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30 May 2014 Screenshot Prestressed Stayed Columns Buckling Load Determining elastic buckling load for ideal stayed columns Author: Ashkan buckling, stayed column, structure, long columns, prestressed stayed co..., steel columns 5 0
29 Jan 2014 Screenshot Modified Richard Abbott method for general cases hysteretic behaviour of joint based on Modified Richard Abbott Author: Ashkan cyclic load, richard abbott 10 0
21 Jan 2014 Screenshot 1D Spring Element FE code 1D Spring Element FE code Author: Ashkan fe, spring element 8 0
20 Jan 2014 Screenshot Modified Richard Abbott method without pinching effect hysteretic behaviour of joint based on Modified Richard Abbott Author: Ashkan cyclic load, richard abbott, joints 7 0
19 Aug 2013 Screenshot Calculation of effective squash load for lipped channel steel A simple tool to calculate squash load of lipped channels. Author: Ashkan squash load, structural engineerin..., fire engnieering, crosssection, lipped channel, thinwalled steel 8 0
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30 Oct 2014 Stress-strain curve for thin-walled steel structures at elevated temperatures ploting nominal stress-strain and true stress-strain curve for use in Abaqus. Author: Ashkan

Hi Isaac, creep strain at elevated temperature is very interesting topic.
Just bear in mind this MATLAB file is just based on Eurocode 3 part 1.2 and does not consider strain hardening. This file is an example and you can check the yield stress and elastic modulus to have curves for other temperatures. But if you are interested what I used in my simulations please check below paper:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S026382311100156X

I have used S350 GD+Z for cold formed steel and I didn't consider creep strain as it was out of the scope of my work.

18 Mar 2014 Movie to GIF Converter Convert a matlab movie to a GIF Author: Nicolae Cindea

great script. I had to modify the last line.

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30 Oct 2014 Stress-strain curve for thin-walled steel structures at elevated temperatures ploting nominal stress-strain and true stress-strain curve for use in Abaqus. Author: Ashkan Ashkan

Hi Isaac, creep strain at elevated temperature is very interesting topic.
Just bear in mind this MATLAB file is just based on Eurocode 3 part 1.2 and does not consider strain hardening. This file is an example and you can check the yield stress and elastic modulus to have curves for other temperatures. But if you are interested what I used in my simulations please check below paper:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S026382311100156X

I have used S350 GD+Z for cold formed steel and I didn't consider creep strain as it was out of the scope of my work.

29 Oct 2014 Stress-strain curve for thin-walled steel structures at elevated temperatures ploting nominal stress-strain and true stress-strain curve for use in Abaqus. Author: Ashkan isaac

Hi, my name is Isaac Rivera and i'm doing a study about creep in steel...
I'm interested in your work (Stress-strain curve for thin-walled steel structures at elevated temperatures)
Please, can you tell me which steel do you used in your work?
I want to know which steel do you used because i need the mechanical properties of this steel, like strain, stress, etc.
thanks you and it would be great if i got some answer from you

22 Jul 2014 1D finite difference heat transfer this program calculates surface temperatures. Author: Ashkan Djaffar

21 May 2013 1D finite difference heat transfer this program calculates surface temperatures. Author: Ashkan Saad Ali

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03 May 2013 1D finite difference heat transfer this program calculates surface temperatures. Author: Ashkan Andres Alonso

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