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|Title:||Slip and Uplift Effects in Composite Beams|
|Authors:||Naraine, Krishna S.|
|Keywords:||elastic interaction theory;slip;uplift;steel;concrete;Civil and Environmental Engineering;Civil Engineering;Engineering;Civil and Environmental Engineering|
|Abstract:||<p>An elastic interaction theory, taking both slip and uplift effects into account, is presented for a composite beam with a solid concrete slab connected to a steel beam. The results of this theory , which involves the solution of a sixth order differential equation, are compared with the results of Newmark's theory which only considers interfacial slip effects and involves the solution of a second order differential equation.</p> <p>An experimental study of a full scale composite beam incorporating a cellular deck under a two point load and simple support conditions is also reported. In addition, the experimental results are compared with the computed results obtained from an existing finite difference formulation.</p>|
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