Residual compressive strength of inclined steel tubular members with local corrosion

Jin Hee Ahn, Woo Ram Choi, Seok Hyeon Jeon, Sang Hyo Kim, In Tae Kim

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Abstract

In jacket-type offshore structures, corrosion damage affects the structural performance under compressive loading, which is created by the working and design loads of the main system. In this study, the effects of corrosion damage on the compressive structural behavior and strength of steel tubular members were investigated. Artificial corrosion damage was applied to the tubular specimens via mechanical processing and hand drilling to replicate the inclined nature of jacket-type offshore structures. The damage was applied to either half or all of the circumference of the specimens. The compressive failure modes of the artificially corroded tubular members were affected by the corrosion conditions. The compressive strengths were also affected by the level of corrosion. From the results of this study, the residual compressive strengths of corroded tubular steel members can be estimated based on the condition of the damaged sectional areas.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)498-509
Number of pages12
JournalApplied Ocean Research
Volume59
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Sep 1

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Compressive strength
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Steel
Offshore structures
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Ahn, Jin Hee ; Choi, Woo Ram ; Jeon, Seok Hyeon ; Kim, Sang Hyo ; Kim, In Tae. / Residual compressive strength of inclined steel tubular members with local corrosion. In: Applied Ocean Research. 2016 ; Vol. 59. pp. 498-509.
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