The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 42 (1964) > Issues > Issue 4 > Compesite construction in steel and concrete - behaviour of composite beams
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Compesite construction in steel and concrete - behaviour of composite beams

The behaviour of the simple composite section and of shear site sections is discussed in the light of experimental observations. The type of behaviour to be expected in more complicated composite sections is also discussed. J. C. CHAPMAN

Author(s): Chapman, J C

Keywords: composite construction;beams;shear;connections;design;limit state methods;testing