"politehnica" university of timisoara



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"POLITEHNICA" UNIVERSITY OF TIMISOARA

SYLLABUS

for the course:


“COMPOSITE STEEL-CONCRETE STRUCTURES”

(“CONSTRUCŢII COMPUSE OŢEL-BETON”)


FACULTY OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

DOMAIN CIVIL ENGINEERING, ICE
Year of study: IV

Semester: 8

Course coordinator: conf.dr.ing. Adrian CIUTINA

Collaborators:

drd.ing. Gelu DANKU

Number of hours / Examination / Credits

Course

Seminar

Practical works

Project

Examination

Credits

28

-

-

28

E

4

Course status

Fundamental 

In the domain 

Speciality 

Complementary 

Compulsory: Imposed  Optional 

Facultative 


A. Course Objectives

The course objective is to learn the designing of steel-concrete composite structures to static loading. The course is focused in the explanation of the phenomena that make possible the composite action of different materials in a single element. Principal subjects covered by the course are the design of composite elements, formed of steel profiles linked to concrete elements. Are studied only elements often used in usual practice: composite beams, composite columns, composite floors and connections. At the end of the course, the student should be capable of conceiving and design such structures.


B. COURSE TOPICS


The course is divided in following chapters:

Chapter I - Introduction: types of actions, material properties, load disposition, design requirements.

Chapter II - Composite steel-concrete beams: Cross-sectional characteristics, cross-section classification, elastic resistant moment, plastic resistant moment, shear force design.

Chapter III - Composite columns: design methods, simplified design method for the axial loaded columns, simplified design method under bending moment.

Chapter IV – Composite floors: design of floors, loading conditions, deflection control, usual-height floors, slim-floors.

Chapter V - Design of beam-to-column joints: Classification of connections, types of connections, component method for finding the resistance and stiffness.

C. APPLICATION TOPICS (Project)

1 – Conformation of the structure, static calculation

2 – Design of the composite beam

3 – Design of the composite connection and SLS Calculation

4 –Design of composite column

5 –Design of beam-to-column connection

D. EDUCATIONAL METHODS EMPLOYED

  • Course: lecturing, conversation, explication, demonstration

  • Practical works: explication, example, simulation, problematisation


E. Evaluation procedure


Final oral examination, composed of two compulsory theoretical subjects (each of 4 points) and an optional third theoretical subject for 1 point.

Homeworks and in-class evaluations during the term: 50% of the final grade
F. REFERENCES

  1. Oehlers D.J., Bradford M.A., Composite Steel and Concrete Structural Members, ISBN 0 08 041919 Pergamon, 1995 ;

  2. prEN 1994-1-1. EUROCODE 4: Part 1.1 – Design of composite steel and concrete structures Brussels: CEN, European Committee for Standardisation, Final Draft, August / September 2003

  3. David A. Nethercot, Composite Construction, Spon Press, Tazlor and Francis, 2004, ISBN ISBN 0-203-45733-1


G. INTERNATIONAL COMPATIBILITY


- Universite Blaise-Pascal Clermont-Ferrand, France

- Universita degli Studi di Trento, Italy

- INSA Rennes, France

- Universite de Liege, Belgium


Date: 11.04.2011

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT COURSE COORDINATOR

Prof.dr.ing. Dan DUBINĂ Conf.dr.ing. Adrian CIUTINA




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