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|Title:||Development of composite sandwich structures for impact resistance||Authors:||Richard Liew, J.Y.
|Issue Date:||2007||Citation:||Richard Liew, J.Y.,Koh, C.G.,Sohel, K.M.A. (2007). Development of composite sandwich structures for impact resistance. Proceedings of 8th Pacific Structural Steel Conference - Steel Structures in Natural Hazards, PSSC 2007 1 : 405-410. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||The paper presents a new concept for designing using sandwich plates made of steel skins with light-weight concrete core for deck-like structures and other types of marine and offshore structures where accidental impact resistance is one of the main design criteria. A series of experiments has been carried out to evaluate the performance of the proposed steel-concrete-steel (i.e. SCS) composite sandwich structures under projectile impact load. The SCS Sandwich structures comprising steel faceplates acting compositely using innovative J-J shear connector with a compact fibre reinforced concrete core can replace stiffened steel plate, precast and reinforced concrete in deck-like structures. Its stiffness and strength are tailored to meet particular dynamic requirements. Local plate buckling is precluded. The SCS with J-J shear connector is simpler, performs better and is cost competitive.||Source Title:||Proceedings of 8th Pacific Structural Steel Conference - Steel Structures in Natural Hazards, PSSC 2007||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/74134||ISBN:||0908694547|
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