Steel Beams with Reinforced Concrete Stiffened Ends

by Toshiyuki Tanaka, Takenaka Corp, Osaka, Japan,
Toshiharu Hisatoku, Takenaka Corp, Osaka, Japan,
Teruo Segawa, Takenaka Corp, Osaka, Japan,
Kazuo Inoue, Takenaka Corp, Osaka, Japan,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Composite Construction in Steel and Concrete II


For the construction of office building with long span beams, steel beams with reinforced concrete stiffened ends are being used in order to increase the stiffness. This paper describes experimental studies on the strength and the stiffness of such beams. Test results are compared with the analytical results.

Subject Headings: Steel beams | Reinforced concrete | Stiffening | Concrete beams | Composite beams | Steel construction | Shear stress

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