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Structural Performance Evaluation of Steel Wire-Integrated Deck Plate according to the Construction Load
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 Title & Authors
Structural Performance Evaluation of Steel Wire-Integrated Deck Plate according to the Construction Load
Kang, Min-Joung; Kim, Sang-Seup;
 
 Abstract
Recently, due to the decreased construction period and the convenience of construction work, deck plate system has been widely used in the construction sites. Most of all, owing to its good stiffness and economic consideration, the steel wire-integrated deck plate has become very popular in recent years. This research suggested the new-type shear connector that can perform the roles of vertical bar and shear connector at the same time to obtain safety on construction load of the steel wire-integrated deck plate and improvement on constructability, and used many variables such as the location of lattice end and diameter of the lattice bar to evaluate the structural safety of the steel wire-integrated deck plate in construction step. The experiment results show that the new-type shear connectors sufficiently perform the roles of the vertical bars.
 Keywords
Steel Wire-Integrated Deck Plate;Vertical bar;New-Type Shear Connector;Lattice end;Structural Safety;
 Language
Korean
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