The Connecting Method of Steel and Concrete Using Long Deformed Bar Studs

by T. Katayama, Nippon Steel Corp, Tokyo, Japan,
H. Tachikawa, Nippon Steel Corp, Tokyo, Japan,
M. Koike, Nippon Steel Corp, Tokyo, Japan,
A. Kurita, Nippon Steel Corp, Tokyo, Japan,
T. Koizumi, Nippon Steel Corp, Tokyo, Japan,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete II

Abstract: A new welding technique for long horizontal studs of 19 mm and 22 mm diameters was established. The transmission of shearing and bending forces was evaluated using large model tests. Actual structures are used as example applications. One is the connecting structure of a concrete footing to a steel pipe pile foundation. Another is an immersed tunnel element of a steel-concrete composite (SCC) structure.

Subject Headings: Steel structures | Concrete | Steel piles | Composite structures | Bars (structure) | Studs | Steel pipes

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