Publication detail

Analysis of the Actual Behaviour, Stress and Moment Capacity of Composite Beams Composed of Steel and Glass-Fibre-Concrete

KARMAZÍNOVÁ, M.

Original Title

Analysis of the Actual Behaviour, Stress and Moment Capacity of Composite Beams Composed of Steel and Glass-Fibre-Concrete

English Title

Analysis of the Actual Behaviour, Stress and Moment Capacity of Composite Beams Composed of Steel and Glass-Fibre-Concrete

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with the problems of the theoretical and experimental analysis directed towards the actual behaviour, strain and failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of steel-concrete composite beams using glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) slab. The part of this research presented here is focused on the theoretical analysis and experimental verification of the negative bending moment capacity. This paper presents some selected results of the theoretical analysis of the bending moment capacity based on the various conceptions (plastic behaviour, elastic behaviour and their combination, respectively) and experimental verification of the actual bending moment capacity of steel-concrete composite beams with glass-fibre-concrete slab in connection with their actual behaviour and corresponding relevant failure mechanism.

English abstract

The paper deals with the problems of the theoretical and experimental analysis directed towards the actual behaviour, strain and failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of steel-concrete composite beams using glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) slab. The part of this research presented here is focused on the theoretical analysis and experimental verification of the negative bending moment capacity. This paper presents some selected results of the theoretical analysis of the bending moment capacity based on the various conceptions (plastic behaviour, elastic behaviour and their combination, respectively) and experimental verification of the actual bending moment capacity of steel-concrete composite beams with glass-fibre-concrete slab in connection with their actual behaviour and corresponding relevant failure mechanism.

Keywords

Composite structural member, steel-concrete beam, glass-fibre-concrete, plain concrete, reinforcement, negative bending moment, load-carrying capacity, stress distribution, experimental verification, theoretical analysis, elastic behaviour, plastic behaviour.

RIV year

2012

Released

01.08.2012

Publisher

North Atlantic University Union

Location

U.S.A., elektronické vydání: http://www.naun.org/wseas/cms.action?id=2829

ISBN

1998-4448

Periodical

International Journal of Mechanics

Year of study

6

Number

3

State

US

Pages from

158

Pages to

167

Pages count

10

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT93109,
  author="Marcela {Karmazínová}",
  title="Analysis of the Actual Behaviour, Stress and Moment Capacity of Composite Beams Composed of Steel and Glass-Fibre-Concrete",
  annote="The paper deals with the problems of the theoretical and experimental analysis directed towards the actual behaviour, strain and failure mechanism and load-carrying capacity of steel-concrete composite beams using glass-fibre-concrete (GFC) slab. The part of this research presented here is focused on the theoretical analysis and experimental verification of the negative bending moment capacity. This paper presents some selected results of the theoretical analysis of the bending moment capacity based on the various conceptions (plastic behaviour, elastic behaviour and their combination,  respectively) and experimental verification of the actual bending moment capacity of steel-concrete composite beams with glass-fibre-concrete slab in connection with their actual behaviour and corresponding relevant failure mechanism.",
  address="North Atlantic University Union",
  chapter="93109",
  institution="North Atlantic University Union",
  number="3",
  volume="6",
  year="2012",
  month="august",
  pages="158--167",
  publisher="North Atlantic University Union",
  type="journal article - other"
}