Bolted Connections for Fiber-Reinforced Composite Structural Members: Analytical Model and Design Recommendations

@article{Rosner1995BoltedCF,
  title={Bolted Connections for Fiber-Reinforced Composite Structural Members: Analytical Model and Design Recommendations},
  author={C. Rosner and S. Rizkalla},
  journal={Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering},
  year={1995},
  volume={7},
  pages={232-238}
}
The use of fiber–reinforced composite materials in civil structural applications is relatively new and there is a serious lack of information on the behavior and design of the bolted connections normally used for structural members. As a result, a comprehensive experimental and analytical investigation was conducted at the University of Manitoba to study and determine the behavior of bolted connections in composite materials used for civil engineering applications. Based on the research… Expand
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