Ferritic stainless steel composite slabs : Experimental study of longitudinal shear transfer
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The objective of this work is to carry out the procedure described in Eurocode 4 to evaluate the longitudinal shear transfer capability of conventional steel sheeting open-rib profile with embossments, usually rolled in conventional galvanized steel, being rolled now in ferritic stainless steel 1.4003 alloy. Finally, the results of both composite floor slabs are compared. Two methodologies have been used to evaluate the longitudinal shear resistance in composite slabs, the m-k method and the partial connection method. The developed tasks are the following: -Construction and test of 6 slabs using ferritic stainless steel sheeting: 3 short and 3 long span lengths. -Construction and test of 2 slabs using galvanized steel sheeting: 1 short and 1 long span lengths. -Tensile tests of both stainless steel and galvanized sheeting as well as compression tests on concrete. -Determination of the m-k parameters and ultimate shear stress for stainless steel slabs. -Comparison of results between stainless steel and galvanized steel sheeting
CitationFerrer, M., Marimon, F., Arrayago, I., Mirambell, E. Ferritic stainless steel composite slabs : Experimental study of longitudinal shear transfer. A: European Conference on Steel and Composite Structures. "EUROSTEEL 2014 - 7th European Conference on Steel and Composite Structures". Napoli: 2014, p. 1-6.
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