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Investigation of Slenderness Ratio for Cold-Formed C-Section

Author : Surajkumar S. Sonkusale 1 Dr. Valsson Varghese 2 Dr. Ramesh Meghrajani 3

Date of Publication :24th January 2018

Abstract: Cold-Formed Steel (CFS) has been used as a primary & secondary structure for flexural and compression member. Cold-formed sections have various advantages such as high strength to weight ratio, high corrosion resistance, and ease of fabrication. The criteria need to be considered in improving the structural strength in the fabrication method. Fast and easy fabrication can produce an efficient structure. Design of cold formed sections has obvious complexity in view of buckling and flexure due to use of slender section. Hence to avoid Lateral & Torsional Buckling of member various investigations have been carried out by researchers. In this paper a detailed review of research carried out by researchers worldwide has been discussed. The investigation is expected to aid in finalizing configuration of cold form profiles while modeling and analysis

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