The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 47 (1969) > Issues > Issue 9 > Stud Shear-Connectors in Hogging Moment Regions of Composite Beams
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Stud Shear-Connectors in Hogging Moment Regions of Composite Beams

The results of push-out tests on 8 mm (5/16 in) diameter studset in reinforced concrete slabs in tension are presented and discussed. Examination of the applicability of the conclusions to larger studs and to studs in beams is followed by design recommendations for connectors in hogging moment regions of continuous composite beams. Encased beams and haunched beams are not considered. R. Paul Johnson, R.D. Greenwood and K. Van Dalen

Author(s): Johnson, R P;Greenwood, R D;Van Dalen, K

Keywords: shear connectors;composite construction;beams