Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete Beams, Slabs, Columns, and Frames for Buildings

Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete Beams, Slabs, Columns, and Frames for Buildings

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Contents of Composite Structures of Steel and Concrete

  • Chapter 2. Introduction
  • Composite beams and slabs
  • Composite columns and frames
  • Design philosophy and the Eurocodes
  • Background
  • Limit state design philosophy
  • Basis of design, and actions
  • Resistances
  • Combinations of actions
  • Comments on limit state design philosophy
  • Properties of materials
  • Direct actions (loading)
  • Methods of analysis and design
  • Chapter 2. Shear connection
  • Simply-supported beam of rectangular cross-section
  • No shear connection
  • Full interaction
  • Uplift
  • Methods of shear connection
  • Bond
  • Shear connectors
  • Shear connection for profiled steel sheeting
  • Properties of shear connectors
  • Stud connectors used with profiled steel sheeting
  • Partial interaction
  • Effect of slip on stresses and deflections
  • Longitudinal shear in composite slabs
  • The m–k or shear-bond test
  • Chapter 3. Simply-supported composite slabs and beams
  • Example: layout, materials and loadings
  • Composite floor slabs
  • Resistance of composite slabs to sagging bending
  • Resistance of composite slabs to longitudinal shear
  • Resistance of composite slabs to vertical shear
  • Punching shear
  • Bending moments from concentrated point and line loads
  • Serviceability limit states for composite slabs
  • Fire resistance
  • Partial safety factors for fire
  • Design action effects for fire
  • Thermal properties of materials
  • Design methods for resistance to fire
  • Simple calculation model for unprotected composite slab
  • Example: composite slab
  • Profiled steel sheeting as shuttering
  • Composite slab – flexure and vertical shear
  • Composite slab – longitudinal shear
  • Local effects of point load
  • Composite slab – serviceability
  • Composite slab – fire design
  • Comments on the design of the composite slab
  • Composite beams – sagging bending and vertical shear
  • Effective cross-section
  • Classification of steel elements in compression
  • Resistance to sagging bending
  • Cross-sections in Class or
  • Cross-sections in Class or
  • Resistance to vertical shear
  • Composite beams – longitudinal shear
  • Critical lengths and cross-sections
  • Ductile and non-ductile connectors
  • Transverse reinforcement
  • Design rules for transverse reinforcement in solid slabs
  • Transverse reinforcement in composite slabs
  • Detailing rules
  • Stresses, deflections and cracking in service
  • Elastic analysis of composite sections in sagging bending
  • The use of limiting span-to-depth ratios
  • Effects of shrinkage of concrete and of temperature
  • Vibration of composite floor structures
  • Prediction of fundamental natural frequency
  • Response of a composite floor to pedestrian traffic
  • Fire resistance of composite beams
  • Example: simply-supported composite beam
  • Composite beam – full-interaction flexure and
  • vertical shear
  • Composite beam – partial shear connection, and transverse reinforcement
  • Composite beam – deflection and vibration
  • Deflection
  • Vibration
  • Composite beam – fire design
  • Chapter 4. Continuous beams and slabs, and beams in frames
  • Hogging moment regions of continuous composite beams
  • Classification of sections, and resistance to bending
  • General
  • Plastic moment of resistance
  • Elastic moment of resistance
  • Vertical shear, and moment-shear interaction
  • Longitudinal shear
  • Lateral buckling
  • Elastic critical moment
  • Buckling moment
  • Use of bracing
  • Cracking of concrete
  • No control of crack width
  • Control of restraint-induced cracking
  • Control of load-induced cracking
  • Global analysis of continuous beams
  • General
  • Elastic analysis
  • Redistribution of moments in continuous beams
  • Example: redistribution of moments
  • Corrections for cracking and yielding
  • Rigid-plastic analysis
  • Stresses and deflections in continuous beams
  • Design strategies for continuous beams
  • Example: continuous composite beam
  • Data
  • Flexure and vertical shear
  • Lateral buckling
  • Shear connection and transverse reinforcement
  • Check on deflections
  • Control of cracking
  • Continuous composite slabs
  • Chapter 5. Composite columns and frames
  • Composite columns
  • Beam-to-column joints
  • Properties of joints
  • Classification of joints
  • Design of non-sway composite frames
  • Imperfections
  • Elastic stiffnesses of members
  • Method of global analysis
  • First-order global analysis of braced frames
  • Actions
  • Eccentricity of loading, for columns
  • Elastic global analysis
  • Rigid-plastic global analysis
  • Outline sequence for design of a composite
  • braced frame
  • Example: composite frame
  • Data
  • Design action effects and load arrangements
  • Simplified design method of EN, for columns
  • Fire resistance, and detailing rules
  • Properties of column lengths
  • Relative slenderness
  • Resistance of a cross-section to combined
  • compression and uni-axial bending
  • Verification of a column length
  • Design action effects, for uni-axial bending
  • Bi-axial bending
  • Transverse and longitudinal shear
  • Concrete-filled steel tubes
  • Example: external column
  • Action effects
  • Properties of the cross-section, and y-axis slenderness
  • Resistance of the column length, for major-axis bending
  • Checks on shear
  • Example (continued): internal column
  • Example (continued): design for horizontal forces
  • Example (continued): nominally-pinned joint to external column
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