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Use of fibre-reinforced concrete in composite slabs (part 1)

Recent years have seen increasing interest in replacing the reinforcement mesh with steel fibres in composite slabs on steel decking. In this first of two …

Composite slabs with in-plane loading

Although composite slabs are normally designed as one-way spanning and subject to (out-of-plane) gravity loading only, they often need to do more than this. …

COMMENDATION: Assembly Bristol, Building A

A landmark 24,000m2 office building is the first of three structures that will make up Bristol city centre’s Assembly campus FACT FILEArchitect: Allford Hall …

COMMENDATION: One Braham, London

Featuring large amounts of exposed internal steelwork, a prestigious bespoke commercial development forms part of a wider Aldgate masterplan. FACT …

AD 481: Composite beams with deep composite slabs

It has come to SCI’s attention that composite slabs with an overall depth/thickness in the range of 200 mm to 250 mm are becoming increasingly common, …

AD 477: Transverse bending of composite slabs subjected to point loads

In order to retain the accurate formatting of the equations in this technical paper, this article is available as a pdf download only. Click here to download …

AD 461: Anchorage of bars in the troughs of composite slabs

IntroductionTraditional practice in the UK uses continuity over the supports, combined with a small contribution from the decking in the span, to provide …

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 …

New Steel Construction Technical Digest now available online

New Steel Construction’s (NSC) third Technical Digest, which brings together a year’s worth of technical guidance, is now available for download at: …

Temperature profiles through composite slabs at elevated temperatures

Callum Heavens of the SCI discusses different methods for determining temperature profiles through composite slabs at elevated temperatures. Introduction The …

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