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Push out test of novel deep steel decking-failure modes and influence of transversal loading
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Odenbreit, Christoph mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM) > Department of Engineering (DoE) >]
Obiala, Renata []
Nellinger, Sebastian []
Lawson, R.M []
3-Dec-2015
Association for Steel-Concrete Composite Structures
Yes
International
11th International Conference on Advances in Steel and Concrete Composite Structures
3-5 December 2015
Tsinghua University
Beijing
China
[en] Composite Beam ; Deep Steel Decking ; Shear Connection
[en] This paper presents the results of push-out test specimens on shear connectors for composite beams, which are placed centrally in the ribs of novel formed deep steel decking. These deck shapes have not been well considered in the development and the calibration studies of EN 1994-1-1. The presented tests have been designed to investigate the additional failure modes and the corresponding load-slip behaviour, with special consideration of the newly occurring failure modes in the rib. In addition, the vertical loading of the slab has been considered in the push-out tests by a transverse load, acting with the help of a supplementary hydraulic jack. The differences between a concentric and eccentric transverse loading and a constant and variable transverse loading was investigated in the test series.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/46804

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