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Design of Composite Slabs with Prepressed Embossments Using Small-scale Tests

HOLOMEK, J. BAJER, M. BARNAT, J. SCHMID, P.

Originální název

Design of Composite Slabs with Prepressed Embossments Using Small-scale Tests

Anglický název

Design of Composite Slabs with Prepressed Embossments Using Small-scale Tests

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en

Originální abstrakt

The load bearing capacity of steel and concrete composite slabs using thin-walled steel sheeting with prepressed embossments is in most cases determined by its resistance in longitudinal shear. The designing of composite slabs still requires the performance of full-scale laboratory bending tests. Small-scale shear tests cannot include all of the influences affecting the bended slab but using an appropriate procedure the shear characteristics obtained from them can be used for determining the bending capacity of the slab. Two such procedures are compared in this paper. End constraints effectively increase the load bearing capacity of the composite slabs. Two different types of easily assembled additional end constraints are also tested and compared in this paper. Small-scale tests are used to obtain their shear bearing characteristics and to predict the load bearing capacity of bended slabs using these constraints.

Anglický abstrakt

The load bearing capacity of steel and concrete composite slabs using thin-walled steel sheeting with prepressed embossments is in most cases determined by its resistance in longitudinal shear. The designing of composite slabs still requires the performance of full-scale laboratory bending tests. Small-scale shear tests cannot include all of the influences affecting the bended slab but using an appropriate procedure the shear characteristics obtained from them can be used for determining the bending capacity of the slab. Two such procedures are compared in this paper. End constraints effectively increase the load bearing capacity of the composite slabs. Two different types of easily assembled additional end constraints are also tested and compared in this paper. Small-scale tests are used to obtain their shear bearing characteristics and to predict the load bearing capacity of bended slabs using these constraints.

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@article{BUT108985,
  author="Josef {Holomek} and Miroslav {Bajer} and Jan {Barnat} and Pavel {Schmid}",
  title="Design of Composite Slabs with Prepressed Embossments Using Small-scale Tests",
  annote="The load bearing capacity of steel and concrete composite slabs using thin-walled steel sheeting with prepressed embossments is in most cases determined by its resistance in longitudinal shear. The designing of composite slabs still requires the performance of full-scale laboratory bending tests. Small-scale shear tests cannot include all of the influences affecting the bended slab but using an appropriate procedure the shear characteristics obtained from them can be used for determining the bending capacity of the slab. Two such procedures are compared in this paper.
End constraints effectively increase the load bearing capacity of the composite slabs. Two different types of easily assembled additional end constraints are also tested and compared in this paper. Small-scale tests are used to obtain their shear bearing characteristics and to predict the load bearing capacity of bended slabs using these constraints.",
  chapter="108985",
  doi="10.1002/suco.201400042",
  number="1",
  volume="16",
  year="2015",
  month="march",
  pages="137--148",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}