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Zum Einsatz von Betondübeln im Verbundbau (Teil 1) - Ruhende Beanspruchung


Medium: journal article
Language(s): German
Published in: Stahlbau, , n. 12, v. 80
Page(s): 885-893
DOI: 10.1002/stab.201101500

The application of concrete dowels in composite constructions (Part 1) - Statical loading.

Extensive research activities during last years proved concrete dowels as mechanical and economical reasonable alternative solution for shear connections of composite members. Concrete dowels are produced through recesses of various geometries and topologies in webs or flanges of steel profiles, filled with reinforcement and places in concrete chords. A design concept could be developed based on numerous laboratory tests applicable in a range of tested and statistically evaluated dowel sizes and shapes. Supplemental research projects have been established for economical reasons in order to consider optimized dowel shapes supporting automatic laser cut methods that divide standard steel profiles into two profiles without upper flange including concrete dowels in web plates within only one process. Extended design procedures for such specific dowel topologies require further experimental verification.

design concept fatigue behavior shear connector shear securing composite dowel dowel shape local concept
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