The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 16 (1938) > Issues > Issue 12 > The Effect of Concrete Encasement on the Behaviour of Beam and Stanchion Connections
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The Effect of Concrete Encasement on the Behaviour of Beam and Stanchion Connections

THE experimental and theoretical investigations on bolted and riveted connections carried out in the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Birmingham for the Steel Structures Research Committee are fully described in the Reports of that Committee.(l) The main purpose of the present paper is to describe certain investigations on connections encased in concrete which have been made since these Reports were published. Before doing this, however, it is desirable to review briefly some of the conclusions previously reached. Professor C. Batho

Author(s): Batho, C

Keywords: encased;beams;columns;concrete;connections;effects