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Effect of torsional fastener resistance on the lateral response of a rail-tie structure

Arnold D. Kerr

Effect of torsional fastener resistance on the lateral response of a rail-tie structure

by Arnold D. Kerr

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Published by Dept. of Transportaton, Federal Railroad Administration, Office of Research and Development, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- Track.

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    StatementArnold D. Kerr.
    SeriesReport - Federal Railroad Administration ; no. FRA/ORD-78/35, Report (National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)) -- no. FRA/ORD-77/35.
    ContributionsUnited States. Federal Railroad Administration. Office of Research and Development.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
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    Open LibraryOL15230012M

    Lateral torsional buckling resistance. A laterally unrestrained member subject to major axis bending is verified against lateral-torsional buckling by the relationship: where: M Ed is the design value of the moment; M b,Rd is the design buckling resistance moment. •The influence of the section geometry on the torsional resistance is different for open and closed profiles. • For open profiles, the torsion resistance is influenced by the third power of the section thickness and linear by the measure for the section geometry. However, for closed profiles the torsion resistance is influenced linear by the section thickness and by the third power of the.

      The best analogy for lateral torsional buckling is a person on a tight rope. As the rope gets longer, it will become more difficult for the person to remain balanced as the twist of . LATERAL-TORSIONAL RESPONSE OF LOW-RISE TIMBER BUILDINGS. T. R. NAIK (I) S. KALISZKY (II) L. A. SOLTIS (III) Presenting Author: L. A. SOLTIS. SUMMARY. Knowing the combined lateral and torsional response of a light-frame timber structure is important for seismic design. A three-dimensional The effects of the joints.

    The effects of warping of the end sections on the resistance and reliability of steel beams is studied. For this purpose, bending of the beam was introduced, firstly with forces on the end sections, and secondly by rotating the end sections. Keywords— Static, resistance, steel, beam, lateral torsionalFile Size: KB. coupling) are required, torsional analysis of rotating equipment is less complicated than lateral analysis. Torsionally it is easier to simplify the mechanical parts of a machine train into stiffnesses and inertias. Bearings and damping have little effect on the calculations. For simple systems, closed form equations often suffice to yield accurate.


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Effect of torsional fastener resistance on the lateral response of a rail-tie structure by Arnold D. Kerr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Effect of torsional fastener resistance on the lateral response of a rail-tie structure. Washington: Federal Railroad Administration, Office of Research and Development ; Springfield, Va.: Available through the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication.

means it’s official. Federal government websites often end Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you're on a federal government site. Effect of Torsional Fastener Resistance on the Lateral Response of a Rail-Tie Structure.

Author. Arnold D. Kerr. Subject Tracks & Structures Keywords: Lateral Deformations of Track, Railroad Track Equations, Fastener Rigidity.

gap sizes in the event of rail breaks. Torsional resistance provided by the spiked tie plates, anchors and fasteners against rail rotation (in-plane-bending) also offers “rigidity” to the track structure, especially against buckling.

Lateral resistance is the reaction offered by the ballast against lateral movement. The effect of increased fastener rotation resistance will be discussed in detail in the next section on techniques to improve lateral resistance of wood ties.

The effect of increasing friction on bottom of ties will be discussed in detail in the next section on. 1 Lateral torsional buckling Lateral torsional buckling is a mode of structural failure in which one or more members (beams, trusses.) of a frame suddenly deflect and twist out of the plane of loading (Trahair [2]).

If it is not prevented in the right way, lateral torsional buckling may reduce the load-carrying-capacity of the structure. Torsional stresses in a steel framed structure are rarely serious enough to require design analysis.

Many times design engineers completely disregard stresses caused by torsion. There are conditions, however, in which tor­ sional loads will produce stresses of sufficient magnitude to require torsional analysis of a structural : David M.

Schaeffer. The presented analysis takes into account the effects of the torsional stiffness of the rail fasteners, the lateral bending stiffness of the cross-ties, and the track gauge to model more.

for Steel Frame Structures Subjected to Lateral Torsional Buckling”, Proceeding of 3rd European Conference on Steel Structures, pp. Coimbra, Portugal. Yuan Z. and Mahendran M., (), “Behaviour of Steel Frame Structures subject to Lateral torsional Buckling effects”, Proceeding of 9 th Nordic’s steel construction.

General. The objectives in designing a building’s lateral resistance to wind and earthquake forces are: to provide a system of shear walls, diaphragms, and interconnections to transfer lateral loads and overturning forces to the foundation; to prevent building collapse in.

The tests compared lateral forces — the primary contributor to cant — that were generated by varying gauge, fastener type and condition, rail profiles and lubrication. In its design orientation, the vertical axis of the rail is tilted slightly to gauge, due to the geometry of the tie plate.

Eccentric distribution of stiffness, damping, and mass of a structure, and spatially non-uniform ground motion input to a long or large base mat of a structure are well-known causes of torsional response.

We have discovered that the torque generated by horizontal displacement and perpendicular inertial force, which we call the Q-Δ effect, can be a cause of torsional by: 1. For these cases, the rail-tie structure is much stiffer because the elastic clips generate a frame-type response in the lateral plane.

Therefore, it is of interest to establish the effect of rotationally stiff fasteners on the safe temperature by: The Effect of Boundary Conditions. The Effect of Loading Conditions.

Lateral‐Torsional Buckling of Singly‐Symmetric Cross‐Sections. Beam‐Columns and Columns. Inelastic Lateral‐Torsional Buckling. Summary. Problems. According to Schladitz (), the torsional resistance of strengthened structures with a rare textile reinforcement might be smaller than the torsional resistance of the old concrete structure.

In this case, it was not absolutely clear if the bars and stirrups reached their yield strength, although this was assumed in the calculations, as shown in Section The presented analysis takes into account the effects of the torsional stiffness of the rail fasteners, the lateral bending stiffness of the cross-ties, and the track gauge to model more accurately.

Elements within a steel frame structure are at risk of buckling under load. If measures are not taken when designing steel elements that recognise this risk, then the likelihood of its failure is significantly increased.

This Technical Guidance Note explains how steel elements are restrained against buckling and what the structural engineer should consider when analysing steel structures with.

Engineering Fundamentals of Threaded Fastener Design and Analysis By Ralph S. Shoberg, P.E., fastener involves turning, advance of the lead screw, and torque, turning moment, so that preload, tension, is produced in the fastener.

These factors are referred to as macro Size: 2MB. Buckling of webs, lateral-torsional stability, torsion, combination of internal forces 8. Fatigue of the structure. 8 15 Elements loaded by axial force 16 Scope of the lecture net cross-section at holes for fasteners (ultimate resistance) M 0 y pl,Rd A f N File Size: KB.

Design of steel beams in torsion SCI PublICatIon P resistance against lateral torsional buckling. to quantify the torsional effects and to verify the member under combined bending and torsion.

Steel code book 1. IS Indian Standard GENERAL CONSTRUCTION IN STEEL — CODE OF PRACTICE (Third Revision) ICS Q BIS BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG NEW DELHI December Price Rs. !?!? 2.Steel Design Guide Series Torsional Analysis of Structural Steel Members Paul A.

Seaburg, PhD, PE Head, Department of Architectural Engineering Pennsylvania State University.Lateral-Torsional Buckling Of Steel Beam 1, NI 2 1 M.E. [Structure] student, Department of Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune 2 Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Sinhgad College of Engineering, Pune Abstract Lateral Torsional Buckling (LTB) is a failure criteria for beams in flexure.