Paper Title:
Study on Flexural Behavior of the Steel-Full Depth Precast Concrete Panel Beams
  Abstract

Based on twelve push-out specimens with different holes filling different materials,the paper compared and analyzed the capacity and the corresponding slip value of the stud shear connector.Meanwhile, tests were also conducted on three composite steel-FDPCP(Full-Depth Precast Concrete Panel) beams with different holes shape and degree of shear connection to investigate the characteistics of load-displacement,load-deflection,load-strain of the total cross section and monolithic action of the entire cross section in the paper. The results show that, as to the two different kinds of holes shape ,the strength of the stud shear connectors of square push-out specimens was huger than that of circular specimens with the same condition; the strength of stud shear connectors in steel-concrete composite structure was decided by the strength of concrete surrounding the shear in the holes, with increasing concrete strength, the strength of stud shear connectors improved greatly; the composite steel-FDPCP beams failed in bending,plane section was maintained in composite beams throughout the testing process.the composite steel-FDPCP beams have some merits :good bearing capacity, good anti-bend capability, fast pile-driving pace and perfect work behaviors as a whole;the ultimate flexural capacity of the composite steel-FDPCP beams with a full shear connection is close to that of a partial shear connection. The outputs of this study are very useful for further understanding of the characteristics of the composite steel-FDPCP beams,it is also expected that the results presented in this paper should be valuable for the design of the composite steel-FDPCP beams.

  Info
Periodical
Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 163-167)
Edited by
Lijuan Li
Pages
1980-1986
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.163-167.1980
Citation
Y. M. Dai, C. Li, J. X. Ouyang, "Study on Flexural Behavior of the Steel-Full Depth Precast Concrete Panel Beams", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 163-167, pp. 1980-1986, 2011
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December 2010
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