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The authors have modified the standard test to include the profiled steel sheet; the extent of modification is shown in Fig. 18. The reduction in strength and stiffness of the ‘through deck’ tests as compared to the standard tests is shown in Fig. 19. These results were compared with a formula derived empirically by Grant, Fisher and Slutter (1977) for American profiles, and there was considerable discrepancy. In fact, only one of the profiles manufactured in Britain was calculated torequire a reduction in stud strength according to the formula, whereas all the profiles tested gave rise to a reduction in push-out strength.
EUROPEAN CONVENTION FOR CONSTRUCTIONAL STEELWORK (1977) European recommendations for the testing of profiled metal sheets. ECCS-XVII-77–2E, April, Document 20. E. L. (1957) Theory of prismatic folded plate structures, IABSE, 17, 59–86. W. G. (1977) Composite beams with formed steel deck, AISI Eng. , First Quarter. W. (1986) The development of composite flooring systems, Research Report, University College, Cardiff. P. (1970) Research on steel-concrete composite beams, Proc. ASCE, 96(ST3), 445–59, March.
Complete designs would have to be done, by both methods, for a wide range of situations, and the results compared with the very limited test data on long-term strength of slender composite columns. This comparison again illustrates that design methods are packages, not easily compared with each other. 8 COMPOSITE BEAM-AND-SLAB BRIDGE DECKS The material presented in Chapter 8 relates to North American design practice and philosophy. This has influenced developments in Japan and in Australasia more than those in Western or Eastern Europe.
Steel-concrete composite structures by R. NARAYANAN