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Contents: Steel Construction 2/2016

Contents: Steel Construction 2/2016 Content Two frame structure tests were carried out in the Meyer-Jens-Halle laboratory of TU Munich to investigate the load bearing behavior and the rational anchorage length of the external reinforcement in abutments of a frame bridge. The specimen was laid on three supports and the symmetrical couple forces were applied to the ends of the cantilever beams in a horizontal direction. The loading system was placed on a rolling support that was movable in the transverse direction. Based on the force equilibrium principle, the cylinder loads on one side of the cantilever beam, the bearing reaction on the other side produces a symmetrical force, accordingly. Therefore, the symmetrical couple forces at the free end of both cantilever beams are realized by using only one cylinder (see pp. 122–131). (TU Munich) Editorial Steel 79 Günter Seidl Bridge construction – a strong driving force for developments in composite construction Construction Articles 80 Markus Feldmann, Maik Kopp, Daniel Pak Composite dowels as shear connectors for composite beams – background to the Volume 9 German technical approval May 2016, No. 2 ISSN 1867-0520 (print) 89 Wojciech Lorenc ISSN 1867-0539 (online) The design concept for the steel part of a composite dowel shear connection 98 Wojciech Lorenc Non-linear behaviour of steel dowels in shear c onnections with composite dowels: design models and approach using finite elements 107 Maciej Kozuch, Sławomir Rowin ´ski Elastic behaviour of the steel part of a shear c onnection with MCL composite dowels 115 Maik Kopp, Daniel Pak, Markus Feldmann Effects of transverse tension load on the static capacity and fatigue resistance of composite dowels 122 Guoqing Luo, Martin Mensinger Anchorage of external reinforcement in the case of rigid clamping 132 Thomas Lechner, Sebastian Gehrlein, Oliver Fischer Structural behaviour of composite dowels in thin UHPC elements 138 Martin Classen, Josef Hegger Anchorage of composite dowels 151 Monica Aracil Llinares, Lutz Schöne, Florian Weininger A new ETFE façade creates a landmark for Puebla F.C. http://wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/stco Regular Features 88 ECCS news (see 106, 114, 156) 159 Book reviews 160 Announcements A4 Products & Projects Journal for ECCS members www.ernst-und-sohn.de/steel-construction http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Contents: Steel Construction 2/2016

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 9 (2) – May 1, 2016

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"Copyright © 2016 Ernst & Sohn Verlag für Architektur und technische Wissenschaften GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin"
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1867-0520
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1867-0539
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Content Two frame structure tests were carried out in the Meyer-Jens-Halle laboratory of TU Munich to investigate the load bearing behavior and the rational anchorage length of the external reinforcement in abutments of a frame bridge. The specimen was laid on three supports and the symmetrical couple forces were applied to the ends of the cantilever beams in a horizontal direction. The loading system was placed on a rolling support that was movable in the transverse direction. Based on the force equilibrium principle, the cylinder loads on one side of the cantilever beam, the bearing reaction on the other side produces a symmetrical force, accordingly. Therefore, the symmetrical couple forces at the free end of both cantilever beams are realized by using only one cylinder (see pp. 122–131). (TU Munich) Editorial Steel 79 Günter Seidl Bridge construction – a strong driving force for developments in composite construction Construction Articles 80 Markus Feldmann, Maik Kopp, Daniel Pak Composite dowels as shear connectors for composite beams – background to the Volume 9 German technical approval May 2016, No. 2 ISSN 1867-0520 (print) 89 Wojciech Lorenc ISSN 1867-0539 (online) The design concept for the steel part of a composite dowel shear connection 98 Wojciech Lorenc Non-linear behaviour of steel dowels in shear c onnections with composite dowels: design models and approach using finite elements 107 Maciej Kozuch, Sławomir Rowin ´ski Elastic behaviour of the steel part of a shear c onnection with MCL composite dowels 115 Maik Kopp, Daniel Pak, Markus Feldmann Effects of transverse tension load on the static capacity and fatigue resistance of composite dowels 122 Guoqing Luo, Martin Mensinger Anchorage of external reinforcement in the case of rigid clamping 132 Thomas Lechner, Sebastian Gehrlein, Oliver Fischer Structural behaviour of composite dowels in thin UHPC elements 138 Martin Classen, Josef Hegger Anchorage of composite dowels 151 Monica Aracil Llinares, Lutz Schöne, Florian Weininger A new ETFE façade creates a landmark for Puebla F.C. http://wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/stco Regular Features 88 ECCS news (see 106, 114, 156) 159 Book reviews 160 Announcements A4 Products & Projects Journal for ECCS members www.ernst-und-sohn.de/steel-construction

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Published: May 1, 2016

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