battened column

battened column

[′bat·ənd ′käl·əm]
(civil engineering)
A column consisting of two longitudinal shafts, rigidly connected to each other by batten plates.

battened column

A column consisting of two longitudinal shafts, rigidly connected to each other by batten plates.
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The behaviour of a column with different cross section subjected to eccentric load has been studied such as circular tubular column [4], elliptical hollow column [5], square and rectangular hollow columns [6], and the battened column composed of L-profiles under uniaxial and biaxial loads [7].
Amoush, "Strength of cold formed battened columns subjected to eccentric axial compressive force," Journal of Constructional Steel Research, vol.