The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 76 (1998) > Issues > Issue 9 > Push-Off Tests on Shear Studs with Hollow-Cored Floor Slabs
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Push-Off Tests on Shear Studs with Hollow-Cored Floor Slabs

The shear capacity of headed studs in precast concrete hollow-core slab construction has been determined experimentally in 12 full-scale push-off tests. The tests were used to study the effects of the size of the gap between the ends of the precast slabs, and the amount of tie steel placed transversely across the joint, and the strength of concrete infill. Under certain situations the capacity of the stud is reduced compared with that in a solid reinforced concrete slab. Maximum resistances are compared with the predictions of BS 5950 and EC4, and a reduction formula for the precast effect is derived. D. Lam, K.S. Elliott and Professor D.A. Nethercot

Author(s): Lam, D;Elliott, K S;Nethercot, D A

Keywords: testing;shear studs;slabs;floors;hollow core slabs;reinforced concrete;precast concrete;cracking;load tests;comparing;forecasting;bs5950;eurocode4;composite construction;research