Behavior of Concrete Beams Reinforced with Steel Plates Subjected to Dynamic Loads

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Title: Behavior of Concrete Beams Reinforced with Steel Plates Subjected to Dynamic Loads

Author(s): Ervin S. Perry, Ned H. Burns, and J. Neils Thompson

Publication: Journal Proceedings

Volume: 64

Issue: 10

Appears on pages(s): 662-668

Keywords: beams (structural);bond (concrete to reinforcement);composite construction (concrete and steel, ect.);connections (mechanism to transfer stress);dynamic loads;reinforced concrete;research;shear strength;studs

Date: 10/1/1967

Abstract:
A total of 26 composite beams and 14 direct-shear speci-mens were loaded with dynamic and static loads to determine beam behavior and stud capacities. The main variables studied were stud diameter, concrete strength, effect of the type of loading, effect of number of studs per shear span and effect of using web reinforcement. Stud capacities determined from dynamic direct-shear tests compared very well with those determined from beam tests. The stud capaci-ties varied directly with stud cross-sectional area and con-crete strength.