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Minimum degree of shear connection of composite beams in fire

Minimum degree of shear connection of composite beams in fire EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in German cussed for a single span beam in a fire tions based on the degree of shear con- in Stahlbau 3/2019. situation. nection as well as on the relation between the concrete tensile capacity and the Abstract: In the scope of the research pro- It is shown that with the use of a mini- shear capacity of the composite joint are ject “Minimum degree of shear connection mum degree of shear connection for the presented. of composite beams in fire” numerical limitation of the maximum slip of the and experimental investigations were con- composite joint, there is no influence of Pfenning, S.; Brunkhorst, S.; Mensinger, ducted to derive design rules and limita- the degree of shear connection on the M. and Zehfuß, J.: Mindestverdübelung tions for the use for the partial connection load carrying capacity of a composite von Verbundträgern im Brandfall, Stahl- theory in fire. beam in case of fire. Due to the quickly bau 88 (2019), Heft 3. rising temperatures of a composite beam In this paper, the conducted investigations in fire, the resistance of the composite www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau as well as the most important influences joint quickly exceeds the tensile resis- of the elevated temperatures on the com- tance of the steel section. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ posite beam and especially on the compo- doi/10.1002/stab.201800041 site joint are presented. The slip in the The derived design rules for a safe use of composite joint and its reasons are dis- the partial connection theory in fire situa - Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 97 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Minimum degree of shear connection of composite beams in fire

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 12 (2) – May 1, 2019

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Wiley
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"© 2019 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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10.1002/stco.201970206
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Abstract

EDITOR‘S RECOMMENDATIONS This paper has been published in German cussed for a single span beam in a fire tions based on the degree of shear con- in Stahlbau 3/2019. situation. nection as well as on the relation between the concrete tensile capacity and the Abstract: In the scope of the research pro- It is shown that with the use of a mini- shear capacity of the composite joint are ject “Minimum degree of shear connection mum degree of shear connection for the presented. of composite beams in fire” numerical limitation of the maximum slip of the and experimental investigations were con- composite joint, there is no influence of Pfenning, S.; Brunkhorst, S.; Mensinger, ducted to derive design rules and limita- the degree of shear connection on the M. and Zehfuß, J.: Mindestverdübelung tions for the use for the partial connection load carrying capacity of a composite von Verbundträgern im Brandfall, Stahl- theory in fire. beam in case of fire. Due to the quickly bau 88 (2019), Heft 3. rising temperatures of a composite beam In this paper, the conducted investigations in fire, the resistance of the composite www.ernst-und-sohn.de/en/stahlbau as well as the most important influences joint quickly exceeds the tensile resis- of the elevated temperatures on the com- tance of the steel section. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/ posite beam and especially on the compo- doi/10.1002/stab.201800041 site joint are presented. The slip in the The derived design rules for a safe use of composite joint and its reasons are dis- the partial connection theory in fire situa - Steel Construction 12 (2019), No. 2 97

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Published: May 1, 2019

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