Two-scale modelling of composite 'steel-reinforced resin' interaction (INTERMOD): Towards reusable and demountable structures & infrastructure

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Abstract

Steel-concrete composite beams are widely used in practice because of the simple construction sequence and the economic cross-section design. The application of welded headed studs in composite beams prevents the non-destructive separation of the composite beam, which leads to a very low scoring in the sustainability assessment in terms of the reuse of structural components. A demountable connection between the steel beam and concrete deck must be made to allow for reusability and adaptability of the structure, which maximizes its functional lifetime and minimizes its
environmental footprint.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2018
EventMeeting Materials Conference 2018 - Leeuwenhorst, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands
Duration: 10 Dec 201811 Dec 2018

Conference

ConferenceMeeting Materials Conference 2018
CountryNetherlands
CityNoordwijkerhout
Period10/12/1811/12/18
OtherWhat began in 1997 as an annual meeting for the Dutch materials science community, existing of a dozen researchers, students and our industrial partners has blossomed into an invigorating event about innovations in materials. This year we again expect over 300 participants, representatives from SME’s to renowned industrial manufacturing companies, and from international universities and research institutes. This year the Program consists of interesting workshops and presentations and of course a lot of opportunities to expand your network

Keywords

  • composite beam
  • reuse
  • circular economy
  • infrastructure
  • structures
  • assembly
  • disassembly
  • steel-reinforced resin
  • homogenization method
  • environment

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