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Schubtragfähigkeit und M-V-Interaktion von Flachdecken mit integrierten hohlkastenförmigen Stahlprofilen
Schäfer, Markus
2015In Stahlbau, Stahlbau 83 (Heft 5), p. 314-323
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Keywords :
Slim-Floor; vertical shear; composite structure
Abstract :
[en] Shallow-floor slabs with integrated steel profiles in composite behavior are mainly characterized by the slim design. Parallel to the traditional sections consisting of rolled profiles with an additional bottom plate also floor-slabs with integrated steel-box sections have gained widespread adoption in practice in the recent years. Because of the sheathing of the concrete by the steel section a hybrid truss model with a compression strut in the concrete section is developed, increasing the shear resistance of these sections. Due to the additional steel stresses resulting by the truss model, the relationship for the interaction between moment and vertical shear forces is to expand.
Disciplines :
Civil engineering
Author, co-author :
Schäfer, Markus ;  University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Engineering Research Unit
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Title :
Schubtragfähigkeit und M-V-Interaktion von Flachdecken mit integrierten hohlkastenförmigen Stahlprofilen
Alternative titles :
[en] Shear resistance and M-V-Interaction of Slim-Floor-systems with integrated steel-box sections – Approach of a hybrid truss model for the shear design
Publication date :
01 May 2015
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Publisher :
Wiley-VCH Verlag, Berlin, Germany
Special issue title :
Ansatz eines hybriden Fachwerkmodells zur Querkraftbemessung
Volume :
Stahlbau 83
Issue :
Heft 5
Pages :
Peer reviewed :
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Focus Area :
Sustainable Development


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