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Building Structural Design - Shear Capacity of Welded Studs

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Building Structural Design - Shear Capacity of Welded Studs

Chapter 2: Structural Steel Beams, Part 2

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          Shear studs are welded to the top flange of a steel beam to connect the beam to a concrete slab, forming a composite section. The composite section is stronger and stiffer than a steel beam of the same size that is not connected to the slab with shear studs. The slabs may be either a solid concrete, concrete placed on permanent steel forms or a composite section consisting of concrete and a composite steel deck.

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