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Experimental analysis of Composite Steel-Concrete Slabs

KARÁSEK, R. HOLOMEK, J. BAJER, M. BARNAT, J.

Originální název

Experimental analysis of Composite Steel-Concrete Slabs

Anglický název

Experimental analysis of Composite Steel-Concrete Slabs

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Composite structures fabricated from thin-walled steel sheeting and concrete slabs are especially suitable for roof and floor bearing structures. Using embossments for the shear connection between the sheeting and the concrete simplifies and accelerates the construction process because it ensures the composite action of the two materials without any need for additional reinforcement. This article is focused on this type of connection. It contains a short review of thin-walled sheeting manufactured in Western Europe and presents results obtained from the experimental testing of specimens. These specimens were tested by vacuum loading and by cyclic loading in four-point bending tests. Small scale specimen tests were performed to determine the shear behaviour and to adjust numerical models.

Anglický abstrakt

Composite structures fabricated from thin-walled steel sheeting and concrete slabs are especially suitable for roof and floor bearing structures. Using embossments for the shear connection between the sheeting and the concrete simplifies and accelerates the construction process because it ensures the composite action of the two materials without any need for additional reinforcement. This article is focused on this type of connection. It contains a short review of thin-walled sheeting manufactured in Western Europe and presents results obtained from the experimental testing of specimens. These specimens were tested by vacuum loading and by cyclic loading in four-point bending tests. Small scale specimen tests were performed to determine the shear behaviour and to adjust numerical models.

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@inproceedings{BUT96193,
  author="Radek {Karásek} and Josef {Holomek} and Miroslav {Bajer} and Jan {Barnat}",
  title="Experimental analysis of Composite Steel-Concrete Slabs",
  annote="Composite structures fabricated from thin-walled steel sheeting and concrete slabs are especially suitable for roof and floor bearing structures. Using embossments for the shear connection between the sheeting and the concrete simplifies and accelerates the construction process because it ensures the composite action of the two materials without any need for additional reinforcement. This article is focused on this type of connection. It contains a short review of thin-walled sheeting manufactured in Western Europe and presents results obtained from the experimental testing of specimens. These specimens were tested by vacuum loading and by cyclic loading in four-point bending tests. Small scale specimen tests were performed to determine the shear behaviour and to adjust numerical models.",
  address="WIT Press",
  booktitle="High Performance Structures and Materials VI",
  chapter="96193",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="WIT Press",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="209--216",
  publisher="WIT Press",
  type="conference paper"
}