analyses conducted in panels under a shear to evaluate the influence of the material non-linearity and to investigate the effects of geometric parameters of a Stainless Steel plate girder on the boundary conditions of the web panel. Results obtained permit to determine shear buckling stress more realistically for a Stainless Steel webs.