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Recent research on the static strength of axially loaded tubular T-joints with chord reinforcement shows that appropriately proportioned reinforced length and thickness can significantly improve the static strength. This paper extends the numerical study to chord reinforced tubular T-joint subjected to in-plane bending load. Firstly, various aspects of the FEA strategy such as material properties, element type, mesh density, and load condition are addressed. Afterwards, 4 T-joint models aredoi:10.2174/1874835x01104010065 fatcat:2oesvfazkjc7zo7dnrsoligrfa