student profile: Mr Ngoc Hieu Pham


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Thesis work

Thesis title: Strength and Behavior of Cold-rolled Aluminium Members

Supervisors: Kim RASMUSSEN , Cao Hung PHAM

Thesis abstract:

Aluminium alloy structures have been used increasingly in bridges and buildings due to its excellent corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, ease in transportation and assembly. BlueScope Lysaghts has used existing rollers of steel sections to roll-formed successfully aluminium sections which have many advantages compared to extruded aluminium sections. Therefore, this research find out the behaviour of the roll-formed aluminium sections, this allows to give reasonable design guidelines.

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Conferences

  • Pham, N., Pham, C., Rasmussen, K. (2019). Experimental investigation of the member buckling of cold-rolled aluminium alloy 5052 channel columns. Ninth International Conference on Advances in Steel Structures (ICASS 2018), Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong Institute of Steel Construction. [More Information]
  • Pham, N., Pham, C., Rasmussen, K. (2018). Incorporation of Measured Geometric Imperfections into Finite Element Models for Cold-Rolled Aluminium Sections. 4th Congres International de Geotechnique-Ouvrages-Structures (CIGOS 2017), Singapore: Springer Nature. [More Information]

2019

  • Pham, N., Pham, C., Rasmussen, K. (2019). Experimental investigation of the member buckling of cold-rolled aluminium alloy 5052 channel columns. Ninth International Conference on Advances in Steel Structures (ICASS 2018), Hong Kong, China: Hong Kong Institute of Steel Construction. [More Information]

2018

  • Pham, N., Pham, C., Rasmussen, K. (2018). Incorporation of Measured Geometric Imperfections into Finite Element Models for Cold-Rolled Aluminium Sections. 4th Congres International de Geotechnique-Ouvrages-Structures (CIGOS 2017), Singapore: Springer Nature. [More Information]

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