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Jie Wang

Other affiliations: Imperial College London
Bio: Jie Wang is an academic researcher from University of Bath. The author has contributed to research in topics: Buckling & Materials science. The author has an hindex of 9, co-authored 21 publications receiving 328 citations. Previous affiliations of Jie Wang include Imperial College London.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the bending strength of hot-finished high strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow sections is investigated and structural design rules for HSS cross-sections are proposed.

116 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, an experimental investigation into the structural performance of compressed high strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow sections is described, which includes tensile coupon tests on flat and corner material, measurements of geometric imperfections, full cross-section tensile tests and stub column tests.

107 citations

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TL;DR: An experimental and numerical study of the flexural buckling behavior of hot-finished high-strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow section (SHS and RHS) columns is presented in this paper.
Abstract: An experimental and numerical study of the flexural buckling behavior of hot-finished high-strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow section (SHS and RHS, respectively) columns is ...

59 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the compressive behavior of CFSST stub columns has been investigated through a comprehensive experimental and numerical program, and new calculation methods developed based on these European and Chinese design rules have been proposed, which were shown to provide improved strength predictions for both the austenitic and duplex CFT members.

35 citations

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TL;DR: This paper illustrates a computational strategy to deal with both issues that may help researchers establish sets of RRD parameters for other important shell systems with greater confidence and accuracy.

30 citations


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TL;DR: In this article, the authors developed constitutive equations for the full engineering stress-strain response of hot-rolled carbon steels, which offer different options for the representation of the strain hardening region and feature an elastic response up to the yield point.

269 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a two-stage Ramberg-Osgood model is used to model the engineering stress-strain response of cold-formed steels, which can be accurately described by the values of the key input parameters.

168 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, the bending strength of hot-finished high strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow sections is investigated and structural design rules for HSS cross-sections are proposed.

116 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, an experimental investigation into the structural performance of compressed high strength steel (HSS) square and rectangular hollow sections is described, which includes tensile coupon tests on flat and corner material, measurements of geometric imperfections, full cross-section tensile tests and stub column tests.

107 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a comprehensive experimental and numerical study of concrete-filled double skin tubular (CFDST) stub columns is presented, where the ultimate load, load-deflection histories and failure modes of the stub columns are reported.
Abstract: A comprehensive experimental and numerical study of concrete-filled double skin tubular (CFDST) stub columns is presented in this paper. A total of 23 tests was carried out on CFDST specimens with austenitic stainless steel circular hollow section (CHS) outer tubes, high strength steel CHS inner tubes, and three different grades of concrete infill (C40, C80 and C120). The ultimate load, load-deflection histories and failure modes of the stub columns are reported. The test results were employed in a parallel numerical simulation programme for the validation of the finite element (FE) model, by means of which an extensive parametric study was undertaken to extend the available results over a wide range of cross-section slendernesses, inner tube strengths and concrete grades. The experimentally and numerically derived data were then employed to assess the applicability of the existing European, Australian and North American design provisions for composite carbon steel members to the design of the studied CFDST cross-sections. Overall, the existing design rules are shown to provide generally safe-sided (less so for the higher concrete grades) but rather scattered capacity predictions. Use of an effective concrete strength is recommended for the higher concrete grades and shown to improve the consistency of the design capacity predictions.

100 citations