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The concrete floor slab connexion


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posté par bentafat_rachid

The concrete floor slab is continuous

over the steel I-sections, and is supported by them. It is designed

to span in the j-direction in the same way as when supported by walls or

the ribs of reinforced concrete T-beams. When shear connection is provided

between the steel member and the concrete slab, the two together

span in the x-direction as a composite beam. The steel member has not

been described as a 'beam', because its main function at mid-span is to

resist tension, as does the reinforcement in a T-beam. The compression

is assumed to be resisted by an 'effective' width of slab,



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