Chengyu Qiu

Chengyu Qiu
Monash University (Australia) · Department of Civil Engineering

Bachelor of Engineering

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Introduction
Chengyu Qiu is a PhD candidate at the Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University (Australia). Chengyu's current research is FRP composites for structural application.
Additional affiliations
February 2017 - present
Monash University (Australia)
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Tutoring in 'Building Structures and Technologies', a year 3 Civil Engineering course in Monash University
Education
March 2014 - December 2015
Monash University (Australia)
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering
September 2011 - June 2013
Central South University
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering

Publications

Publications (10)
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Column-to-column bolted end-plate connections with stiffeners welded on the end plates and column side faces for steel modular buildings were investigated, to understand the effect of stiffener configurations on tensile capacity and stiffness. The connection performance was experimentally examined in tension, focusing on the flexure behaviour respo...
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This study investigates the cyclic performance of splice connections developed for hollow section fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) members. Splice connection specimens, each consisting of a steel bolted flange joint between two hollow section steel-FRP bonded sleeve joints, are prepared in three configurations with difference in bolt arrangement or b...
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Ductile performance of beam structures often is achieved by material yielding or progressive failure of components. A new structural concept was developed and validated in this study to provide ductile responses of beam structures through load-dependent composite action resulting from the change in the modulus of shear connection. Layered beam spec...
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Sandwich structures were built up by two glass fibre reinforced polymer (GFRP) thin-walled panels and square hollow sections (SHS) in between through adhesive bonding or mechanical bolting. Experiments in compression were conducted in order to understand the failure modes including global and local buckling, load-bearing capacities, load-displaceme...
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This paper presents experimental and numerical investigations of the bending performance of innovative splice connections developed for tubular section FRP members. Each of the splice connections consists of a steel bolted flange joint between two tubular steel-FRP bonded sleeve joints. Three connection specimens with different bolt configurations...
Conference Paper
Pultruded fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) members are increasingly favoured in civil engineering as they are lightweight and corrosion-resistant. However, their application is limited by the challenge to connect them, especially tubular members, i.e. with closed sections. A splice connection is developed in this paper for tubular FRP members and its...
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A splice connection is proposed for connecting tubular fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) members. This connection consists of a steel bolted flange joint (BFJ) and two steel-FRP bonded sleeve joints (BSJs). The BFJ connects two steel hollow sections, each of which is telescoped into the targeted tubular FRP member through adhesive bond, forming a BSJ....
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Dispersion of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is key in the fabrication of CNT composites. Unstable dispersion of CNTs in matrix with Ca2 + and high alkalinity (pH > 12) hinders the development of CNT composites in the matrix. This study addresses this issue by advancing understanding of the agglomeration process of CNT via a new agglomeration model and ex...

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