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NOTATION
1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 BACKGROUND
1.2 OBJECTIVES
2. LITERATURE REVIEW ON FORMS OF COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTIONS
2.1 TYPES OF COMPOSITE SLABS
2.2 TYPES OF COMPOSITE BEAMS
2.3 TYPES OF SHEAR CONNECTORS
2.3.5 T-shape connectors
2.3.6 Hilti HVB shear connectors
2.3.7 Profiled shear connectors
2.3.8 Shear connectors’ strength and ductility
2.4 MATERIAL PROPERTIES
2.4.1 Structural steel
2.4.2 Profiled steel decking
2.4.3 Concrete (NWC and LWC)
2.4.4 Reinforcement bars
2.4.5 Shear connectors
2.5 COMPARISON BETWEEN BS5950 AND EC4 PART 1.1
2.5.1 Structural steel
2.5.2 Profiled steel decking
2.5.3 Concrete
2.5.4 Reinforcement bars
2.5.5 Shear connectors
2.5.6 Partial safety factors
3.2.1 Light steel composite frames
3.2.2 Light steel composite floors
3.2.3 Light steel composite beams
3.2.4 Light steel composite wall
3.3 TYPES OF SHEAR CONNECTORS
3.3.1 Hilti HVB shear connectors
3.3.2 Profiled shear connectors
3.4 MATERIAL PROPERTIES
3.4.1 Light steel sections
3.4.2 Profiled steel decking
4. BASIS OF DESIGN OF COMPOSITE SLABS
4.1 DEFINITION
4.2 CONSTRUCTION STAGE CONDITION
4.3 COMPOSITE STAGE CONDITION
4.4 FIRE RESISTANCE
4.5 EXAMPLE GUIDE
5. BASIS OF DESIGN OF COMPOSITE BEAMS
5.1 CONSTRUCTION CONDITION
5.2 EFFECTIVE SLAB WIDTH
5.3 PLASTIC ANALYSIS OF COMPOSITE ACTION
5.4 SHEAR RESISTANCE
5.5 SHEAR CONNECTION (FULL AND PARTIAL)
5.6 TRANSVERSE REINFORCEMENT
5.7 LOCAL BUCKLING
5.8 SERVICEABILITY CONDITIONS
5.8.1 Control of deflections
5.8.2 Crack control
5.8.3 Vibration response
6. DESIGN EXAMPLES
7.1 PROPERTIES OF LIGHT STEEL SECTIONS
7.1.1 Class classification
7.1.2 Shear buckling
7.2 DESIGN CRITERIA
7.4 USE OF DESIGN TABLES
8. CONCLUSIONS
9. Bibliographic references
9. BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES
10. Supplementary bibliography
10. SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY
A2.1 SINGLE GENERIC C SECTION CLASS CLASSIFICATION:
A2.2 COMPOSITE BEAMS CROSS SECTIONS CLASS CLASSIFICATION
A3.1 HEAVY COLD FORMED SECTIONS
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Design of Composite Beams Using Light Ste Sections

Design of Composite Beams Using Light Ste Sections

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