By Qing Quan Liang
"With quite a few functional step by step examples to demonstrate the research and layout of metal and composite individuals and connections, this booklet offers an built-in and entire creation to the research and layout of metal and steel-concrete composite buildings. It describes the basic habit of metal and composite participants and constructions and the newest layout standards and strategies. every one section covers the required basics for its respective fabric, however the integration presents additional useful perception impossible in self reliant textbooks. "-- Read more...
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When the compressive strength of concrete is between 28 and 82 MPa, the strain ε′c can be determined by linear interpolation. 2 in the analysis and design of practical structures. The tensile strength of concrete appears to be much lower than its compressive strength and it may be ignored in some design calculations. However, it needs to be taken into account in the nonlinear inelastic analysis of composite beams and columns in order to capture the true behaviours. Tests such as direct tension tests, cylinder split tests or flexural tests can be conducted to determine the tensile strength of concrete.
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Analysis and Design of Steel and Composite Structures by Qing Quan Liang