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Preview: Steel Construction 2/2015

Preview: Steel Construction 2/2015 Preview Steel Construction 2/2015 Philippe Beguin, Mark Lawson, Renata Obiala, Matthias Braun Slim Floor Construction using Composite Decking Systems Dennis Lam, Xianghe Dai, Matthias Braun, Ulrike Kuhlmann, Florian Eggert Design methods for slim floor constructions Gunter Hauf, Dennis Lam, Xianghe Dai Deformation calculation methods for The steadily growing world trade leads to a demand of increasing port facilities. slim floor constructions One of the most common construction types of deep harbour quays is the com- bined steel piling wall. It consists of up to 45 m long H-shaped king piles and Manuel L. Romero, Louis-Guy Cajot, Z-shaped intermediate infill elements. The intermediate elements and the quay Yves Conan, Matthias Braun both transfer all forces to the king piles, which as a result are loaded with (bi-)ax- Fire design methods for slim floor ial bending and axial force, so stability is a risk. Up to now, the effect of the soil constructions surrounding the piles was used just in terms of best practise: buckling about the weak axis and lateral torsional buckling were neglected completely. Stephen Hicks, Simon Peltonen Design of Slim Floor Beams Against Human-induced Vibration Ulrike Kuhlmann, Bernadette Leitz, Matti V. Leskelä, Simon Peltonen Adrian Just, Jürgen Grabe, Effect of unzipping connection be- Matti V. Leskelä, Simon Peltonen, Christoph Schallück havior on the composite interaction Renata Obiala Simplified criteria and economic de- of shallow floor beam Composite interaction in shallow sign for king piles of combined steel floor beams with different shear piling walls according to Eurocode 3, connections part 1-1 (subject to change without notice) Journal: Steel Construction  Annual subscription print + online  Single issue order  Free sample copy Order online: www.ernst-und-sohn.de/steel-construction 1091106_pf Abo-Coupon-2012-13_181x84.indd 8 07.07.2014 09:07:15 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Steel Construction: Design and Research Wiley

Preview: Steel Construction 2/2015

Steel Construction: Design and Research , Volume 8 (1) – Feb 1, 2015

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"Copyright © 2015 Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company"
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1867-0520
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1867-0539
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10.1002/stco.201590010
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Preview Steel Construction 2/2015 Philippe Beguin, Mark Lawson, Renata Obiala, Matthias Braun Slim Floor Construction using Composite Decking Systems Dennis Lam, Xianghe Dai, Matthias Braun, Ulrike Kuhlmann, Florian Eggert Design methods for slim floor constructions Gunter Hauf, Dennis Lam, Xianghe Dai Deformation calculation methods for The steadily growing world trade leads to a demand of increasing port facilities. slim floor constructions One of the most common construction types of deep harbour quays is the com- bined steel piling wall. It consists of up to 45 m long H-shaped king piles and Manuel L. Romero, Louis-Guy Cajot, Z-shaped intermediate infill elements. The intermediate elements and the quay Yves Conan, Matthias Braun both transfer all forces to the king piles, which as a result are loaded with (bi-)ax- Fire design methods for slim floor ial bending and axial force, so stability is a risk. Up to now, the effect of the soil constructions surrounding the piles was used just in terms of best practise: buckling about the weak axis and lateral torsional buckling were neglected completely. Stephen Hicks, Simon Peltonen Design of Slim Floor Beams Against Human-induced Vibration Ulrike Kuhlmann, Bernadette Leitz, Matti V. Leskelä, Simon Peltonen Adrian Just, Jürgen Grabe, Effect of unzipping connection be- Matti V. Leskelä, Simon Peltonen, Christoph Schallück havior on the composite interaction Renata Obiala Simplified criteria and economic de- of shallow floor beam Composite interaction in shallow sign for king piles of combined steel floor beams with different shear piling walls according to Eurocode 3, connections part 1-1 (subject to change without notice) Journal: Steel Construction  Annual subscription print + online  Single issue order  Free sample copy Order online: www.ernst-und-sohn.de/steel-construction 1091106_pf Abo-Coupon-2012-13_181x84.indd 8 07.07.2014 09:07:15

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