Symposium

7th International Conference on Civil, Structural and Transportation Engineering (ICCSTE’22)


SYMPOSIUM

The 7th International Conference on Civil, Structural and Transportation Engineering (ICCSTE'22) invites you to propose a symposium.

The proposed symposium, if accepted, will be co-located with and under the umbrella of the conference.

Proposals by prospective chairs should be submitted to info@iccste.com and will be evaluated by the Organizing and Scientific Committees. Upon approval, the Organizing Committee will disseminate the news through the conference website and call for papers. To obtain a high attendance, we kindly ask that the prospective chairs also publicize the event and personally contact researchers who they think will be interested to contribute. The minimum number of registered presenters for the event to take place is 7. Should attendance reach this minimum requirement, registration fees for the Chair will be waived.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@iccste.com.


We are pleased to announce the following dedicated Symposium which will take place during the 7th International Conference on Civil, Structural and Transportation Engineering (ICCSTE'22).

Symposium 1: Seismic Design and Analysis of Concrete-Filled Steel Tubular (CFST) Columns

Symposium Chair:
Dr. Iraj H.P. Mamaghani
Department of Civil Engineering, University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, ND, USA

Abstract:

Concrete-filled steel tubular (CFST) columns are adopted in many structural applications, especially for tall buildings, bridges and large infrastructure due to their substantial structural and economic benefits. However, the design guidelines for CFST columns with high strength materials and slender sections are still limited. This seminar will be devoted on gathering and disseminating seismic design of CFST including large number of tests and numerical analysis on high strength CFST columns.

The most recent experimental data on CFST columns with high strength materials and slender sections will be collected and merged with existing databases to establish a comprehensive database. The accuracy of existing design codes, including Eurocode 4, Australian/New Zealand code AS/NZS 2327 and American code AISC 360-16 will be examined in strength prediction of CFST columns. The effects of material strengths and section slenderness on the code predictions will be compared and investigated to evaluate the applicability of the codes in practice.



 

IMPORTANT DATES
Jan
28
2022

Extended Paper Submission Deadlines

Feb
25
2022

Extended Notification to Authors

Mar
4
2022

Extended Early-Bird Registration