Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 5: Construction of composite floors

Author: The Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

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1 May 2014

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Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 5: Construction of composite floors

The Structural Engineer
Composite and Steel Construction compendium. Part 5: Construction of composite floors
Date published

1 May 2014

Author

The Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

First published

1 May 2014

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Author

The Steel Construction Institute (SCI)

This final article in the composite part of this construction compendium looks at three aspects of construction; the provision of lateral restraint to the beams, whether the steelwork is propped and how the concrete is levelled.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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