Cambering of Steel Beams

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by Lawrence A. Kloiber, L.L. LeJeune Co, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Steel Structures

Abstract: Cold cambering with force in the fabrication shop is an effective and economical method of compensating for deflections of composite beams. Typical beams should be cambered for dead load of the concrete slab, the super-imposed dead load, and a part of the long term live load. In typical floors camber remaining after placing the slab other dead loads should not exceed 1/2 inch to allow for proper installation of finish materials.

Subject Headings: Steel beams | Dead loads | Live loads | Steel structures | Composite beams | Slabs | Fabrication | Economic factors |

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