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sustained loading on the performance of layered wood-concrete composite beams, Journal of Structural Engineering , Vol. 134, No. 3, 2008, pp. 430–439. Fast R. S. Influence of repeated and

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The primary aim of the paper is to present a simple method for determining the changes in stiffness of a composite beam. The experimental model was made from wood and plaster boards. It was simply supported beam with a length of 4 m. Accelerations were measured at 24 points along the beam. In either case data for intact and damaged models were acquired. The identification of the damage was done using a code developed by the authors. The vertical mode-shapes were analyzed, so changes in the stiffness could be detected.

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. Low-to-high cycle fatigue behavior of wood-concrete composite beams with notched interlayer connections , Pollack Periodica , Vol. 8 , No. 1 , 2013 , pp. 3 – 14 . [5

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In this paper the most relevant and an important aspect of the motorway crossings is presented. The composite bridges are, in comparison with steel bridges and concrete bridges, the most proper solution for motorway crossings because they are efficient, the erection time is shorter and the “in situ” operations can be minimized. The attention is focused on general design criteria of these crossings. Fabrication and erection methods have a big influence on the detailed design of the steel structure. The supporting steel members must be designed so that they do not interfere with the placing of concrete slab.

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. Low-to-high cycle fatigue behavior of wood-concrete composite beams with notched interlayer connections, Pollack Periodica, An International Journal for Engineering and Information Sciences , Vol. 8, No. 1, 2013, pp. 3

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Patricia Duratna, Jan Bujnak, and Abdelhamid Bouchair

Structures 2009 31 1313 1320 Bujnak J. Global analysis of steel-concrete composite beams

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Cells and building structures. Part I.

Cells – point-like, line-like and surface-like bodies – building structures

International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Author: Géza Lámer

straps, – composite section steel pillar welded from sections, – trussed column, – cambered composite beam, – castellated steel beams welded from sections, – planar truss beam or arch, – widened beam from steel sections with pallets, – widened beam from

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Bujnák J., Furtak K. Investigation on cracks creation and propagation in concrete slab of composite beams, Communications-Scientific Letters of University of Žilina, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2011, pp. 9–13. Furtak K

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is limited in reinforced concrete elements and composite beams [ 18 , 19 ]. In general, the behavior of structural elements including RA is similar to structural elements including normal aggregate, but there is a reduction in ultimate strength

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] Balogh J. , Fragiacomo M. , Gutkowski R. , Atadero R. , Ivanyi P. Low-to-high cycle fatigue behavior of wood-concrete composite beams with notched interlayer connections , Pollack Periodica , Vol. 8 , No. 1

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