volume 1, issue 2-3, P649-658 2017
DOI: 10.1002/cepa.103
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Abstract: The designer of column base elements usually considers that the uplift force existing in the column member is equally distributed on its anchor bolts. While this simplified approach may be used for the most common cases of a steel structures (for instance, when only 4 equally spaced anchor bolts exist in the column base design), it may lead the designer to overlook that the distribution of uplift loads is highly influenced by factors such as the rigidity of the base plate, the positioning of its stiffeners an…

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