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Mechanical Model of Steel-concrete Composite Joint under Sagging Bending Moment

Published Online: 29 Mar 2013
Volume & Issue: Volume 7 (2012) - Issue 1 (June 2012)
Page range: 33 - 42
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1338-7278
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1338-7278
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29 Mar 2013
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2 times per year
Languages
English
Abstract

In buildings with steel-concrete composite floors, joints are designed to transmit mainly hogging bending moment. In case of the large horizontal loads due to wind, earthquake or accidental events, sagging bending moments in a joint can also occur. Additionally, large deformations of the structure cause tying and prying effects. In the paper, a mechanical model based on “component method” for evaluation of characteristics of the composite joint is presented. The influence of tying and prying actions on distribution of the internal forces in a joint is also analyzed. The procedure for calculation of the characteristics of the composite joint with bolted endplate connection is elaborated too.

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