Experimental study of the composite steel deck in terms of geometric and mechanical parameters
The behavior of the composite steel deck is conditioned, mainly, to the interaction that exists between the concrete and the steel deck, the shear connection between these two materials is provided by the mechanical adherence, which exists in its interface. In order to study these characteristics, a series of full-scale slab tests have been carried out, such as bending tests to identify the slipping load, which is directly related to the shear bond strength of the slab. The study of the shear bond strength is very important because in most cases the geometric conditions of the section and the slenderness of the slab will lead to this type of failure. For this reason, this research will be in charge of studying this failure condition, based on previously full-scale slab tests and newly constructed specimens, in order to cover as many situations as possible. The experimental results of these tests, such as the slipping load and the corresponding deflection, will allow establishing a new relationship between the slipping load, the geometric and mechanical parameters. This proposed relationship will be carried out for each of the steel deck profiles under study and this formulation will be validated as an alternative proposal to the "m y k method".
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