Translate this pageA three-dimensional finite element model is developed, validated and used in the parametric study to investigate the influence of shear studs position and profiled sheeting thickness on the strength, ductility and failure modes of the headed shear stud welded to the modern profiled sheeting. Design of composite slabs with profiled steel decking:a Makelainen P, Sum Y:The longitudinal shear behaviour of a new steel sheeting profile for composite floor slabs. Journal of Constructional Steel Research 1999, 49:117128. 10.1016/S0143-974X(98)00211-9. Article Google Scholar
For cutting these profiled sheets, eight different blade sets were designed and manufactured, see Figure 3. For each of these blade sets, the lower blade has the same profile as the specimen but the upper blade profile has been designed with a constant shearing angle, resulting in a progressive shear INFLUENCE OF THE FRICTION AT THE SUPPORT IN THE 872 A. C. C. Lavall et al. ht = 140 mm and span shear Ls = 450 mm. Figure 1 show a typical cross-section profile of the Deck-60 and its nominal dimensions in millimeters. The V-shape embossments were pressed onto the webs. Figure 1 - Typical geometric profile of the Deck-60. The modulus of elasticity of structural steel, E a, was taken equal to 200 GPa and the characteristic Influence of Profile Distortion on the Shear Flexibility The shear flexibility of diaphragms consisting of profiled steel sheeting can be calculated by means of the ECCS-Recommendations TC7 TWG . 7.5. The main component of the shear flexibility accounts for sheet deformation, which consists of profile distortion Cl,l and shear strain cJ,2. The dominant part cl,l is propor tional to Ki.
The influence of profiled sheeting thickness and shear connectors position on strength and ductility of headed shear connector J Qureshi, D Lam, J Ye Engineering structures 33 (5), 1643-1656 , 2011 Load sharing mechanism between shear studs and profiled Nov 01, 2020 · The yield stress of profiled steel sheeting is generally not considered when calculating P u. For Multideck 60 and Multideck 80 profiled steel sheeting, their nominal yield stress is 350 MPa . However, the actual yield stress of some sheeting used in push tests is as high as 600 MPa . In the parametric study, the yield stress of sheeting is varied at three levels (i.e., 350, 500 and 600 MPa) to check its influence. Longitudinal shear behaviour of composite slabs with Feb 15, 2020 · Meanwhile, increasing the thickness of profiled steel sheeting or the depth of slab can also benefit the longitudinal shear resistance of an ECC composite slab. (3) The longitudinal shear resistance of the tested ECC composite slabs are calculated by applying the m-k method and the partial shear connection (PSC) method.
Mar 31, 2016 · Qureshi, J., Lam, D., and Ye, J. (2011b). The influence of profiled sheeting thickness and shear connectors position on strength and ductility of headed shear connector. Engineering Structures, 33(5), pp.16431656. Article Google Scholar Performance and design of shear connectors in composite Mar 31, 2016 · Qureshi, J., Lam, D., and Ye, J. (2011b). The influence of profiled sheeting thickness and shear connectors position on strength and ductility of headed shear connector. Engineering Structures, 33(5), pp.16431656. Article Google Scholar Reconstruction of icesurface profiles and calculation of From studies of modern glaciers, the basal shear stress is known to be related to the surface profile and thickness of glaciers, eed by the equation:. where tb is basal shear stress, r and g the ice density and gravitational constant, respectively, a the surface slope of the glacier, and h the glacier thickness (Paterson, 1994).
3 Geometry and Occurrence 3.1 Sheeting Joints Within the Weathering Profile Sheeting joint terrain can be regarded as one end of a range of possible weathering profiles where the erosion rate exceeds that of the development of saprolite. They tend to develop in steep sections of hillsides where of course surface erosion is also high. Stiffness and capacity of steelconcrete composite beams Jun 01, 2005 · In the current Chinese Code for Design of Steel Structures , the same approach as in AISC is adopted, i.e., a coefficient v is suggested for considering the influence of the profiled sheeting on the shear capacity of studs, as (21) v = 0.85 n 0 b w h e (h d h e h e) 1 where n 0 = number of studs in a rib (when n 0 3, take n 0 Tests on Shear Studs Using Profiled Steel Sheeting Download Citation Tests on Shear Studs Using Profiled Steel Sheeting Subjected to Cyclic Loading Push-out tests were conducted to study the performance of shear studs in composite beams with
A three-dimensional finite element model is developed, validated and used in the parametric study to investigate the influence of shear stud's position and profiled sheeting thickness on the strength, ductility and failure modes of the headed shear stud welded to the modern profiled sheeting. A total of 240 push tests were analysed with different sheeting thicknesses, positions of the shear The influence of profiled sheeting thickness and shear The results showed that the sheeting thickness influenced the shear connector resistance of studs placed in the unfavourable position more than studs placed in favourable and central positions. The strength of the shear connector placed in the unfavourable position increased by as much as 30% when the sheeting thickness was increased.