Comparative analysis of shear resisting models for hybrid steel trussed concrete beams

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Abstract

The hybrid steel trussed concrete beams represent a structural solution widely adopted in the industrial constructions thanks to the numerous advantages due to their use, such as economic convenience, high performances and constructional speed de-riving from the partial prefabrication process and from the self load-carrying capacity of the beam in the first operative phase, prior to the in-site casting of concrete. The hybrid steel trussed concrete beams examined in the present study are constituted by two prin-cipal components, i.e. a steel joist with inclined rebars, realized in industry, which is welded to a smooth steel plate and then embed-ded within the concrete material cast in situ. The proposed study concerns the modeling of the shear behavior of these beams provid-ing a synthesis of the most relevant scientific contributions currently available in the technical literature regarding both analytical and numerical models for the prediction of the shear resistance of the beam.
Lingua originaleItalian
Numero di pagine8
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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