Composite Structures of Steel and Concrate

Chapter 1 Introduction —–1.1 Composite beams and slabs —–1.2 Composite columns and frames —–1.3 Design philosophy and the Eurocodes —–1.3.1 Background —–1.3.2 Limited state design philosophy —–1.4 Properties of materials —–1.5 Direct actions (loading) —–1.6 Methods of analysis and design Chapter 2 Shear Connection —–2.1 Introduction to Shear Connection —–2.2 Simply-supported beam of rectangular cross-section ———-2.2.1 No shear connection ———-2.2.2 Full interaction shear stress —–2.3 Uplift Shear Connection —–2.4 Methods of shear connection —–2.5 Properties of shear connectors ———-2.5.1 Stud connectors used with profiled steel sheeting —–2.6 Partial interaction —–2.7 Effect of slip on stresses and deflections —–2.8 Longitudinal shear in composite slabs ———-2.8.1 The m-k or shear-bond test ———-2.8.2 The slip-block test Chapter 3 Simply-supported Composite Slabs and Beams —–3.1 Introduction Simply-supported Composite Slabs and Beams —–3.3 Composite floor slabs ———-3.3.1 Resistance of composite slabs to sagging bending ———-3.3.2 Resistance of composite slabs to longitudinal shear ———-3.3.3 Resistance of composite slabs to vertical shear ———-3.3.4 Punching shear ———-3.3.5 Concentrated point and line loads ———-3.3.6 Serviceability limit states for composite slabs ———-3.3.7 Fire resistance —–3.4 Example: composite slab ———-3.4.1 Profiled steel sheeting as shuttering ———-3.4.2 Composite slab-flexure and vertical shear ———-3.4.3 Composite slab-longitudinal shear ———-3.4.4 Local effects of point load ———-3.4.5 Composite slab-serviceability ———-3.4.6 Composite slab-fire design —–3.5 Composite beams-sagging bending and vertical shear ———-3.5.1 Effective cross-section ———-3.5.2 Classification of steel elements in compression ———-3.5.3 Resistance to sagging bending —–3.6 Composite beams-longitudinal shear —–3.7 Stresses and deflections in service —–3.8 Effects of shrinkage of concrete and of temperature —–3.9 Vibration of composite floor structures ———-3.9.1 Prediction of fundamental natural frequency —–3.10 Fire resistance of composite beam ……………………………………………………. —–3.11 Example: simply-supported composite beam————-yazılmadı ———-3.11.1 Composite beam-flexure and vertical shear ———-3.11.2 Composite beam-shear connection and transverse reinforcement ———-3.11.3 Composite beam-deflection and vibration ———-3.11.4 Composite beam-fire design Chapter 4 Continuous Beams And Slabs, And Beams In Frames —–4.1 Introduction Continuous Beams And Slabs, And Beams In Frames —–4.2 Hogging moment regions of continuous composite beams ———-4.2.1 Classification of sections and resistance to bending ———-4.2.2 Vertical shear, and moment-shear interaction ———-4.2.3 Longitudinal shear ———-4.2.4 Lateral buckling ———-4.2.5 Cracking of concrete —–4.3 Global analysis of continuous beams ———-4.3.1 General ———-4.3.2 Elastic analysis ———-4.3.3 Rigid-plastic analysis —–4.4 Stressed and deflections in continuous beams —–4.5 Design strategies for continuous beams —–4.6 Example: continuous composite beam ———-4.6.1 Data ———-4.6.2 Flexure and vertical shear ———-4.6.3 Lateral buckling ———-4.6.4 Shear connection and transverse reinforcement ———-4.6.5 Check on deflections ———-4.6.6 Control of cracking —–4.7 Continuous composite slabs Chapter 5 Composite Columns And Frames —–5.1 Introduction —–5.2 Composite columns —–5.3 Beam-to-column connections ———-5.3.1 Properties of connections ———-5.3.2 Classification of connections —–5.4 Design of non-sway composite frames ———-5.4.1 Imperfections ———-5.4.2 Resistance to horizontal forces ———-5.4.3 Global analysis of braced frames —–5.5 Example: composite frame ———-5.5.1 Data ———-5.5.2 Design for horizontal forces ———-5.5.3 Design action effects for columns —–5.6 Simplified design method of Eurocode 4, for columns ———-5.6.1 Introduction ———-5.6.2 Fire resistance, and detailing rules ———-5.6.3 Second-order effects ———-5.6.4 Properties of cross-sections of columns ———-5.6.5 Resistance of a column length ———-5.6.6 Longitudinal shear ———-5.6.7 Concrete-filled steel tubes —–5.7 Example: composite column ———-5.7.1 Data ———-5.7.2 Slenderness, and properties of the cross-section ———-5.7.3 Resistance of the column length, for major-axis bending ———-5.7.4 Checks on biaxial bending and longitudinal shear ———-5.7.5 Beam-to-column connection

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