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AD 447: Openings in composite slabs

It is now over ten years since the revised edition of P300 was published by SCI. This work, in collaboration with the Metal Cladding and Roofing …

AD 439: Transverse reinforcement in composite beams

This Advisory Desk note has been produced to reflect the publication in 2015 of P405 Minimum degree of shear connection rules for UK construction to Eurocode …

AD 437: Curtailment of transverse bar reinforcement in composite beams with steel decking designed using Eurocodes

The purpose of this Advisory Desk Note is to provide guidance on the curtailment of transverse bar reinforcement in slabs on composite beams with steel …

Town centre revival

Steel construction is playing a vital role in Rochdale’s ambitious multi-million pound Riverside regeneration scheme. Martin Cooper reports. Financial woes …

Composite beam design at elevated temperature: comparisons between different temperature distributions in the concrete flange

Several resources give guidance on the temperature profile through composite slabs; BS 5950-8, EN 1994-1-2 and NCCI PN005C-GB. Ricardo Pimentel of the SCI …

AD 400: The degree of shear connection in composite beams and SCI P405

The stud resistances presented in both BS 5950-3.1 (as amended in 2010) and BS EN 1994-1-1 are lower than those given in the previous British Standard. This …

Composite beam checking tool upgraded

The Composite Beam Checking Tool on www.steelconstruction.info has been upgraded to include the latest guidance in SCI-P405 Minimum degree of shear connection …

Eurocodes beam tool added to website

An easy to use software tool that carries out the design of simply supported composite beams to the Eurocodes is now available at www.steelconstruction.info To …

Test on composite beam to improve Eurocode 4

The Steel Construction Institute (SCI) along with a number of universities, including the University of Bradford, has won an EU project aimed at developing …

AD 266: Shear Connection in composite beams

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