Reference : Bending Resistant Composite Joints for High Rotation Capacity.
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Bending Resistant Composite Joints for High Rotation Capacity.
Odenbreit, Christoph mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Engineering Research Unit >]
Hahn, Ch [> >]
Proceedings of IABSE Conference
September 13-15, 2006,
[en] Composite Joints ; Ductile Composite Joints ; Composite Connections in Steel and Concrete
[en] In the last years mixed structures in steel and concrete gain more and more importance. These
structures combine the advantages of steel constructions with the advantages of the concrete. The
typical slab construction for those buildings insists in a concrete slab, which is carried by a steel
beam. Both elements together result in the composite beam. The composite beam is connected to
the column with the composite connection. The presented analysing model is valid for fixed, pinned
and even for semi-rigid composite connections. It is related to the model by the study group COST
C1. The Model helps to determine computational values for the stiffness, the load-carrying
capacities and the rotation ability of composite joints. The model is based on the evaluation of 56
experiments at composite connections.

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