Structural Tests on Composite Floor Systemsby John F. McDermott,
Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 1, Pg. 255-274
Document Type: Journal Paper
Experimental 6-in.-deep composite floor units consisting of interlocking flat-bottomed steel-sheet pans with webs projecting into a voided concrete top slab were tested. A short-span shear test and a long-span bending test demonstrated that the units act as composite steal-concrete structures and can be safely designed by conventional methods for one-way bending. Also, a lateral-load-distribution test indicated the two-way bending strength of this floor. A punching test and an erection test demonstrated the durability.
Subject Headings: Floors | Composite structures | Composite materials | Material tests | Structural safety | Bending (structural) | Shear tests | Steel | Webs (structure)
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