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By R. P. Johnson

This booklet units out the fundamental ideas of composite building near to beams, slabs, columns and frames, and their functions to development constructions. It bargains with the issues prone to come up within the layout of composite individuals in structures, and relates simple concept to the layout method of Eurocodes 2, three and 4.The re-creation is predicated for the 1st time at the finalised Eurocode for steel/concrete composite buildings.

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These rules prevent the use of welded studs as shear connection in composite slabs. The maximum shear force that can be resisted by a 25-mm stud is relatively low, about 130 kN. Other types of connector with higher strength have been developed, primarily for use in bridges. These are bars with hoops (Fig. 7(a)), tees with hoops, horseshoes and channels (Fig. 7(b)). 8 Composite slab Bars with hoops are the strongest of these, with ultimate shear strengths up to 1000 kN. Design rules are given in BS 5400:Part 5 and in the preliminary Eurocode 4, ENV 1994-1-1, but were omitted from EN 19941-1 because they are now rarely used.

The force applied to this connection is mainly, but not entirely, longitudinal shear. As with bolted and welded joints, the connection is a region of severe and complex stress that defies accurate analysis, and so methods of connection have been developed empirically and verified by tests. 4. The simplest type of composite member used in practice occurs in floor structures of the type shown in Fig. 1. The concrete floor slab is continuous over the steel I-sections, and is supported by them. It is designed to span in the y-direction in the same way as when supported by walls or the ribs of reinforced concrete T-beams.

It is easy to show by experiment with two or more flexible wooden laths or rulers that, under load, the end faces of the two-component beam have the shape shown in Fig. 3(a). The slip at the interface, s, is zero at x = 0 (from symmetry) and a maximum at x = ±L/2. The cross-section at x = 0 is the only one where plane sections remain plane. The slip strain, defined above, is not the same as slip. In the same way that strain is rate of change of displacement, slip strain is the rate of change of slip along the beam.

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