Longitudinal shear in composite deck slabs using corrugated steel sheets

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Hakim S.M. Alkurayshi
Adnan K. Jawad
Alaa M. Dawood
Ahmed Hakim S.


Keywords : corrugated sheets, shear transfer, shear span, slip, deflection
Abstract
Profile deck steel sheets are used in composite deck slabs. These sheets are standard in dimensions and shapes besides they are supplied with embossments and indentations. Such sheets are not available in Iraqi markets nowadays therefore people used another type of sheets which are corrugated without embossments or indentations in very wide range. This study covers the use of such sheets in composite slabs as decks instead of standard profiled steel sheets. The study comprises testing slabs of dimensions 0.9 × 2.5 m reinforced by steel fabric mesh and rested on corrugated sheets. Two types of shear spans are selected shorter and longer to study the longitudinal shear force transmitted due to the applied loads according to the Eurocode 4. The shorter shear spans are 600, 500 and 400 mm while longer one is 800, 750 and 700 mm. The study extended to support the requirements of design equation of the Eurocode by shear bond method also known as m–k method. The evaluated values of m and k are 0.094 and 65 respectively. The result of k which plays a very important role in shear transfer is small compared to what available in literature, therefore it is recommended to make use of shear connectors in such construction or any else method.

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Alkurayshi, H. S., Jawad, A. K., Dawood, A. M., & Hakim S., A. (2021). Longitudinal shear in composite deck slabs using corrugated steel sheets. Scientific Review Engineering and Environmental Studies (SREES), 30(3), 411–423. https://doi.org/10.22630/PNIKS.2021.30.3.35
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