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Research on Compression Behavior of Aluminum Members

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Author: JING Guo

Abstract: This paper describes the compression tests for square and rectangular hollow aluminum alloy columns. Test samples vary from 6061-T6 and 6063-T heat treatment of aluminum alloys. According to the report, measurement of geometric and material properties is the complete sample of load-deformation history. Local buckling failure modes were observed, including material yield and tensile failure. Further experimental data were collected from the literature. The finite element (FE) model was developed and validated with the test results, then used to perform a parameter study. Experimental and numerical results were used to evaluate the compression performance according to standards in American, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, and China.

Keywords: Aluminum Alloy; Stub Column Test; Experimental Investigation

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