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AS 2327.1-1996 Composite structures - Simply supported beams

Standard Number:  AS 2327.1-1996
Title:  Composite structures - Simply supported beams
Language:  English
Publication Date:  1996/8/30
Execute Date:  1996/11/5
Status:  AvailableW
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
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Number of Pages:116P.;A4  

Description:Sets out minimum requirements for the design, detailing and construction of simply supported composite beams composed of a steel beam interconnected to a concrete slab by shear connectors, including applications in which the slab incorporates profiled st  
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AS 2327.1-1996 COMPOSITE STRUCTURES - SIMPLY SUPPORTED BEAMS
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 GENERAL
1.2.1 Components
1.2.2 Steel beam
1.2.3 Concrete slab
1.2.4 Profiled steel sheeting
1.2.5 Shear connectors
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 General
1.4.2 Administrative definitions
1.4.3 Technical definitions
1.5 EXISTING STRUCTURES
1.6 DESIGN INFORMATION
1.6.1 Design data
1.6.2 Design details
1.7 CONSTRUCTION
1.8 NOTATION
SECTION 2 MATERIALS
2.1 STEEL
2.1.1 Structural steel
2.1.2 Bolts, nuts and washers
2.1.3 Welds and welding
2.1.4 Shear connectors
2.1.5 Profiled steel sheeting
2.2 CONCRETE AND REINFORCEMENT
2.2.1 Concrete
2.2.2 Reinforcement
2.3 MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
SECTION 3 GENERAL DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
3.1 DESIGN
3.1.1 Aim
3.1.2 Requirements
3.1.3 Design of composite beam components
3.1.4 Composite beam minimum slab outstand
3.2 LOADS AND OTHER ACTIONS
3.2.1 Loads
3.2.2 Other actions
3.2.3 Design loads
3.3 DESIGN FOR LIMIT STATES
3.3.1 Design for strength
3.3.2 Design for serviceability
3.3.3 Design for durability
3.3.4 Design for fire resistance
3.3.5 Design by prototype testing
SECTION 4 LOADS AND OTHER ACTIONS
4.1 GENERAL
4.1.1 Nominal Loads
4.1.2 Other actions
4.1.3 Reduction of uniformly-distributed live loads
4.1.4 Designloads
4.2 CONSTRUCTION STAGES
4.2.1 General
4.2.2 Prior to development of composite action
4.2.3 After development of composite action
SECTION 5 EFFECTIVE SECTION AND DESIGN ACTION EFFECTS FOR STRENGTH DESIGN
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 EFFECTIVE SECTION OF A COMPOSITE BEAM CROSS-SECTION
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 Effective width of concrete compression flange
5.2.3 Effective portion of steel beam
5.3 CALCULATION OF DESIGN ACTION EFFECTS DUE TO DESIGN LOADS
5.3.1 General
5.3.2 Definitions
5.3.3 Effective span
5.3.4 Calculation procedure
5.3.5 Tributary area
SECTION 6 DESIGN FOR STRENGTH
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 DESIGN
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Limit state requirements
6.2.3 Design procedure
6.3 POTENTIALLY CRITICAL CROSS-SECTIONS
6.4 CALCULATION OF DESIGN VERTICAL SHEAR CAPACITY AND DESIGN MOMENT CAPACITY AS A FUNCTI...
6.4.1 Design vertical shear capacity
6.4.2 Design moment capacity
6.5 CALCULATION OF MINIMUM DEGREE OF SHEAR CONNECTION AT POTENTIALLY CRITICAL CROSS-SECTI...
6.5.1 General
6.5.2 Cross-sections where ...
6.5.3 Cross-sections where ...
6.6 DISTRIBUTION OF SHEAR CONNECTORS BETWEEN POTENTIALLY CRITICAL CROSS-SECTIONS AND BEAM...
6.6.1 General
6.6.2 Distribution of shear connectors
6.6.3 Calculation of number of shear connectors
SECTION 7 DESIGN FOR SERVICEABILITY
7.1 GENERAL
7.2 DEFLECTION CONTROL
7.2.1 Definitions
7.2.2 Deflection control
7.2.3 Refined method
7.2.4 Simplified method
7.3 CRACK CONTROL
7.3.1 Slab continuity transverse to span
7.3.2 Slab continuity in the direction of the span
7.4 VIBRATION CONTROL
SECTION 8 DESIGN OF SHEAR CONNECTORS
8.1 GENERAL
8.2 SHEAR CONNECTORS
8.2.1 Types
8.2.2 Geometry
8.3 SHEAR CAPACITY OF SHEAR CONNECTORS
8.3.1 General
8.3.2 Nominal shear capacity in solid slabs
8.3.3 Nominal shear capacity in composite slabs
8.3.4 Design shear capacity
8.4 DETAILING OF SHEAR CONNECTORS
8.4.1 Longitudinal detailing
8.4.2 Transverse detailing
8.4.3 Attachment details
8.4.4 Minimum concrete cover for durability
SECTION 9 TRANSFER OF LONGITUDINAL SHEAR IN CONCRETE
9.1 GENERAL
9.2 DEFINITIONS
9.3 DESIGN
9.3.1 Limit state requirement
9.3.2 Design procedure
9.4 LONGITUDINAL SHEAR SURFACES
9.4.1 Shear surface types
9.4.2 Shear surface perimeter length
9.5 DESIGN LONGITUDINAL SHEAR FORCE
9.6 NOMINAL LONGITUDINAL SHEAR CAPACITY
9.7 TYPE 1, 2 AND 3 LONGITUDINAL SHEAR REINFORCEMENT
9.7.1 General
9.7.2 Minimum longitudinal shear reinforcement for Type 2 and 3 shear surfaces
9.7.3 Anchorage of longitudinal shear reinforcement
9.8 TYPE 4 LONGITUDINAL SHEAR REINFORCEMENT
9.8.1 Locations
9.8.2 Detailing
SECTION 10 DESIGN FOR FIRE RESISTANCE
10.1 REQUIREMENTS
10.2 DEFINITIONS
10.3 DETERMINATION OF PERIOD OF STRUCTURAL ADEQUACY
10.4 DETERMINATION OF LIMITING TEMPERATURE OF THE STEEL
10.5 DETERMINATION OF TIME AT WHICH LIMITING TEMPERATURE IS ATTAINED FOR PROTECTED MEMBERS
10.5.1 Methods
10.5.2 Temperature based on test series
10.5.3 Temperature based on single test
10.6 DETERMINATION OF TIME AT WHICH LIMITING TEMPERATURE IS ATTAINED FOR UNPROTECTED MEMB...
10.7 DETERMINATION OF PSA FROM A SINGLE TEST
10.8 THREE-SIDED FIRE EXPOSURE CONDITION
10.9 CONNECTIONS AND WEB PENETRATIONS
10.9.1 Connections
10.9.2 Web penetrations
10.10 DETERMINATION OF PERIOD OF STRUCTURAL ADEQUACY BY OTHER CALCULATION METHODS
SECTION 11 CONSTRUCTION
11.1 GENERAL
11.2 CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE AND LOADS
11.3 STEELWORK
11.3.1 Fabrication and erection
11.3.2 Site fixing of shear connectors
11.4 FORMWORK AND FALSEWORK
11.4. 1 General
11.4.2 Solid slabs
11.4.3 Composite slabs
11.5 REINFORCEMENT
11.6 CONCRETE
11.6.1 Materials, manufacture and delivery
11.6.2 Concrete after delivery
11.7 FIRE PROTECTION MATERIAL
SECTION 12 LOAD TESTING
12.1 GENERAL
12.1.1 Purpose of testing
12.1.2 Test set-up
12.1.3 Test load
12.1.4 Test deflections
12.2 PROOF TESTING
12.2.1 Test procedures
12.2.2 Criteria for acceptance
12.2.3 Damage incurred during test
12.3 PROTOTYPE TESTING
12.3.1 Construction of prototypes
12.3.2 Number of prototypes
12.3.4 Test loads
12.3.5 Test procedure
12.3.6 Criteria for acceptance
12.3.7 Acceptance of manufactured beams
12.4 TEST REPORTS
APPENDIX A - LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX B - CALCULATION OF DEFLECTIONS BY SIMPLIFIED METHOD
B1 DESIGN PROCEDURE
B2 DEFLECTION COMPONENTS AND CORRESPONDING DESIGN LOADS
B3 ELASTIC SECTION PROPERTIES OF COMPOSITE BEAM CROSS- SECTIONS ASSUMING FULL INTERACTION
B3.1 General
B3.2 Elastic neutral axis in concrete slab
B3.3 Elastic neutral axis in steel beam
B3.4 Effective second moments of area of composite beam
B4 MAXIMUM STRESS IN STEEL BEAM
APPENDIX C - SUGGESTED LIMITS FOR CALCULATED DEFLECTIONS
C1 BEAMS
C2 PROFILED STEEL SHEETING
APPENDIX D - CALCULATION OF DESIGN MOMENT CAPACITY AS A FUNCTION OF DEGREE OF SHEAR CONNE...
D1 GENERAL
D2 CROSS-SECTIONS WHERE.....
D2.1 General
D2.2 Calculation of .....
D2.3 Nominal moment capacities.....
D3 CROSS-SECTIONS WHERE....
D3.1 General
D3.2 Relationship with..
D3.3 Calculation of..
D3.4 Nominal moment capacities ...
APPENDIX E - FLOW CHARTS
E1 OVERALL DESIGN
E2 CALCULATION OF EFFECTIVE CROSS-SECTION
E3 GENERAL PROCEDURE FOR STRENGTH DESIGN
E4 PROCEDURE FOR DESIGN OF LONGITUDINAL SHEAR REINFORCEMENT FOR TYPE1, 2 AND 3 SHEAR SURF...
APPENDIX F - CONSTRUCTION STAGES AND MINIMUM CONSTRUCTION LOADS
F1 CONSTRUCTION STAGES
F2 MINIMUM NOMINAL LOADS FOR CONSTRUCTION
F2.1 General
F2.2 Construction Stage 1
F2.3 Construction Stage 2
F2.4 Construction Stage 3
F2.5 Construction Stage 4
F2.6 Construction Stages 5 and 6
APPENDIX G - DESIGN FOR FIRE RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE SLABS
G1 DEFINITIONS
G2 SOLID SLABS
G3 COMPOSITE SLABS
APPENDIX H - INFORMATION FOR DETERMINATION OF ACTION EFFECTS
H1 SUPPORT REACTION POSITIONS
H2 TRIBUTARY AREAS
APPENDIX I - BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
  
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