Shear-to-Moment Interaction in Glass Beams with Open Cross Sections

Risultato della ricerca: Article

1 Citazione (Scopus)

Abstract

An experimental investigation regarding the flexural behavior of glass beams with a length of 1,200 mm and rectangular, T-shaped, or I-shaped cross sections is presented and discussed. T-shaped and I-shaped cross sections were obtained by assembling laminated glass (LG) panels of 200 mm depth and 12.76 mm thickness through an acrylic adhesive. Three specimens for each series investigated were tested in flexure, focusing on the flexural and shear response of beams through the determination of the load-deflection curves and crack patterns at rupture. The shear span to depth ratio a/d was 2.25, which is a very low value, and interaction of shear and bending moment occurred during the tests. An analytical model is presented for a preliminary design of composite glass beams. The model, able to predict the load-deflection response of the beam, includes limit states attributable to flexure, glass web crushing, and glue shear failure. The experimental data generated, confirmed by numerical analyses, show the effectiveness of the analytical model to reproduce experimental results.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)00-
Numero di pagine11
RivistaJournal of Structural Engineering
Volume144
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Materials Science(all)
  • Building and Construction

Cita questo

@article{e4b84547cdb34cb1b4945b53810177d0,
title = "Shear-to-Moment Interaction in Glass Beams with Open Cross Sections",
abstract = "An experimental investigation regarding the flexural behavior of glass beams with a length of 1,200 mm and rectangular, T-shaped, or I-shaped cross sections is presented and discussed. T-shaped and I-shaped cross sections were obtained by assembling laminated glass (LG) panels of 200 mm depth and 12.76 mm thickness through an acrylic adhesive. Three specimens for each series investigated were tested in flexure, focusing on the flexural and shear response of beams through the determination of the load-deflection curves and crack patterns at rupture. The shear span to depth ratio a/d was 2.25, which is a very low value, and interaction of shear and bending moment occurred during the tests. An analytical model is presented for a preliminary design of composite glass beams. The model, able to predict the load-deflection response of the beam, includes limit states attributable to flexure, glass web crushing, and glue shear failure. The experimental data generated, confirmed by numerical analyses, show the effectiveness of the analytical model to reproduce experimental results.",
author = "Nunzio Scibilia and Giuseppe Campione and Francesco Cannella",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
volume = "144",
pages = "00--",
journal = "Journal of Structural Engineering",
issn = "0733-9445",
publisher = "American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)",

}

TY - JOUR

T1 - Shear-to-Moment Interaction in Glass Beams with Open Cross Sections

AU - Scibilia, Nunzio

AU - Campione, Giuseppe

AU - Cannella, Francesco

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - An experimental investigation regarding the flexural behavior of glass beams with a length of 1,200 mm and rectangular, T-shaped, or I-shaped cross sections is presented and discussed. T-shaped and I-shaped cross sections were obtained by assembling laminated glass (LG) panels of 200 mm depth and 12.76 mm thickness through an acrylic adhesive. Three specimens for each series investigated were tested in flexure, focusing on the flexural and shear response of beams through the determination of the load-deflection curves and crack patterns at rupture. The shear span to depth ratio a/d was 2.25, which is a very low value, and interaction of shear and bending moment occurred during the tests. An analytical model is presented for a preliminary design of composite glass beams. The model, able to predict the load-deflection response of the beam, includes limit states attributable to flexure, glass web crushing, and glue shear failure. The experimental data generated, confirmed by numerical analyses, show the effectiveness of the analytical model to reproduce experimental results.

AB - An experimental investigation regarding the flexural behavior of glass beams with a length of 1,200 mm and rectangular, T-shaped, or I-shaped cross sections is presented and discussed. T-shaped and I-shaped cross sections were obtained by assembling laminated glass (LG) panels of 200 mm depth and 12.76 mm thickness through an acrylic adhesive. Three specimens for each series investigated were tested in flexure, focusing on the flexural and shear response of beams through the determination of the load-deflection curves and crack patterns at rupture. The shear span to depth ratio a/d was 2.25, which is a very low value, and interaction of shear and bending moment occurred during the tests. An analytical model is presented for a preliminary design of composite glass beams. The model, able to predict the load-deflection response of the beam, includes limit states attributable to flexure, glass web crushing, and glue shear failure. The experimental data generated, confirmed by numerical analyses, show the effectiveness of the analytical model to reproduce experimental results.

UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10447/352977

UR - https://ascelibrary.org/doi/pdf/10.1061/(ASCE)ST.1943-541X.0002033

M3 - Article

VL - 144

SP - 00-

JO - Journal of Structural Engineering

JF - Journal of Structural Engineering

SN - 0733-9445

ER -