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, p. 617 [43] Sułowski, M., Faryj, K.: Arch. Metall. Mater., vol. 54, 2009, no. 1, p. 121 [44] Ciaś, A., Sułowski, M.: Arch. Metall. Mater., vol. 54, 2009, no. 4, p. 1093 [45] Ciaś, A.: Development and Properties of Fe-Mn-(Mo)-(Cr)-C Sintered Structural Steels. Krakow : AGH - Uczelniane Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Dydaktyczne, 2004 [46] Sułowski, M., Ciaś, A.: Arch. Metall. Mater., vol. 56, 2011, no. 2, p. 293 [47] Sułowski, M.: Powder Metall., vol. 53, 2010, no. 2, p. 125 [48] Pieczonka, T., Sułowski, M., Cias, A.: Arch. Metall. Mater., vol. 57, 2012, no. 4, p. 1001 [49


Hulls of ships are often made of steel, which are produced under the supervision of classification societies. Usually, the hull steel of ordinary strength category A is used for the ship's shell (the yield strength is 235 MPa and the impact strength 27 J at 20ºC). Vessels sail in sea areas with various levels of salinity and thus with different corrosiveness. The average salinity of the seas is taken as 3.5% content of sodium chloride. This article presents the results of corrosion tests of S235 JRG1 steel in an aqueous solution in which the mass fraction of sodium chloride was: 0.7%, 1.4%, 2.2%, 2.8%, 3.5% and 4.2%. Corrosion tests were performed using the potentiodynamic method. As parameters characterizing the corrosion properties of the tested steel, the corrosion current density and corrosion potential were assumed. Statistically significant influence of seawater salinity on the corrosion properties of hull structural steel of ordinary strength of category A was found. The highest value of the corrosion current density was observed in the solution containing 3.5% NaCl mass fraction was observed. In seawater with a sodium chloride content in the range of 0.7 to 3.5%, an increase in the value of the corrosion current density was observed, along with the increasing share of NaCl. In seawater with higher salinity, the corrosion rate was reduced. The corrosion potential of S235JRG1 steel decreases with the NaCl content in the corrosive solution. The susceptibility of this material to corrosion in seawater increased.


The main aim of this work is to verify an influence of the response function type in direct symbolic derivation of the probabilistic moments and coefficients of the structural state variables of axisymmetric spherical steel dome structures. The second purpose is to compare four various types of domes (ribbed, Schwedler, geodesic as well as diamatic) in the context of time-independent reliability assessment in the presence of an uncertainty in the structural steel Young modulus. We have considered various analytical response functions to approximate fundamental eigenfrequencies, critical load multiplier, global extreme vertical and horizontal displacements as well as local deformations. Particular values of the reliability indices calculated here can be of further assistance in the reliability assessment by comparing the minimal one with its counterpart given in the Eurocode depending upon the durability class, reference period and the given limit state type.


The main purpose of this work is to verify the influence of the weighting procedure in the Least Squares Method on the probabilistic moments resulting from the stability analysis of steel skeletal structures. We discuss this issue also in the context of the geometrical nonlinearity appearing in the Stochastic Finite Element Method equations for the stability analysis and preservation of the Gaussian probability density function employed to model the Young modulus of a structural steel in this problem. The weighting procedure itself (with both triangular and Dirac-type) shows rather marginal influence on all probabilistic coefficients under consideration. This hybrid stochastic computational technique consisting of the FEM and computer algebra systems (ROBOT and MAPLE packages) may be used for analogous nonlinear analyses in structural reliability assessment.


The main aim of this paper is to present a Stochastic Finite Element Method analysis with reference to principal design parameters of bridges for pedestrians: eigenfrequency and deflection of bridge span. They are considered with respect to random thickness of plates in boxed-section bridge platform, Young modulus of structural steel and static load resulting from crowd of pedestrians. The influence of the quality of the numerical model in the context of traditional FEM is shown also on the example of a simple steel shield. Steel structures with random parameters are discretized in exactly the same way as for the needs of traditional Finite Element Method. Its probabilistic version is provided thanks to the Response Function Method, where several numerical tests with random parameter values varying around its mean value enable the determination of the structural response and, thanks to the Least Squares Method, its final probabilistic moments.

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. Pankaj, A. H. Simpson. The effect of strain rate on the failure stress and toughness of bone of different mineral densities. J. of Biomechanics 2013 (46), 2283 - 2287. [7] A. A. Lebedev, N. R. Muzyka, V. P. Shvets. On options of improving reliability of material hardness assessment methods. Strength Mater 2011 (43), 237 - 246. [8] A. A. Lebedev, V. P. Shvets. Assessment of damage in structural steels by the parameters of scatter of hardness characteristics in loaded and unloaded states. Strength of Materials 2008 (40), 302

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] Liu, H., Zhao, Q., Wang, X., Zhou, T., Wang, D., Liu, J., Chen, Z., Experimental and analytical studies on the stability of structural steel tube and coupler scaffolds without X-bracing , Engineering Structures, Vol. 32, pp. 1003-1015, 2010. [10] Peng, J.-L., Wu, C.-W., Chan, S.-L., Huang, C.-H., Experimental and numerical studies of practical system scaffolds , Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Vol. 91, pp. 64-75, 2013. [11] Chandrangsu, T., Rasmussen, K. J. R., Structural modeling of support scaffold systems , Journal of Constructional Steel Research


Nitrogen is usually regarded as an inert sintering atmosphere for PM steels; however, this cannot be taken for granted in particular for steels alloyed with nitride forming elements. Among those elements, chromium has become more and more important as an alloying element in sintered low alloy structural steels in the last decade due to the moderate alloying cost and the excellent mechanical properties obtainable, in particular when sinter hardening is applied. The high affinity of Cr to oxygen and the possible ways to overcome related problems have been the subject of numerous studies, while the fact that chromium is also a fairly strong nitride forming element has largely been neglected at least for low alloy steel grades, although frequently used materials like steels from Cr and Cr-Mo prealloyed powders are commonly sintered in atmospheres consisting mainly of nitrogen.

In the present study, nitrogen pickup during sintering at different temperatures and for varying times has been studied for Cr-Mo prealloyed steel grades as well as for unalloyed carbon steel. Also the effect of the cooling rate and its influence on the properties, of the microstructure and the composition have been investigated. It showed that the main nitrogen uptake occurs not during isothermal sintering but rather during cooling. It could be demonstrated that a critical temperature range exists within which the investigated CrM-based steel is particularly sensitive to nitrogen pickup.