The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 74 (1996) > Issues > Issue 14 > Integrated Static and Fatigue Design or Assessment of Stud Shear Connections in Composite Bridges
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Integrated Static and Fatigue Design or Assessment of Stud Shear Connections in Composite Bridges

Several different models are in use for the fatigue resistance of welded stud shear connectors for composite beams, and there is much inconsistency in reported test data. Extensive statistical analyses of these data have identzped the best of the models and values for its parameters; and many of the anomalies are explained. Professor R.P. Johnson and D.J. Oehlers

Author(s): Johnson, R P;Oehlers, D J

Keywords: design;fatigue;appraising;shear;connections;bridges;composite construction;modelling;loads;worked examples;comparing;eurocode3;bs5400