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different collapse modes are observed in experimentally tested eccentrically
patch loaded steel I-girders: eccentric, centric and mixed collapse mode. The
most important difference between collapse modes is in collapse load. Numerous
mutually dependant and related parameters, as well as their combinations
influence the behaviour, collapse mode and collapse load of eccentrically patch
loaded steel I-girders. Dealing with such a big number of correlated
influential parameters, makes determination of collapse mode and calculation of
collapse load difficult tasks. One approach that was analysed and assessed as
successful method is application of Artificial Neural Networks (ANN).
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