The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 71 (1993) > Issues > Issue 13 > Resistance of Concrete-Filled Steel Tubes to Pushout Forces
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Resistance of Concrete-Filled Steel Tubes to Pushout Forces

Pushout tests have been carried out on 56 concrete-jilled steel hollow section tubes. Square and circular sections were used in this series, and the same concrete mix wus used throughout the experimental programme. All specimens were 450mm-long, and the steel-concrete interface was about 400mm-long. The tested specimens consisted of an equal number of square and circular steel hollow section tubes. H. Shakir-Khalil

Author(s): Shakir-Khalil, H

Keywords: hollow sections;steel;concrete;filled;pushout loads;testing;circular;square;connections;shear;randd;bolts;brackets;nails;strain;thickness;bond