Seismic Resistant Composite Structures
In the beginning of the years 1990’s very little design guidance did exist for the seismic design of composite steel concrete structure. The available test data were rather scarce, like were the numerical analysis.
KeywordsComposite Beam Transverse Reinforcement Shear Connector Coupling Beam Steel Section
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