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Composite design of steel framed buildings (P359)

Steel-concrete composite floor construction makes efficient use of structural materials to achieve an economic solution, making it a preferred form of construction for steel framed buildings. (Published 2011)
SKU: P359
£50.00

Steel-concrete composite floor construction makes efficient use of structural materials to achieve an economic solution, making it a preferred form of construction for steel framed buildings. This design guide provides a comprehensive design methodology for composite slabs on I-section steel beams, for design in accordance with the Eurocodes. The guidance is complemented by a full numerical worked example.

Products specifications
Dimensions A4
Binding Paperback
Publisher SCI
Edition Year 2011
Author W I Simms
ISBN 978-1-85942-202-1
SCI Ref Code P359
Euro Code EC3
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